Double Vision

Double Vision Best Read || [Randy Ingermanson] - Double Vision, Double Vision There s A Code Even The NSA Can t Crack But Dillon Richard can Dillon is a straight arrow genius with Asperger s syndrome He s never told a lie He s never been kissed And he s never had a quantum comp Double Vision Best Read || [Randy Ingermanson] - Double Vision, Double Vision There s A Code Even The NSA Can t Crack But Dillon Richard can Dillon is a straight arrow genius with Asperger s syndrome He s never told a lie He s never been kissed And he s never had a quantum comp

  • Title: Double Vision
  • Author: Randy Ingermanson
  • ISBN: 9781937031046
  • Page: 319
  • Format: ebook
Double Vision

Double Vision Best Read || [Randy Ingermanson], Double Vision, Randy Ingermanson, Double Vision There s A Code Even The NSA Can t Crack But Dillon Richard can Dillon is a straight arrow genius with Asperger s syndrome He s never told a lie He s never been kissed And he s never had a quantum computer for cracking codes Until now In just a few days Dillon will finish the software to crack the unbreakable code that banks and terrorists use to protect their mostThere s A Code Even Double Vision Best Read || [Randy Ingermanson] - Double Vision, Double Vision There s A Code Even The NSA Can t Crack But Dillon Richard can Dillon is a straight arrow genius with Asperger s syndrome He s never told a lie He s never been kissed And he s never had a quantum comp

  • Double Vision Best Read || [Randy Ingermanson]
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Double Vision

About “Randy Ingermanson

  • Randy Ingermanson

    I m a novelist, physicist, and fiction teacher People around the world call me the Snowflake Guy because of my wildly popular Snowflake method for writing a novel I ve published 6 novels and won about a dozen awards for my writing I m a theoretical physicist with a Ph.D from UC Berkeley I publish the world s largest electronic newsletter on how to write fiction I run the software division at Vala Sciences, a biotech company in San Diego.Why do I do all this Because I like to Life is too short to do things you don t like to do.



199 thoughts on “Double Vision

  • Are you in the mood for romantic comedy How about suspense Or is Sci Fi what you yearn for You will find all three in the delightful book Double Vision by Randall Ingermanson.I had previously read Oxygen and The Fifth Man by Ingermanson and John B Olson I liked both books very much, but they were along the lines of serious Sci Fi Thus, Double Vision was a bit of a surprise as I found myself chuckling through large sections of it And biting my nails at other times.I enjoyed the author s wit, the [...]



  • By definition, I d put this at a 2.5, somewhere between I liked it and It was okay would be a 3 because their 2 means not liking it at all, and I would not go that far.Things I liked very geeky I liked seeing smart characters doing and saying smart things I liked Dillon, the Asperger s MC and Keryn, the mystery writer, who could ask all the questions us non physicists and non mathematicians wanted to ask The suspense was great for at least 75% of the novel I loved that it was set in my home town [...]


  • Randall Ingermanson is a new to me author The first 80 pages of this book totally overwhelmed me, and I almost quit reading It is laying the groundwork for the story but is so heavy into computer technology and physcis that it was over my head and very uninteresting If you are a computer junky and or science buff you would probably love it Once the storyline began, though, I was totally hooked and could never quite figure out who the good guys and bad guys were The ending is a total surprise and [...]


  • Full Review kendramerritt ingermansonsI really enjoyed this book When I read the cover copy, I thought this would be a spy novel Warning It s not It s of a cross between Frank Peretti and Michael Crichton Lucky for Mr Ingermanson, I love both The thriller with a Christian romantic vibe really worked for me, and I ll admit, I kind of have a thing for nerds being a huge one myself and Dillon made a seriously cute nerd Now, I don t have Asperger s, so I can t really analyze Dillon s character for [...]


  • Great book I really enjoyed the quantum computing part of it I enjoyed the software startup part of it working 16 hour days to finish a big project, etc I mean, there s something inherently fun about the idea of cracking RSA encrypton with a quantum computer and destabilizing the world economy I also learned a bit of science.I really got into Dillon s head, which was fun, because he has such a different thought process from most people I almost felt a bit Aspergersy when reading it.The suspense [...]


  • First off, this was a good book by all means HoweverThis wasn t my first book by Randy Ingermanson I read Oxygen that he co authored with John B Olson a couple months ago, and that was pretty great I knew this was about quantum mechanics and physics going in I had expected a little than just that, though The first 175 pages or so were almost nothing but dialogue about the world s best encryption coming from a computer using thousands of qubits and how under NO CIRCUMSTANCES could anyone know, e [...]


  • Ingermanson has crafted a solid book The story rests it on its strong characters Dillon managed to craft three great leads in his hero, Dillon as well as the women competing for his affection PHD genius Rachel and part time Mystery Novelist, part time CFO Karyn Dillon is a fascinating point of view character as he has aspergers and is the most handsome guy in the room and doesn t know it His eccentricities both draw Karyn and Rachel in and also frustrate them While the particular traits are a li [...]


  • This is what Randy himself calls a Geek Mystery Having said that, it probably is not meant for my age group, however, because I know Randy having attended one of his mentoring classes on fiction I decided I would read it, and having a geek son, might even be able to keep up with it I found his characters interesting and well described I could have done with a little less about the bikini consisting of three triangles, and the well endowed lady leaning across the table I was disappointed in Randy [...]


  • For the most part, Randall Ingermanson s Double Vision is quite the tour de force a riveting page turner, complete with plenty of action and suspense, a heart wrenching climax, a flawed yet capable hero, and a good guy good girl bad girl love triangle, not to mention a low amount of sexual content and a complete lack of profanity The only thing that throws a wrench into the works are two rather strange scenes one involving illogical behavior at a carnival, the other showing a decidedly absurd th [...]


  • I found this book via library recommendation, who claimed it shared techno thriller genre and term computer programmers with Daemon Suarez The page for the book itself says the primary genres are religious fiction and romantic suspense fiction.So what is it like to read a computer programmer techno thriller romantic religious fiction book Almost as eye rolling as you d imagine, but I enjoyed reading chunks of it to the guys on my team.


  • I enjoyed it I liked the science and since I work with MRI, I figured out something before it was revealed in the book Didn t like how long it took 2 of the main characters to realize they were both wrong to accuse each other, and why Not sure about the last chapter or two But overall a very enjoyable read with some thought provoking ideas.


  • This is a great book I realize though that if you don t have an engineering or computer programming background, it might overwhelm you It meets my requirements of 1 Don t use God s name in vain 2 No explicit sex 3 Very exciting 4 Logical if you accept it is science fiction 5 Very well written This is my second book of his that I have read I am going to find his others.


  • This was a geeky book about quantum theory, highly logical minds, suspense, and Big Brother But it was told in a way that made it appealing, and had a humorous twist on your typical love story Even if you are not a nerdy geek, I think you could really get into this book Ingermanson combines his scientific with his ability to tell a good suspense story, and keep you hooked.


  • I ve read this book three times and used one liner quotes from some of the characters The story stands not only on a chillingly realistic security related plot, but on breathable, skin wearing characters Dillon, the hero, must choose or go crazy between two women Which will he choose


  • I liked a lot of things about this book it was different than the norm in a good way, with characters with semi realistic diversified backgrounds and interactions I wanted to rate it a 3.5 The writing style and some of the plot were just sluggish to me and some things a little technical.


  • Theory and consequences Intriguing characters with an interesting problem to solve How do you stay alive long enough to reap your reward for your discovery



  • I am not sure what I thought On one hand, it had good plot twists, and I never figured it out On the other hand, I never really developed any attachment to any of the characters.





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