Forget everything you think you know about the Internet. If you think nefarious web sites peddling a cocktail of scams, illegal pornography, racial hatred, and vicious computer viruses was all you had to worry about - think again. The government has banned access to the Internet, dubbing it an illegal, unregulated zone. Sounds like good news, doesn't it, until you know that its replacement controls every aspect of your life, from digital content, provision of your gas, water, and electricity, and all your money. With everything and everybody connected, we're all now potential targets if we oppose it. Do you still feel safe? Empowered? Connected? Welcome to the future of the Internet. Welcome to the Codex file.
Michael Robertson's family has been murdered to protect the covert project linked to establishing a new Internet. Piecing together what happened leads him to four hackers, vehemently opposed to the new network, who provide the only means to hunt down the killers. But uncovering the truth leads to industrial espionage and a plot that leads right to the heart of government as he seeks the truth behind the Codex file.
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- R Dowd
An American narrator for a totally English story!? Why??!
Not a bad story but totally ruined by an American narrator. The book is entirely set in the south of England with many local phrases and words being comically read by the narrator. He sounds like a Scooby Doo baddie.
I recommend reading the book. Don’t bother with the audio.