Kindle [The IRIS Algorithm] ´ L.G. Van Huen
Pretty goodKept moving and good "Character Development Some Grammatical Errors " development Some grammatical errors need corrected It had a pretty good story line Ok Among one of the best and on par with the slickest of Techno Thrillers I have read this year Fast paced smart riveting an alphabet soup of mathematical and of course technical aspects The IRIS Algorithm has espionage murder religion and sex A roller coaster of genre mashup This male author uite effortlessly pulls off writing for a complex female heroine depicting in great narrative her relationship between her brilliant mind her Guilt. You You live ignorance I live on the edge of informed insanity Simone Dancing SimoneÔÇÖs earliest memories were numbers She was born a mathematical savant After being struck by lightning at age eight she became something else The eeper of God's own secret Thirty difficult years have passed since that terrible day when she was enlightened and her little brother was illed She left the basement skunk works of the Puzzle Palace the NSA where her gift was almost useful She lef.
L.G. Van Huen ´ 1 SUMMARYP
le who can calculate where bullets are Going To Go Are Uite Popular In to go are uite popular in sort of things but that wasn t the way this one went I wasn t too sure about the whole God angle but even not having all the answers the action ept me reading and the potential future directions will ensure I pick up another if there is one I wasn t too impressed with the depravities and I found the repetition of people s heights slightly off putting but those are small complaints in such a different take on a familiar and overcrowded genre Good story I like techno in my techno thrillers. Nts With nowhere left to turn Simone must convince her estranged husband that while she may be crazy it doesn't mean she's wrong In a story that weaves its way through the basement technology projects of the NSA to the subterranean dungeons of a dangerous organization involving twisted conspiracy between nation states and their pawns we discover what a mother will do to save her son even if it means breaking her covenant with God the end of secrets and the end of the civilized worl. A
nd her sense of unworthiness Yet somehow the reader fully understands that Simone is a strong woman Bravo for pulling this offLG Van Huen leaves you wanting It was hard to come to grips with the fact that I had come to the end of the book Can "t wait for the second one This is sure to become a movieFasten your seat belts you re "
wait for the second one This is sure to become a movieFasten your seat belts you re for a spellbinding ride Simone always told the truth but you had to listen very carefully She told truth for a spellbinding ride Simone always told the truth but you had to listen very carefully She told truth such precision that you tended to fill in your own lies to round off the conversationThis was a fast edgy and exciting story Peo. T her husband Logan for his own good and after learning he was a highly specialized CIA operator She left the harsh noise of the real world for a uiet vacation in a mental institution She left her old name behind in favor of a new one and started a new life in sunny California For a decade it seemed to be working Then they idnapped her son They demanded the IRIS Algorithm the product of a long shuttered NSA project whose former researchers have been recently dying of tragic accide.
L.G. Van Huen