Daemon

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Penguin, Jan 8, 2009 - Fiction - 640 pages
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When a designer of computer games dies, he leaves behind a program that unravels the Internet's interconnected world. It corrupts, kills, and runs independent of human control. It's up to Detective Peter Sebeck to wrest the world from the malevolent virtual enemy before its ultimate purpose is realized: to destroy civilization...
 

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User Review  - DanTarlin - LibraryThing

Breathtaking thriller that seems to be about the dangers of our interconnected world and our vulnerability in light of our reliance on networked computers and the internet. But by the end, I think it ... Read full review

One of my recent favorite reads

User Review  - Brent S., Merch Dept. - Borders

I just finished reading the follow-up to this book, and since it's been a year back that I read DAEMON, it's not going to be easy for me to write about why I liked it so much. When I put it down, I ... Read full review

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Contents

Demo
Meme Payload
Countermeasures
The
Succubus
Abyss
Sarcophagus
Speaking with the Dead

Escalation
Herr Oberstleutnant
In the
The Voice
Opening the Gate
Hotel Menon
Honey
Transformation
Sit

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About the author (2009)

Daniel Suarez is an independent systems consultant to Fortune 1000 companies. He has designed and developed enterprise software for the defense, finance, and entertainment industries. An avid gamer and technologist he lives in the Western Hemisphere.

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