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Midnight Empire By Andrew Croome,

  • Title: Midnight Empire
  • Author: Andrew Croome
  • ISBN: 9781743311127
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
  • Las Vegas, Nevada Young Australian computer programmer Daniel Carter has arrived at the heart of the American war machine the drone program at Creech Air Force Base, Indian Springs.Naive, untested, but keen to make a difference, he is plunged headlong into America s surreal battle against its enemies in the Middle East a battle fought at a distance of 7,000 miles fromLas Vegas, Nevada Young Australian computer programmer Daniel Carter has arrived at the heart of the American war machine the drone program at Creech Air Force Base, Indian Springs.Naive, untested, but keen to make a difference, he is plunged headlong into America s surreal battle against its enemies in the Middle East a battle fought at a distance of 7,000 miles from a city where nothing is real.As geographic and political boundaries blur, Daniel enters into an unlikely romance with a professional poker player, Ania But when the hunt for an Al Qaeda master mind ramps up in the skies over Peshawar, and American pilots begin to die in the suburbs of Las Vegas, events take a devastating turn.A novel of a new kind of war, of love and connection in the modern age, Midnight Empire is a powerful thriller that takes us to the troubling epicentre of a foreshortening world It is a taut and at times terrifying vision of a world without frontiers, a novel about dangerous new realities and how they threaten to transform us.
    Midnight Empire Las Vegas Nevada Young Australian computer programmer Daniel Carter has arrived at the heart of the American war machine the drone program at Creech Air Force Base Indian Springs Naive untested bu

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    1. I downloaded this because of a interesting serendipitous blog posting search and always like to take a chance with Aussie authors I was intrigued by the couple of comparisons with Don Dellilo, who s books have always entangled me, good and bad I did get a slight sense of a Dellilo tone but with none of the weighty ambiguousness that I always get from DD writings.The story is postmodern engaging from the beginning and is structured to loop back round on itself but the strength of characterisation [...]

    2. Daniel Carter is a young programmer, employed by a hight tech company located in Canberra, Australia I used to live in Canberra and work in IT so I thought this book might be interesting Certainly, local reviews were positive Daniel s employer has software that is vital to the US Government s drone program in Afghanistan Daniel goes across to the US a secret base near Las Vegas to support his employer s software.The action is quite slow and not that interesting and perhaps because of this Daniel [...]

    3. This is Croome s second published novel after Document Z which I also enjoyed He s developing well in the politico thriller genre The book takes an interesting imaginative leap into the new world war machine where killing is done remotely away from the theatre of war in this case in a military bunker in Las Vegas from where drones are directed into Afghanistan The novel explores the personal psychological and relationship consequesces of this weird remoteness while it plots a thrilling story of [...]

    4. Midnight empire has been the best fiction book I have read It is a good book I think that you will like it to It is about a young Aussie named Daniel carter, he has made his way to los angles He meets a really good poker player that he falls in love than his girl friend savannah I like this book because it has been the best fiction book I have read, because at some parts you can make a good picture in your head This is an amazing book you have a try He has also wrote the book do document z.

    5. This is a gripping thriller from a young Australian writer Daniel Carter, a software engineer moves to the US to start writing encryption software for the US drone program There s a strong and effective linking of an ever present sense of personal menace with the global consequences of the work he is involved in I particularly liked the bleakly ironic ending.The passages about playing poker in Europe are a little tedious, though.

    6. An intricate and disturbing spy thriller in which its main characters exist in a technological void that evetually collides with reality Well worth reading.

    7. An original perspective on the effect of drones and how it changes the notion of warfare and it s all wrapped up in a fiction thriller.

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