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"My name is Nyah and I'm a hacker. I know things most people would never believe. Things that shouldn't exist, but do."

17-year-old Nyah Parks is a genius hacker whose world is unraveling. Deeply scarred from a horrific accident that killed her father and brother and left her mother with irreparable brain damage, Nyah is barely holding the last shreds of her life together.

Now, her mother's health is deteriorating quickly and Nyah faces the grim prospect of losing her, too. One last-ditch hope exists - an experimental brain surgery that could buy her mother more time. But Nyah must scrape together enough money to pay for it before it's too late.

Desperate and with no other choice, Nyah turns her programming skills to cracking the firewalls of the world's largest corporations. She exposes their weaknesses, and then offers her services to secure their systems from hackers.

But when the most dangerous job of her life backfires and forces her to go on the run, she encounters an impossible reality that shouldn't exist, but does.

A hack unlike any other. A hack that will take her beyond the firewall of the human brain itself. A hack, which may be the only way to save her mother now.

What if there was a way to tap into the unseen reality that surrounds us all? Would you hack in? How far would you go to find the answers to your deepest questions? The answer lies deep beyond the firewall.

Tap in, strap in, and experience the mind-twisting ride with Nyah. What you find waiting on the other side of the firewall might forever change the way you see yourself and the world you live in.

©2014 Ted Dekker (P)2017 Ted Dekker

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hacker

veey entertaining great story. I love ted's books and the narrator was excelent . thanks!

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excellent

Very good book Will read more.Well read and written. Enjoyed completely highly recommended Continue the good work

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nice story

nice story but not as good as blessed . Blessed Child was way better. it was enjoyable up to seeming to imply that all go to heaven upon death when is not true

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very engaging as always

I love Ted Dekker novels, as a novelist he never failed to enthrall my senses and he always left me feeling content with the story, ever since Heaven Weaps I have been a fan. The narrator was perfect for this novel. She embodied the story well with great voice inflections that let me easily distinguish the different characters.

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A wonderful trilogy, this book touched and warmed my life. I loved all three books

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Very well written and read

I have been conintually surprised by the amazing symbolism that is found in Ted Dekker's books. I am a poet who has been in the phase of wanting to write a novel similar to his, and Everytime I read one of his books I find myself asking "why didn't I think of that?"
This book has been no different and touched on a topic I really do enjoy.
The narrator did a great job attempting to bring the emotion across that the characters were feeling at each moment. So much so that I found myself on several occasions thinking that she must have some kind of acting experience. Well done.
Overall, a good book written and read by great artists, if you will. Have fun reading (or listening)

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good not great

I've also read blessed child and Adam, both titles far better than this one but this one is good.

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Completely disappointing!!!!

Dekker is supposed to be a Christian author. This book and the previous in no way reflected Christ. In fact the previous book in this series was so dark we had to quit listening. Not sure if we will ever buy another Dekker book.

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Absolutely a Great Read!

Another great read! Can’t wait to share this book! Gives you things to think about… ( is death really bad?) no, I don’t think so. 💕

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  • 05-01-19

Narrator was amazing!

the book was good, story was good. What really struck me though is the narrator. She did a brilliant job, and has a voice that fits so well with the main character. as someone who has ended up returning several books because I couldn't stand the narrator, this narrator stood out, it's a shame she's only narrated one other book.

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  • Adrian
  • 06-01-18

One more awesome book.

I highly recommend this book to all Ted dekker fans. It belongs to a Trilogy Outlaw.

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  • 04-20-17

Great

Great narrator, one of the best I've heard
Exciting plot with twists and holds your attention. Innovative,

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-11-21

Hacker opened up my mind

I wasn’t sure about this story but after the first chapter I couldn’t wait to see what happened to all the characters .The idea of hacking your mind was thought provoking more important was how the ending wasn’t anything like I’d imagined.
I loved Austin’s final experience in the tank and how deeply it changed him.
Nyah’s journey was exciting and full of emotions that Resonated with me right to the last line. Thanks Ted for another absorbing story.