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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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Unfortunately the plot around this technology was not as compelling because the characters were so limited. The Russian mafia characters were out of a really bad TV episode. The men seemed to lose any sensible thoughts when a woman appeared and the women either used sex as a tool or were dismissed as sick/unstable. For example, Peter spends a huge amount of time/energy trying to get his ideas peer-reviewed and published by a reputable journal when he could have published it on the internet immediately if he truly wanted it available to everyone.
There were some interesting philosophical views presented by Roger, but they seemed extraneous to the main plot. I wish there had been more effort to tie some of the ideas together.
If a bit of religion, music, math, programming, and philosophy - mixed with a bit of mafia and strippers sounds interesting - then by all means, check this book out
This is mixed in with the following embellishments: multiple suicides, sexual tension between widow and dead husband's brother, sexed-up mystery woman, Russian mob, a kidnapping,, decrypting a file based on vague hint, marriage breakup, home invasion robbery, etc. Oh, and along the way, the theory of everything transcending string theory is found.
I think the author did a good job of communicating all this. I always knew where I was and could keep the characters straight. I remark on this simply because many times it is difficult as a reader to follow a story as it is being told.
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A thought provoking read, well written and nicely paced. Two separate stories both starting with mysterious suicides.Read more