Atone for the Ivory Cloud
A brilliant composer and coder goes undercover to trap a cybercrime syndicate that has hijacked her website—to traffic blood ivory. She must survive impossible physical, virtual and cultural obstacles and choose between the opposing forces of privacy and responsibility.
Allison is stunned when the CIA leaves her no option but to go undercover to surreptitiously modify the c...more
When I was asked to review this book, I could hardly say no. As a blogger that likes to tie music and books together, a book about a composer was just far too tempting. And I definitely wasn't disappointed. While the music wasn't the biggest focus in this book by far, it was always there, just hovering beneath the surface, always playing a role even if they weren't talking about it at that exact moment.
This book is f ...more
Alison was not a character who I would want to be a friends with. She seemed like a cocky person but I did feel sorry for her when her identity got stolen and she had to put her music into a code. I also thought the other characters were a little bit off but I still loved the story.
There were twists an ...more
Wells combines a deep understanding of computer code and language and an appreciation of music that drives key elements of the plot. The characters are w ...more