What happens when your dream becomes a nightmare and your nightmare becomes your reality? That is the case for business owner & software developer Daniel King. Once on top of the world of online security with his program Bubble, he finds himself watching his hard works crumble beneath his feet. A life-changing encounter with a ‘mysterious’ woman sends off a domino effect for Daniel’s life, bringing more business than he can imagine. Now financially secured, he wants to use his money to change the world for the good of everyone. He maps out a seemingly impossible plan that undermines the government, but finds out the cost for such an idea, could be everything Daniel loves. What price is worth paying for an idea of a better tomorrow?
"The subconscious can be a playground full of illusions and passion. For an illusion, sometimes, is nothing more than a passionate idea not yet realized. "
They say that near-death experiences can change your life forever, but will it change yours?
After surviving an attempted suicide, Daniel experienced an out of body experience. One that would change the way he lived and the way he saw the world, for the rest of his life. A mind place in a coma for four months, Daniel woke up with a new outlook on life-redemption.
A survivor's quest for change and for life to be appreciated for what it is. Believed to never take anything for granted again, Daniel and his friends band together to bring justice to the technological aspect of their company, Bubble.
“Well, I guess I believe I’m obligated to use my ideas as a way to better everyone's lives.”
A plan only a genius could succeed in doing but Daniel has other plans for tricking a National Security Agency in order to save the world he has come to love not loathe.
This book is full of twists and evil tactics that make you question if your good is only preparation for evil in the end. This book also justifies the result; everything happens for a reason.
I recommend this book to anyone who has had seen their life flash before their eyes. You can't always control your life but you can enjoy everything it has to offer.
‘Those who release control, have it.’