✅ Buzz Kill PDF / Epub ⚣ Author David Sosnowski – Addwebsites.info

✅ Buzz Kill PDF / Epub ⚣ Author David Sosnowski – Addwebsites.info TWO YOUNG HACKERS WITH THE BRAINS TO SAVE THE WORLD OR AT LEAST CHANGE IT WHAT CAN GO WRONG Pandora Lynch Lives In Alaska With Her Single Dad, An Online Therapist For Silicon Valley S Brightest And Cagiest Homeschooled By Computer And A Self Taught Hacker, Pandora Is About To Enter High School To Learn How To Be Normal That S The Plan At LeastNorCal Runaway, George Jedson, Is A Hacker Too One Who Leaves The Systems He Attacks Working Better Than Before After Being Scooped Up By A Social Media Giant, Will George Go Legit Or Pull Off The Biggest Hack Ever Not Even His Therapist Knows For Sure, But Maybe The Headshrinker S DaughterAfter Meeting In Cyberspace, The Two Young Hackers Combine Their Passions To Conceive A Brainchild Named BUZZ Can This Baby AI Learn To Behave, Or Will It Be Like Its Parents And Think Outside The Box With A Hilarious And Deeply Empathetic Narrative Voice, This Elegiac And Unapologetically Irreverent Novel Is Both Humorous And Tragic Without Ever Taking Itself Too Seriously

10 thoughts on “Buzz Kill

  1. Bradley Bradley says:

    This novel punches a lot of my buttons and tweaks a lot of my pet mental projects in a great way, but surprisingly so I simply chose it on Netgalley based on the cover Shame on me, right It looked funny.So what did I get Some good humor Yes But this is almost incidental to the main plot Indeed, the main point is about some rather serious topics from dementia to suicide to the very nature of consciousness and cutti

  2. Faith Faith says:

    This book is a prequel to Happy Doomsday which I haven t read It s definitely not necessary to read the previous book first, but I suggest that you pay attention to the prologue of this book This book is about 2 teenaged hackers, who never meet face to face, but join to create the AI named Buzz George Jedson is hired by Quire, a social media company, to develop an AI that can prevent suicides by its users Pandora Lynch is

  3. Mike Mike says:

    This was a difficult one to rate, and I finally went with my gut the three star rating partly reflects the fact that it was such a downer, which is not to my taste The title turned out to be accurate in a couple of ways that took me unpleasantly by surprise, though it s not like I wasn t warned at all I just kept hoping it would turn out better than it was threatening to I ve read a few books now in the genre you might call conte

  4. Henry Lazarus Henry Lazarus says:

    David Sosnowski is an interesting author whose first novel is one of my favorite books His current tale is a dark Buzz Kill hard from 47 North in which the ending is shown by the prologue Sixteen year old George Jedson had been hacking and living in the San Francisco public library when he hacked the autonomous car of tech billionaire Because his hack actually improved the car s software, he is hired The company is looking for a solution

  5. Chris Chris says:

    David Sosnowski can write rings around a lot of contemporary authors and he has a knack for making you really feel and want to hang out with his characters and he proves that once again to the prequel of the wildly entertaining Happy Doomsday The problem is, that while the characters are engaging, they don t really do anything There s a ton of exposition and obviously a ton of research went into this book but, man, it s dull I found myself skipp

  6. Pamela Carroll Pamela Carroll says:

    I was given a copy of this book in return for an honest review After reading other reviews, they seem to mostly cover the plot so I won t repeat what others have already thoroughly done I will get to the point the review I have to admit that the first several chapters were slow for me Perhaps the author purposely introduced us to the characters and their situations slowly in order to keep us grounded and ready for the roller coaster ride which is the ma

  7. Niki Niki says:

    I m gonna jump into the meat of this review headfirst, if you don t mind I think the book deserves it.There are precisely two 2 reasons the book didn t get a full 5 stars from me one istechnical, and it may even be fixed already since I read an ARC the editing The book keeps repeating itself a lot, re describing things we just had narrated to us a few pages ago like it s new information, or rehashing the same information but worded slightly different Also, the

  8. Liz (Quirky Cat) Liz (Quirky Cat) says:

    I received a copy of Buzz Kill through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review Buzz Kill is the latest novel from David Sosnowski You probably recognize the insanely bright colors used on his covers Marketed as a hilarious read about hackers, this novel is as creative as it is quirky Amazing or dreadful things can happen when two hackers put their heads together At least, that is the case for Pandora Lynch and George Jedson Together these two are about to cr

  9. Elli (Kindig Blog) Elli (Kindig Blog) says:

    Two hackers join forces to help stop social media led suicide rates but how do you teach an AI about the value of human life and how to preserve it Buzz Kill really intrigued me by its blurb but ended up confusing me in its execution The first 30% I found a weird mixture of amusing and sad I enjoyed learning about Pandora and her father Roger and I found the description of her and her school life quite funny in places We then learn about her grandmother Gladys who is suffering

  10. Will Blosser Will Blosser says:

    In the vein of WarGames and 2001 A Space Odyssey, David Sosnowski s latest novel Buzz Kill takes a good look at Artificial Intelligence and asks what could possibly go wrong Though separated by several thousand miles, the main characters George and Pandora are linked by circumstance and team up to create an AI capable of recognizing and preventing suicide Together, the two explore concepts from plant consciousness to the ethics of hacking for the greater good to what it means for a pe

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