Simbiosys - Ultimate Cyber Attack

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Dr. Jim Andrews loses everything he thought was worthwhile, only to come face-to-face with the consequences of his life choices and the terrorizing realities of the digital age.

You will be shocked to learn how the modern world comes under cyber attack, and will root for Dr. Andrews to make the right life-or-death decisions to save the world from this previously unknown enemy.

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About E. Gordon Hoofnagle

E. Gordon Hoofnagle is a contemporary fiction-writer with a passion for capturing the interplay of technology on the human experience and its impact on relationships.

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Ron Hoofnagle reviewed on Feb. 11, 2010

This was a fun read with many unexpected twists. Seamlessly mixes the high tech we take for granted with some that we only suspect exists and keeps you guessing at who the bad guys are throughout. We should all get to enjoy having a dog like Lily! Can't wait for the second installment to follow Dr. Andrews' adventures.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
ashu chadha reviewed on Feb. 10, 2010

It was pleasure reading your book. It felt like hearing a very contemporary story with a style of victorian writer as the elaboration and explanation part of each chapter is extensive and draws a scenic sensation in front of the eyes while reading. I also liked the characterisation of each of the persons in the story. Starting from names to their attire, education details, occupation, work, background, and personal habits;it seems they are fetched from the day to day world.I really liked the character of Jim Andrews. I liked self confidence of Maggie and the way she carries herself but i did not like her last move in the story. I liked Lily too as she is like a living commodity moving from one place to another. Overall the impact of fiction is good and it takes unique turns from time to time. Setting up in simple household,moving to luxurious office and labs to beautiful ocean, symbolises the writer's bandwidth of understanding the human nature and symbolising the ups and downs of life. The scintific details embedded in the story are enormous, deep and good. The story line is graphical as it starts from basic but arouses the curiosity level a lot as the chapters are moving. I am personally very impressed and happily spent my weekend reading this. It is a memorable experience reading this book.
Congratulations and I really look forward to the next addition of the series.I will like to know more about Jim and Maggie's and other associates next moves and story. The end part is appropriate as it will keep readers like me thinking 'what next?'
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Varsha Sharma reviewed on Feb. 10, 2010
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Very interesting book and look forward to the next one. Once you start reading, it becomes difficult to leave till you reach the end.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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