Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - The Ghost Network

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Book Review - The Ghost Network

The Ghost Network

About the Book

The Ghost Network is a new 3-book epic adventure series in which a group of teenage hackers get to work to save the world from disasters in the Dark Web as man takes on machine.

Age Level: 10-13 Grade Level: 4th and up

Despite coming from different ends of the world, John, Slack, Akane, and Salome, age 12, have plenty in common. They love computers, coding, hacking, gaming—it literally flows through their veins. One more thing: they are all technically dead. The group comes together at the Wolf's Den in deepest Alaska, one of several top-secret schools for technological excellence around the globe. The place seems like a coder's dream come true at first, but things take a dark turn when the group realizes they are not like the other kids there. They uncover that the center is working on a potentially dangerous, secret project known as Project 31. What's worse, the guinea pigs are the kids themselves. The gang realizes that John's father implanted artificial intelligence in their bloodstream, in order to protect them, before going missing under mysterious circumstances. They are not only wanted by those in power, but are now being hunted. There's only one way out: to escape across the brutal Alaskan tundra where the truth will be revealed.

My Take on the Book
There is a definite mystery that surrounds this group. The entire story brings together some amazing young people that are doing some amazing things. The school that these students are brought to is quite amazing and deep cover ops. It is amazing to see how these kids are different than others and see what they can really do. The book has some strange turns that made the book a real page turner. In the end I was truly compelled to keep reading from chapter to chapter to see what would happen next and so will you!

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