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by Jeffery DEAVER

eBook The blue nowhere ePub
Author: Jeffery DEAVER
Language: English
ISBN: 0340767502
ISBN13: 978-0340767504
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton; 1st UK Ed edition (2001)
Pages: 400
Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 133
Formats: mobi docx rtf azw
ePub file: 1254 kb
Fb2 file: 1168 kb

Praise for his New York Times bestselling novels of suspense "A crackling thriller. About Jeffery Deaver.

Praise for his New York Times bestselling novels of suspense "A crackling thriller. When I say that the brain is a machine, it is meant not as an insult to the mind but as an acknowledgment of the potential of a machine. I do not believe that a human mind is less than what we imagine it to be, but rather that a machine can be much, much more.

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I do not believe that a human mind is less than what we imagine it to be, but rather that a machine can be much, much more. W. Daniel Hillis, The Pattern on the Stone GLOSSARY: Bot (from robot): A software program that, opera. Читать онлайн The Blue Nowhere.

The Blue Nowhere (2001). When a sadistic hacker, code-named Phate, sets his sights on Silicon Valley, his victims never know what hit them. He infiltrates their computers, invades their lives, and lures them to their deaths. But with a merciless and brilliant killer like Phate in their cross hairs, and his twisted game reaching a fever pitch, they must utilize every ounce of their disparate talents to stop him. Praise. This novel is, in hacker lingo, totally moby, the most exciting, and most vivid, fiction yet about the neverland hackers call the blue nowhere. thrilling and explosive. The Blue Nowhere Excerpt.

The Blue Nowhere is my fourth Jeffery Deaver read, and it has confirmed my belief that I will have a love-hate relationship with Jeffery Deaver’s work. My first Jeffery Deaver read, Mistress of Justice, was a big disappointment. My second Jeffery Deaver read, Edge, was much more enjoyable

I do not believe that a human mind is less than what we imagine it to be, but rather that a machine can be much, much more.

Jeffery Deaver is the award-winning author of two collections of short stories and 29 internationally bestselling novels, including the latest James Bond novel Carte Blanche. He is best known for his Lincoln Rhyme thrillers, which include the number one bestsellers The Vanished Man, The Twelfth Card and The Cold Moon, as well as The Bone Collector which was made into a feature film starring Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie. The first Kathryn Dance novel, The Sleeping Doll, was published in 2007 to enormous acclaim

The Blue Nowhere" was written by Jeffery Deaver, a contemporary and popular mystery writer. Mr. Deaver has written numerous novels, several of which were made into movies or television specials. This book is of the mystery thriller genre of fictional literature

The Blue Nowhere" was written by Jeffery Deaver, a contemporary and popular mystery writer. This book is of the mystery thriller genre of fictional literature. The writing is straight forward, not complex, and should be acceptable to a wide audience.

Jeffery Deaver, New York Times bestselling author of The Skin Collector and The Bone Collector featuring popular forensic detective Lincoln Rhyme, delivers a masterful thriller about a psychotic computer hacker/killer packed.

Jeffery Deaver, New York Times bestselling author of The Skin Collector and The Bone Collector featuring popular forensic detective Lincoln Rhyme, delivers a masterful thriller about a psychotic computer hacker/killer packed with stunning and fact-based technical details and signature Deaver plot twists. Together, Wyatt and Bristol make an unlikely team but with the same villain in their crosshairs, they’ll have to learn to get over the generational, and technological, gaps. Filled with accurate technical details, a high-tension wired (People) mystery, and shocking surprises, The Blue Nowhere will keep you guessing the outcome to the very last page.

Author: Jeffery Deaver. The powerful new thriller from the author of THE DEVIL’S TEARDROP and THE EMPTY CHAIR. In Jeff’s most chilling and topical thriller to date, we meet the most powerful and modern of criminals, the uber-hacker. Trawling both on and off the Net, he can follow your every move, your every detail and your every communication. He can invade your life before taking it away from you. This is the novel that will stop you ever turning your computer on again.

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"The Blue Nowhere" was written by Jeffery Deaver, a contemporary and popular mystery writer. Mr. Deaver has written numerous novels, several of which were made into movies or television specials. This book is of the mystery thriller genre of fictional literature.

The novel was written using an anonymous narrator and character dialog interspersed throughout the composition. The writing is straight forward, not complex, and should be acceptable to a wide audience. The writing style is fast paced clipped scenes, shallow character development with a concentration on action. The plot is tightly controlled with several twists and turns intended to capture and pique the reader's continued interest. There is a good deal of computer jargon and functional computer descriptions, but not beyond the average computer user's general understanding.

The story in main is about a brilliant computer hacker who is known by his online handle as"Phate". Jon Patrick Holloway, aka Phate, suffers a severe psychosis; he has elevated his role playing fantasy to real life scenarios and is killing people. An equally brilliant computer hacker and former role playing partner, "Valleyman", one Wyatt Gillette is recruited by the police to help capture Phate in a contest of wits and guile.

I quite liked this novel. It was fast moving and interesting in its concept. The plot was enthusiastic and the many twists and turns were well done. The characters were pretty shallow in development and some of them were easily forgotten in the course of the story. The scenes were equally shallow, at times a little dopey, and didn't add to any memorable aspect of the action; but then the distinct feeling was that they were not supposed to in this fast paced thriller. It had the feel that it was designed for a movie or television special as opposed to a memorable novel.

Overall this novel is a little light weight, but was quick and fun to read if you need a diversion. I would recommend it and rate it "Pleasurable not-memorable".
Nidor
Fascinating. I was pulled in and caught up in the story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. While I know there were liberties with the tech, I believe good storytelling needs creative liberties to entertain, as well as to educate on possibilities. The only issue I had trouble with, and a minor issue, the law enforcement departments were too willing to do shallow background checks on people and data, especially when engaged in life and death scenarios. But, be that as it may, it was a real "page turner" of an audio book.
Steelraven
I enjoy almost all of Deaver's characters and his interesting plot twists. Just when I think I've figured out what's going to happen next, and to whom, Deaver surprises me with a real "flyer" from leftfield! It keeps me on edge and interested all through the novel.

I never want to give away plot detail which will ruin the reading experience for others, but I will state that this particular novel would be best understood by those with some familiarity with computers. I can do a few basic things myself, but our protagonist in this novel has "mad" computer hacking skills, which he uses to battle with an antagonist with equal or perhaps even superior computer skills!
The novel seems to put forth the question, "Can an individual with such exceptional skill actually murder others using all that is known in the computer world? The Blue Nowhere??

I would definitely recommend this read for anyone who likes Deaver's work, and the netherworld of computer gaming!
Togor
The publication date for this book is 2002. Reading it now, 10 years later, is undoubtedly a different experience. We've had 10 years of hackers and privacy discussions and lawmaking by political idiots who don't know anything about the internet. The problem is, WE (the 2012 reader) are much more savvy about the setting of this novel. In reading it, I found the characters under-developed and not very interesting: the reason for that is that once Deaver finishes describing the technological background, there isn't much room for anything else. I realized that 10 years ago, the background tutorials would have been fascinating and probably would have carried the reader along, ooooh-ing and ahhh-ing all the way at the wonders of technology to come.

Now, of course, the technology has come--and gone. What is left is a familiar, unexciting backdrop for an underdeveloped characterization and superficial plot line. The Blue Nowhere did not stand the test of time.
Reggy
Too many Red Herrings. Deaver is known for twists at or near the end. His twists are easy to follow and sometimes to predict because they make sense in hindsight. This novel is great for computer nerds and will make a great gift for the geeks in your acquaintance. However, Deaver over does it this time with too many characters not being who they seem to be.and characters suspected of not being who they seem to be but turn out to be just that. The story is entertaining and a little scary, nonetheless. Worth the effort.
Capella
"The Blue Nowhere" was one of the best and scariest hacking novels I've read. Fantastic storyline. Great character development and murder and mayhem.It had me looking over my shoulder or in the rear-view mirror wherever I went The first hacking novel was a true story called "The Cuckoo's Egg." It recounted the first known case of hacking in the U.S. But "The Blue Nowhere" is so up-to-date it makes one want to get off the grid permanently. It's a great read and I learned a lot.
Laizel
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. About the time you think you've figured something out, or who someone is (or what it is maybe!), Deaver does another turnabout leaving you with another "huh?" When you think the case is about solved you may be amazed that you are only halfway through the book and there is more to come. Keep up the great story telling Mr. Deaver!
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