Cyberstorm is a science fiction novel by Canadian author Matthew Mather. It follows Mike Mitchel, a resident of New York City, who is trying to keep his family together when he is thrust into new problems of staying alive. A massive snowstorm strikes the East Coast of the United States during an unknown cyber attack from. First off, it's a very well-written disaster story so if you love catastrophe flicks and novels, you'll absolutely love Cyberstorm. But that's not what's important. The author fills the book with so much love and understanding it raises the genre to a totally new level. Basically, Cyberstorm answers one sole question: what would. Editorial Reviews. Review. "Terrifyingly realistic--this book haskept me up late saying, 'Just one more chapter '" - Mercedes Meyer, Amazon Vine Voice top 50Reviewer. "So great, I wish I'd come up with it myself " - HUGH HOWEY, author of Wool(praise for Atopia series). "The plausible nightmare scenario in this story.
CyberStorm [Matthew Mather] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The incredibly realistic story of one family's struggle to survive the destruction of New York in a massive terror attack. Million-copy bestseller now in development for film by 20th Century Fox. "I couldn't put it down shows how dangerous. 20 Feb “CyberStorm is such a page turner!” – Adria Fraser, book reviewer for Amazing Stories. “The plausible nightmare scenario absolutely terrifies me.” – Jeremey Bray, book reviewer for Global Geek News. “A chilling prophecy well written.” – Ian Peterson, book reviewer for Sci-Fi Readers. “A riveting account. 9 Sep In spite of the volume and sophistication of recent cyber-attacks, there are still plenty of folks who scoff at the notion of “cyberwar.” It is not unusual for military types to assume the role of doubting Thomas by dismissing cyber-attacks as “ weapons of mass disruption.” They go on sarcastic quips saying that a.
5 Dec It's pretty safe to say we all take technology for granted these days. It controls all our communications, utilities and for some people, daily life down the most minute detail. We've become so dependent on technology we could soon be nearing a point where we can't live without it. But what if we had to?. 15 Aug You're going along with your life, happy as a clam, and things begin to go wrong. Check out CyberStorm by Matthew Mather reviewed at 3 Mar A Bad Ass Book Review of CYBERSTORM BY MATTHEW MATHER I picked up CyberStorm on whim when I saw an advertisement for it in an email. The premise of the book sounded interesting, modern and relevant. As I read on, these became even more apparent and I wasn't let down. For some who.