Invisible Armies

In a world where security cameras prove what you have done and databases define who you are, the few who know how to manipulate the technology can play God. They can change the future; they can alter the past. They can make big money, they can save the world, and they can get away with murder over and over again. Danielle Leaf grew up believing she was safe. Now she knows she was wrong. Award-winning author Jon Evans returns with new heroes and a compulsive, fast-paced story that examines issues of Third World exploitation and the extreme edge of anti-capitalist activism. Invisible Armies is Cold War suspense for the modern age, a thriller that looks behind the power of protests and the politics of big business. Reviews "Thought-provoking ... Invisible Armies is an intriguing, pacy read and Mr Evans shows great potential."—The Economist "A tough-as-nails technothriller... People who aren't morons and like thriller novels ought to read this."—Bruce Sterling "Evans has created a new genre, the travelogue as fast-paced action thriller."—Montreal Gazette About the Author Jon Evans's novels have been published around the world, translated into half a dozen languages, and praised by The Economist, The Times of London, and the Washington Post. His journalism has appeared in Wired, Reader’s Digest, The Guardian, The Globe & Mail, and The Times of India, and he writes a weekly column for TechCrunch. He can be found online at
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why westerners always visit slums and poor areas of foreign countries ?? when I went to UK , I never visited any industrial areas or ghettos !!
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Wow.  Superbly written, genuinely terrifying sequence.  Very much appreciate the eco-consciousness and the adieu to the horrors of power abuse. voted.
Read this chapter last night and can't wait for more. 
Amazing work. New fan here! Voted!
I like this book. It reads well and you can get the feel for something ahead already

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