This was a very entertaining listen and the narator Jeff Gurner did a very good job as well, using very good voices for each of the charactars. Unlike it's predecessor book Daemon, many of the technical details are not as believable. But taken as a whole it was good entertainment.
Anyone who knows anything about technology HAS to read this. It's amazing how close to our time the book is technology wise.
I want more of this universe, characters, story. I hadn't been this excited about a book in a long while. I highly recommend to anybody who loves sci-fi and enjoyed the first book. This book particularly kicks it into gear.
The author did it. I finished Daemon with the hanging ending thinking - this story is just getting bigger and bigger. I sure hope he can pull it all together. And he did - it was even better than the first. The reader again did a superb job, and completely brought me into the story.
At times the book risked getting a bit preachy, but kept the bullet train on track, hurtling towards a satisfying conclusion. The most "modern" book I've ever heard - not science fiction, but our modern digital reality.
Brilliant and fully recommended.
Freedom does a great job of wrapping up all of the lose ends from Daemon. By the end of the book you understand the reason for creating the Daemon and what it's overall purpose is. This book also takes the basic technology in the first book and runs with it. Great way to wrap up the story. One of my favorites on Audible.
Daemon was more of a run-of-the-mill technothriller. This sequel really takes the creativity (as well as the stakes) up a notch. Very enjoyable.
If you like Daemon by the same author you will love the conclusion. Well written and narated. I would recommend to friends if they like this type of novel.
exciting. creative. political. techo-thriller that has it all. I read Daemon and immediately started this seamless sequel. The dark net evolves to places we'd not ever have expected.
I loved, loved this book. I had a really hard time putting it down (pausing it) and found myself coming up with excuses to take road trips. Excellent, terrifying, awesome.
This is a great book hands down. In some places, it is hard to tell it is a fiction book…and that’s the problem. I hope this book inspires all to become more active in our democratic society.