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What started out so amazingly, fell right down midway Reece Hirsch s Black Nowhere really does start juicy we have a twenty five year old man creating a black market for drugs and weapons sales, with a FBI hacker following his every move Black Nowhere starts off distant but it s interpreted as dark and mysterious, however after halfway through the novel, we still have little to no characterization of the main character I felt distant throughout the story and once the mystery faded, it was What started out so amazingly, fell right down midway Reece Hirsch s Black Nowhere really does start juicy we have a twenty five year old man creating a black market for drugs and weapons sales, with a FBI hacker following his every move Black Nowhere starts off distant but it s interpreted as dark and mysterious, however after halfway through the novel, we still have little to no characterization of the main character I felt distant throughout the story and once the mystery faded, it was hard to care any about anything Give this book a try if the synopsis in the comments intrigues you, but just know that you ll never get really deep into anything RATING 3 stars, PUB 9 1 Don t waste your time on this fictionalized version of American Kingpin The Epic Hunt for the Criminal Mastermind Behind the Silk Road by Nick Bilton The real life story is farcaptivating and enjoyable. Did you say FBI And cybercriminals Yes, you did If you know anything about me you ll know that with this setup, I m all in A multibillion dollar black market is running online Special Agent Lisa Tanchik is tasked with trying to find who s running the scheme and shut them down She s a master of online discuses and personas She ll have to pose as a criminal to find an even bigger one.This is a dual POV read and I sincerely enjoyed the back and forth I found Black Nowhere to be a compelling Did you say FBI And cybercriminals Yes, you did If you know anything about me you ll know that with this setup, I m all in A multibillion dollar black market is running online Special Agent Lisa Tanchik is tasked with trying to find who s running the scheme and shut them down She s a master of online discuses and personas She ll have to pose as a criminal to find an even bigger one.This is a dual POV read and I sincerely enjoyed the back and forth I found Black Nowhere to be a compelling read for fans of the genreFollow us onTwitter Facebook Pinterest BookBabblers Instagram Engrossing cybercrime thriller pitting a young female FBI agent against the founder of a dark web commerce site Both lead characters are well defined and based on reality, not superheroes or super villains, and their plot moves actually make sense Looking forward to reading the next book in the series Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Two and half starsA fictionalized account of the take down of Ross Ulbrict founder of the dark website, Silk Road, this book fails to add anything worthwhile to the mix Since this is labeled, Lisa Tanchik 1 , presumable this is meant as an introduction to a new series lead Sadly, Lisa Tanchik is a complete non entity We are told at the start that she deals with hereditary depression with pills and alcohol and brags about getting into the FBI anyway because although they knew about the depre Two and half starsA fictionalized account of the take down of Ross Ulbrict founder of the dark website, Silk Road, this book fails to add anything worthwhile to the mix Since this is labeled, Lisa Tanchik 1 , presumable this is meant as an introduction to a new series lead Sadly, Lisa Tanchik is a complete non entity We are told at the start that she deals with hereditary depression with pills and alcohol and brags about getting into the FBI anyway because although they knew about the depression they didn t know about her alcohol and drug problem How she managed to pass a drug screening, we are not told, but then again maybe they don t have those in this fictionalized agency which is desperate for anyone who knows about computers and is staffed by a bunch of clueless morons who would never be able to deal with cyber crime if not for the one woman show that is Lisa.Lisa mechanically goes through the motions of following the cookie crumbs, pretty much all on her own If she suffers from her depression or addiction, it is not something that is ever shared with the reader Her prey, Nate Fallon, is a little bitnuanced However his supposed brilliance is hidden away as we never learn how exactly he manages to pull this off all on his own The existence of his own shipping hubs, was particularly perplexing The second half of the book is somewhat amusing with a cat and mouse game aspect to it, but the view is from a hundred miles up It often came across as disjointed, as all of what would be the most difficult pieces to pull off are simply skipped over Characters are randomly introduced as needed for the plot then just as quickly forgotten It felt rather like reading a series of random newspaper articles about an event and trying to piece together what happened I couldn t help but feel that the reader is learning about stuff right along with the author who had to take a break at the end of each chapter to check to see what happened in the real world case of Silk Road so that he could try to change it up just enough to not get sued The only thing this book sparked in me was a desire to read American Kingpin The Epic Hunt for the Criminal Mastermind Behind the Silk Road Nate Fallon is an idealist who believes everyone is entitled to buy drugs without government interference To that end he has set up Kyte, an experimental marketplace on the Dark Web, where illegal drugs are bought and sold Kyte is well planned and has made drug sales very cost effective Nate is making a lot of money, but the FBI are on to him and so are the big cartels FBI special agent Lisa Tanchik is an expert in cybercrime with a detailed knowledge of the Dark Web An anonymous message on Nate Fallon is an idealist who believes everyone is entitled to buy drugs without government interference To that end he has set up Kyte, an experimental marketplace on the Dark Web, where illegal drugs are bought and sold Kyte is well planned and has made drug sales very cost effective Nate is making a lot of money, but the FBI are on to him and so are the big cartels FBI special agent Lisa Tanchik is an expert in cybercrime with a detailed knowledge of the Dark Web An anonymous message on one of the boards leads her to a link for Kyte and as she scrolls through, the scale of the operation and incredible amount of money changing hands begins to register Using her online alter ego, Rodrigo, she signs up.The story is told from the perspectives of Lisa and Nate, as she works to infiltrate Kyte and Nate realises his foray into the dangerous world of drug dealing is getting out of hand inways than one Libertarianism and the prospect of unimaginable wealth can make a person do things they wouldn t have believed themselves capable of A lengthy prison sentence becomes the least of Nate s worries.Black Nowhere is well written and the technical aspect isn t too confusing although I know next to nothing about the Dark Web, except that it exists The pace is steady as we follow Lisa s attempts to gain Nate s trust through their online personas, leading toaction in the second half of the book Nate has an inflated ego, not recognising or accepting what he s doing is harmful to others, and not only those who buy the drugs His character seems to bedeveloped than Lisa.I didn t really feel I got to know Lisa, except for the fact she s passionate about her job She suffered a devastating personal loss and her black dog is clinical depression She relies on alcohol to cope and keeps a water bottle filled with vodka with her I m not sure how she d get away with that Perhaps her character will revealdepth as the series progresses Quite a few reviewers have labelled this book as a fictionalised version of the true story of Ross Ulbricht s Silk Road the first Dark Web platform for selling illegal drugs For those of us who weren t aware of Silk Road and perhaps some who were I think the story stands on its own merits It s a chilling insight into something that will, in all probability, only expand and becomeinsidious.I chose to read and review Black Nowhere based on an advance reader digital copy, courtesy of Katie Olsen Little Bird Publicity and NetGalley 4.5 stars I really enjoyed this suspenseful read featuring the FBI, coding, and the Dark Web Thank you Goodreads First Reads for awarding me this kindle book I had a blast reading it and I highly recommend it The main character, Special Agent Lisa Tanchik, is a strong, intelligent, and fascinating character I look forward to learningabout her as the series proceeds I can hardly wait to read the next book in the series I m also going to check outbooks by Reece Hirsch. Interesting story of Nate, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur running a narcotics business on the Dark Web and Lisa, the young FBI agent assigned to find and stop him Entertaining but too much Nate and not enough Lisa. {Free Epub} ⚟ Black Nowhere ⚫ Chasing a cybercriminal into the pitch black heart of the Dark WebSpecial Agent Lisa Tanchik is the best at taking down cybercriminals So when the FBI discovers a multibillion dollar black market online, she s tasked with finding the creator and bringing him to justice Donning one of her many digital disguises, Tanchik goes undercover into the networkBrilliant college student Nate Fallon started his site as an idealistic experiment But his platform has made illegal trade not only efficient but also dangerous Now the FBI aren t the only ones out to get him As profits soar, a criminal organization casts its monstrous gaze on Fallon, and danger leaps from cyberspace into realityFeeling pressure from both sides of the law, Fallon is forced to make a decision with shattering consequences Can Agent Tanchik find Fallon before his dangerous infrastructure falls into the wrong hands Paul Graham she s tasked with finding the creator and bringing him to justice Donning one of her many digital disguises de Interrogationibus Obliquis Apud Ciceronem Observationes Selectae Tanchik goes undercover into the networkBrilliant college student Nate Fallon started his site as an idealistic experiment But his platform has made illegal trade not only efficient but also dangerous Now the FBI aren t the only ones out to get him As profits soar A Trip to the Zoo a criminal organization casts its monstrous gaze on Fallon Las mejores anécdotas del Barça (Deportes) and danger leaps from cyberspace into realityFeeling pressure from both sides of the law To Love Again (Bound Hearts Fallon is forced to make a decision with shattering consequences Can Agent Tanchik find Fallon before his dangerous infrastructure falls into the wrong hands Not Bad At AllI read a lot of mystery and crime novels and admittedly this was my first cyber crime novel It was quite good.I only have two things I would have liked to have seenof I feel Nate s character was developedthan Lisa s considering this series is about Lisa I would have liked to have seenof her internal struggle, and her characterdeveloped in this story and less of Nate Honestly it was hard for me to root for her because she was just underdeveloped.Nate was Not Bad At AllI read a lot of mystery and crime novels and admittedly this was my first cyber crime novel It was quite good.I only have two things I would have liked to have seenof I feel Nate s character was developedthan Lisa s considering this series is about Lisa I would have liked to have seenof her internal struggle, and her characterdeveloped in this story and less of Nate Honestly it was hard for me to root for her because she was just underdeveloped.Nate was certainly an interesting dynamic villain anti hero Because there was so much of him present, it s almost as if the author was using him as a social commentary about libertarian beliefs but I m not sure.Also the way the FBI handled matters where civilians were involved seemed a little unrealistic to me, but all in all, this was a fast paced page turning novel I ll definitely give the second book in the series a go