Borderless

Borderless

Book 2 of the Analog Series.
Exiled from Washington after a covert operation gone wrong, Diana is building a new life as a freelance spy, though her obsessive secrecy is driving away the few friends and allies she can count on. When she’s hired to investigate the world’s leading techno capitalist, she unknowingly accepts an assignment with a dark ulterior purpose. Navigating a labyrinth of cutouts and false fronts, Diana discovers a plot to nationalize the global feed. As tech and politics speed toward a catastrophic reckoning, Diana must reconcile the sins of her past with her dreams of tomorrow. How she deploys the secrets in her arsenal will shape the future of a planet on the brink of disaster. Doing the right thing means risking everything to change the rules of the game. But how much is freedom really worth?

  • “A sharply rendered, wildly entertaining thriller speaking to the dangerous realities of our present.”

    -East Bay Express

  • “William Gibson meets Daniel Suarez. Launching the reader into a world dominated by massive tech companies and struggling nation states, Borderless explores frighteningly plausible scenarios that extrapolate the social implications of privacy, data, and national sovereignty. Diana, a refugee-turned-secret-agent, barrels through Bay Area hipster hangouts and the inner sanctums of geopolitical power on her way to shaping a future that feels like it’s right around the corner. Borderless is fresh, intriguing, and inevitable.”

    -John Hanke, CEO at Niantic and creator of Google Maps, Google Earth, and Pokémon Go

  • “If you’re looking for fast-paced near-future fiction that grapples with hot-button topics like online disinformation and manipulation, tech monopolies, climate change, and the increasing conflict between global data networks and the sovereignty of the nation-state, Eliot has got you covered.”

    -Kevin Bankston, director of New America’s Open Technology Institute

Eliot Peper is the author of ten novels, including Bandwidth, Veil, Cumulus, and, most recently, Reap3r. He publishes a blog, sends a newsletter, contributes to special projects, and tweets more than he probably should.