AN ACTION-PACKED, ADVENTUROUS MYSTERY WITH IP ESPIONAGE, TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, LOVE.
REVIEW by LAWonder10:
This is an interesting book offering many insights into a cytclist dilemma, new innovations, and associated challenges, including techology. It also offers insights into Buddahism and Taoism. It offers inspiring lessons each of us can learn from other cultures and religions.
The characters were wel-defined and the scenes easily visualised.
What I didn't like was the occasional profanity. I also had difficulty in connecting to the emotions of which were portrayed at various times during the story. I felt some of the writer;s style was amateurish.
What was very profound to me was the length one will go to steal, in portions of the book, yet the beauty of nature and true meditation during other portions of the book.
All in all, I offer a Three and a Half Stars rating.
*This book was gifted me with no pressure to post a positive review. This is my honest review.
About Jack B. Rochester As a grad student, Jack B. Rochester longed to see a book with his name on the cover. Today, it’s on sixteen books and counting. He launched his career as a business book editor and guided 65 authors’ books into print. With the publication of the bestselling “The Naked Computer” he launched his own editorial services company, Joshua Tree Interactive. He went on to write three college textbooks and more business books until 2004 and the publication of his nonfiction swan song/last hurrah, the internationally acclaimed “Pirates of the Digital Millennium” (both TNC and PODM co-authored with John Gantz).
In 2007, he turned to writing fiction full-time: his Nathaniel Hawthorne Flowers literary trilogy was published by Wheatmark (paperback, Kindle, Audible). Two distinctly different novels and a short story collection are in the works. You can follow his writing and read his alternating blogs, Saturday Book Review and My Brain on Grape-Nuts, at JackBoston, his innovative website.
Jack spends a lot of his time mentoring writers. He counsels writers one-on-one and in writing workshops across the country.
He’s the co-founder of The Fictional Café, an online ‘zine publishing fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, fine art, photography, and fiction podcasts for nearly 1000 subscribers in 67 countries. “The Strong Stuff: The Best of Fictional Café, 2013-2017,” was published in a limited edition in 2019.
Jack earned a Master’s degree in Comparative Literature from California State University at Sonoma. He grew up in South Dakota and Wyoming, spent many years on the West Coast, and now lives in the Boston area with his wife. An avid cyclist, he owns five bicycles. As he likes to say, no moss grows beneath his feet.
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