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01-01-00: The Novel of the Millennium ➽ [Reading] ➿ 01-01-00: The Novel of the Millennium By R.J. Piñeiro ➲ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A powerful computer virus infecting the worlds computer systems is counting down to the turn of the millennium Susan Garnett, a senior analyst at the FBI s high tech crime unit, and Cameron Slater, an A powerful computer virus Novel of ePUB ¹ infecting the worlds computer systems is counting down to the turn of the 01-01-00: The eBook ê millennium Susan Garnett, a senior analyst at the FBI s high tech crime unit, and Cameron Slater, an The Novel of Epub â anthropologist, follow the viruss signal to a site of the ancient Maya, where they must solve riddles both ancient and new.


10 thoughts on “01-01-00: The Novel of the Millennium

  1. Ross Vincent Ross Vincent says:

    Back in the day, 2000 was something mysterious It was the start of something and people were afraid, since they werent sure WHAT it was.This book looks at one of the ideas the 01 01 00 was going to be the start of a new cycle in the Mayan calender butthan that, it could be a possible first contact with an ancient civilization outside our planet The book is dated it is over 20 years old but still an interesting read.


  2. Laura Laura says:

    meh


  3. Kristin Lundgren Kristin Lundgren says:

    This book, although written for the millennium, still is a good book Since we have a newly calculated doomsday theory ready for us this winter, I thought it would be fun to drag this one out of the box and read it It was sparked by a 01.01.00 marketing campaign, but the author is good, and keeps it to strictly a computer SF Mayan thriller As the millennium approaches, a computer virus starts attacking virtually all computers across the wold, shutting them down at the same time each night, sta This book, although written for the millennium, still is a good book Since we have a newly calculated doomsday theory ready for us this winter, I thought it would be fun to drag this one out of the box and read it It was sparked by a 01.01.00 marketing campaign, but the author is good, and keeps it to strictly a computer SF Mayan thriller As the millennium approaches, a computer virus starts attacking virtually all computers across the wold, shutting them down at the same time each night, starting about 20 days before the millennium, for 20 seconds, and each succeeding day one second less a countdown Meanwhile, astronomers in Chile have found a signal coming from a planet in a nearby system that appears to be real a SETI type signal And someone wants to learn what is at the ned of the computer virus, and or how to control or stop it, thus making themselves extremely rich and powerful, so they follow the FBI computer analyst who is trying to figure out what it means. So begins the frantic search for clues, locations, and eventually tying together all the loose threads in the middle of the Yucatan A bit touchy feely at the end, but then it is a millennium book I enjoyed it, and found the chase to be good, some interesting characters, with some gruesome scenes of death


  4. Brent Brent says:

    Audiobook.So I was interested in this as a Retro Throwback story to the Y2K issue back in 1999 The writing was rigid and stiff and had way too much code in it even for a Code writer The reader for those interested was one fo the worst narrators I ave ever listened to I kept to the end because the story was compelling in its own right mystery of a virus from space that is tied to the Ancient Mayans and how their math and binary line up was intriguing As soon as it started to get good, Audiobook.So I was interested in this as a Retro Throwback story to the Y2K issue back in 1999 The writing was rigid and stiff and had way too much code in it even for a Code writer The reader for those interested was one fo the worst narrators I ave ever listened to I kept to the end because the story was compelling in its own right mystery of a virus from space that is tied to the Ancient Mayans and how their math and binary line up was intriguing As soon as it started to get good, the author jumps to an epilogue and wraps everything up in a quick narration I can t believe I wasted so much time on this book Spare your self the trouble and just avoid it The Pros If someone can get crap like this published, maybe there really is a chance I can get my stuff published


  5. Jade Jade says:

    Educational It was a very interesting read, I learnt a lot about the Mayan culture which was fascinating Although the book was about the turn of the millinuem, the insight into Mayan society and culture was a big part of the book I liked how the book emphasizes the importance of our past, and the perservation of our history as our ancestors may haveknowledge to share than we expected.The book dragged at times with a little too much technical information that I couldn t understand, parti Educational It was a very interesting read, I learnt a lot about the Mayan culture which was fascinating Although the book was about the turn of the millinuem, the insight into Mayan society and culture was a big part of the book I liked how the book emphasizes the importance of our past, and the perservation of our history as our ancestors may haveknowledge to share than we expected.The book dragged at times with a little too much technical information that I couldn t understand, particularly when it came to hacking and computer science But it didn t hinder the story too much and if one can understand it, it would only enhance the story


  6. Shari Scott Shari Scott says:

    Okay this one was tough I loved the storyline taking place in Guatemala, but truly had to skim over the advanced computer descriptions and numerical explanations The Mayan civilization has always fascinated me, and the same goes for archaeology, so it was very much as if I was reading two books at the same timea text book and an adventure Don t let the date discourage you from reading this bookit is a good story regardless.


  7. geekboy42 geekboy42 says:

    About a techie FBI agent who takes on a case involving what seems to be the computer network virus of the millennium The technology covered is very believable and the story takes a few neat turns, but overall, it ended up seeming like a subtle new age religion work.


  8. Tom Pintong Tom Pintong says:

    starts a little weird, but it gets pretty decent It s too bad I didn t read it when the millenium actually came, since it would have added a bitexciement to the whole premise It gave me 5 seconds of hope for the human race at the end.


  9. Helen Helen says:

    I officially give up on this booklike 12 years later.Especially since I haven t owned this book for quite some time.


  10. Cyrus Douglas Vincent Cyrus Douglas Vincent says:

    Terrible Irredeemably awful.


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