What would you fight for? What would you die for? What would you kill for?From the author of 'How to Lose Friends and Infuriate People' comes a philosophical thriller with fast-paced military action, espionage, corporate corruption, human greed, romantic tension, and scientific revelations that are both worrisome and enlightening.Admiral Chris Barrie, the former Chief of the Australian Defence Force said, ?Hang on to your seats, and open your eyes. I promise you that Jonar Nader's credible yet very frightening novel is compulsive reading. It will make you think deeply about where today's human race is headed. Nader mixes new and exciting technologies inside a globalised world that is controlled by multi-national corporations who are working beyond the limits of the nation-state. Along the way, ordinary people are swept up by events that turn into the ultimate of Faustian bargains!?The cover contains a battery-operated LCD module.