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3.52 of 5 stars 3.52  ·  rating details  ·  31 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Privacy is a thing of the past in Ramone's world where every blush, every whisper, every salacious thought is seen by the Editors and broadcast to an eager audience over the feed networks. It's too late to stem the tide of greed and power of the corporations, but now Ramone is ready to move forward with a way to disappear. The only problem -- the attractive young lawyer he ...more
Kindle Edition, 224 pages
Published April 2nd 2012
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This is an amazing book about a future society that we could someday be part of. Intense and frightening especially at the thought of it ever coming true. Privacy is so important to me, and if I don't get it, then there's heck that someone's going to have to pay, and knowing that about myself scares me to think of this being our future. The author did a great job of keeping up the pace to the very last page. I couldn't see the end coming, and was a bit surprised when I realized that it was near. ...more
This is a kindle edition book written by my sister, Nicole. Download for $.99 at and give it a read!

I just finished your book Nicole. Very good, by the way. I was so intrigued at the first mention of the "feeds" and how exactly that had come about. I can see the influences of books you've read on the whole idea of the book (Bradbury, for example). And it was a bit disconcerting knowing you as I do, and hearing your voice in the book. I kept thinking to myself, this is so Nikki writin
Jon Nichols
Loved the original story. Obviously set up for a sequel at the end. Slightly bummed that there isn't enough closure to allow the book to stand on its own, but as long as the sequel is written I can satisfy my craving to know what happens next.
This book started out with the novel premise of nano-cams that watch and record everyone 24/7 for the "safety" of the country. Run by conglomerates rather than the Government and streamed (almost) live to a nation who watches these feeds like people watch the reality TV of today.

It was a pretty good story and I was willing to forgive the odd descriptiveness in the book. It was over-descriptive in parts, other parts felt like the story had been written and someone advised the author to make it mo
awesome read
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I collect vinyl and listen to music to relax. Sometimes I write music reviews for an online 'zine. Reading relaxes me and recently, I switched back to hard copies--the CTS was killing my wrists, plus I want my son to see me with my face buried in books so he wonders what's so compelling about reading . . . ?

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