The Monitor

The Monitor Yoshitomo Tagawa never leaves his room He lives in reverse sleeping during the day and staying up at night connected to a technological world of online games chat rooms and cybersex Yoshi like ove

  • Title: The Monitor
  • Author: Cathy Vasas-Brown
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 107
  • Format: ebook
  • The Monitor

    Yoshitomo Tagawa never leaves his room He lives in reverse, sleeping during the day and staying up at night, connected to a technological world of online games, chat rooms and cybersex Yoshi, like over one million of Japan s youth, is hikikomori, completely withdrawn from society When a cunning predator uses the far reaching tentacles of the Internet to compel the depreYoshitomo Tagawa never leaves his room He lives in reverse, sleeping during the day and staying up at night, connected to a technological world of online games, chat rooms and cybersex Yoshi, like over one million of Japan s youth, is hikikomori, completely withdrawn from society When a cunning predator uses the far reaching tentacles of the Internet to compel the depressed and disillusioned into forming suicide pacts, Yoshi should be safe Lieutenant Carolyn Latham races to a hellish scene on a hill high above Cypress Village, Oregon Four teenagers are dead, and Carolyn learns that together, they decided to catch the bus, with a little inspiration from the Monitor, who claims to want to end their suffering.The investigation leads Carolyn into a shadow world, where no one is what they seem and imposters lurk everywhere She must unmask the Monitor before he unleashes unspeakable evil she realizes that the deeply troubled Yoshi may hold the key to the Monitor s identity But Yoshi has disappeared, and now the Monitor is closer than Carolyn thinks.

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    1. OpenBookSociety.com

      openbooksociety/article/thBrought to you by OBS reviewer ScottThis book’s subject is not for the faint of heart, yet is all too real to dismiss readily. Suicidal people, those who wish to “catch the bus” as Cathy Vasas-Brown puts it quaintly, meet on an internet forum and seek out the means to their ends in the company of other like-minded individuals. Enter the chilling world of The Monitor an urban crime novel focused around police investigator Carolyn Lapham’s unravelling of a puzzle [...]

    2. Rabid Readers Reviews

      The author gave me a copy of this novel in exchange for my review.There’s something almost soul cleansing about a really good psychological thriller. Cathy Vasas-Brown doesn’t write good psychological thrillers, she writes great psychological thrillers. I would liken her style to that of Chelsea Cain, one of the best psychological thriller writers out there. In “The Monitor,” Vasas-Brown builds a scarily familiar world of teen isolationism and despair with a puppet master that leads the [...]

    3. kd

      Another outstanding thriller from suspense master Cathy Vasas-Brown, with more twists and turns than the Oregon coastline. A horrific group suicide has Lt. Carolyn Latham of the Cypress Village P.D. looking into copycat syndrome and mass hysteria, as she sets out to solve one of the most unsettling and mysterious cases of her career. Carolyn’s youth counselor brother, Joshua, has his hands full too with a withdrawn teen, Yoshi, who would rather find solace on the internet than in talk therapy. [...]

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