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Book Review: The Girl Who Sparked The Singularity: Lightning Brain Series (Book V)

Title: The Girl Who Sparked The Singularity: Lightning Brain Series (Book V)
Series Name: Lightning Brain
Author: Cliff Ratza
Pages: 335
Publisher: PageTurner Press and Media
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐✨

Cliff Ratza characterizes himself as a “simple scholar,” having parlayed multiple degrees (math and physics, business and computer science) into a business career spanning numerous jobs, companies, and industries. He grew up in Chicago, graduated from top Illinois universities, then launched his business career. He returned to Chicago, where he teaches at several universities while continuing to work for corporations. He subsequently started a sales and marketing consulting business, and most recently added a writing career to his resume.

Cliff has written extensively throughout his career. He has published articles in four professional journals, writes copy for client Websites, and develops press releases or newsletters for client customers. Cliff dedicates the series to readers everywhere and invites them to visit the “Lightning Brain” Website, www.LightningBrainSeries.com to learn more about the books or enter reader contests.

Put down your weapon and praise Allah for deliverance. You are the only survivor we find.

These starting lines from chapter one launch Electra Kittner’s relentless pursuit of known adversaries and her obsessive search for an unknown hacker-leaker, plunging our protagonist into danger with every action-filled step she takes in 3-D and Cyberspace. Will she emerge unscathed? You will know only when reaching the very last line, and even then maybe not. You decide!

In ‘The Girl Who Sparked The Singularity,’ the latest addition to the Lightning Brain series, I found myself immersed in a world of suspense and ingenuity. This book brings Electra back to the forefront, showcasing her unwavering determination and resilience.

What struck me most about this book was Electra’s character. Her ability to face a formidable transhuman-like army and navigate the aftermath of a devastating explosion is a testament to her strength and intelligence. The author’s portrayal of her as a formidable protagonist is both captivating and empowering.

The introduction of new characters, such as the young Qama and the enigmatic Indira, adds depth to the story. These characters bring a sense of mystery and intrigue, and their interactions with Electra create compelling dynamics that keep readers engaged.

As Electra returned to the US, I was drawn deeper into the world of the book. The suspense and sense of danger are palpable, making it a gripping read that had me eagerly turning the pages. The book’s ability to blend action with intellectual challenges is truly impressive.

In conclusion, this is a thrilling and thought-provoking read that celebrates resilience and innovation. It’s a story that leaves you with a sense of empowerment and admiration for its remarkable characters. If you’re looking for a book that combines heart-pounding action with intellectual intrigue, this is a must-read.

Book Link: Lightning Brain (5 book series)
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