From New York Times reporter Matt Richtel comes a psychological thriller that establishes him as 'the bard of the iPod generation'.
Nat Idle, a San Francisco writer with a medical degree, narrowly survives an explosion in an internet cafe after a stranger hands him a note warning him to leave immediately. The handwriting is that of his dead girlfriend, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist whom he has been mourning obsessively. So begins HOOKED, a pop thriller for the Internet Age, written with the force of an adrenaline rush and the pace of an intimate email despatch you can't stop reading. Each chapter will keep you hooked as Nat searches for the love of his life in the midst of manipulation and conspiracy.
A very smart and engaging page-turner about the chaos of our present moment and the timeless qualities that make us human - David Liss, author The Conspiracy of Paper
If Michael Crichton and John Grisham decided to collaborate on a novel set in Silicon Valley, they might come up with a thriller as cutting-edge and suspenseful as HOOKED - Rupert Holmes, author Where The Truth Lies.