Blurb: "My name is Nyah and I'm a hacker. I know things most people would never believe. Things that shouldn't exist, but do."
Seventeen-year-old Nyah Parks is a genius hacker who makes a living by cracking the firewalls of the world's largest corporations. But when the biggest job of her life goes wrong, she's plunged into a desperate situation with only one way out: one last hack that will either save her or kill her. So begins Hacker, a modern-day parable that examines the staggering world around us, the seen and the unseen, and reminds us that there's far more to who we are than meets the eye.
Review: Hacker is the latest installment in Ted Dekker's Outlaw chronicles and it delivers a thrill ride.
It has as many twists and alleyways as Eyes Wide Open did (and probably Water Walker as well, but I have not read that installment as yet).
The story, naturally, revolves around hacking. While computer hacking does involve itself in the storyline, I also like Mr. Dekker's twist on it - a clue to be found on the wonderful cover.
Great addition to the Outlaw chronicles and a thrilling, fast-paced read.
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