Started off really cool. Kicks you in the face with awesome tech and all kinds of jargon right from the start, which made me think it was going to be wall-to-wall ass kickery the whole way through. Instead it turns into murder mystery intrigue and continues along for at least one-third of the book that way. Not sure how much further, as I stopped reading for a week and never got the urge to pick it back up again. So if you're looking for a futuristic murder mystery, this is a great book for you.