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Tracker Hacker (Codename: Winger Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I was easily involved in the story, but there were moments in the middle of the book where I lost interest. I was back on track at the end with some very interesting events and overall I liked it very much. The plot was great. I was worried all the time about how things might work with Eddie and whether Theo might tell him what was going on or deal with the consequences. I think the biggest issues I had with the book were the tech stuff. I struggle a lot trying to understand what everything they were saying meant, and fail horrendously. That was the reason why I lost interest at times, when I didn’t understand because, even though it was part of the story, I think there were too much details about tech. The mystery part of the book was nice, it had some ups and downs but near the end everything was very exciting.
I also had some issues trying to remember everyone’s name and code name, it became frustrating at times and I had to stop and think who they were talking about, while I keep reading it got better but it wasn’t that easy. I had an especial soft point for the villains, I felt very intrigued by them and I would love to know more about them.
Another thing I liked was the family. When mom was being just mom and not the agent, and the interactions between every member of the family were very caring and sweet. Overall this was a great book. I had some problems with it but I guess it had more to do with my lack of knowledge about technology than the story itself.
I received an ARC in exchange of an honest review.
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I loved this book and it reminded me of a few movies where a teenager is a spy. This one is different because the teenager works in the computer Department, behind the scenes. This was a wonderful original plot. It had just the right amount of action and suspense and it showed his life at school and at home. He has a boyfriend that he needs to hide everything from and I kept wishing that he would just tell him already.
For being a teenager, Theo, acts more like an adult. He has the wisdom and knowledge and a great sense of responsibility and priorities. I kind of wished he would have acted a little more like a normal teenager doing teenage stuff.
My only criticism of the book is it was very technical when it spoke about what he was doing with programs and computers. The computer speak was a bit lengthy as well. It felt like this book was written for people who are computer programmers or know the inside of a computer. The storyline was so good, though, that I just kept reading the book.
I do highly recommend this book for those who love young adult stories with an established gay relationship and who know a bit about computers as well.
I received this book in exchange for my honest review.
Triggers: Government agencies, mind control
I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.
This is a great YA story that really delivers on the mystery/thriller aspect. You have Winger (I love the hockey theme in this too) who is a young high school student with an aptitude for computers and code. I loved his character. Despite the tough life that already follow high school kids around, he takes on much more and wants to be part of the larger, better, bigger picture.
I really enjoyed the dynamic between all of the agency characters and felt that this aspect of the story was the most successful one. They all were developed well and I thought that they interacted in a very good way. These characters made the story.
What I felt lacked the most was the romance/relationship aspect of this story. I didn't really understand why Winger was with his boyfriend who seemed clingy and whiny at times. I think this would have been much more successful as just a mystery/thriller without the romantic aspect, but I really liked the story and can't wait to see what Winger does next!