Daemon

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Verdugo Press, 2006 - Fiction - 444 pages
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Matthew Sobol was a legendary computer game designer--the architect behind half a dozen popular online games. His premature death from brain cancer depressed both gamers and his company's stock price. But Sobol's fans weren't the only ones to note his passing. He left behind something that was scanning Internet obituaries, too--something that put in motion a whole series of programs upon his death. Programs that moved money. Programs that recruited people. Programs that killed.

Confronted with a killer from beyond the grave, Detective Peter Sebeck comes face-to-face with the full implications of our increasingly complex and interconnected world--one where the dead can read headlines, steal identities, and carry out far-reaching plans without fear of retribution. Sebeck must find a way to stop Sobol's web of programs--his Daemon--before it achieves its ultimate purpose. And to do so, he must uncover what that purpose is . . .

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Amazing COMPUTER TAKES OVER THE WORLD story - seriously well written !

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Actually its Daniel Saurez and I just realized how the pseudonym works. This is a very good thriller with a lot of excellent technological extrapolation. A few "easter eggs" for tech nerds such as myself. Very well done.

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