E–pub/E–book (Freedom™)

  • Hardcover
  • 406
  • Freedom™
  • Daniel Suarez
  • English
  • 21 November 2018
  • 9780525951575

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Freedom™ Download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Daniel Suarez Ä 5 Read & Download Read Freedom™ The propulsive shockingly plausible seuel to New York Times bestseller Daemon the Greatest Techno thriller PeriodWilliam O'Brien former director of cybersecurity and communications systems policy at the White House2009 saw one of the most inventive techno thriller debuts in decades as Daniel Suarez introduced his terrifying and tantalizing vision of a new world order Daemon captured the attention of the tech community became a national bestseller garnered attention from futurists literary critics and. After reading this book I feel like I should put on a kilt paint my face blue and stand in front of the corporate headuarters where I work Then waving my laptop over my head and doing my best Mel Gibson impersonation without the anti Semitism I ll shout You may take away our financial independence our self supporting communities and our personal privacy but you ll never take our FREEDOM Too muchMoving on This is a techno thriller but like the previous book Daemon it s a pretty damn ambitious techno thriller Daemon set the stage and now Freedom delivers the goodsPreviously a very wealthy computer guru known for the intricate games he devised named Matthew Sobol had died of cancer But he left behind the Daemon a computer program that works as a blueprint and recruiting tool for an economic and political revolution Sobol was convinced that worldwide corporate corruption had reached a point where people were in danger of being nothing but puppets forever By using the Daemon to seize the high ground on the internet Sobol posthumously declared war on the existing forms of politics and finance The Daemon also uses a virtual version of the Internet called the darknet to hook it s operatives into a web overlay of the real world via HUD glasses and other biometric interfaces After deliberately escalating the existing economic crisis the Daemon uses the rules of on line gaming and internet social media to begin creating a new society and economic model And it uses high tech weaponry and willing operatives to defend the fledging darknet communitiesA corporate shadow government doesn t just want to destroy the Daemon and the darknet operatives it wants to use the crisis the Daemon has created as an excuse to expand their power and influence to the point where traditional governments will be completely toothless They use the mass media outlets to spin the story that the darknet communities are terrorists and using that as an excuse unleash Blackwater style private armiesThe plot could come across as B movie ish but Suarez manages to make even the outlandish stuff sound reasonable and he makes a lot of intriguing points about the current economic structure in areas like corporate farming One of the cooler ideas is that on line gaming rules and rating systems could be the basis for a new society It s sounds crazy but Suarez makes an interesting argument that it could work What if every person you dealt with had a visible ratings score based on their interactions with other people Or if enough people instantly voted on a project being important the group resources were allocated accordingly And I like that Suarez doesn t paint this as an instant utopia The Daemon is definitely breaking a whole lot of eggs to make this omelet and some of it s operatives are in danger of gaining far too much power even within the rules of the system A lively read with plenty of action and enough big ideas to make you think I enjoyed this uite a bit For anyone interested I d definitely read Daemon first Of Water and the Spirit: Ritual, Magic and Initiation in the Life of an African Shaman (Compass) you ll never take our FREEDOM Too muchMoving on This is a techno thriller but like the previous book Daemon it s a pretty damn ambitious techno thriller Daemon set the stage and now Freedom delivers the goodsPreviously a very wealthy computer guru known for the intricate games he devised named Matthew Sobol had died of cancer But he left behind the Daemon a computer program that works as a blueprint and recruiting tool for an economic and political revolution Sobol was convinced that worldwide corporate corruption had reached a point where people were in danger of being nothing but puppets forever By using the Daemon to seize the high ground on the internet Sobol posthumously declared war on the existing forms of politics and finance The Daemon also uses a virtual version of the Internet called the darknet to hook it s operatives into a web overlay of the real world via HUD glasses and other biometric interfaces After deliberately escalating the existing economic crisis the Daemon uses the rules of on line gaming and internet social media to begin creating a new society and economic model And it uses high tech weaponry and willing operatives to defend the fledging darknet communitiesA corporate shadow government doesn t just want to destroy the Daemon and the darknet operatives it wants to use the crisis the Daemon has created as an excuse to expand their power and influence to the point where traditional governments will be completely toothless They use the mass media outlets to spin the story that the darknet communities are terrorists and using that as an excuse unleash Blackwater style private armiesThe plot could come across as B movie ish but Suarez manages to make even the outlandish stuff sound reasonable and he makes a lot of intriguing points about the current economic structure in areas like corporate farming One of the cooler ideas is that on line gaming rules and rating systems could be the basis for a new society It s sounds crazy but Suarez makes an interesting argument that it could work What if every person Somebody Else Is On The Moon you dealt with had a visible ratings score based on their interactions with other people Or if enough people instantly voted on a project being important the group resources were allocated accordingly And I like that Suarez doesn t paint this as an instant utopia The Daemon is definitely breaking a whole lot of eggs to make this omelet and some of it s operatives are in danger of gaining far too much power even within the rules of the system A lively read with plenty of action and enough big ideas to make Sekiro Shadows Die Twice, Official Game Guide you think I enjoyed this uite a bit For anyone interested I d definitely read Daemon first

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Freedom™ Download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Daniel Suarez Ä 5 Read & Download Read Freedom™ Most reluctant operative must lead a small band of enlightened humans in a populist movement designed to protect the new world orderBut the private armies of global business are preparing to crush the Daemon once and for all In a world of conflicted loyalties rapidly diminishing government control and a new choice between free will and the continuing comforts of ignorance the stakes could not be higher hanging in the balance is nothing less than democracy's last hope to survive the technology revoluti. I listened to the audio version When I finished Daemon I was somewhat dissatisfied with the conclusion as reflected in my review I subseuently learned that Mr Suarez could not find a publisher for Daemon so published it himself and it became an internet sensation I feel that Freedom was better than Daemon less repetitive and even relevant to the financial crisis of 2008 and its aftermath including the response of the Obama administration The story moves along uickly toward a satisfying resolution although the uestion Sobel posed near the end isn t really one that needs to be answered yes or no The writing is excellent although the author seems less comfortable handling romantic situations and conversations than when describing technology or creating action scenesThe narration is outstanding and having a woman reading the headlines is a bonus I felt the length was better matched to the subject matter than in Daemon which seemed a bit too drawn out I noticed that in written form Freedom was only 50 pages shorter than Daemon a difference of a bit than 10% yet the audible version was than 4 hours shorter about 25% less I didn t investigate why that is probably the result of a different typesetting in print form Mother Clap's Molly House (Methuen Drama) yes or no The writing is excellent although the author seems less comfortable handling romantic situations and conversations than when describing technology or creating action scenesThe narration is outstanding and having a woman reading the headlines is a bonus I felt the length was better matched to the subject matter than in Daemon which seemed a bit too drawn out I noticed that in written form Freedom was only 50 pages shorter than Daemon a difference of a bit than 10% uestions to a Zen Master Political and Spiritual Answers from the Great Japanese Master yet the audible version was than 4 hours shorter about 25% less I didn t investigate why that is probably the result of a different typesetting in print form

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Freedom™ Download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Daniel Suarez Ä 5 Read & Download Read Freedom™ The halls of government leaving readers clamoring for the conclusion to Suarez's epic storyIn the opening chapters of Freedom™ the Daemon is well on its way toward firm control of the modern world using an expanded network of real world dispossessed darknet operatives to tear apart civilization and rebuild it anew Civil war breaks out in the American Midwest with the mainstream media stoking public fear in the face of this Corn Rebellion Former detective Pete Sebeck now the Daemon's most famous and. Rating 710Good Deliver us from Daemonor notThis novel is a seuel to Daemon so you have to probably read that first Before reading this review do check out my review of Daemon The first novel was definitely one of the best techno thrillers I have ever read and experienced It had all the traits that a techno thriller has There were plethora of things that I learned With that much excitement I had while reading the first novel I started the second novel and I would say it was a total disappointment even though it was entertaining at timesWhile the first novel concentrated on the gory and so dark side of the Daemon the second novel was completely contrary ie it focused on Daemon being a good Samaritan I was completely flabbergasted and taken aback by how the author completely flipped the script It got me interested while I sensed that it was heading in that direction But while I was reading there were many things that didn t stick right There were many time jumps which was a real pain and got me boring at times The story didn t do justice for the main characters and it just invented many side characters who were totally monotonous It felt like the scenes depicted were a cut and paste from various parts of the first novel at times The pacing of the story was getting worse by every chapter there were some chapters that made me dreary The ending became anti climatic with no strong note and was flat While the novel suffered from the above mentioned it found strength in the last part of the novel except the ending the way the events branched were a thrilling roller coaster ride There were speculative technical ideas and the themes that were focused in this novel was mind blowing The focus on the Virtual Reality and fantasy elements were interesting and a delightOverall I would say this novel is an entertaining popcorn flick which could have made a real good addition to the duology if it wasn t for the downs mentioned above