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Book Title: Glass House 51|
The author of the book: John Hampel
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 929 KB
Edition: Bzff Books
Date of issue: January 28th 2013
ISBN 13: 9780962799228
Read full description of the books Glass House 51:Glass House 51 is the insanely amazing adventure—or misadventure—of a lifetime, of one Richard Clayborne, a hard-charging young marketing maverick at gigantic AlphaBanc’s San Francisco branch.
Hyper-ambitious Richard has been offered an intriguing assignment: Get online via NEXSX and make e-time with the lovely, brilliant (and doomed) Chicagoan Christin Darrow. All to set a trap for the reclusive—and very deadly—computer genius, Norman Dunne, aka the Gnome.
Why? Three lovely young women dead in the streets of Chicago. And the Gnome, a former AlphaBanc employee, is the main suspect. But there just might be another AlphaBanc agenda in the works. . . .
Little does clueless Richard know what is in store: a tangled, twisted—and very treacherous—journey through the AlphaBanc underground, but by the time he realizes it, he’s in too deep to get out.
From the author: For Glass House 51, I set out to write an updated recombinant version of 1984 and Brave New World. Well, I don't aim low. The result is a long look into a primordial dystopia, future present — what's happening now with a techno / human layer gone bad — or actually going bad, as the world slouches along to oblivion. This is where it all begins, ground zero, the beginning of the end — of privacy, freedom, dignity, perhaps civilization as we know it. The Dystopia Primeval.
Read information about the authorJohn Hampel was born in a small town in Pennsylvania in the 50s, romped through the 60s watching "Leave it to Beaver," and "Sky King" (and Penny, oh God ... Penny!), stumbled through the 70s (surviving somehow), got into computers in the 80s (it was the thing to do) along with an MBA in the 90s (it was just (sigh) the thing to do). Since then he has moved to the Pacific Northwest, and now, mostly on dark rainy nights, he writes.
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