Can’t get enough of Facebook? Is Twitter your best friend? Imagine not needing a computer or a smartphone to access your favorite social media, but instead, all you have to do is think about it, as your brain is directly connected to the internet. Eliot Peper’s Analog series gives you a glimpse of exactly what that may be like. Peper has released today the third edition to the series, Breach. Just think, fifty years in the future you won’t even need a Kindle to read you next thriller.
A hacker is drawn out of hiding and into an epic geopolitical showdown in the frighteningly plausible conclusion to Eliot Peper’s critically acclaimed Analog Series.
When you’ve betrayed your revolutionary cadre, an off-grid fight club on a remote tropical island is a good place to hide—or die.
For notorious ex-hacker Emily Kim, the outcome of each fight makes little difference. Black-market blood sport is the perfect self-imposed penance. But when she stumbles on a plot to overthrow the corporate empire that provides the ubiquitous global feed, Emily discovers her old friends have been targeted. Warning them will force her out into the open, back on-grid, and directly into danger. Emily can’t escape the past. But can she seize the future?
Emily’s quest for redemption spirals into an all-out shadow war. What constitutes justice in a world run by algorithms? The feed—and Emily—must be reinvented. Or destroyed.