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by Jefferson Scott

  • ISBN: 0880708859
  • Category: Thriller & Mystery
  • Author: Jefferson Scott
  • Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Multnomah (March 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 333 pages
  • FB2 size: 1126 kb
  • EPUB size: 1346 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 208
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Jefferson Scott tackles the problem of artificial intelligence nicely in this book

Ships from and sold by Burnsy's Books. Jefferson Scott tackles the problem of artificial intelligence nicely in this book. Ethan Hamilton and his family are back, along with Special Agent Mike Gillette, and a few other secondary characters from [email protected] Eliminated. and out of their gameworlds. Only mahem can follow.

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Similar books to Virtually Eliminated (The Ethan Hamilton Cyberthrillers Book 1). Try Kindle Countdown Deals Explore limited-time discounted eBooks. I really enjoyed this book and can't wait to see what happens next, I am excited to see what unfolds. When I first read the description, I wasn't sure what I would think of the book, but there was a little bit of intrigue there that got me to get the book. I'm so glad that I did, I am excited to read the next book and I'm so glad that I didn't pass this one over.

Ethan Hamilton explores the source of the fatal power spikes. But when the deadly, self-proclaimed Patriot target Ethan's family, the investigation turns personal as Hamilton goes after the killer with a vengeance.

Virtually Eliminated book. Virtually Eliminated is a near-future technothriller in the tradition of In the Line of Fire and Snowcrash. A maniac bent on killing in the name of patriotism, a civilian expert with the only chance of stopping him, and the mind-stretching cat and mouse chase that takes them to the depths of the sea, to the craters of the moon, and to the very edge of the online universe. Virtually Eliminated is book 1 in the Ethan Hamilton series of near future cyberthrillers. Virtually Eliminated Terminal Logic Fatal Defect.

Ethan Hamilton Trilogy. Virtually Eliminated. Multnomah Publishers. Jefferson Scott In addition to this trilogy of techno-thrillers, Jefferson Scott has written magazine articles and scripts for songwriters and producers. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

Virtually Eliminated is a near-future technothriller in the tradition of In the Line of Fire and Snowcrash

Virtually Eliminated is a near-future technothriller in the tradition of In the Line of Fire and Snowcrash.

Fatal Defect is book 3 in the Ethan Hamilton trilogy The next trilogy I wrote was the Operation Firebrand trilogy of military thrillers, which begins with Operation Firebrand: Origin, which I hope you’ll try out.

Fatal Defect is book 3 in the Ethan Hamilton trilogy. I hope you’ve already read Virtually Eliminated and Terminal Logic, as this book will make a lot more sense if you have. Besides all that, I think the story holds up well. The next trilogy I wrote was the Operation Firebrand trilogy of military thrillers, which begins with Operation Firebrand: Origin, which I hope you’ll try out.

Fatal Defect (Ethan Hamilton Technothrillers Trilogy Virtually Eliminated (Ethan Hamilton Technothrillers Trilogy Jefferson Scott. Published by Multnomah.

Fatal Defect (Ethan Hamilton Technothrillers Trilogy Jefferson Scott. ISBN 10: 1576734528 ISBN 13: 9781576734520. Virtually Eliminated (Ethan Hamilton Technothrillers Trilogy Jefferson Scott. ISBN 10: 0880708859 ISBN 13: 9780880708852.

But aside from that, Jefferson Scott's writing is crisp and it holds your attention. The characters are well-developed, especially the lead, Ethan Hamilton. Scott also handled very well the task of communicating at times confusing computer terminology without the writing being sacrificed because of it. The antagonist of the story, "Patriot", was explained well, especially regarding his viewpoints. Scott set the trilogy up nicely at the end. All in all, "Virtually Eliminated" was a fun read.

Ethan Billy Hamilton (born 18 October 1998) is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for League One club Bolton Wanderers, on loan from Premier League club Manchester United. Hamilton began his career with Edinburgh-based club. Hamilton began his career with Edinburgh-based club Hutchison Vale, the same club that Darren Fletcher (who also later played for Manchester United) began his career at.

As the deadly, self-proclaimed "Patriot" stalks the virtual reality computer Net, only one man-virtual reality programmer and committed Christian Ethan Hamilton-has the professional expertise, conviction, and supernatural guidance to pursue the high-tech serial killer who uses seemingly-accidental cyberspace power-surges to eliminate his victims in the spiritual technothriller Virtually Eliminated.
Reviews about Virtually Eliminated (Ethan Hamilton Technothrillers Trilogy #1) (7):
CONVERSE
First, you must accept that this is fantasy. When I think of techno thriller, I generally think of something that is loosely based on possibilities even if extremely unlikely. That is not the case with this book. Accepting that, just enjoy it.

It is light reading. The characters aren't very deep, but they also are more than just one dimensional as they are in so many thrillers.

Although the ending was easily predictable at least a hundred pages beforehand, I still found myself turning the page; anxious to see exactly how it would get there.

The most notable aspect of the book is the portrayal of Christians. The book wasn't at all about Christianity. Some of the main characters happened to be Christians. It is so unusual to see characters partially defined by their religion without it being a part of the plot.
Voodoogore
Well I'm writing as Chad but I'm his son, Harley. I really was sucked into the book as if it was real, like I could walk in the lobby itself. He really took my early ideas of what virtual video games would be like, which made me love it even more. He really put the mood in when Patriot was explaining everything which made it seem that he's talking to me. I was just amazed at the story line and how he put the mood in everything, that I read it within two nights. I like how Ethan represents how a Christian should be like, in touch with God, loving his family, and still playing video game's ;).
Rageseeker
enjoying the virtual reality slant in this story even if reading this late the technology is a little dated but not the story line or courage. Techno readers will enjoy the tale
funike
Yes I love my book Virtually Eliminated. Thank you very much Amazon.
Cordaron
Remember when you decided to try something out, only to have it sorely let you down? That very well could have been the case on my 27th birthday, way back in 2002, because in a Christian book store, I couldn't find ANYTHING that was catching my interest, with the exception of 2 authors. One was the debut of Randy Singer, and he's one of my favorites. But another was "Operation Firebrand," by a guy named Jefferson Scott. What caught my eye was that it also said, "War is hell. That's why the world needs us." Well, kind of reluctantly, I decided to go with it. And when I did read it, it was an instant favorite. And I read the entire trilogy! I also knew that Scott had 3 other books with Ethan Hamilton as the main man. But the theme was virtual reality, and I didn't know if I could deal with that! To make a very long story short, I began reading some books from Marcher Lord Press authors. The founder of Marcher Lord Press happens to be Jeff Gerke, who wrote under the name Jefferson Scott way back when. And appreciating MLP authors and what they've done, I wanted to dive back into the old school Jefferson Scott that I had ignored over the years. Good call! "Virtually Eliminated" is only the beginning!

PS: Don't worry about this being the year 2005, because it is still worth the time and effort that was put into the creation of these titles.

Ethan Hamilton is a computer whiz, loves his video games, and his son, Jordon, loves what Dad loves! And because of virtual reality, a psycho who goes by the name of "Patriot," is on the loose, killing people at will, making them look quite accidental. Well, the FBI asks for Ethan's help, and while he may be reluctant, he has faith in a God who knows no limits.

Patriot has his stunts, and he isn't afraid to include Ethan's own family in the mix of mayhem. Even though the hunt is on, is Ethan compromising his own marriage to be the big hero? Or will electronics and computers be the downfall of the man who loves his technology?

This was written back in 1996, and when Jeff got going, he probably wasn't too far off with the technology he had going in this. And this is only the beginning, as this is a trilogy! This Christmas, I treated myself to all 3 of them, and am glad I did so, because the man who made Marcher Lord Press was just getting started back in 1996! Yeah. You go back and check this out? This is only the beginning! Check out what Marcher Lord Press has to offer, and see what Jeff Gerke has in store for Fantasy and Sci-Fi readers around the world! It is INCREDIBLE!!! Good thing that Ethan Hamilton and Operation Firebrand was merely the beginning.
Steamy Ibis
At first blush the idea of a Christian cyber-thriller may seem to be an oxymoron, but in the hands of Jefferson Scott, it's not. Scott's first novel, Virtually Eliminated (more correctly [email protected]) deftly blends page-turner excitement with serious spiritual issues.
The premise is a virtual reality programmer who finds himself on the trail of a cyberspace killer who calls himself Patriot. Patriot is using the computer networks to execute people he determines are acting against America's best interests. The "adventure" turns personal when Patriot goes after the protagonist through his son. From there, the chase is on through the twists and turns of the virtual web.
So where's the religious tie-in? Just this. What happens when you find that your hobby or special interest is taking first place over things that you know SHOULD come first (i.e. family, relationships, faith)? What happens when they become an addiction? That what Scott's protagonist wrestles with. His interest in his virtual world is pushing out his family and God. Finally, he has to make a choice. But what if disregarding the choice seems to be the best way to save his son?
Warning! Don't enter this book if you are unwilling to face your own "addictions" and life choices. If you do, you are reducing this to a great techno-thriller and missing out on some of the greatest satisfactions this book can offer. (And don't worry, Scott's religious messages are in no way "preachy" and work seemlessly into the narrative.)
[email protected] is a real page-turner and, quite possibly a life-changing experience (if you're willing to risk it). A great first novel from a very promising author.

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