A computer programmer/hacker is hired by a company to go into deep space. He wakes up from stasis only to find that the ship has been diverted and he is somewhere other than where he was intending to go. A number of items have disappeared from a warehousing point, and the company that originally hired him wants him to find out where they are. He does, even if it does not end as he anticipated.
The third book in this series, this one does a good job of filling in some gaps and leads to a better understanding of the people involved. For plot, I give it an A (8). Why not higher? Because you really need to read the first two books in the series to understand some of what you see in this one. Other than that, I believe iit was masterfully done.
For technical score, an A+ (9). There were a few mistakes, mainly in homophones and missing or extra words, but the errors were less than spotted in the first 2, and did not really distract from the story.
For personal appeal, another A+ (9). Well done, but leaves one hungering for more.