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Randy Christiansen is a brilliant hacker turned cop. Join Randy as he faces off against another brilliant hacker that can kill through a video stream. Will Randy crack the case, or will he be her next victim?

©2014 Tim Morgan (P)2015 Tim Morgan

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  • Eric
  • Madison, WI, United States
  • 03-08-16

Server logs...

This story was a valiant attempt, but failed to fulfill promises. The cyber part of the story was more like a tech school networking class and the detective aspect was well, like reading server logs. The author is obviously very knowledgable about computers, network security, et al, but lacks some basic story-crafting techniques.

Overall, I was disappointed.

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  • kanundra
  • 07-04-16

Interesting short piece

I got chance to listen to this today with a couple of other shorter pieces :) I found the story very interesting, the author really knows his tech and stuff, so I liked the depth to it. I did wonder more about Randy as a character, and I do think it could have been much deeper. But it was an easy story to follow.

The narrator wasn't too bad, but there were some production issues. One specific repeated sentence which really should have been caught by a good proofer. I do look forward to more from the author and it's worth a listen, it had me wondering indeed if Randy would be caught be 'sexylady' haha

Thanks for sharing.