Author: T. K. Falco
Published: 17th September 2017 (Regalia Press)
Source: Audible – Copy from Author
Rating: 3/5 (Liked it)
Official Summary: “AntiAmerica stands at the center of the largest US anarchist uprising in 100 years.
When hacktivist group AntiAmerica hacks the nation’s largest banks, the financial industry is left teetering on the brink of collapse. Hacker and teen runaway Alanna Blake is forcefully recruited by the government to track down the only link to AntiAmerica, her missing ex-boyfriend Javier. She relies on every bit of her social engineering cunning to navigate a conspiracy of lies and deceit, which imperils both the lives of everyone closest to her and the secrets to a past she longs to remain locked away forever.” – Goodreads
Review: Did not feel like a calm moment at all in this book. It was extremely fast-paced. The hacking information was on point and felt extremely realistic to what is on point nowadays. I liked how everything was against her, that nothing was going her way. Even though everyone kept throwing stuff at her, she never stopped. She carried on and did what she believed was right for her. Not what the world believed.
She a fighter. There were plenty of twists, to keep you on your toes.
(Disclaimer: I received a free copy from the Author. Does not affect my review)