Girl Gone Viral – book review


Girl Gone Viral

by Arvin Ahmadi

Published by; Penguin Random House

Published on May 21st, 2019

Girl Gone Viral

What would you do if your loved one disappeared, leaving behind a cryptic note, in a day and age where technology ruled the world? For seventeen year old Opal Hopper, a genius coder, she sets out to win a contest ran by WAVE, the biggest virtual reality platform the world has ever seen. The winner gets the chance to meet the billionare who worked closely with her father, her father who disappeared without a trace.

Girl Gone Viral is an epic tale of computer coding, virtual reality and plenty of hacker status. First and foremost, the cover is so absolutely stunning, it just begs to be picked up and devoured. And devour is just what I did. Ladies and Gents, I give you Warcross meets The Circle. Think cyberpunk…ahh that glorious word. Hi-tech low-life…

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