Seth Arnott is not your typical undergraduate student. Gifted and bored, he uses his computer skills and an uncanny understanding of the telephone network to unleash pranks across campus. When Seth accidentally listens in on the work of a computer criminal he blogs about it on his website. Within a day of encountering the criminal, he is framed for operating one of the world's largest networks of infected computers. Confused, Seth flees underground and attempts to prove his innocence. What follows is an exciting journey through the world of cyber-crime.
Rice tea is an action novel for the IT connoisseur. The book is well written and contains lots of action; the plot is simple and easy to follow. The only problem is that at times it contains too much specialized vocabulary making it quite difficult to understand what is really going on. I would recommend it to anyone that wants to learn a little bit more about the mysterious world of computer hacking.