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Cyber War

Another terrifying sci-fi page-turner from the author of The Tomorrow Code!
Las Vegas is gone—destroyed in a terrorist attack. Black Hawk helicopters patrol the skies over New York City. And immersive online gaming is the most dangerous street drug around. In this dystopic near-future, technology has leapt forward once again, and neuro-headsets have replaced computer keyboards. Just slip on a headset, and it’s the Internet at the speed of thought.

For teen hacker Sam Wilson, a headset is a must. But as he becomes familiar with the new technology, he has a terrifying realization. If anything on his computer is vulnerable to a hack, what happens when his mind is linked to the system? Could consciousness itself be hijacked? Before he realizes what’s happened, Sam’s incursion against the world’s largest telecommunications company leads him to the heart of the nation’s cyberdefense network and brings him face to face with a terrifying and unforeseen threat.

Brian Falkner, author of The Tomorrow Code, has created an action-packed and thought-provoking science fiction adventure in which a brilliant young computer hacker fights to prevent the human race from being deleted.

Suggested Age Range: 10-14yrs

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Geektastic!...

- Kirkus Reviews - August 2010

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WOWOW!!! Okay, this isn't quite a word you'd use for a review, but from the beginning I was hooked....

- Jacketflap - August 2010

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This is a red hot cyber suspense tale of extraordinary proportions…...

- Richie Partington, Richie's Picks - July 2010

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Tension is unrelenting in this fast-paced action novel…...

- Children's Book Council of Australia - November 2009

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Brain Jack is a suspenseful story that I could hardly bear to put down....

- Pat Pledger, Readplus - April 2010

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I love the prologue to Brainjack with its warning to readers…...

- Iain Sharp, Metro Magazine - May 2010



Cool apocalyptic stuff, with a little philosophising woven into the action....

- Virginia Larson, North & South Magazine - May 2010

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A must have for any collection…...

- Childrens Book Spot - July 2010

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Fascinating and enjoyable...

- Fiona Edwards, Bookseller and Publisher Magazine - August 2009

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Exciting reading...

- Crissi Blair, NZ Book Council Newsletter - November 2009

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A great read...

- Reading Time Magazine, - November 2009

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A great roller coaster...

- Rona Books - January 2010

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Amazing...

- Christchurch City Libraries Blog - October 2009

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A cracker of a tale...

- Tim Cavanough, New Books (Australia) - November 2009

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Hacking into your Brain...

- Ann Packer, Dominion Post - September 2009



Some parts freaked me out, but I still couldn’t stop reading....

- Jo Burnell, The Reading Stack - January 2010

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From page one Brainjack provides enough twists and turns to keep the reader eager for more......

- Jeff Herd, Fiction Focus - March 2010

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