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The Alexandria Project: A Tale of Treachery and Technology Paperback – January 30, 2012
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I would highly recommend this book to almost anyone.
There are passages in which the industrial terminology of high-level business is introduced and then there are similar passages which detail the world of computers and the Internet. If you happen to be a technophobe there’s no reason to think this is not for you - because all you have to do is trust the author.
Likewise, when reading of the US Government’s departments and the high-ranking personnel who have access to the ear of the US President, there is no need to worry - trust the author. You are invited into this world of intrigue, trust and distrust, so the best thing to do is take it as it comes, which is pretty rapid at times. The ingredients of this story are wide and far-reaching, but I think the writer’s ability should be applauded.
You will find traitors, heroes, villains, car chases, nuclear missiles, government agencies at loggerheads, and egotistical politicians who are capable of making incomprehensible decisions.
There are personal relationships, international relationships and actually a few laughs, but above all else, there is a feasible plot which makes for an entertaining read.
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I typically read nonfiction books, but this one sounded intriguing so I took a chance and purchased it. I thoroughly enjoyed the humor, characters, plot and the thrilling climax. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Move over Ludlum, Clancy and Balducci, there's a great author here. Apparent knowledge of technology and government operations guarantees enjoyment of this nail biter. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alton L Gwaltney, Jr.
Really liked the characters, fun, interesting plot, and learned a lot of cool things. Plus, great Star Wars reference-good humor. Very enjoyable read!Published 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
I was pleasantly surprised by this story. It was relevant to current events and issues. I enjoyed that fact that Frank saved the day and look forward to reading more books in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Twinkle
The reader reads, but feels cheated at the finish. Big opening, small finish. Conspiracies need to be bigger, better, and believable.Published 2 months ago by John Bowes
Personally, I found it a great read. The technical details were accurate – which is a rarity these days. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Eric Lahti
Thriller is pushing it, but this is an entertaining read if you don't think too much about the details or expect too much edge-of-seat tension. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kae Bender - Editor and Writer
A high-tech thriller packed with accurate details about cyberwar, espionage, and web start-up funding, with interesting characters, scathing satire, and a thought-provoking plot. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tom S
Since this is a second edition, it's much cleaner in terms of mistakes. Some people may think the book is over the top, but broad satire is just that. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Hard2Please