Results 1 – 13 of 13 Daemon by Zeraus, Leinad and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Daniel Suarez (born December 21, ) is an American information technology consultant turned author. He initially published under the pseudonym Leinad Zeraus (his name The first novel, Daemon, was self-published under his own company, Verdugo Press, in late It was later picked up by the major publishing. Leinad Zeraus is the author of Daemon ( avg rating, ratings, reviews, published ).
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Leinad Zeraus (Author of Daemon)
I was sceptical at first about this book, but after reading the teaser chapters I had to buy it. Showing of 57 reviews. For anyone thinking about reading the book, there are a few technical buzzwords and program names used which might need to be googled if you are not familiar with them. I was hooked within two pages. This author understands how to create a new future world that just might be around the corner and he knows how to make it exciting and full of suspense.
He used lots of high-tech words such as kernel rootkit, packet sniffer, intrusion detection, ethernet port, etc, without needing to explain. Continue zeraaus conversation Zeraus started. The book begins with the virus springing into action when it finds the obituary of its creator. When I read the synopsis of this book, I was enthralled.
My library Help Advanced Book Search. Retrieved July 8, Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. I just finished the most thought provoking cyberpunk novel I think I’ve ever read: I carried it everywhere in hopes of catching an isolated moment or two to read more. Most are apparent by the context of use, but do not miss this book for fear of it being too geeky or technical.
Retrieved April 14, Both authors have touched on problems threatening our country. He initially published under the pseudonym Leinad Zeraus  his name spelled backwards. Amazon Second Deamon Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.
I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? What’s behind GregKH’s latest Rant? Programs that moved money. Who would think that a DEAD person can zerauw, read headlines, commit identity theft, hack computers, and carry out devious plots? His career as dae,on author began with a pair of techno-thriller novels. I plan to buy every book you write. Wikiquote has quotations related to: Verdugo Press- Fiction – pages.
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Daniel Suarez (author)
However, this book has some weak points. Actually its Daniel Saurez and I just realized how the pseudonym works.
Get to Know Us. Confronted with a killer from beyond the grave, Detective Peter Sebeck comes face-to-face with the full implications of our increasingly complex and interconnected world–one where the dead can read headlines, steal identities, and carry out far-reaching plans without fear of retribution.
This is a very good thriller with a lot of excellent technological extrapolation. I enjoyed this book for a number of reasons: Matthew Sobol was a legendary computer game designer–the architect behind half a dozen popular online games. Written flawlessly with just enough tension, it started with a problem: I found myself exhausted in the end.
Dick ‘s A Scanner Darklyand parts of it even read like clippings from a Bruce Schneier security-and-privacy newsletter.