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The Unseen

The Unseen In this sequel to Freelancer Kari Tahe returns in her role of freelance hacker in a world where D printers drones and computers connect directly to the brain With the Civil War still raging and th

  • Title: The Unseen
  • Author: Jake Lingwall
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In this sequel to Freelancer, Kari Tahe returns in her role of freelance hacker in a world where 3D printers, drones, and computers connect directly to the brain With the Civil War still raging and the leaders of the warring factions assassinated, Kari must use her programming skills and devout sense of justice to protect her family Recruited into the underground world oIn this sequel to Freelancer, Kari Tahe returns in her role of freelance hacker in a world where 3D printers, drones, and computers connect directly to the brain With the Civil War still raging and the leaders of the warring factions assassinated, Kari must use her programming skills and devout sense of justice to protect her family Recruited into the underground world of the Unseen, Kari hopes to help end the violence, but even this hidden hacker community is not immune from treachery.

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      Published :2020-04-11T01:43:07+00:00

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    1. The Unseen (Freelancer #2) by Jake Lingwall is a Kindle scout book and is book 2. I didn't read book one but I didn't get lost at all. This book is a geek book fantasy! Lots of fun sci-fi, techie stuff, adventure, intrigue, and suspense. A good wild ride, will have to read book one.


    2. A powerhouse of a dystopian tale!Intrepid hacker Kari Tahe makes a break from prison using her special skills. Alas, something goes terribly wrong. On the verge of capture, she’s rescued and delivered to a secret hacker hideaway run by a guy named Oedipus. The plush retreat is nothing short of fabulous, and like-minded people are always inviting Kari to join their hacking games.But she misses her friends David and Audrey. She wishes the war would end so life would get back to normal. While Kar [...]


    3. I'm usually afraid of sequels, particularly the dreaded middle child in a trilogy (if this is going to be a trilogy). For every Empire Strikes Back there are legions of Highlander IIs, so it was with great trepidation I opened Jake Lingwall's second dystopian YA novel, The Unseen. And then I couldn't put it down, stayed up way too late and devoured the whole darn thing like a starving linebacker at a Chinese Superbuffet. The Unseen follows Kari, a bright, thoughtful, teenage hacker that never fa [...]


    4. The first book was good, and at first, I wasn't so sure about the second one. The main character has even more enemies this time, and I have to say, I kind of see what happened coming, so I was a little disapointed at first. In the first book she escapes from the guy that wanted to use her to build him weapons, and in the second book we start with everything going so well that we just know that something is going to happen, and it does. I immediately knew that she was jumping out of the frying p [...]


    5. Wow, this really took off. I like how Lingwall manages to insert great nods to politics and despotic militants into the story without coming down on any side in the war, that's pretty clever, and the technology continues to impress. I'm very quickly becoming a fan of this girl and want to read more about her!


    6. Who could blame people (technical ones or otherwise) who want to get rid of politicians who mess around with our lives? Keri has to struggle with whether one evil is better than another. It's mostly fast-paced, with lots of interesting technology (written in a way that's easy enough for technophobes to understand).Sequels sometimes fall flat, but I enjoyed The Unseen even more than Freelancer, the first book. This book is complete within itself, with enough backstory to fill you in on important [...]


    7. Ah, I really loved this one too. It's so interesting to see her come to terms with her hacker skills and how everyone keeps wanting it for their personal gain.


    8. Tech rulesI wondered about nanobots, but now I wonder how Kari is going to beat them, overrule them, and generally hack them into her own. Go Kari!


    9. NiceA Black kid as the love interest, cyber genius, boss and businessman, HNC, evil villian and sympathetic psycho? Nice. Kept my interest


    10. Loved itLoved the plot and characters. Can't wait to read the next book in the series. Definitely gonna recommend to friends.


    11. OK. I'll say it. Jake Lingwall is a time traveler. He's been there, played Johnny B. Goode and wacked out his descendants. His second book in the Freelancer series, "The Unseen," upends the first. There's no messing around with weird disturbing future high schools where curriculum has become so politically correct it has no value. There's just straight up story. And better than that, he's got an angle on what direction computing could (note I said could) take. The Unseen refers to a group of hac [...]


    12. The Unseen is a solid follow up to Freelancer. The second foray into a future American civil war tackles the question of who started the war and why.Kari is just as likable in her second story and you can tell she's learned from her past actions. Since inventing incredible hacking drones capable of wrestling control of almost any machine away from its master, Kari now refuses to use them, as they're generally most useful to commit violence. Her staunch refusal to do anything that could harm anot [...]


    13. I thought it was just as good as Book 1, Freelancer. The Unseen continued right where Freelancer ended. Really enjoyed relationship that David and Aubrey have with Kari, they are all real friends. It was exciting how Kari and the world's best hackers were all living together and the master hacker, Oepidus created that environment, but of course it was too good to be true. Love that Kari is a strong heroine and one smart girl and I can't wait to see what happens next. Hopefully its 4 years later [...]


    14. I really enjoyed Freelancer, so I had high expectations going into this one, and often second books fail to compare to the first. But this was fantastic. Epic. I was totally enthralled from the beginning, and not just because of the action packed story line, but because of the amazing technology showcased in the book. The drones, the nanotechnology, cheetahs A lot of it seems as though it could be possible in the near future, which is scary. I'm also a sucker for hidden societies and conspiracy [...]



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