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The book must be read after Suarez' first book - Daemon, as it is really the second half of that story.
The story is science fiction only because we have not seen the technology yet, but most of it is very plausible.
The characters are interesting and well developed ,and the story is fast paced, fun, and full of action.
This is the sequel to Suarez' book "Daemon." While the first book began with very plausible science "faction" (to borrow from T. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Michael Glaviano
As the sequel to the novel Daemon, this is a must read for anyone who liked the first installment. The story is taken even further into the future of a computer controlled society. Read morePublished 9 days ago by R.P.
Freedom™ takes a fun but lacking sci-fi book (the first one) and turns that setting into a though-provoking dystopian novel. It is a sequel though. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Nicholas Webster
I started reading this the same day I finished Daemon. it did not disappoint!!! Once again, the plot kept me guessing. I charged through this book, too. Read morePublished 22 days ago by nanabeth
book was good moved along well a little predictable towards the endPublished 1 month ago by Andrew Nolan
Daniel Suarez has been called the modern-day equivalent to Michael Crichton, and the more I read of Suarez’s material, not only do I agree, but feel that he might be better than... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Glen Robinson
Better than the first one and I really liked the first one. Loved how it ended. Very cool story. Will definitely read more works by Suarez. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eeman Haq