Little Brother

By Cory Doctorow
Recommended by
In "Little Brother" by Cory Doctorow, the story follows Marcus, a tech-savvy teenager living in San Francisco. When a terrorist attack turns the city into a police state, Marcus finds himself caught up in a world of surveillance and oppression.

After being wrongfully detained and interrogated by the Department of Homeland Security, Marcus becomes determined to resist the encroaching power of the government. With the help of his friends, he starts a grassroots movement to fight back against the intrusive surveillance state.

Using their hacking and coding skills, Marcus and his group create a network of anonymous activists called "Xnet." They employ tactics such as encryption and online activism to expose the government's injustices and rally the support of the public.

As Marcus navigates a world where privacy is a luxury, he faces moral dilemmas and difficult choices. With every move, he must balance his desire for justice with the potential consequences that his actions could bring.

"Little Brother" is a thrilling and thought-provoking novel that explores themes of privacy, freedom, and the power of technology. Doctorow's engaging storytelling combines action-packed sequences with insightful commentary on the dangers of unchecked government surveillance.

Will Marcus be able to outsmart and overthrow the oppressive regime, or will he become a casualty in the fight for freedom? "Little Brother" is a gripping tale that will leave readers questioning the balance between security and civil liberties.
Share This Book 📚