Friday, April 18, 2014

The Quantum Breach by Denver Acey

  Quantum Breach is a intriguing story of a highly intelligent man by the name of Tanner Zane . . . a man with a secret criminal past of extensive computer hacking which added a few million dollars to his banking account. Then, one day, his grandparents were victims of the same crime, loosing all their money. It was then that he realized the damage he had done to all those he had hacked.

This knowledge changed his life. He gave all the money he had taken from innocent people and gave it to charities. He joined the Mormon Church, leaving his past behind. However, someone who knew his past needing his expertise in order to fulfill a commitment he had made to a secret source, for his own reasons, found a way to bring Tanner back to the hacking society . . . the kidnapping of his grandparents . . . forcing him to breach a top-security government facility.

However, Tanner had a secret his captors were not aware of and he was able to play  an intense game of intellectual cat-and-mouse right under their noses.

This thrilling tale will change the way you reveal information online!

In critiquing this book, I would have liked to see a little more character development . . . to know more of their thoughts concerning their part in this dangerous criminal adventure. I would have liked to have known more of the grandparents thoughts and emotions.   

I want to thank Mr. Acey for letting me be a part of his blog tour and, yes, I am now more aware of what can be achieved by a brilliant  hacker.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

pretty nice blog, following :)

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