Hammerjack

Hammerjack In this dark futuristic thriller Marc Giller defines the cutting edge of suspense with a relentless tale of murder techno terrorism and a conspiracy one man is driven to uncover even if he must un

  • Title: Hammerjack
  • Author: Marc D. Giller
  • ISBN: 9780553587869
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this dark, futuristic thriller, Marc Giller defines the cutting edge of suspense with a relentless tale of murder, techno terrorism, and a conspiracy one man is driven to uncover even if he must undo reality in the process HAMMERJACK They ride virtual waves of code and pirate high tech secrets to sell to the highest bidder they are faster and smarter than your securitIn this dark, futuristic thriller, Marc Giller defines the cutting edge of suspense with a relentless tale of murder, techno terrorism, and a conspiracy one man is driven to uncover even if he must undo reality in the process HAMMERJACKThey ride virtual waves of code and pirate high tech secrets to sell to the highest bidder they are faster and smarter than your security system, and are only too happy to show you by how much They are hammerjacks, and the rewards of their profession are second only to the sheer rush of what they do Cray Alden was once one of them Now he s a corporate spook chasing down the information traffickers who ve turned business into all out war.But beneath the surface skirmishes lurks something darker rumors of a biological supercomputer that threatens to shift the balance of power between man and machine Now Cray is caught in the cross fire between the corporate Collective and a shadowy fanatical anti tech cult called Inru With an assassin on his trail and a devastating secret locked in his mind, Cray must turn to the hammerjack who s been his most dangerous, most elusive quarry Together they are on the deadliest mission of Cray s life to destroy the god that man made.

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    1. When I picked up Hammerjack at the local library, I was expecting true, cyberpunk noir in the style of "Neuromancer." However, what I got was something that I would warn people against reading.To be fair, Hammerjack has a detailed world that's full of grime and filth. There were even some nice touches with Giller's "street species." However, even a solid plot couldn't save this book from the major problem I had; the way it was told.I love metaphor, as anyone that's read any of my own work knows. [...]


    2. A hammerjack is the term for a professional hacker in the world created by the author. I like to find less known cyberpunk type novels and give them a chance. Hammerjack mostly works, but it makes leaps that are hard to believe.The world is interesting and immersive. But it doesn't make a lot of sense. The Collective runs everything, but how does the economy really work. If the Zone Agents can kill and destroy at will, why doesn't anyone do anything?The main characters are ok, but don't feel lik [...]


    3. A criminally under read cyperpunk novel with slick style, starting with it's tone-setting cover and continuing on through excellent prose. While setting could perhaps introduced more helpfully for the reader, Hammerjack deals with a seriously sophisticated set of ideas, and its setting includes all to real possibilities for the near-future: urban tribes birthed out of subcultures, the collapse of nation-states and the rise of corporate powers, the specter of uncontrollable AI. The protagonist is [...]


    4. Lots of potential, but thin characters. The story and themes were interesting. There were many sections that felt hasty, like he was trying to get to the action scene. I hope he keeps writing and matures.




    5. Pretty awesome matrix-like thriller with strong female characters.The sequel is not as great, but tidies up all the loose ends. Good to read together


    6. While the plot is clever enough in its own right, it left me with the feeling that it was a Neuromancer ripoff in some regards.



    7. Some interesting ideas, but it was hard for me to get terribly invested in it. Perhaps a little _too_ cyberpunky for my tastes, which I hadn't run into before.


    8. I thought I reviewed this but I guess not. This is a fun cyberpunk novel I re-read frequently. It contains one of my favorite characters in the subgenre, Avalon. Unfortunately, Avalon ends up being a villain, and the two protagonists are a bit less than compelling to put it mildly. The book keeps introducing interesting and sympathetic characters, only to kill them or turn them evil to make way for really bland ones to take the spotlight. I also take some issue with the portrayal of women, and t [...]


    9. While not a bad book, there were definitely sections that lost my interest - possibly because of too much unexplained technobabble - and they just jarred me out of the story. If someone digs cyberpunk books, they may want to check this one out, but as for me I'm not going to bother picking up the sequel.




    10. Awesome. Great writing ability. Giller really nailed the cyberpunk genre. High tech/low life environment with an interesting plot. Going to read his other books.


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