Virtually Maria (Virtual Trilogy) Paperback – 4 Feb 2008
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"Virtually Maria" - A gripping, action packed, tautly plotted thriller . . ." -- Publishing News, August 1998
. . . a very slick fish in the growing pool of cyberthrillers . . .
. . . irrepressible and surprisingly irresistible . . . -- RTE Guide, September 18, 1998
. . . brilliantly conceived, exquisitely executed and eminently readable . . . -- Commuting Times, September 8, 1998
. . . published to great critical acclaim . . . -- Ireland on Sunday, September 27, 1998
...a taughtly plotted thriller . . .Virtually Maria will not fail you . . . -- Irish News - Belfast, Irish News, Belfast, August 3, 1998
From the Publisher
Minutely researched and skillfully plotted, the first edition of "Virtually Maria" sold almost 10,000 copies in its first printing and was selected as "Book of the Month" by the Easons book chain. It has been translated into Russian, where it is currently in its second edition under the publishing giant ACT.
Revised and updated, "Virtually Maria" is now available along with the two remaining volumes of the Virtual Trilogy, from Spindrift Press, Dublin.See all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
Joyce's first novel is ambitious and full of interesting ideas. No surprising plot twists or un-expected double crosses, but there is a determined attempt to compensate with some smooth set-pieces, the best of which is a multi-helicopter air-battle/dual over the River Nile.
The perfect, sandy holiday read
A very good read for that rainy weekend when you feel like solving a few other peoples problems
A really enjoyable book which I keep re-reading
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You won't want to put this down .. and you'll also buy the remaining books in the trilogy .. and the next novel. Pass this name along!Published on 17 April 2012 by daisydaydream
This and its follow up "A matter of time" have left me in such suspence that 4 years later I am still waiting for the third book. Read morePublished on 19 Feb. 2007 by Killian Deasy
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