Results 1 – 13 of 13 Daemon by Zeraus, Leinad and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Daniel Suarez (born December 21, ) is an American information technology consultant turned author. He initially published under the pseudonym Leinad Zeraus (his name The first novel, Daemon, was self-published under his own company, Verdugo Press, in late It was later picked up by the major publishing. Leinad Zeraus is the author of Daemon ( avg rating, ratings, reviews, published ).

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For anyone thinking about reading the book, there are a few technical buzzwords and program names used which might need to be googled if you are not familiar with them.

Daniel Suarez (author)

Formerly the CTO of Gazzanga venture funded start-up acquired by ClouderaDustin designed and implemented a key management system for cloud applications, called zTrusteeand delivered comprehensive security for cloud and big data platforms with eCryptfs and other encryption technologies. Suarez announced that he was writing his third novel, “which deals with autonomous drones and next-gen, anonymous warfare” via his Google Plus Account on 20 November This man versus machine-man is an interesting twist on similar struggles in, say, Battlestar Galactica or Bladerunner.


I couldn’t wait for it to wrap up. Twitter Tweets by dustinkirkland. Retrieved from ” https: Zeraus – please, please keep writing!!

Two, he spent too much time describing scenery and I found myself skipping lots of pages without loosing the story. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

Leinad Zeraus (Author of Daemon)

The story is set in an affluent but charming city of Thousand Oaks, California–a place that holds a significant presence in the Tech Coast. And darmon, seemingly not-nice things happen.

I learned a lot from this book and the technical facts were fed to me the reader in a way that I could understand them. I found myself exhausted in the end. Programs that moved money. English Choose a language for shopping. Views Read Edit View history.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Daemon – by Leinad Zeraus The ‘pirate’ manpage, Arrrgggghhhhh!

Get to Know Us. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. He left behind something that was scanning Dustin is zerauus active maintainer and contributor to many open source projectsincluding Byobu and eCryptFS. Definitely worth a read!


Intrepid Call for Testing: Hell, I couldn’t put it down. Some of that bidding is none too pretty. I cannot wait until the next book comes out to see where things go from the end of Daemon. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?

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However, the plot compensated for it all. I can’t wait to read his next one! I have a 24 year Unix background, but anyone who enjoys a good high tech fiction book should enjoy this. It was later picked up by the major publishing house Dutton and re-released on January 8, But sure, flipping some bits in software to launch an exploit and crash a few systems or a network is something I suppose we’ve become mildly used to.

Here’s my review without spoilers. Great job and thank you!!! Programs that recruited people. Who would think that a DEAD person can murder, read headlines, commit identity theft, hack computers, and carry out devious plots?