Cashback

Rated 3.00/5 based on 4 reviews
England's world-famous folk hero lives on in the computer age, as brilliant Oxford mathematician Jonathan Hood, for obvious reasons known as Robin, sets out to prove to the world s banking community that its encryption security systems are vulnerable to attack.An intriguing tale of computer warfare waged against corruption has an unexpected twist in the tail. More
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Words: 130,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466088290
About Duncan James

Duncan James was an RAF pilot before eventually reaching the higher levels of the civil service, in a career that included top-level posts at home and abroad with the Defence Ministry, and work with the Metropolitan Police at Scotland Yard. A life-long and compulsive writer, he has produced everything from Government statements, Ministerial briefing papers, press announcements and reference books. As a public affairs consultant and freelance author, he was a prolific writer of magazine articles on a wide variety of subjects.

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Review by: Lillith Dunn on Aug. 18, 2014 :
A good story but the editing is bad. Makes it hard to concentrate on the dialog or the narrative.
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Review by: Clair Roxanna on July 09, 2014 :
The writing of Cashback is wordy and repetitious. I wanted to put it down several times but hoped it would get better. It's a straight line story with little internal conflict to pull the reader in. Editing isn't terrible but the story needs another pass or two to correct blatant errors.
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Review by: Gordon Tatler on Nov. 19, 2012 : (no rating)
Having now read the book I have to say that it was the most brilliant fun read that I have had in years. A most unbelievable plot started slowly, then gathered to a furious pace with plenty of side turnings, and ended with just a nice little sting in the tale. BRILLIANT. Well done. I would recommend it to anyone. And now I'm looking forward to reading the other two books in the trilogy.
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Review by: Gordon Tatler on Nov. 11, 2012 : (no rating)
I was put off even before reading chapter one.

The formatting is absolutely terrible. The chapter index is filled with blank spaces, and there are no page trows between chapters once reading is begun.

NEEDS A FULL OVERHAUL.
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