SOFTWARE BY THE KILO
General Fiction, Historical Fiction
Ratings: 4 Cups
Jason Thompkins is on vacation on an island in Greece and carries his laptop with him everywhere. Even though he always sees the sunny side of things, this trip is not as easy as he thought, especially finding internet access.
Kenny Tarry, partner and technical brains to Jason, thought it best Jason take the trip to Greece. He has been known to be a hacker’s hacker, so to speak.
Over the past five years, Kenny and Jason have shared ventures. While Kenny is more or less known as the legendary hacker, he’s able to gain the confidence of people; Jason has been the entrepreneur of their projects, trying to find financial support for their ventures. Of course the last two schemes did not go too well, but the fourth, the one they are presently working promises to be a good sale. While in Greece, Jason meets Eric, a technical advisor, who is curious about their invention. In no time, Jason is relaying to Kenny about his adventures in Greece with some of the Italians, as well as some other surprising events that could either spell doom for the dynamic duo, or success.
Software by the Kilo is a neat story that flows like a roller coaster. With an exciting plot and a multi-cast of characters, this story is anything but dull; Larry Ketchersid creates a fast-paced good read. He not only creatively fashions unforgettable main characters but secondary ones, too. I really enjoyed the character of Jason and how he dealt with the problem of carrying his laptop, trying to find internet access, and even his composure in some of the toughest situations. I can understand why he was the level-headed person of the twosome in this venture project. This story will definitely keep one on their toes.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More