Suarez, Daniel

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(1964-    ) US systems consultant and author who at least on one occasion has written as Leinad Zeraus (his own name backwards). The Daemon sequence, comprising Daemon (2006 as Zeraus; 2009) and Freedom™ (2010), presents in a Technothriller idiom a complex scenario in which a high-tech "demon" within a vast distributed Computer network begins to treat humans as disposable through acts of widespread violence. Its "motivation" for doing so is not explained in terms of computer technology, but as a long-meditated revenge on Homo sapiens consummated after the death of the programmer/Videogame-designer responsible. Kill Decision (2012), also a technothriller, is more conventional. In Influx (2014), a revolutionary development in Physics is threatened, again in the style of the technothriller; this book won a Prometheus Award. [JC]

Daniel Suarez

born Somerville, New Jersey: 21 December 1964





  • Daemon (Los Angeles, California: Verdugo Press, 2006) as Leinad Zeraus [Daemon: pb/Anthony Ramondo]
    • Daemon (New York: Dutton, 2009) [published under his own name: Daemon: hb/Anthony Ramondo]
  • Freedom™ (New York: Dutton, 2010) [Daemon: hb/Anthony Ramondo]

individual titles

  • Kill Decision (New York: Dutton, 2012) [hb/Richard Hasselberger]
  • Influx (New York: Dutton, 2014) [hb/Tony Mauro]
  • Change Agent (New York: Dutton, 2017) [hb/Jonathan Knowles, ESB Professional]
  • Delta-V (New York: Dutton, 2019) [hb/]


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