Strange Flesh by Michael Olson

Strange Flesh by Michael Olson

James is a Harvard dropout hacker working for RedRook Security, ten years ago the female half of a set of rich kid twins, Blythe Randell broke his heart. Now Blake and Blythe want to hire him to find their half brother, Billy, a billionaire multimedia artist. Billy seems to enjoy embarrassing his siblings and the rest of the family with increasingly crazy and violent art installations and events. The games move into a massive online video game. This is a great read, if you are a bit technical or can read through it. I liked it though the protagonist was a bit, I don’t know, mainstream? for my usual tastes. But the story was good and the plot twists and turns to a reasonably satisfying ending. And eventually I found I liked james, or maybe he started liking himself. 3 1/2 Stars.

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