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Igloo and Angie are the co-founders of a new social network, Tapestry, based on the principles of privacy and data ownership. Two years later, with Tapestry poised to become the world’s largest social network, their rapid growth puts them under government scrutiny.   

Tapestry’s privacy and security is so effective that it impedes the government’s ability to monitor routine communications. Fearing Tapestry will spread to encompass the whole of the Internet, threatening America’s surveillance abilities around the globe, the government swoops in to stop Angie and company - by any means possible.  

Under the constant threat of exposure - of Angie’s criminal past, of Igloo’s secret life in the underground kink scene, and of their actions to subvert a FISA court order - they must hatch a plan to ensure the success of Tapestry no matter what pressures the government brings to bear.  

Not knowing whom to trust, or if they can even trust each other, Igloo and Angie must risk everything in the ultimate battle for control of the Internet.

©2018 William Hertling (P)2018 William Hertling

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Not a great follow up to Kill Process.

Kill process was interesting because the author really demonstrated how a skilled hacker could manipulate systems and people to achieve anything. Kill switch lost me with all the BDSM. The idea introverts are out performing sex acts in public is odd pointless to the story. Also I wasn’t using headphones so I got some odd looks when in passing people overheard bits of the story. I don’t mind a little spice in a story but it felt like it consumed hours of the book. Waiting two years for a sequel to get this was disappointing. Still I believe in this authors ability to create original and engaging stories in the future.

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