Thursday, October 7, 2010

Brainjack by Brian Falkner

Title: Brainjack


Author: Brian Falkner


Published: Walker Books, 2009


Pages: 438


Summary: 
It would take a very special person to crack the computer systems of the White House. An expert. A genius. A devil. All of the above, some would say. Someone like Sam Wilson, brilliant teenage computer hacker. But Sam's obsession is about to lead him into a dangerous world. A world of espionage and intrigue; of cybercrime and imminent war. A world where logging on to your computer could mean the difference between life and death.


Review: Being a HUGE computer geek Brainjack was totally up my alley.  It's definitely one of those books you'd read if you love science fiction, especially science fiction relating to computers.
Sam was a bit of a sweetie I thought, he was a little confused but that made it cute.  My only sadness in this book was that I didn't get to know Sam a little more than what we were told.
I enjoyed Brainjack, it was something different, and as a bonus it's by a New Zealand author.  So if you haven't read Brainjack go take a look for it!

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