Legal Thrillers, crime, fiction. humor and a bit of management sprinkled with some self improvement. All through Audible.
I downloaded this book as it was from Finder. It is such a silly plot, highly predicatable and the flow not gripping at all. The characters are mediocre and a bit outalndish at times. No...even if you are a Finder fan...let this one pass
This audiobook is a huge amount of fun. An exciting thriller, tightly written, with first-rate narration. Starts a little slow, but after the first hour there is hardly a boring moment. A very enjoyable thriller that I would recommend to anybody.
First, I have listened to all of Finder's books and have enjoyed them very much. I love his dialog, and the fact that he uses job specific lingo is impressive. I have to admit, however, that this book starts to border on the ridiculous towards the end. I have found that in most of his books, the beginning hooks you, but the ending disappoints you.
The book was way too short. The story was good and different than most. Definitely worth the price. The narration was excellent. Finally, a narrator that measures up to Scott Brick.
Power Play fails to deliver the same thrills as Joseph Finder did in Paranoia, Company Man and Killer Instinct. The first half of the book spends too much time focused on the corporate background, which is marred by having too many power players for the reader to untangle or care about. The female CEO is a particulary bland character, who never really steps off the page as more than a stereotype. It's not until the bad guys arrive that the tale begins to gather momentum. The hero, Jake Landry, though, does not disappoint and brings the book to a rip roaring finish. A good read for people patient enough to wade through the corporate dribble that ruins the first half of the book.
I have been an avid audible listener foot quite some time.it has helped me stay sharp and entertained as well.
This was a great book . This time dealing with the aerospace industry. It had good characters , nice plot , and a fast pace. definately a good listen . also there is a nice 20 minute interview with the author at the end.
I am so delighted that I did download and listen to this novel. Even though Scott Brick didn't narrate
the experience was superberb.
Typical of Joe Finder novels humor is found here in a very very tense situation.
For a really good time listen to a Joeseph Finder novel.
Am I the only Finder fan who was disappointed with this book? First off, I don't know why Scott Brick wasn't used as the narrator, but he should have been. This narrator was fine, but wasn't Brick. Second, I felt the first 1/2 of the book was so slow. It wasn't grabbing my attention and I had to go back several times and re-listen - not because I couldn't understand it, but because I was bored and not paying attention. Lastly, I think as a soldier in Corporate America, I could relate to some extent to characters in his other books or they reminded me of people I have worked with. In this book everyone seemed far-fetched.
I am interested in other Finder fans take on this book. I hope he isn't losing his touch so soon. If you are a fan of his but have other stuff on your wishlist, this one can wait.
The plot setup involves a junior executive who is reluctantly invited to attend a senior corporate leadership retreat. The new CEO is a woman leading an up-and-coming aerospace company. Things go horribly wrong and the leadership team members show their true colors.
I was kept guessing until the end.