Title: Playing With Fire
Series: Hacker, #1
Length: 6 hours and 15 minutes
Genre: Young Adult Science Fiction
Date published: December 6, 2015
One brilliant young hacker.
One experimental government aircraft.
One chance to keep it all from going up in flames.
Still recovering from her troubled past, Farris is no stranger to change. But when the military transfers her father across the country to an experimental aircraft squadron, settling in to a new life is the least of her problems. As a series of apparent computer glitches threaten the security of the fleet and the blame falls on her father, she decides to put her computer skills to use digging up the truth. Soon she’s drawn into the perilous world of a hacker who is determined to ground the fleet—at any cost.
When all signs lead to someone close to her as the mastermind, Farris will have to burn more than bridges to get to the truth. She will have to risk her fragile new life to uncover the identity of the cyber criminal before they can escalate from harmless tampering… to all out murder.
Already knowing what was going to happen well in advance, it made this much that much more enjoyable. I caught a few things I didn't my first go round... so that's a thing.
One thing that really amused me about Moira Todd is how much she reminded me of Velma from Scooby Doo. I have no idea if that was intentional, but it fits Farris so much – her being a computer genius and whatnot.
I think she really brought out the story in a positive light. There were parts of the ebook that annoyed me a bit when I read them, but it felt more acceptable while I listened to the audio version.
I do hope Moira Todd is going to narrate the second book, In Too Deep, as well.