Uploading movies to the internet seemed like harmless fun, until the killing began.
Dorian is a serious Italian hacker, uploading blockbuster movies to the internet in a race against other hackers. He loves the thrill until one day his hobby leaves his family murdered, and his every moved stalked by killers.
Unfortunately, the police think he’s delusional and the killers know his dorm room number at Harvard.
He’s in a race to find the death squad that killed his family before they find him. Every computer he touches, risks exposing him to death, but it’s the only way he’ll find the killers. He must meet up with Andrea, a part-time hacker who has information that could uncover the killers, but first they both have to get to New York alive.
The quest careens between Boston, Milan, London, New York and LA and the Internet, in encrypted secret conversations in invisible chat rooms and on hidden servers.
The novel is steeped in the issues that recently launched the global protests against SOPA (the Stop Online Piracy Act). Where Hollywood looks to severely punish anyone who downloads movies.
The novel draws the reader into its twisted world until the book becomes impossible to put down.