hacktivist - Hacker School Attacked

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We can't predict when there will be no Next Time. "Within 24 hours unseen protections of Hacker School will disappear. Your lives will immediately be at risk. Some of you will die, all of us might die, for supposed crimes against despotism. Your offense? Conspiracy to support human rights." This story about Hacker Jon is part one of the cyberhug.me trilogy. More

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Words: 8,270
Language: English
ISBN: 2940012703279
About Allan R. Wallace

"I just might be wrong. But if you view change as a problem rather than an opportunity you'll always be too late. Visionaries and crackpots are always too soon and pay a price for their insight.
We can accept that."
artisanal author ~ Allan R. Wallace (aka BFuniv)

In my fiction stories the theme is the hero. That theme is usually concerned with individuals breaking free. While some characters may remain persistent, it is the theme that carries through to the finish. The ends of some lovable characters are in as much doubt as your own future.

To open your mind
You must allow doubt
Try meeting advances of covert uncertainty
With less than a hastily fortified redoubt
Enjoy the freedom to explore everything
That waits beyond ideologue canon shout
For pretending to be sure
Traps you within / truth safely without
- Allan R. Wallace

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Review by: Tarah Elizabeth on Oct. 11, 2011 : (no rating)
If you love cyber world, go get this book's prequel and read it. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.Then set your eyes on this one which the prequel does almost nothing for...Still, this seems as if its setting the tone for one of those grand games of cat and mouse.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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