The Blue Nowhere: A Novel [Jeffery Deaver] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. His code name is Phate — a sadistic computer hacker who. How do you write a truly gripping thriller about people staring into computer screens? Many have tried, none have succeeded—until now. Leave it to Deaver, the. The Blue Nowhere will forever change the way you feel about your computer. Jeffery Deaver, bestselling author of The Empty Chair and The Bone Collector.

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Jeffery Deaver is best known in literary circles as a crime novelist.

The Blue Nowhere Book Summary and Study Guide

No – it’s this one! Virtually every character is now a clich Ugh! Denn obwohl die Beschreibung nach einem Superheld klingt, ist Gillette das ganz und gar nicht.

Jeffery Deaver, bestselling author of The Empty Chair and The Bone Collector, now turns to the labyrinthine world of cyberspace — a world where safety is elusive, appearances are deceiving, and the most powerful can lose their wealth, their minds, their lives with a hacker’s touch of a button. My second Jeffery Deaver read, Edge, was much more enjoyable.

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A hacker, Wyatt Gilette, is exempted from prison to assist the police in tracking down another hacker. The odds run against the cops. View Full Version of PW. I was on a Jeffery Deaver kick a few years ago and being unable nownere find an unread Lincoln Rhyme novel one of which later ended my obsessive reading of Mr.


He could be anyone, anywhere.

Who is the traitor among the cops? Phate sees the world as a global computer game searching for difficult targets to kill. A mysterious, psychotic, and brilliant computer hacker, code-named Phate, is infiltrating their computer, invading their lives, and—with the perfect line, the perfect, personal detail—luring them to their deaths. Books of the Week.

Besonders ins Herz geschlossen habe ich aber Wyatt Gillette, den Hacker. Will gestured for the check and paid. Und die sollte man auch besitzen, da man sich ansonsten schnell langweilen wird.

See full terms and conditions and this month’s choices. Mar 25, Corey rated it really liked it Shelves: Published May 9th by Coronet Blke Hachette first published Got something to say? He starts off the book in prison for hacking into the Department of Defence computers and allegedly running a piece of software that could encrypt their ‘unbreakable’ Standard 12 software.

But those would be women weaker than she.

Deaver does a good job aligning the hacking culture with the gaming culture of the time. In a series of plot surprises, many deaths occur with the cops just a few minutes or less from deaevr the culprits. A very scary book with some really creepy characters! The review of this Book prepared by Nicolas Lalonde.

Of course, if you never go online, you would have nothing to worry about. She made a reservation at eight.

The police know that he has crossed a boundary; he is using his skills now, not just for amusement, but to lure victims to their deaths. Desperate, the deager of The California State Police Computer Crimes Jefffery frees Wyatt Gillette, imprisoned for hacking, to aid the investigation — against the loud protests of the rest of the division. Will glanced at her. The most amusing thing about reading this book in is that it’s ten years old and most, if not all, of the computer-based science and hacking and Internet lingo used by the characters is now outdated.


Wyatt Gillette, a convicted hacker serving time in prison, is called upon to help the police catch a hacker that gets into peoples computers, finds out everything he can about them, and then lures them close enough to him that he can stab them in the heart with his big knife.

But the sheer joy of the story, with some incredible twists here and there, kept us entertained throughout.

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It’s convenient to our 20th century lifestyle. Apparently Wyatt and Phate were partners and friends at one time, but Phate has lost sight of reality and has begun The most amusing thing about reading this book in is that ddaver ten years old and most, if not all, nowjere the computer-based science and hacking and Internet lingo used by the characters is now outdated.

However, the true identity of the mole inside the police department who notifies Phate of developments is a great plot twist.

But what about this one?