Multi-volume author, Alex Fayman, introduces us to his book Superhighway: Alex Fine is a gifted eighteen-year-old with an extraordinary ability to transport himself through the optical passageways of the Internet. While inside the digital web, Alex is capable of downloading databases, manipulating archived data, and traveling to any destination in the world. Alex discovers his powers just as he is ready to enroll in his freshman year at a prestigious West Coast university, causing an unexpected detour in his plans. In a short period of time, Alex Fine becomes one of the richest people in the world, with virtually limitless power. In a hastily arranged scheme, Alex becomes a digital Robin Hood, as he steals money from a criminal oligarch to fulfill his philanthropic goals. It is the story of a young man who wants to use his powers for good, but makes mistakes en route to discovering the truth behind his supernatural abilities.
This is how the author describes his book. Is he teasing you? He could be, this description does not begin to hint at the action and intrigue that Alex Fine is about to go through as his life undergoes radical changes. He struggles to make sense of his newfound abilities and makes a number of life altering decisions that affects not just him but those around him.
You are going to love this book, Fine goes through so many changes in such a short time. The book is very well written, however I did find several spelling errors of the homonym type (that is my specialty, after all). I rate this 4.9 stars of 5, only because of the spelling errors. I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
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An avid reader, typobuster, and the Hyper-Speller. I am a husband, father, and grandfather.
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