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Omaha Paperback – August 9, 2007
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The story goes through what a typical geek would dream about, some people get into trouble, and the geeks outsmart the bad guys, win, and get away with it.
There are some rough context switches and a few mistakes with names, but overall the book is quite detailed (with great little definitions injected into the dialog) and moves quickly.
If you liked JPod or Microserfs, then you'll like Omaha.
(Disclaimer, I am a personal friend of the author, but I read his book with as much of a critic eye as he has in my past as a student.)
In the event that their god-like status' were a little more matched by their foes, this book would have been a real page-turner. That said, it's still worth a read. All in all, a good first novel for the author.