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Freedom: A Novel

4 Ratings: 4.0
A book by Daniel Suarez

Starred Review. Bestseller Suarez's sequel toDaemon(2009), in which the late, mad-genius game designer Matthew Sobol launched a cyber war on humanity, surpasses its smart, exciting predecessor. This concluding volume crackles with electrifying action … see full wiki

Author: Daniel Suarez
Genre: Science Fiction
Publisher: Dutton Adult
4 reviews about Freedom: A Novel
review by . June 29, 2010
One night, sixty-one hedge fund managers and financial executives are killed in simultaneous attacks. Most of the dead were very well protected, living in homes that are virtual fortresses and employing well trained and armed security forces, but those measures are overmatched by the attackers. A secret meeting of the FBI, CIA, NSA, and other government departments is convened. These attacks are the latest to be attributed to the Daemon, a software program that made the jump from the on-line gaming …
Quick Tip by . July 02, 2010
I loved this book almost as much as the first part "Daemon" and it was a shame it had to end. Highly recommend reading both back to back.
review by . June 05, 2010
STOP!      If you have not read Daemon please stop reading this review and and start reading reviews for Daemon. Without reading Daemon "Freedom" will be impossible to understand. Simply put, this is not a sequel that you can jump into without reading the preceding book. You have been warned.      Now on to the merits of "Freedom" - first off "Daemon" and "Freedom" are essentially one novel split in half. Combined they …
review by . March 20, 2010
I read Daniel Suarez's book Daemon about a year ago when it first came out without much fanfare. I wasn't expecting much, but it was a great cyberthriller that I struggled to put down (and I was supposed to be at a conference!). The follow-up to Daemon is Freedom (TM), which picks up where Daemon leaves off. I didn't like it quite as much as Daemon, but it was still a very good read. My main recommendation is to try and read them back-to-back, as most of the backstory on the characters is covered …
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