How do you write a truly gripping thriller about people staring into computer screens? Many have tried, none have succeeded—until now. Leave it to Deaver, the. The Blue Nowhere by Jeffery Deaver – Jeffery Deaver, New York Times bestselling author of The Skin Collector and The Bone Collector featuring popular. The Blue Nowhere is a cyber thriller set in the time of the Internet bubble of the s. Jeffery Deaver is an accomplished novelist who knows.
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Who could go wrong? But those would be women weaker than she. A hacker, Wyatt Gilette, is exempted from prison to assist the police in tracking down another hacker. But, be that as it may, it was a blhe “page turner” of an audio book. I enjoyed it from start to finish. As good as the book was, it felt kind of outdated, where it was written in the very early ‘s, with the use of floppy discs, and early cell phone’s, and hacking into other people’s computers, but other than that I loved the characters and the plot.
E si sopravvive alla grande, anche senza Lincolmn Ryme. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Kirkus Reviews Just when you thought it was safe to check your e-mail, psychokiller specialist Deaver shows just how malignant the human ghost in your machine can be. Leave it to Deaver, the most clever plotter bluw the planet, to do it—by simply applying the same rules of suspense to onscreen action as to offscreen.
It keeps me on edge and interested all through the novel.
His real triumph is to make the hacker world come alive in all its midnight, reality-cracking intensity. The writing is straight forward, not complex, and should be acceptable to a wide audience. By now, most of the terms aren’t used anymore. It is a good candidate for the cyber security canon, and I highly recommend it.
They release a fellow hacker from federal prison to help them catch this guy before the next victim falls. Two expert hackers are at each other’s throats, literally, as one, Wyatt Gillette, assists the cops in identifying and tracking the other, a wizard known as Phate.
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A story of the nowhege, the eaters of men and souls. The police know that the only way catch Phate is to play him at his own game.
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If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? My current employer, Palo Alto Networks, liked the idea so much that they decided to sponsor it. No – it’s this one! However still this book is good for people who are interested in computer, hacking, and the internet because in my opinion, someone who is not much knowledgeable in the area might find a hard time following the story and picturing what are the characters especially Gilette are I’m labeling this under spoiler just in case.
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Detective Frank Bishop takes over the investigation though he doesn’t have a vast knowledge of computers, he keeps Wyatt on the case despite fierce opposition. Secretive by necessity, nobody really knows what and who the McAllisters really are.
It seems to have been very thoroughly researched and believably written. Die Figuren sind in meinen Augen jefery und realistisch beschrieben. The story is set in the late 90s in and around the Silicon Valley, and Deaver does a good job setting just the right tone for the hacker and computer industry culture during that Internet bubble period — I mean, in real life I have no sympathy not “little sympathy” but no sympathy for people who think the rest of us exist to give them playthings and will gleefully have fun, fun, fun, digging through our lives and even ruining our lives He sees the world as a global computer game searching for difficult targets to kill.
Deaver gets the technical details right describing real-world and fictional tools that each hacker uses to best the other. Never feel too embarrassed or proud to ask for help. And Triple X would have been prepared.
Jeffrey Deavers portrays these souls as addicts in the same vein as alcoholics. His real triumph, though, is to make the hacker world come alive in all its midnight, reality-cracking intensity. They seemed more like supporting characters to me.
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He wore white jeans and a rumpled blue work shirt. The climax becomes a battle of skills between the killer, Phate, and the hacker from jail, Gillette.
His code name is Phate — a sadistic computer hacker who infiltrates people’s computers, invades their lives, and with chilling precision lures them to their deaths. I put this square on the shelf with other novels about hackers that do not exaggerate the craft. So, a hefty 4 star rating is what it’s worth. I will now seek out more of this books.
Nor was it across the street in jeffery Apple Computer lot or the one next to it, belonging to Sun Microsystems. Since I bought 2 boxes of books unseen, I am always pleased when one is from a known author. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page jefffery of 1.
The basic plot of The Blue Nowhere is a computerised version of the Eddie Murphy film 48 Hours; a hacker is let out of prison to help the LAPD Computer Crimes Unit track down another hacker, who has the screen name Phate, who has turned onwhere killer. Apr 14, Ron rated it really liked it.