Sandy Bean, a "string bean" in high school, is bullied by fellow classmates. Just when he is about to discover something ingenious that could make him millions, his classmates destroy the lab. He tries the experiment at home, but something goes wrong; a fire occurs. His parents die in the fire, and he blames this on his classmates. A reunion is coming up, and he plots revenge.
Learning all kinds of viral marketing, Sandy, or as he later calls himself Conan, becomes "The Social Network Killer", as he has learned how to use social media to target specific people. Using a special software that he created, he is able to scrape specific information and locate certain individuals by what they put on various social networking sites. He also creates a voice-recognition program that, when he speaks a name, gives him all kinds of information on that person.
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I always prefer audio books as I can do other things while listening.
All of the torture scenes are pretty memorable.
Chris, the actor, is a hilariously comical figure.
Revenge of the Nerd.
This is a well written serial killer thriller. It is suspenseful and realistic. It contains graphic sex and torture/murder scenes. The audio performance is very good.
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast. The narration was ok, but the story wasn't for me. It's very gory and has too much "dark" content for my taste. If that's what you are in to, then this is the story for you. Otherwise I wouldn't waste a credit.
I am addicted to books. Nothing makes me happier than crawling inside a good book.
It kept me riveted to the story
When the killer was finally outsmarted.
The life of the characters made them seem real.
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Consistency, better transitions, and less cliches.
Sometimes difficult to follow change in perspective.
Some of the character voices were sappy and annoying.
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