Kingdom of Lies by Kate Fazzini, review by Robin Templin
PLEASE ADVISE! I've read the book. Now what, Kate Fazzini?
This is an avalanche of cyber warfare. Happening right under our noses. I can barely watch the news today without seeing the shadows of the dark underbelly below the headlines and suits. I flew through these pages, like an addictive crime thriller. All the while thinking, "Well, what the hell am I supposed to do now?"
I have questions, Kate. And I don't know where to begin. Banks, credit, elections, stock market, mergers, infrastructure, power grids, social media. My head is spinning. Keeping my money under the mattress "granny style" is pathetic. (Right?) Thankfully I live a small life with small potatoes to show for it. I would not be a tempting target. But caught in a net of collateral damage? Absolutely. This book should be read by everyone who has an interest in, well, never mind. This book should be read by everyone. Period.
In the meantime, Kate, call me!