Berkley Jam Books, Jan 1, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 280 pages
In the future, computers rule the world. The Net Force was formed to protect us from any and all criminal activity online. But there is a group of teenage whiz kids who sometimes know more about computers than their adult superiors. They are the Net Force Explorers. They go where no one else can go. And they fight crime like no one else in the world...
In High Wire, the only ring Net Force Explorer Andy Moore finds in a virtual circus is a black market ring -- in high-tech weapons software and hardware.
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Review: High Wire (Tom Clancy's Net Force Explorers #14)User Review - Mark Ekis - Goodreads
I loved this book. It was difficult to find out in what order the books take place, but I found out that you can start anywhere and still catch on pretty quickly. Like all Net Force books this book has lots of action and suspense right up until the last few pages. Read full review