dotwav There S Something In That Sound Something Bad Something Dangerous Fifteen Year Old Ani Lee Is A Skilled Hacker Researching A Strangewav File That She S Downloaded When It Behaves As No File Ever ShouldJoe Dyson Is A Seventeen Year Old American Transplant Recruited Into A Secret Teen Division Of The British Intelligence Service Who S Looking Into The Disappearance Of A Friend Caught Up In An Underground Music Scene That Might Be Than It AppearsWhen Ani And Joe S Investigations Intertwine, They Discover That Thewav File And The Music Are Linked Someone S Embedding The File Into Tracks To Create A Mind Controlled Teen ArmyBut Who S Behind It And Why And How Do You Stop A Sound An Exhilarating Sci Fi Techno Thriller That Blends Music, Mind Control, And Conspiracy Perfect For Fans Of Little Brother, Brain Jack, And ProxySky Pony Press, With Our Good Books, Racehorse And Arcade Imprints, Is Proud To Publish A Broad Range Of Books For Young Readers Picture Books For Small Children, Chapter Books, Books For Middle Grade Readers, And Novels For Young Adults Our List Includes Bestsellers For Children Who Love To Play Minecraft Stories Told With LEGO Bricks Books That Teach Lessons About Tolerance, Patience, And The Environment, And Much While Not Every Title We Publish Becomes A New York Times Bestseller Or A National Bestseller, We Are Committed To Books On Subjects That Are Sometimes Overlooked And To Authors Whose Work Might Not Otherwise Find A Home

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[Reading] ➸ dotwav  By Mike A. Lancaster –
  • Hardcover
  • 448 pages
  • dotwav
  • Mike A. Lancaster
  • 10 June 2017
  • 9781510704046

10 thoughts on “dotwav

  1. says:

    Este libro comienza siendo como una especie de thiller muy copado sobre un archivo de audio que unos hackers le roban a unos pol ticos de UK y se convierte en una cosa extra a de espionaje, ciencia ficci n y es tan bizarro que me gusto mucho jajajaRese a completa proximamente

  2. says:

    Disclaimer I received an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest reviewDNF 18%So this one started off pretty strong and the premise was really interesting but I just wasn t feeling it It s been a little off for me since we met Joe because I don t buy that there is a teen division to the police and they would give him that much freedom to question people, etc I almost feel this would be better as a crossover novel with a teenage hacker and an adult cop trying to solve the case together or like the teen making it harder for the cop to solve the case just because I don t buy Joe in his role This novel should be something I m really into and I m just sorta blah about it Books and Ladders Books Are My Fandom Twitter Instagram Bloglovin

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    My original Dotwav audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.Now here s the first book I ve ever heard which has struck me as a good recommendation for fans of Anthony Horowitz Alex Rider series That series was one of the literary highlights of my teen years As long as you can suspend your disbelief long enough to believe that the British MOD is hiring teenagers to act as spies, this book really works.In this story, teenagers begin behaving oddly after listening to a new style of music No one s quite sure where the music s coming from or how to stop it, until the universe brings 15 year old Ani and 17 year old Joe together to save the day They re both from very different backgrounds and have unique skills, but between them and their friends, they have everything they need to solve this problem.This book is fast paced and action packed, just what you d expect from a teen spy novel but apart from this and the delightfully cheesy dialogue, nothing else is as you d expect I can t really give much away on this one as it was a big surprise to me and that s what I enjoyed the most of the story not being able to figure out what was going to happen next.Will M Watt is a talented narrator who manages to pull off a range of different voices and accents, he held my attention for the full 10 hours His youthful sounding voice makes him the perfect choice for a YA novel, making him much accessible to teen listeners.This story picks up on contemporary sci fi issues, like hacking and the relationship between the things that people enjoy and how it could be used to control them I found this very thought provoking and a fascinating angle to take on this book.I would highly recommend this audiobook for teen listeners with a keen interest in sci fi and technology it s a hell of a ride Audiobook was provided for review by the publisher.

  4. says:

    Massive plot spoiler

  5. says:

    Thank you to Sky Pony Press for a copy of this book in exchange for a fair review.Ani is hacker that receives a.wav file that doesn t act like any file she has ever seen As she begins looking into it leads her places she didn t thing it would When she takes it to friends they haven t seen it before, and when her uncle looks at he can t hear anything at all, which makes her think that it is geared towards kids and she worries about what that could mean.Joe is working for a British intelligence division when his friend disappears and when he begins to look into things it leads him to underground music and Ani Soon they realize that the.wav makes teens become mind controlled and someone is using them for something bad.Will they be able to stop it before it s too late Or will they fall victim to it This was an interesting and different science fiction for me, I don t often read ones dealing with computers Plus I haven t seen a.wav file in years, Do they even still use them I guess they do since Mike wrote a book about it I want to say that I loved this, but I didn t It was good and for the most part I enjoyed, but it lost me in a couple of places.

  6. says:

    This started out pretty good it dives right into the action and we have two teenage MC who are interesting and unique and fit right into a sci fi story.Unfortunately, the story just gets and convoluted and and outlandish by the end Now, don t get me wrong I love me some crazy, out of the norm sci fi But in order for me to really enjoy that sci fi, there also has to be enough actual science and explanation to make things seem that there a a SLIVER or possibility it could happen Or there has to be enough non stop action to make me not careand this had neither The ending in particular got to be way Saturday morning Power Ranger cartoon than sophisticated sci fi thriller I found myself laughing instead of feeling anticipation, which is definitely not a good thing.Overall some cool sci fi elements computer hacking, fun gadgets, brain implants, aliens , but jumbled together in a way I just didn t enjoy.

  7. says:

    Was totally not expecting the story to go the way it did Loved it once the two characters connected Highly recommend for fans of EC Myers

  8. says:

    Not quite as good as Human.4, a book that has stayed with me for years That being said, I liked the concept of this book it was fresh, interesting, and a great gender neutral read I think boys and girls would like it I liked the main characters, especially Joe he was a badass, and that s always a cool trait for characters in my opinion I liked that this passed the Bechdel test between Ani and Gretchen and also had no love story at all Having a male and female lead, that was a pretty big feat in YA lit It dragged a little in parts and took me longer to read than I expected as a result, but overall I liked it.

  9. says:

    I thought I knew where this was going and then it got really wild Full review to come

  10. says:

    It was amazing Extraordinary I don t know the words It is my best book ever read by far You will probably never read any book like this It s thrilling and you ll just have to read and see.

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