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Living in the Los Angeles wasteland can be tough - especially when you’re just some dude whose only real skill is computer hacking. So, Artie Gonzalez spends most of his days building drones, modifying his bipolar robot girlfriend, and scavenging for his next pair of Chuck Taylors. Artie watched the world end 10 years ago. That was after the famous programmer Satoshi Nakamoto released the world’s first sentient artificial intelligence.

Now planet Earth is a dump and Artie has finally accepted that fact, doing what any other respectable tech-nerd might do in his situation - build a post-apocalyptic man-cave. But the world is much different than he thinks. He’ll soon learn that thugs, raiders, and the occasional mutant are the least of his concerns. Something terrible is making its way from the east, kidnapping humans and rendering cities desolate - and Artie may be the only one with the skills to stop it. With the help of some new friends, Artie is about to embark upon the quest of a lifetime - and maybe earn some Bitcoin along the way.

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A hard pass

Just glad I can trade this credit for another title.
Even though the author is the reader it just doesn’t work. Mediocre performance and a dull lifeless story.

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Daydream

I usually don't leave a review, but listening all the way through and the author's Comments at the end , basically the book seems like a daydream you had in school. you know. the one that your the smartest person in the world, and it all just comes together for you. annoyed I used a credit..

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great story

Started off slow. Took me a while to get use to the narrators delivery. I enjoyed the story. It's refreshing to read a book that starts off in east los. The locations mentioned in the book are relatable. Arty is half Mexican which isn't common in most books. Representation matters! I look forward to following the story further and will pick up more books from this author.