One wants justice.
One wants redemption.
One just wants revenge.
Still reeling from her devastating loss, Farris is barely holding it together when she’s approached by a covert government agency. The IDC is recruiting the best hackers in the country to form a team capable of tracking down and thwarting cyber terrorists. When they make her an offer she can’t refuse—a shot at catching the people responsible for the death of her father—she’s all in. But success will mean forging new alliances, betraying the people she loves, and trusting an old enemy. If she succeeds, she might finally get the closure she needs. If she fails, the digital world will crumble at her feet, putting thousands of lives at risk and exposing the world’s most dangerous secrets.
In the dark web, where anything can be bought and sold, this talented young hacker just might have to sell her soul to get what she’s after.
The question is, who’s buying?
Reviewed by Melanie Newton
There is very little actual violence in this book but when it does occur people end up dying and weapons are involved.
There is mention of a prior sexual assault.
The teenagers have sex but it is totally closed door - no details.
There is mention of a previous attempted rape from book 1.
Supernatural Characters: N/A
Other: This is the 3rd book in the series and deals with an emancipated teenager living alone. The language etc is about the same as in the previous books but is in character for the teenage characters in question. The book revolves around older teenagers (in unusual circumstances) and thus situations reflect this.