• Title: Infected Connection
  • Author: A. Ashley Straker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Infected Connection While investigating a fault plaguing the newest model of smartphone stressed technician Simon Parfitt makes a disturbing discovery Incubating inside the batteries are spider like creatures and the p
    While investigating a fault plaguing the newest model of smartphone, stressed technician Simon Parfitt makes a disturbing discovery Incubating inside the batteries are spider like creatures, and the phenomenon seems to be spreading.But when Simon tries to alert the authorities, it becomes clear that someone wants him dead.As paranoia sets in, Simon is reluctantly recruiteWhile investigating a fault plaguing the newest model of smartphone, stressed technician Simon Parfitt makes a disturbing discovery Incubating inside the batteries are spider like creatures, and the phenomenon seems to be spreading.But when Simon tries to alert the authorities, it becomes clear that someone wants him dead.As paranoia sets in, Simon is reluctantly recruited in the fight against an enemy that is always several steps ahead People become pawns, friends become foes, and civilisation itself starts to crumble Infected Connection is a fast paced, high tech thriller Watch the teaser at infectedconnection.

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    1. anaslair.wordpress/2015/0Premise: Simon Parfitt is a technician who fixes phones for a living. A new smartphone model has become particularly problematic and so, one day, while trying to figure out why, he makes a very disturbing discovery: while accidentally breaking open the phone's battery, he finds a spider-like thing inside. What does this mean? How did it get there? Is it organic? Are there more? How exactly do they affect people? While trying to discover the answer to those questions, he [...]

    2. Infected Connection is a fast paced sci-fi thriller/horror that brings to life the worse nightmare of many (if not all) technology and gadget fansyour phone is not safe. The story begins innocently enough with a new smartphone being recalled due to technical issues but it quickly becomes apparant to technician Simon Parfitt that things are not quite as straight forward as they seem. In fact the problem with the phones combines the stress of technology breaking down (face it, we all stress out wh [...]

    3. Having read the kindle version of this (my review) I was looking forward to reading it again in proper book form and I must say I was not disappointed. In fact I'd probably go as far to say that I enjoyed this more the second time around, picking up on the subtleties of the story more than the first time round. And probably because I prefer proper books anyway. Invisible Max is still by far my favourite character with his dry wit, excellent one liners and rather unique take on life, even when th [...]

    4. Infected Connection was a fun read, taking the reader through a maze of "what ifs". I enjoyed the bio-technology terrorist plot driven story with its edgy 'end of the world' excitement. Our unlikely hero, a cell phone engineering technician gets neck deep in helping secret forces try to fight against a mysterious enemy. An enemy that is turning our cell phone network into a method to infect humankind but for what reason? Readers who enjoy a thrilling adventure with sci-fi (mixed with a bit of mo [...]

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