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Death Match by Lincoln Child
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Feb 28, 2010

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bookshelves: thriller

Ordinarily I'd give a higher rating to something by Lincoln Child, with or without Douglas Preston, but this book was all about computers and artificial intelligence, and I'm a programmer and system administrator so the computer stuff was obviously written by someone who doesn't understand the technology for what he was describing and was stringing together a lot of techno jargon. The sentence about the 'finger' command made me laugh out loud; he's got the jargon down at least.

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