You can download the list here.
You can also vote on Goodreads to make Cyberwar one of the Best of the Best titles on Stevo’s Book Reviews On the Internet for February 2016 here.
Stevo’s Book Reviews On the Internet collects the Best of the Best titles in a monthly Listopia entry (and on the page for each book) at Goodreads.com: https://www.goodreads.com/list/user_votes/41770671-stevo-brock.
As of September, Stevo started a “Business Book of the Week” feature, on his site and on Goodreads. As the former manager of Microsoft Network’s Books and Reading Community, he has a large following of book fans who read the monthly list of recommended books on my Delphiforums.com website (the most recent list is at http://forums.delphiforums.com/stevo1/start). The list has proven to be a valuable resource to not only book lovers, but by the acquisitions departments at academic and public libraries, and bookstores (both online and brick-and-mortar). Pageviews are running at over 250,000/month.
He is currently concentrating on the list, which will include sections for nonfiction, fiction, and children’s books. Each will be preceded by a section for best books in each category.
Cyberwar is a book from Pentian, an imprint of Lantia, is in stores! Get it in hardcover, as well as softcover, and eBook (Kindle, Nook,iBooks) wherever books are sold.
When hackers seize the world governments everything changed for all of humanity. A new sense of hope arrived in the streets and young people everywhere embraced the new world order. However, what appeared to be a new found freedom soon turned out to be a new tyranny far worse than anything they imagined.
William Waltz formed part of the new elite that guarded the regime, that is, until the regime turned on him.
R.J. Huneke has spent years researching for his latest sci-fi thriller Cyberwar. A longtime writer and columnist, Huneke has interviewed cyber security professionals, carefully examined advances in science (including robotics and artificial intelligence) and compiled modern day speculations on technology and spun them into an electrifying journey into a dystopian society dominated by cybernetic hackers. His extensive knowledge on cyber warfare, robotics, and political protest, as well as his strong female protagonist are what set the riveting story apart.