Hacker by Ted Dekker
"One Fragile moment - that's all it takes for a life to be unmade, to shatter into a million pieces that will never fit together the same way." Nyah Parks is a brilliant hacker who makes a living getting past the world's larges corporation's firewall. But when the biggest job of her career goes wrong, she finds herself in a dangerous situation, that could cost her life and the life of those she loves. Hacker (288 pgs, Worthy Publishing, June 10, 2014) is the 3rd in the Outlaw Chronicles by Ted Dekker. I received this ARC through NetGalley. It is my first book to read of Ted Dekker, but I have heard great things about his books. I have been a scared to read them, because I've heard that they can be graphic. I always thought it strange for a Christian book to be graphic, but then again I always thought that Christian Music was just hymms, until I listened to P.O.D. The cool thing about this book being the (so far) last book of the Outlaw Chronicle series is that I didn't need to have read the other books to understand what was going on in the story. I really liked the characters and the pace of everything as well. There were some parts that seemed to drag a little, like when they talked about medical terms for a little long than I thought necessary. It also, got a little preachy, but it was well placed for the story, and did not make it seem forced. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for something different, yet not dystopian.