Naema gets her own novel in this sequel, and while I didn't like her in A Song Below Water, I think her actions and who she is as a character get explained more.
In the 21st century information is king. But computers can be hacked, files can be broken into. So a unique government initiative has been borne. Five ordinary people have been selected to become the latest weapon in thwarting cyber terrorism. A revolutionary medical procedure has turned them into the ultimate secret keepers - the country's most secretive information has been taken offline and turned into genetic code implanted inside their heads.
Together, the five know every secret – the truth behind every Government lie, conspiracy theory and cover up. Only somebody has discovered who the secret keepers are. And one by one, they are being hunted down...
I’m still astounded that this is Shuttleworth’s first novel; their writing is so full of vivid details. I can’t stop thinking and raving about this book!