Bluescreen doc ☆ Kindle Edition

mobi µ ↠ Dan Wells

Mething sounds too good to be true it usually is and Mari and her friends soon find themselves in the middle of a conspiracy that is much bigger than they ever suspectedDan Wells author of the New York Times bestselling Partials Seuence returns with a stunning new vision of the near future a breathless cyber thriller where privacy is the world’s most rare resource and nothing not even the thoughts in our heads is sa An Electronic Advanced Reader Copy was provided by the publisher via Edelweiss for reviewI would have given this a 35 so naturally I rounded it up The technology and the world were pretty amazing Amazing and terrifying because this is a world where I would be scared to live in There is no way I would want to plug in through my skull like in The Matrix Having a chip embedded in my brain so I can have access to the Internet? No thank you And that's not even crossing the line because as you read they start to take over the person's body making them do things they would never do Talk about frightening There were a lot of computer hacker talk but it's written in such a way that anyone would be able to decipher what they were saying But this is the world where Marisa lives in I loved how detailed everything was His writing just flows from chapter to chapter I also love how she's Mexican and how their family dynamics are also in play with the story Some of their dialogue was in Spanish so I had fun Googling some of the words so I can at least learn some of it myselfOne thing that really bothered me was that Marisa was always second guessing herself She had all of these wonderful supportive friends and family who would do anything for her but when it came to herself she kept underestimating But maybe that was where her character arc finally started developing I didn't like any of the love interests and I certainly didn't trust any of them either I thought the romance was unnecessary maybe because I particularly didn't like any of them Loved that he was a person of colour as well YAY FOR DIVERSITY I just thought the focus on saving the world was a stronger priority than falling in love The ending left much to be desired but at least it had a satisfying ending and has the potential for another bookOverall I had a lot of fun reading this one It was fast paced informative and thrilling all at the same time For any person who loves science fiction give this one a tryRATING 45UOTESYou gotta keep your options open There's too many things on the menu to just order the same one every time right? And you never know what your favourite is until you've tried them allI guess I define happiness as having the right opportunitiesAchieving things makes people happyWhy had she worried so much about what she looked like in the real world if they were going to spend all their time in this perfected one?I'm awesome in every version of realityI hate being disconnected like this; it's like someonechopped my brain in halfWe have no security no privacy we have nothing we can rely on I want to rely on something again because I can't do this anyIf you want to add compassion bring compassionYou hack computers I hack people H e likes me because I always show him exactly the kind of young man he wants to seeYou're going to do what you do best what you've always done your entire life you're going to help other people instead of yourself It's who you are I think that makes you the best person I know

kindle Bluescreen

BluescreenLos Angeles in 2050 is a city of open doors as long as you have the right connections That connection is a djinni a smart device implanted right in a person’s head In a world where virtually everyone is online twenty four hours a day this connection is like oxygen and a world like that presents plenty of opportunities for someone who knows how to manipulate itMarisa Carneseca is one of those people She might spend h I received an advance copy of this book for free Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss “It bluescreens you” said Anja shooting Omar from his chaise and sitting down in his spot “An overwhelming sensory rush an unbelievable high and then boom Crash to desktop Your Djinni goes down and takes your brain with it for like ten minutes It’s the best” This is the second time I’ve read this book and I have to say that I understood it a lot better the second timeMarisa was a strong character and she was smart too She also did well to carry on fighting when she was without her prosthetic arm and without members of her team The storyline in this was uite complex and I totally got why I got confused the first time I read this Basically there was a new ‘drug’ available through drug dealers which was a program called ‘bluescreen’ which gave users a ‘high’ and then crashed their systems using on board computers called djinni What people didn’t know was that view spoiler bluescreen left a program on djinni which allowed someone to take control of them remotely and use them as a puppet This meant that anyone who had ever taken the drug was open to this form of abuse causing an almost zombie like problem when everyone was activated at the same time hide spoiler

Dan Wells ↠ Bluescreen book

Bluescreen doc ☆ Kindle Edition ☆ Los Angeles in 2050 is a city of open doors as long as you have the right connections That connection is a djinni—a smart device implanted right in a person’s head In a world where virtually everyone is online twenty four hours a day this connection is like oxygen—and a world like that presents plenty of Er days in Mirador the small vibrant LA neighborhood where her family owns a restaurant but she lives on the net going to school playing games hanging out or doing things of uestionable legality with her friends Sahara and Anja And it’s Anja who first gets her hands on Bluescreen a virtual drug that plugs right into a person’s djinni and delivers a massive non chemical completely safe high But in this city when so Set in a very futuristic Los Angeles that is all too realistic and believable this novel is nonstop cyber action that will leave you breathless and in need of In a world run by robots and the cyber world filled with holograms advanced AI intelligence and digital chips and enhancers this newest series from author Dan Wells is sure to please gamers and lovers of fantasy alike With a world that is than likely to be in our not too distant future this series was fast paced action driven and so much fun to readARC copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review