Techwarrior #6: Dai Kirai is finally here! This fabulous book continues the exciting Techwarrior series.
Ever wonder what’s going on when your virus scanner’s working to get rid of all those malicious bugs in your computer? Follow Techwarrior as he battles to save your computer from viruses, malicious programs and other things that cause computers to malfunction, crash and blow up! Techwarrior is an anti-virus that protects computers. Together with his friend Aishi Teru, he battles CryptoLock and his spiders, snakes and CryptoBots to keep them from taking over computers.
This is a fascinating sci-fi series designed to be fast-paced as well as fun. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride! You’ll enjoy this series if you’ve ever had trouble with a computer! Anyone who’s had a virus, malware, worm or other computer-related problem will most likely enjoy this series.
As one who grew up with computers – and the wide assortment of problems they can have – it’s fun to finally have an anti-virus comic book series to enjoy. You’ll find beautiful computer art to go with the computer-related story and characters. Charm, wit, humor and playful enjoyment await readers of this new series. You won’t want to miss this series! So, don’t dawdle reading this description, pick your file format and start enjoying it! (Do read the note below, though!)
*Note: The file download you will get after completing the purchase is a zip file containing the book in epub, mobi or cbr format. You may request other ebook file formats, if this file does not work.
As a plus, you can now get the book signed in print right here! Many people are wary of e-books or prefer holding a book physically (I confess I’m among them despite making e-books!). Well, now you can get the book in print right here and have it arrive in beautiful print quality in a timely manner.
So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead! Get the book and enjoy it!
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