Reality Inspector by John Caris Review and Summary by 3ee.info
About The Book:
An early, perhaps the first, computer-hacking novel
A world championship chess match is the backdrop for this intriguing science fiction detective story. The main computer of the Federal Reserve is being tampered with by a sinister power, and the results could wreak havoc with the fiscal policy, causing the U.S. economy to fragment into pieces.
Actual chess games are used, and they act as launching pads for journeys into strange and challenging worlds. The book includes 24 chess diagrams and an appendix with 17 master chess games.
” A delight and a challenge … very recommended.” –New York Tribune
“A gifted writer.” –Slidell Daily News
“A new ageclassic.” –Better Lives for a Better World
About The Author:
John Caris Having been a Humanities and English college teacher for thirty-six years, I now manage Ye Olde Consciousness Shoppe which presents ideas about transforming consciousness and reaching a higher level of reality. The website has information about my three books: “Hermes Beckons”, a tale of alchemy and magic, is the most recent publication.
In pursuit of knowledge, I began studying philosophy, religion, psychology, and literature.