Saturday, September 22, 2018

Analog: A Cyber-Dystopian Noir Volume 1: Death by Algorithm by Gerry Duggan, David O'Sullivan

It's 2024 and nobody uses the internet anymore for anything but porn.  The net is no longer secure or private and things have gradually gone back to paper...

Diamond Books and Edelweiss shared a copy of this book with me for review.  It will be published October 9th.

He never knows what is in the locked metal briefcase, he just delivers it to the person waiting for it.  But there are others that want the info and are willing to take it if they can get it away from him.  It's not an easy job.  It gets even more dangerous when the government tries to get the information from him.

As he walks a tightrope between crook and government, it gets harder to keep himself alive.  But he's tough and he doesn't give up...

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I Caught a Rainbow by Danielle Chaperon, illustrations by Nathalie Dion

This little girl struggled with a rainbow and caught it.  She put it in a glass container. Milky Way Picture Books sent me a copy of this bo...