Shanghai Dream

eBook (PDF), 342 Pages
(4 Ratings)
Price: $13.61
Burnt out hacker Cad Caldwell is on the verge of committing nanobot-induced suicide in a cramped Union capsule hotel when a mysterious package arrives from Tokyo. Inside, a sleek black computer console unlike anything he has ever seen before. The console is a lifeline from someone high up in the Yakuza food chain and the sender wants Caldwell to do a job. The devil, however, is in the details. Before long, Caldwell finds out that his Japanese client is dead and that he has become a moving target running from the long arm of the Yamaguchi-gumi, Japan's largest Yakuza faction. But help is at hand, in the form of a Faustian bargain from the surgically-enhanced head of a secret Union electronic warfare unit who claims to hold the key to Caldwell's blocked memories. To get his memories back, Caldwell must use the console to hack into the core of a secretive new network deep in the heart of New China.
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  • By Eddie Chan
    Oct 30, 2008
    "RE: I dream of Shanghai" Wow, what a RUSH! I thoroughly enjoyed this cyber-novel! It's a thought-provoking, action-packed, cyber-thriller that's sure to keep you reading on and on and on. Why, like surfing the Internet!! Keep it up Mr. Johnny!!
  • By Sahr Johnny
    Feb 2, 2008
    "Overview of Shanghai Dream" Packs a punch from the first sentence and never lets up, right through to the jaw-dropping, gravity-defying end. A rollercoaster ride into China's technology future. From the gray drizzle of London to the futuristic cityscapes of Hong Kong, Beijing, and finally Shanghai like you've never seen it before; the thrills just keep on coming.
  • By Jeff Franklin
    Jun 13, 2007
    "a "Da Vinci Code" for cyberpunk fans!" "I read Da Vinci code recently, and was blown away by its eye-opening interpretation of the past and continuous mind-thrilling puzzles. Now Shanghai Dream blows my mind about the future!!"
  • By Edward Chan
    Mar 10, 2007
    "RE: Finally, a Net-Novel for the Masses!" I have to say, this is one hell of the novel. I am glad I took the red pill (or was the blue?) and decide to give this a read. Gives great insite to futur of a "techno"-China could be. Btw, no related to "Eddie Chan" below.
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October 1, 2011
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