Multireal by David Louis Edelman

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Natch has just won his first battle with the Defense and Wellness Council for control of MultiReal technology. But now the Council has unleashed the ruthless cunning of Lieutenant Executive Magan Kai Lee. Lee decides that if Natch's company can't be destroyed from without, it must be destroyed from within.

As black code continues to eat away at Natch's sanity, he faces a mutiny from his own apprentices, a legal onslaught from the government, and the return of enemies old and new. In desperation, the entrepreneur turns to some unlikely allies: a radical politician with an agenda of his own, and a childhood enemy to whom he has done a terrible wrong.

Natch's struggle will take him from the halls of power in Melbourne to the ruined cities of the diss. Hanging in the balance is the fate of MultiReal, a technology that could end the tyranny of the Council forever—or give the Council the ultimate weapon of oppression.

About David Louis Edelman

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David Louis Edelman is the author of the highly acclaimed Infoquake. A Web designer, programmer, and journalist, Mr. Edelman has programmed Web sites for the U.S. Army and the FBI, taught software to the U.S. Congress and the World Bank, written articles for the Washington Post and Baltimore Sun, and directed the marketing departments of biometric and e-commerce companies. He lives with his wife, Victoria, in Washington, DC. Visit David Edelman's Web site at:
Published September 18, 2009 by Pyr. 539 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A sly variation on the traditional cyberpunk novel, Edelman's sequel to 2006's Infoquake views a stunning new technology through the eyes of the cutthr

May 26 2008 | Read Full Review of Multireal: 2

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Whereas in the first novel, we might have felt that Natch was being unduly persecuted, MultiReal strips that sympathy away by showing us how Natch lives in a bed of his own making.

Jun 28 2008 | Read Full Review of Multireal: 2

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