A story about a rich kid whose family has Scrooge McDuck cubed piles of filthy lucre thanks to their bioremediation work. They are, of course, part of the initial problem, as well, their class. As such, her parents are not very nice people.
A kidnapping and the fallout of such lead her away from this existence and into a life of street level cyberpunk crime and vice. That is, she gets taken in by an exponent of such.
A novel from the mid-1990s, there is a whopping great big Internet-sized hole in it that amuses you when one of the things they do is run tv advertising scams for cash. Something more of the Max Headroom era than what happens now. If you can get around the quaintness of that it is a pretty good novel all around.
Revelations about both old and new lives come to a decision point.
3.5 out of 5