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Baker & Taylor
Lonely and insecure, Indian computer programmer Arjun finds his life and security destroyed when he is fired and, in order to keep his job and the woman he loves, unleashes a destructive virus that wreaks havoc on computers around the globe.

Blackwell North Amer
Lonely and naive, Arjun Mehta spends his days as a lowly assistant virus-tester, pining away for his free-spirited colleague Christine, until he gets laid off like so many of his Silicon Valley peers. In an act of desperation to keep his job, he releases a mischievous but destructive virus around the globe that has major unintended consequences. As world order unravels, so does Arjun's sanity, in a rollicking cataclysm that reaches Bollywood and, not so coincidentally, the glamorous star of Arjun's favorite Indian movie.

Baker
& Taylor

Lonely, naïve, and insecure, Indian computer programmer Arjun finds life and security destroyed when he is fired and, in order to keep his job and the woman he loves, unleashes a mischievous and destructive virus that wreaks havoc on computers around the globe. By the author of The Impressionist. 40,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Dutton, c2004
ISBN: 9780525947608
0525947604
Branch Call Number: F KUN
Characteristics: 276 p. ; 24 cm

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