It’s obvious what it’s about – code and hackers. Although that’s like saying Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is about chocolate when in fact it’s about how being decent wins through. Not that Dan – the main character in HACKED – is decent. He’s nice enough, but has a wayward idea of right and wrong. As do his friends – most are more than happy to take advantage of his phone hack that supplies free credit, even though they know it’s stealing. Apart from Ruby and Ty that is – because you have to have goodies. So is Dan the baddy? No, he’s the inbetween. But Angel . . .