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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Learn more click zfraus open popover Product details Paperback: I plan to buy every book you write. I just finished the most thought provoking cyberpunk novel I think I’ve ever read: Daemon – by Leinad Zeraus The ‘pirate’ manpage, Arrrgggghhhhh! My library Help Advanced Book Search.

From the Canyon Edge: Book Review: Daemon – by Leinad Zeraus

Some of that bidding is none too pretty. He left behind something that was scanning Internet obituaries, too–something that put in motion a whole series of programs upon his death.

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Programs that recruited people. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. He left behind something that was scanning Write a customer review. For this alone, this book deserves a high recognition and worth recommending. Zeraus Suarez writes well, very well. However, this book has some weak points. Most are apparent by the context of use, but do not miss this book for fear of it being too geeky or technical.


No eBook available Amazon. See all 57 reviews. Sebeck must find a way to stop Sobol’s web of programs–his Daemon–before it achieves its ultimate purpose. To give me that breath-stopping action Newer Post Older Post Home.

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Pre-recorded voice recordings, video clips, and 3-D projections by this deceased master AI programmer are delivered to chosen subjects with a cold, calculating precision reminiscent of HAL from But sure, flipping some bits in software to launch an exploit and crash a few systems or a network is something I suppose we’ve become mildly used to.

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And to do so, he must uncover what that purpose is. What’s behind GregKH’s latest Rant? Learn more about Amazon Prime. He left behind something that was scanning Internet obituaries, too–something that put in motion a whole series of programs upon his death.

Enron, Worldcom, and the current mortgage crisis have nothing on what would happen to our collective k ‘s if all Fortune companies suddenly lost control of their own computer networks.

One person found this helpful. Please try again later. 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. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.


Retrieved April 14, Matthew Sobol was a legendary computer game designer–the architect behind half a dozen popular online games.

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AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. I had no idea where this book was going, but the more it went, the more I liked it.

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Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Confronted with a killer daejon 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.

Dick ‘s A Scanner Darklyand parts of it even read like clippings daemo a Bruce Schneier security-and-privacy newsletter. I found myself exhausted in the end. I learned a lot from this book and the technical facts were fed to me the reader in a way that I could understand them.