Suri Five

Jacob Whaler Nancy Browning

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Suri Five

Suri Five A Monster Lurks Inside Suri Consumed with grief and rage at the death of her mother Suri channels her anger into a mysterious virtual reality war zone called the Game where she quickly rises to the t

  • Title: Suri Five
  • Author: Jacob Whaler Nancy Browning
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Monster Lurks Inside Suri Consumed with grief and rage at the death of her mother, Suri channels her anger into a mysterious virtual reality war zone called the Game where she quickly rises to the top A covert government unit is watching Using a deep copy of Suri s brain, they build Five, the optimum artificial intelligence The Ultimate Killer As the digital embodi A Monster Lurks Inside Suri Consumed with grief and rage at the death of her mother, Suri channels her anger into a mysterious virtual reality war zone called the Game where she quickly rises to the top A covert government unit is watching Using a deep copy of Suri s brain, they build Five, the optimum artificial intelligence The Ultimate Killer As the digital embodiment of the monster inside Suri, Five is the perfect weapon for the cyberwar with China But when Five is unleashed online, she slips off her chains, turns against her creators and, with all of Suri s rage boiling inside, vows to annihilate humankind.Only Suri can stop Five But will she Scroll up and grab a copy today.

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    1. Todd Simpson on said:

      I really enjoyed reading this book. It was captivating, dark and gritty, and very well written. Jacob Whaler has done a magnificent job of taking me away to another world, with a plot that thoroughly kept my interest throughout the book. Suri still feels the pain of losing her mum, and she pretty much hates everyone. Except her little brother Tommy, who is one of the smartest people she knows. It continues to amaze her that he doesn’t kill and will only fight with bamboo sticks when they are p [...]

    2. Alicia Huxtable on said:

      Unlike anything I've read before in this genred it was fantastic!!! The characters were so well thought out and written as was the storyline. Sucks you in completely right from the first word and it's a bit like quicksand, you might want to get out but you can'tuntil your finished. But even then, it feels like you should still be reading more

    3. Charles Ray on said:

      After her mother died, Suri allowed herself to be consumed by anger at everyone and everything, except her brother, Tommy, with whom she submerges herself in the Game, an interactive battle simulation that they are both expert at. What she doesn’t know until too late is that a secret government agency has designed the Game to identify and recruit fighters for the not-so-secret cyber war between the US and China. They make a copy of Suri’s brain, from which they construct an AI replica, Suri [...]

    4. Royce Sears on said:

      I was contacted by the author and asked to review this novel. Suri Five addresses Artificial Intelligence, a topic that I thoroughly enjoy, and it happens to be a major theme in the novel I just recently finished writing. The author uses the idea of making a digital copy of a human brain in order to obtain true duplication of human intelligence. The model for the AI is based on a teenage girl, Suri, who excels in a virtual reality world known as The Game. I found Suri Five to be a curious style [...]

    5. Patiscynical on said:

      TediousThe main character is a thoroughly unpleasant high school senior who constantly plays a mesh (internet) game. She is a bully, dull as ditch water, and has no redeeming qualities. This book is set mainly inside the Game, and to me, reading about someone playing a game is infinitely boring. I'd rather play than read about someone else playing.Results: I can't finish this. I made it to chapter 8, but I feel I'm just wasting time.

    6. Charles Daniel on said:

      What happens when the U.S. build an Artificial Intelligence based on the mind of an eighteen year old bully girl?To make matters worse, we weaponised the AI. Then we anger it. This is the premise of _Sufi Five_. This novel is one of the better Dystopian AI novels I've ever read; which puts it on par with _2001: A Space Odyssey_, _When H.A.R.L.I.E. Was One_, and Asimov's Robotics novels--at least in my opinion.

    7. Sydnie Laura on said:

      HmmA really good book. Ended with heart break and chills. Not gonna lie: I wanted Suri to kill the B-guy (can’t spell his name for my life) and then I wanted her to, not destroy the world, but take control and pretty much conquer it- change the government force people to live the right way, Tommy’s way. But I’m just a raging spiteful bitch like that. I don’t think I could’ve stopped myself.

    8. Jolie on said:

      Suri Five is a fast paced cyber punk/dystopian/science fiction book about what happens when the government creates an AI who becomes self-aware and starts to wreak havoc on the world. Their only hope is the rage filled teenager whose brain they illegally copied to make the AI.**********************************I am going to start by saying this had to have been one of the best cyberpunk/dystopian books that I have read to date. The book sucks you in and then takes you on a wild ride following Sur [...]

    9. Grady on said:

      ‘Men have become the tools of their tools.’ — Henry David ThoreauAuthor Jacob Whaler has lived and worked in New York City, Tokyo and Los Angeles, but now keeps his writing station secret. He states ‘I have experienced the power of words in my own life, and my belief in that power to fire our imaginations and lift our minds to new heights pushes me to write. In my professional life, I've used words to build meaning into arcane corporate documents that control the flow of hundreds of mill [...]

    10. Jill on said:

      China and the Unites States divided the world and are not at war. Suri is one of the best Game players. Now instead of a game, her actions become real as she agrees to cross the DMZ to attack China to save her brother Tommy from the deadly game. Along the way, she finds some unexpected help. The plot weaves gaming with artificial intelligence with politics. The book is appropriate for junior and high school students. There are some grammatical errors, but the errors might be appropriate consider [...]

    11. Chessy The Cat on said:

      An Artificial Intelligence With An AttitudeSuri is a high school senior with a lot of anger that she has been feeding since the death of her mother six years ago. Her 12-year old brother, Tommy, joins her regularly playing a virtual reality Mesh game. They are two of the best players. A clandestine government agency has been studying their tactics and want to use a model of Suri’s brain to fight the cyber war with China. Will Suri agree? Will she be able to protect Tommy from this agency? How [...]

    12. Linda Romer on said:

      Suri Five by Jacob Whaler -Men have become the tools of their tools-Henry David ThoreauI loved Suri Five. This book is a gamers dream. I'm not much of a gamer, but I am a lover of Science Fiction. This book has plenty of both. I enjoy the thought pattern of this Author. I have read a few of his books and loved them all, this one as well. He pulls you into the story and you feel like your playing the game. I really enjoyed the characters in this novel. Suri for sure was my favorite, I could even [...]

    13. 10914 Reviews (Britny) on said:

      Suri Five completely broke my heart. This was a long, intense, action-packed, and captivating read. I was initially confused for the first few chapters of the book. It was more of being thrown into a new world and needing to adjusting right away, but once I kind of figured everything out, I was able to get right into the story. The ending is absolutely mind blowing! I actually thought I could predict the ending and that it would be much different than it turned out to be. Boy, was I wrong! SHOCK [...]

    14. Catey on said:

      Great Read!Interesting premise and story! Really enjoyed this. Clever title too - how did I miss that? Would like to know/read Richard's story

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