- File Size: 1212 KB
- Print Length: 459 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Rick Bennett (July 10, 2013)
- Publication Date: July 10, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00DV80PZ8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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- #4054 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Crime
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expert, that is tired of computer hackers from Russia and China attacking his systems and decides to show them what real cyber war
looks like. On the day of his decision, he receives a call from an old friend, to come help solve a murder, and things just snowball
from there. So if you like action, mystery, and a great story that you can put down - this is a Must READ!
Please check "Yes" if you have found this review helpful. I rely upon others' reviews to make an informed decision
anytime I make a purchase, so it is my intention to help others do the same. I welcome any questions or feedback.
Obviously this book is not meant to be taken VERY seriously, as what are the chances a single guy can do all this? But again, this is a novel, and it's outrageously funny to read at times, as people who came up against him get their comeuppance... all except one... Yes, there's a guy who's even better, yet that guy has his own rules to follow. He knows he's good, but he's not above accepting he'd been bested when it counts. All the tech stuff sounds plausible, as I'm a techie and I detect no holes in this story, even in the technical tales.
My only objection was the lame cover. It really is quite lame.
This author needs to write a sequel! I would absolutely pay good money to find out what happens next.
I'm a fan of Jack Reacher and Gabriel Allon, so I thought this character sounded intriguing. I wasn't disappointed.
To give you an impression of Bennett's writing style, a short quote: "Instead, all these little polygons of glass rained into the room like hail from hell. I hit the hardwood floor in a roll and immediately registered an increase in the decibel level of the screaming. An increase caused as I landed behind the couch and in front of an iPod-alarm-clock-speaker combination pumping an earsplitting woman's scream."
Except that there was an inkling of something special.
So on I read. I,m 83 and enjoy reading.my retirement is reading besides having a cold beer with my nightly cooking.
Back to the book----
The story was a killer. I mean it was not only good but well documented in both real and imagined aspects of your personal
iPads, mobile phones, etc etc.
Most of it went over my head but the ideas were to make you think.
The people in the book were folks which you would love to know,
Scared to know, love to personally meet them or run like the devil
Was chasing them.
Great, really great book.
Keep it up my man.
Jerome (Jerry) LeBarron