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Hunting for Sparrows

3.07 of 5 stars 3.07  ·  rating details  ·  14 ratings  ·  8 reviews
When attempted breaches of the network firewalls at the datacenter of Wise Woman, Inc. turn the midnight calm into alarm, computer specialist Lauren is confronted with an all too urgent need to decipher the source of these cyber-attacks. Are they the work of a band of hackers or is it some sort of implanted ghost in the machine? Hard on the heels of the untimely death of W ...more
Paperback, 364 pages
Published March 8th 2012 by CreateSpace
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Anthea Carson
What do you do when you know there has been an injustice, a terrible injustice? A frightening and unspeakable crime has been committed to someone you not only love but perhaps love more than anyone in the world, and nobody knows that it happened but you.

And even worse, you can’t prove that it happened, because your way of knowing it is suspect. You just know. And you happen to be right. You even get the person who committed the crime to admit it. Unfortunately no one hears him but you.

Now that
Tracey Lough
I personally wasn't really in to this book. It just wasn't my style and I didn't find myself that interested in the characters, or the plot twists and family secrets in it.

Having said that, I rated this book 4/5 stars because I think it is a great book which other people will enjoy. It is extremely well written, and the plot line was very intricate with lots of details which has you trying to determine what is the truth and what are lies. The main character Thelma is on her own personal journey
Mar 26, 2012 Beatrice rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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As the author I think it's great. Of course it is! Otherwise why would I have spent all that time writing it.
Having said that.... Is it universally great? Is it the greatest thing since sliced bread? Certainly not. As nothing has yet overpowered the enduring greatness of sliced bread (well, maybe the iPhone, but we need more time to see how it fares against time --the iPhone, not the sliced bread--).
So, out of the universe of people who enjoy both sliced bread and iPhones, who may enjoy this boo
(6/10) This novel is being advertised rather ambiguously as a kind of literary puzzle, and I have to confess that it took me a little while to figure out the central organizing point behind all of this crazy corporate espionage. That feeling of discovery is one of the novel's best points, but it's also hard to talk about the book without spoiling it. Hey, that's what spoiler tags are for! Let's use them.

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S.J. Byrne
I think this book is a fantastic read! I enjoyed the plot, the characters (even the despicable ones), and the writers style. Scenes flowed easily, the writing at times like poetry.

The only reason I give this 4 stars is because of editing issues that are prevalent throughout the work. (I have been assured that is being worked on)

I look forward to many exciting works from this author!
Could not finish this. A poor copy of Hamlet switching genders and making it contemporary. Feeble attempts at titillation.
May 22, 2012 Mandy marked it as to-read
We go to Palm Beach in October... I am so bringing this book with!! :-)
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Now based in Florida, I have written literary criticism and taught Elizabethan and modern English literature. Beatrice Gerard is my pen name.
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