Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Review: Hacker

Hacker by Ted Dekker

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Nyah Parks needs $250,000 for an experimental treatment for her mother. What is a seventeen year old genius to do? She goes after the biggest job of her life, hacking into a data storage company to get them to hire her to update their security system. When this job goes wrong, she is suddenly way over her head and must complete one last hack. This hack will either save her or be her death.

Hacker is the third book in The Outlaw Chronicles. Although the first two books in this series are more companions than serial, this book is definitely part of the series with Austin from the first book, Eyes Wide Open, playing a large part. Readers who pick this book up without reading the first two will not have any trouble discovering the main story line. Hacker is another parable based on strong Christian beliefs that lead readers to question what they think is true. Dekker does not disappoint with an action packed thriller that keeps the eyes moving across the page.

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