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The publisher should have saved the paper for a better read.
I've been a fan of Mark Bowden's since I was asked to investigate how he got parts of his story for Killing Pablo: The Hunt for the World's Greatest Outlaw.
The author also explains just enough of the technical aspects to make the story understandable, and he does an excellent job in his explanations.
Author does a great job walking the reader through the chronology, players, good guy/bad guy dynamic, and sufficient technical detail to keep many audiences interested. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Jason Worley
Writer allows the non-technical and semi-technical to get a long look into the super-technical world. I will now go disconnect my computer for the internet. Wow....great read!Published 29 days ago by Caleb Earl Mays
Mark Bowden wrote my all time favorite military book "Black Hawk Down". I don't believe he has a military background but he perfectly nailed the warrior ethos and the various... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Trainman95630
Clearly breaks down the technical arena, problem, and characters. An absolute must read for anyone in the cyber community or fans of war books, for this truly was a battle between... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Conor J Burke
We all rely on and accept the availability of the Internet. But is it a tucking time bomb? Are there enough "white hats" out there willing to do do what our government and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Karl Edelmann
Ever hear an amazing tagline that pulls you in to a story... you get invested... you want the answer ... and BAM... yeah we dont know.. that is this book.
Such a bummer.
I downloaded the Audible version to keep me entertained on a solo weekend road trip. It did not disappoint. Read morePublished 4 months ago by John Miller
A relatively quick read but surprisingly rich in its ability to provide significant insight into the digital battle known as cyberwarfare. It makes it real, for sure.Published 5 months ago by Rick Echevarria
Data. More data. Whose data. Where does the data go (to). How does the data get there. How can the data be manipulated. Who controls the manipulation. What is the internet. Read morePublished 5 months ago by reader