Freedom by Daniel Suarez

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In his phenomenal debut, Daemon, Daniel Suarez introduced a terrifying vision of an unstoppable computer program unleashed on our world bu a hi-tech wunderkind. But now, our world is Daemon's world- unless someone stops the program once and for all...


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DANIEL SUAREZ is the author of the New York Times bestseller Daemon and Freedom™, and an independent systems consultant to Fortune 1000 companies. An avid gamer and technologist, he lives in Los Angeles.
Published December 17, 2009 by Signet. 417 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Consummate insider Jon Ross, for instance, describes the Daemon “as an open source cybernetic organism…that is spreading across the globe.” For the benefit of a still skeptical ex-colleague (and any bemused readers) he adds, “the Daemon is real, and it’s bigger than all of us—because it is all of...

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Lest one imagine that this makes for dry, political reading, however, it must be noted that there’s plenty here for young readers to relate to: new friends, new freedoms, sleepovers, school experiences, the celebration of American holidays, and cute boys all get their fair treatment in this worth...

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Bestseller Suarez's sequel to Daemon (2009), in which the late, mad-genius game designer Matthew Sobol launched a cyber war on humanity, surpasses its smart, exciting predecessor.

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So what would happen if a technological genius should use his last dying act to create a Daemon that would take over the cyberworld and attempt to construct a new world order in the resulting chaos?

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Since Suarez isn’t the world’s deftest writer, this consists of lots of scenes of characters standing around, declaiming large swathes of information at each other.

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Personally, I would have liked to have known more about how the darknet communities came into being, in much the same way as Daemon showed how the people who were originally called to serve the daemon came to their calling.

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Daemon Website ISFDB Bibliography SF Site Review: Daemon 'If you cooperate, I can give you your old life back.

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She shows us with great understanding and sensitivity how difficult it is to learn how to live in a new place, with new people and new ways of life.Reviewed by Marya Jansen-Gruber on October 1, 2002 Flight to Freedomby Ana Veciana-Suarez View all » |

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