Thursday, March 21, 2019

Hello Protocol for Dead Girls

Hello Protocol for Dead Girls

About the Book:

Title: Hello Protocol for Dead Girls | Author: Zen DiPietro | Publisher: Parallel Worlds Press | Pages: 155 | Genre: Technothriller | Recommended Age: Young Adult

Book Description:

I wasn't so impulsive when I was alive. Death has changed me, I guess.

This isn't a dream. It's not the afterlife, either. This is something new.

I don't remember how I died. I only know that I did. My name is Jennika Monroe, and I need to find a way out of here.

Jennika isn't like other college girls. She's much more digital. As she struggles within a computer network environment to find out how she died, she must also come to grips with the nature of her existence. Her body died, but she sure hasn't. What does it mean to be alive?

She wants to talk to her friends and family, but they might not accept her. Before she can even try to reconnect with them, she has to get the people on the outside to recognize that she's a real person, trapped inside a machine.

This story is like nothing you've read before. It's Altered Carbon meets Gone Girl inside a digital environment. It will challenge you, then thrill you, then leave you wanting more. You'll be on the edge of your seat as you explore this new technological existence with Jennika. Step into the pounding heart of a unique setting and enjoy this technothriller today!

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My Review:

This is a science-fiction thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat! What would you do if you died and your memories were uploaded to a computer? Meet Jennika Monroe, a dead girl trapped inside a computer. She doesn't know how she died. The last she remembers is studying for her college exam. Then she discovers a couple of other girls like herself inside the system. How can she get people on the outside to notice them and what will she do when she discovers the truth concerning her death? The mystery builds as the story unfolds and the ending is unexpected! Surprisingly, this story isn't scary and it's more exciting than anything else. I recommend it for ages 11 and up.

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About the Author:
Zen DiPietro
Zen DiPietro

Zen DiPietro is a lifelong bookworm, dreamer, writer, and a mom of two. Perhaps most importantly, a Browncoat Trekkie Whovian. Also red-haired, left-handed, and a vegetarian geek. Absolutely terrible at conforming. A recovering gamer, but we won’t talk about that. Particular loves include badass heroines, British accents, and the smell of Band-Aids. Writing reviews, author interviews, and fun stuff at

Disclosure: I received an ARC of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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