Daemon (2009), in which the late, mad-genius game designer Matthew Sobol launched a cyber war on humanity, surpasses its smart"/>
 

Freedom™

Daniel Suarez, Author
Daniel Suarez, Author . Dutton $26.95 (406p) ISBN 978-0-525-95157-5
Reviewed on: 11/23/2009
Release date: 01/01/2010
Paperback - 368 pages - 978-1-84916-176-3
Downloadable Audio - 978-1-101-07969-0
Pre-Recorded Audio Player - 978-1-61587-110-0
Mass Market Paperbound - 486 pages - 978-0-451-23189-5
Paperback - 566 pages - 978-0-85738-122-4
Paperback - 437 pages - 978-84-89367-98-2
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Bestseller Suarez's sequel to Daemon (2009), in which the late, mad-genius game designer Matthew Sobol launched a cyber war on humanity, surpasses its smart, exciting predecessor. This concluding volume crackles with electrifying action scenes and bristles with intriguing ideas about a frightening, near-future world. Sobol's “bots” continue to roam the Internet, inciting mayhem and siphoning money from worldwide, interconnected megacorporations out to seize control of national governments and enslave the populace. FBI special agent Roy Merritt is dead, but still manages to make a dramatic comeback, while detective Pete Sebeck, thought to be executed in Daemon , rises from the supposed grave to lead the fight against the corporations. What the trademark letters affixed to the title signify is anyone's guess. Those who haven't read Daemon should read it first. The two books combined form the cyberthriller against which all others will be measured. (Jan.)

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