Toni Dwiggins

Refusing to accept blame when he is held responsible for forty thousand Silicon Valley telephones going dead, AT&T employee Andy Faulkner finds himself facing a murder charge and the kidnapping of his deaf son, Wayne. Reprint.

Interrupt book cover

This had a great hayday of science fiction feel to it – almost a punchcard, computer era thing going on, despite terms like broadband. The disability aspect was interesting, though in fact the minicom equipment didn’t actually impact the story any which was a bit of a shame. Still, interesting for its technology more than its psychology, but interesting nevertheless.

Published by Sean Randall

I am an avid reader, technologist and disability advocate living in the middle of England with my wife, daughter and pets.

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