Fox is a mindnet hacker, and works for the mysterious man known only as King. He spends his time uncovering dangerous secrets and releasing them to the public.
But those who cause trouble are bound to attract, and despite their precautions King is taken prisoner by an unknown government. And if Fox is going to save him, he’s going to need help—help that comes from the very last place he expected to find it.
Okay, so I have to start by saying I’m not a computer person, I know nothing about, well anything. So understanding the basics of this book took a minute. It was very well written and the characters are engaging. But having to figure out if we are in the minds or real life, how people could hide in chat rooms with other people mentally but have the bodies physically somewhere else. Then of course learning about good agents, bad agents, and then the people those agents are trying to stop. It was all a little too much for me. When I sit down and read, I like to get lost in the story, not necessarily have to figure out a new way of thinking. The one thing I got was when King said ‘delete’ That I seem to do A lot of…
With all that being said, once we got into what was probably the middle of the story/book and the chase/rescue really started happening I found that I found my footing and became fully invested in Fox and the team. Desperately wanting them to find King, the spy and save the day.
Even throughout this story we have some unlikely helpers, and the love interests are not the main focus, which also makes a nice change, the twist and turns have you guessing and second guessing.
The ending when Fox and ……… end up together. Perfect HEA.