pyrajane’s review #34: Little Brother by Cory Doctorow
It’s post 9/11 and Homeland Security is the norm. 17 year old Marcus lives in San Francisco and spends his time in the world of computers and figuring out how to outsmart the near constant surveillance of his school and city. His real life friends and online crew bristle against the pressure being put on them on both sides of the computer, but Marcus has no clue what reality is until he’s temporarily removed from it.
Read the rest of my review over here and find out why this has been added to my shelf of favorites.