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Terror Byte by [Park, J. R.]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 9271 KB
  • Print Length: 174 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00NU69YSK
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #164,107 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Explosive techno-horror which is beautifully written. Absolute edge of the seat story about the ultimate in destructive computer virus.
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Following the highly troubled Detective Norton as he attempts to unravel an initially simple case, things soon take a turn for the worse when a dark conspiracy begins to unfold. As the mystery deepens he’s equally aided and thwarted by amoral groups and characters all with their own agenda, while trying to maintain his own tenuous grip on reality.

The book has a wonderful Neo-Noir horror setting that’s dark, gritty and ostensibly atmospheric. Part Phillip K. Dick and part Guy N. Smith, brilliant balancing sci-fi and horror tropes into a fresh package.

A great debut from the author and with talent and skill displayed in this novella it’s a worthy addition to any dark fiction fan’s bookshelf. Highly recommended.
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This worthy first novel is an exciting and magnificently crafted book dealing with the horror of the computer age and the vulnerability that we find ourselves in if the right programme is used against us.

Starting out with a bang, the story reluctantly slows down to perpetrate a background of a main character that is flawed. His another stance suits the novel well but at times though sometimes pacing slows up at the mid point.

It is part espionage thriller and horror given it a language and knack its very own. It is interesting read as its the authors first novel which show. It is well worth the read and to see a gifted author who has a great future.

His take on the genre is fresh and exciting though compared to Punch and Upon Waking. This just slightly pales in comparison.

Saying that this is very enjoyable and I highly recommend to see a the birth of a truly great writer.
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I don’t typically gravitate to the horror genre, of the opinion that you get bucket loads of gratuitous gore and violence at the expense of characters and a plot. Not true of Terror Byte. Instead, readers are presented with a superb blend of bloody gore with thrilling mystery. The characters and story are clearly well thought out, engaging and succinctly composed – all-in-all presenting the reader with a compelling page turner. As this is the author’s debut novel I’ve given Terror Byte a good 4 star rating. I’m saving the elusive 5th star for Park’s subsequent novels which I’m really looking forward to reading.
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What a fantastic read - It feels more like a screen play than a novel - its simplicity in plot (still with plenty of very cool twists!) and clever use of familiar locations and subject matter (over reliance on technology/privacy issues/encroachment of civil liberties/abuse of authority) makes this book so refreshing its scary! It will certainly keep you entertain and would make a fantastic movie (with plenty of good action scenes and loads of gore!).
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The story pulls you in gently at first, before full on dragging you face first through car chases, a deadly femme fatale and a malicious and twisted computer virus. Truly a horror tale for the modern digital age, by the last sentence you will have switched off all of your electrical gadgets and buried your phone in the garden.

J.R. Park creates a creeping sense of doom which propels the story forwards, a thoroughly excellent debut.
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A great quick horror/thriller from Justin Park. I liked this a lot. It was original and fast-paced straight from the get go. I don't know weather calling the police officer Norton was on purpose in this cyber-horror, but extra points for that. If you can imagine The Ring mixed with Jason Bourne you might get an idea if this book is for you. Some gruesome moments and action packed scenes means 4 stars from this reader.
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J.R. Park wrings horror from the techno age with Terror Byte, a story about a rogue computer program with the power to kill. Fast-paced, action-packed, intricately plotted and filled with technological paranoia, Terror Byte is a great read for thriller, crime and horror fans. The scenes are written so effectively the book played like a movie in my mind, a very smart, sharp movie. Highly recommended.
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