I'm a late 30's Texas Oil and Gas guy living in Turkey with more than a little nerd hiding on the inside.
Not only did I like it more than the first book in the series it gave me a higher appreciation for it as well.
It will be a while before I listen to it again (if I ever do) but I have to say I enjoyed it.
I like to save my 5 stars for the really epic books that move me...The Help, Memoirs of a Geisha, etc. but I felt like I was doing it an injustice I surprisingly really liked this book, couldn't stop listening and felt I was getting a bit of an education in technology. It's sci-fi I think , not my usual choice but I took a chance because of its high rating. It didn't disappoint. I am only sorry there is not another book in the series.
Great characters and great narration!! Love the futuristic technological twist. The author has a solid handle on computers, which made for a thoroughly believable story.
2nd book in Daniel Suarez' story. It was somewhat too sci-fi for me. Nevertheless, fun to read to its conclusion.
Well written and amazingly narrated.
I finished this book in record time and can't wait to listen again. Let alone book 3. never got boring and new characters were introduced very well. It had me cheering and crying at points. you really want the old regime to lose it gets you so pumped up. Bravo Daniel Suarez!
I went from reading a techno thriller to a anti democracy and anti capitalist book. This second book just lost me. It's not for me and I lost interest. I finished it but felt it was very predictable once I realized its agenda.
A fantastic sequel to the Daemon book. The continuation of the story of Sobol's daemon and the new order being ushered in through those who have chosen to join it.