I actually purchased this book a second time just to put a review on it. At the time of this post, we're fighting for a ranking spot in the sci-fi section, and it's totally worth it to add this review for it.
I read this book shortly after it came out in April 2013. Below is my copy-pasted review from Amazon, which still qualifies:
I love stories. I read books for the story. I play video games for the stories. I read comics for the stories. I read webcomics for a different kind of story that updates more often. Digital Divide is proof that good writers and their stories can cross mediums and still tell excellent stories. There aren't many people who can go from sequential-art-based story writing, where each page has to have a purpose and a flow and move the story or set up a punchline, and write an excellent book with a well-thought-through plot line, lots of fantastic events with foreshadowed links to other events, excellent characters, and a good flow.
If you like cop drama, you'll love Digital Divide. If you like hyperconnectivity science fiction, you'll love Digital Divide. If you love conspiracy mystery, you'll love Digital Divide.
And if you love Digital Divide, you'll also love the webcomic it's based on, A Girl And Her Fed, also by K B Spangler. And vice versa - If you love the comic, pick up the book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)