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Zeus is a mathematical genius that never seems to complete what he starts. Losing his father, and inheriting a huge debt changed all that. He purposed to channel his energy to developing an intelligent software agent for predicting stock prices. The project didn't meet his success yard stick, or so he thought....

His brainchild takes a life of its own, infiltrating millions
Kindle Edition, 157 pages
Published February 18th 2012 by TubiRon, Inc. (first published February 12th 2012)
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Jun 02, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This novel is about a young man who, in trying to pay off a debt, gets in way over his head.

Zeus (real name Supo) is a resident of present-day Nigeria. His father died recently after running up large debts in online stock trading. Zeus assumed his father's debt, and, as a math genius, is able to do something about it. Along with a few friends around the world, including Dido, a female Ph.D. computer student from California, Zeus comes up with Razor Sharp. It's supposed to be your average stock p
Dec 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Razor Sharp 3.0 is about a genius that calls himself Zeus that creates an A.I. software that predicts stock market trends with some friends in different parts of the world. It soon starts hack into other computers for processing power, and when it hacks into a computer of a secret dark organization that is when a group of secret agents come looking for Zeus, not wanting to talk but to destroy Razor Sharp, as well as its creator.
All an all it was a great read. I loved the suspense and also, the u
brandy oliver
May 11, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I thought this was a very good and very entertaining book!
I especially admire the author's imagination, and I love the way the places and people appear right before your eyes as though you were right there!
This book is packed full of action and suspense and you will not be bored at any point in this story! You will be sitting on the edge of your seat and thinking, "wow!", "This is crazy!":)
If you are a computer friend:). this book will end up being a favorite!
This is about Zeus, who creates a
Aug 11, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Math genius Zeus never seems to finish any project he starts. Then his father died and he inherited a large debt so now is the time to get down to business.

He put all his energy into developing a software program that would predict stock prices. It didn't seem to meet his expectations. But then his brainchild takes on a life of it's own and starts infiltrating millions of computers, world wide, to gain more processing power.

Unfortunately, it also infiltrated a high power computer with extremely
Jun 20, 2012 rated it really liked it
This book is an interesting read. It suffers from what is apparently an issue with the English language, I got the feeling that English is not the author's first language. Many spelling errors, like "riffle" for "rifle". Other than that it is a tour of Nigeria as well as computer viruses. ...more
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