Cybernation (Tom Clancy's Net Force, #6) by Steve Perry

Cybernation (Tom Clancy's Net Force, #6)

In the year 2010, computers are the new superpowers. Those who control them control the world. To enforce the Net Laws, Congress creates the ultimate computer security agency within the FBP the Net Force.When web service is disrupted across the world, a new nation makes its presence known. Terrorists from a virtual country called CyberNation have taken the web hostage. Their demands: worldwide recognition and rights for their "citizens." Though t...

Details Cybernation (Tom Clancy's Net Force, #6)

TitleCybernation (Tom Clancy's Net Force, #6)
Release DateNov 1st, 2001
GenreFiction, Thriller

Reviews Cybernation (Tom Clancy's Net Force, #6)

  • Joe
    Worst book I've ever read. In the future (2010) everything can be had virtually including sex and beer, and one need not venture from the home office to partake or to conduct criminal investigations. Alright, it has been awhile since I have read the book so I may not have a completely accurate representation, but this is where I started to become leery of the author franchise. I'm still not quite sure how it works. I would expect "Tom Clancy" to ...
  • Alain DeWitt
    I won't spend too much time on this since this book was so bad. Clearly the Net Force series (and presumably OpCenter and the other Clancy franchises) is meant to be a cash cow. My guess is that Clancy probably pays a flat fee to some writer trying to break in, puts his name at the top with an apostrophe s and then pockets all the royalties. The result? A book that suffers from all Clancy's shortcomings without any of the redeeming qualities. The...
  • Kerri
    I didn't realize that this book was part of a series where the same characters had a different adventure/mission in each book. It might have made more sense initially to read the others first and know more about the characters; but, the characters were so one-dimensional that more time wouldn't have brought more depth anyway. There were just so many characters that it was occasionally hard to keep track of who was who.The plot was pretty basic, I...
  • Rachel
    At this point in the series, the real date is catching up quickly to the date in the books, and what used to be sf is becoming current fiction. Because Perry made some unfortunate guesses about 2010, this book and the last involve a fair amount of backpedaling frantically to justify the technological advances that seemed reasonable back in 1995. Plus, he and Clancy were behind the curve in other areas, and he does a better job of bringing some of...
  • AndrewP
    Book 6 in the series. Not as good as the first couple but this one, and the previous, one were somewhat better than volumes #3 and #4. Even though this was only written in 2001 it's amazing how some of our current technology has caught up with the 'futuristic' technology in this book. Super secret government communications devices with built in cameras and GPS.. Ha ha yeah.. we all have that now. Cybernation kind of misses the mark because it is...
  • Martin
    Vono je to furt stejný... :) Ale pořád se to dobře čte! Netuším, proč tomu tak je, ale jako relax funguje tahle série skvěle. Už 5x použité schéma - padouch, průser, tápání Net Force, slepé uličky, náhodná chyba, správná cesta a útočný tým to zachrání :) Jasně, furt to samé, ale strašně skvěle se to čte. Za mě opět 4/5 - zraje to jak víno a ani po několikátém opakování nenudí. Jo, začal jsem chodit na...
  • Paul
    Not a Tom Clancy book, merely his Net Force concept written by someone else. A pretty ho-hum book that just meandered from start to finish. The plot could have made for a pretty good story but it simply wasn't developed well and the sub-plots came across as filler rather than adding anything to the book. A quick ending read like it was thrown together to meet a deadline rather an exciting, thriller with a big bang ending. A disappointment but I'l...
  • Saeed Halim
    I've read all the tom clancy net force books but this by far was the, out of all the books that tom as written the net force series isn't that popular among lot of people but its still a good book. i mean it doesn't have to be popular to be good look at twilight its poplar but its still really horrible and gay
  • Grada (BoekenTrol)
    I started to read this book, before the one who bought it. But... I did not finish it, because I did not like it. For some reason this book did not catch me. Maybe because it is too technical, or because the contents is something I can hardly imagine. I put it aside again and probably will not try it again.
  • Philidine
    Le plus mauvais de la série Net Force. Malgré une idée de départ intéressante, l’histoire s’enfonce vite dans le ridicule et l’inaction. Les ennemis sont ridicules, caricaturaux, prévisibles. La fin est affligeante.
  • Krissie
    In the year 2010, computers are the new superpowers. Those who control them control the world. To enforce the Net Laws, Congress creates the ultimate computer security agency within the FBP the Net Force.
  • David
    The book is so boring and not worth reading.
  • Elyse
    Not my favorite of the series. Too much focus on lots of minute detail about individual characters (including villains), and not enough complex probing of character development or the plot itself.
  • Anthony Messina
    This one was just ok, but getting through the whole series has been fun. Just a few more to go.
  • M.G.
    One of the more interesting books in the Net Force franchise. I particularly enjoyed the showdown between Roberto Santos and Alex Michaels.
  • Bruce Gleba
    Nice read - not typical Clancy with ton's of detailed facts so this one reads well. Good plot
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  • Joyce McKune
    I'm going to finish the series, but ya know "who done it" to soon. The best part of this series is how the team interacts with each other both professionally and personally.