Byron Shaw can track and find anyone on Earth. Except the people who tried to kill him.
By 2081, privacy no longer exists. The Lattice enables anyone to re-live any moment of your life. People can experience past and present events - or see into the mind of anyone, living or dead.
Most people love it. Some want to destroy it.
Colonel Byron Shaw has just saved the Lattice from the most dangerous attack in its history. Now he must find those responsible. But there's a question nobody's asking: does the Lattice deserve to be saved?
The answer may cost him his life.
©2013 Erik Hanberg (P)2013 Erik Hanberg
Just 1 rating and no other reviews? Wow, you guys are missing out! I've never heard of this writer before so I rolled the dice and scored. This is a very original, well written "classic" sci/fi novel set in the not to distant future. This book reminded a lot of George Orwell's "1984" involving the Government and privacy rights(or lack there of). The story flowed well and there was plenty of action to keep me from mentally "drifting" and getting bored with the book. Honestly, I don't think I pressed the rewind button one time during this listen and for me, with my screwed up wandering mind that's pretty damn impressive! There are no space battles or wizards in this novel, it's just a real good "old school" science fiction story. If fed-up citizens taking on the Government is your thing than you'll probably like this book. Oh yeah, the narrator(Doug Mackey) did a really good job with the character voicing. Can't wait for book 2!
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