How do you write a truly gripping thriller about people staring into computer screens? Many have tried, none have succeeded—until now. Leave it to Deaver, the. The Blue Nowhere by Jeffery Deaver – Jeffery Deaver, New York Times bestselling author of The Skin Collector and The Bone Collector featuring popular. Blue Nowhere by Jeffery Deaver – Jeffery Deaver, bestselling author of The Empty Chair and The Bone Collector, now turns to the labyrinthine world of.
|Published (Last):||6 July 2008|
|PDF File Size:||15.68 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||7.92 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
During the 80s and 90s, many of the same people who were involved in the hacking community were also involved in the gaming community. But Deaver created a protagonist that I really liked, and an extremely formidable antagonist, which greatly contributed jefferg the story.
The one gone bad is so caught up in unreality that he sees nothing wrong with murdering with a knife through the heart his totally innocent victims picked only for the challenge to physically get at them. She returned to the bar and glanced at the two young men who were alternately ignoring her and offering subtle smiles. Theres no excuse for it either.
That would be a nice trick if a hacker figured out how to do it. He infiltrates their computers, invades their lives, and lures them to their deaths. Here he was, a husband and new father, with other people depending on him. Another serial killer and the internet both helping and concealing the stunning solution. Blue Nowhere Unabridged Audio Download Visit his bluue, www.
The Blue Nowhere is a good cyber thriller that gets the technical details right. Return to Book Page. Lara slid off the bar stool and walked to the window, glanced outside.
For a non-techie, Deaver does a great job of explaining what a computer BIOS is, how hackers and crackers of all sorts had thick calluses on their fingertips because of how much time they spent in front of their computers, and how hackers stash their tools of the trade all over the Internet so that they can quickly grab them from any location in the world.
A look around the room. The reasons that systems are vulnerable to cracking are generally attributable to human carelessness, such things as users writing down passwords or using obvious words, or bugs in software which can be exploited.
View all 5 comments. I know all your rules—that urban protection stuff.
I find it ironic and creepy at the same time that the first murdered victim shown in book is Lara Gibson, which is dubbed as a woman who really knows how to take care of herself in a big city. Mar nowhete, Corey rated it really liked it Shelves: Ich fand sehr schnell Zugang zu allen Charakteren.
Detailed Review Summary of The Blue Nowhere by Jeffery Deaver
On the anniversary of a major breakthrough in computers, a hacker who has lost touch with the real world kills innocents to the rules of a macabre fantasy game, the Knights of Access. Account Options Sign in.
Teamed with old-school homicide detective Frank Bishop, Deaer must combine their disparate talents to catch a brilliant and merciless killer. The main character needs to hack because it is there in the sense of climbing Everest or K2.
My second Jeffery Deaver read, Edge, was much more enjoyable.
The Cybersecurity Canon: The Blue Nowhere
Then Phate delivers a huge blow, murdering one of the division’s own, and the search takes on a zealous intensity. However still this book is good for people who are interested in computer, hacking, and the internet because in my opinion, someone who is not much knowledgeable in the area might find a hard time following the story and picturing what are the characters especially Gilette are doing.
And yet as Lara was about to ask Will Randolph to walk her to her car after they got the snapshots she had a thought: He infiltrates their computers, invades their lives, and — with chilling precision — lures them to their deaths. I think this book will appeal to everyone, regardless of your level of computer knowledge. Price may vary by retailer.
The Blue Nowhere | Book by Jeffery Deaver | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster
Unless you are a “tech geek” the language will put you off this book, or you will find yourself skipping over it. Deaver maintains a high level of suspense for almost the entire book, despite the obvious setup work and occasional tutoring he needs to do to make the computer stuff make sense.
A predictable group including cops and hackers are in pursuit of a killer using social engineering to get close Masterminds What’s the weirdest way you’ve killed a character.