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In his phenomenal debut, Daemon, Daniel Suarez introduced a terrifying vision of an unstoppable computer program unleashed on our world by a hi-tech wunderkind. But now, our world is Daemon's world—unless someone stops the program once and for all...
The Daemon is in absolute control, using an expanded network of shadowy operatives to tear apart civilization and built it anew. Even as civil war breaks out in thr American Midwest in a wave of nightmarish violence, former detective Pete Sebeck—the Daemon's most powerful, though reluctant, operative—must lead a small band of enlightened humans in a movement designed to protect the new world order.
But the private armies of global business are preparing to crush the Daemon once and for all. In a world of shattered loyalties, collapsing societies, and seemingly endless betrayal, the only thing left worth fighting for may be nothing less than the freedom of all humankind.
Also look for CHANGE AGENT, coming April 2017 from Daniel Suarez.
From Publishers Weekly
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Second best book I have ever read
This is one of the best books I have ever read and is only topped by "Ender's Game" by Orson Scott Card. Great effort was made by the author to be as technically accurate as possible while still keeping the story entertaining. I recommend this book to anyone who takes an interest in contemporary events and the socio-economic climate we live in.
Freedom(TM) is a shockingly intelligent book with a terrifying prescience - Juarez' speculative vision of the near future is in equal parts startlingly plausible and impossibly cool.
If you haven't read Daemon, the first book in the two-book series, do yourself a favor and do so - although Suarez' writing in the first book is occasionally choppy, the manic stride he reaches by the halfway point persists throughout Freedom(TM).
You'll have a hard time putting either book down; this reviewer tore through Freedom(TM) in just over twenty-four hours.
I did not get the ibook version, but i have read it. It is wonderful. You must read the first book daemon if you expect to understand anything in the second. Get them both, you will not regret it.