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by Derek M. Dukes
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Thrillers & Suspense
  • Author:
    Derek M. Dukes
  • ISBN:
    1461067693
  • ISBN13:
    978-1461067696
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 18, 2011)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Thrillers & Suspense
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  • FB2 format
    1900 kb
  • ePUB format
    1394 kb
  • DJVU format
    1255 kb
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    520
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This book or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner.

This book or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner. A Novel By. Derek M. Dukes.

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Derek Duke is Project Music Director and Composer at Blizzard Entertainment. He created music for Warcraft III and World of Warcraft. Glenn Stafford, Jason Hayes and him were the original music team for StarCraft. Cursed land themes (such as those played in Felwood). Soggy place themes (such as those played in Wetlands).

My name is Derek Doepker and I'm committed to empowerment, enlightenment, and compassion. I'm a certified Master NLP practitioner, performance coach, and author of over 6 bestselling books in personal development, self help, fitness, and authorship

My name is Derek Doepker and I'm committed to empowerment, enlightenment, and compassion. I'm a certified Master NLP practitioner, performance coach, and author of over 6 bestselling books in personal development, self help, fitness, and authorship. Growing up, I ate fast food every night, hated exercise, was dead broke.

A Novel By. He extended a hand, which Wesley gladly shook. I thought I recognized you. I hope it's not too much trouble, but I'm having a problem with the computer up in my office. Do you think you could come up and have a look at it? When the founder and owner of the company asks you for a favor, there is one - and only one - correct response.

Derek Duke is a Senior Composer and Sound Designer for Blizzard Entertainment. He was a composer and performer involved in creating the music and sound effects for Diablo III. Prior to Diablo III, Derek contributed to the music and sound of Warcraft III, StarCraft 1 & 2, and World of Warcraft. Derek spoke to Destructoid about his work on Diablo III.

Murder. Mayhem. Robots. Strippers. Thank you for calling tech support.

Forget Silicon Valley - the information age was born in the late 1990s in Austin, Texas, ushered in by Elliot Storm, founder and president of Storm Computer Corporation.

Phinnaeus Webb just started his job for Storm as a technical support specialist. But soon Phin has more questions than the hapless techno-weenies calling him for help.

What is going on in the basement?

Why are the hallways patrolled by a robotic spider?

Why do Phin's fellow technicians (along with dancers from a local gentleman's club) keep disappearing?

What does this have to do with Elliot Storm?

And will Phin's computer skills be enough to unravel all the tangled threads in time?


Ventelone
I found this to be a quick read about a guy with some computer skills who starts a nerd and leaves a hero. I liked the characters, I liked the plot, and I liked the humor thrown in throughout the story. You'll get to like the main character as I did but find some of the computer stuff a bit far-fetched but close enough to reality to be believable.

I liked this book!
Danial
I purchased this book as a recommendation from a dear friend of mine.
The story was excellent. Basically, the story revolves around a computer business owner, a giant in the business, and his twisted way of viewing the world.
The main characters were well developed for the most part. I found myself chuckling at some of the nerdy references. I enjoyed the hero of the story most, as his sense of humor was wicked.
My only complaint is that I wanted to read more, so the length felt short, but most likely that is just because I wanted to read more.
I would *highly* recommend this book, and I would have happily paid $10 for it.
BoberMod
I first purchased this book on an impulse, intending to read it in increments. After the first 20 pages, I was completely captivated. The development of the plot and characters is smooth and fluid. The author writes with a sharp wit which brings the characters to life. Dukes bridges the gap between science and pulp fiction. The story is fanciful and strange, embedded with tech references. Unlike some science fiction, this is not inundated with jargon, making it very approachable. I found the atmosphere and characters to be rich in detail. I wouldn't hesitate to purchase another novel by this author, and hope to see more from him. I would have paid 3x the list price.

Strengths -

-The author's writing. Particularly his ability to 'show and not tell'. The interactions between the characters were playful and clever. The author uses intriguing descriptions of people and events which in turn, makes the world come to life.

-The pace. The plot moved quickly and concisely, yet took the time to develop atmosphere.

Weaknesses -

-Too short (although I think the length was actually appropriate) in that I wanted more. Because of the length, some of the characters were a little on the one-dimensional side. Despite that, I believe that the author made the right choice in his development because otherwise the book would have become cumbersome and self-serving.