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This book is fantastic. Neal combines more than three groups of characters over thirty years apart into a surprising thriller weaving elements of cryptography, the early internet and mathematics with both real and fictional evens in WW2.
One character works at Bletchley park whilst another fights the Japanese in the Pacific and their descendants attempt to make their fortunes as new technology sweeps across the globe. The climax links all of this together with unexpected twists and uncovered secrets.

This isn't an easy book to read but definitely worth it.