Very suspenseful in a creepy way. My only disappointment is there are no other Amanda Stevens' books on Audible.
I would have given this more stars if it had be properly catagorized as fantasy.
Kevin Mitnick takes no responsibility for his actions. He even blames his childhood obesity on someone else. He may not have taken credit cards and but he had access to the data which violated people's sense of security. Using his logic, it's ok to break into you house as long as he didn't take anything.
He claims he hasn't benefitted from hacking. What do you call hacking into the phone system so he can win money? He has also adjusted people's pone bills, utility, etc and changed the amount due to thousands of dollars.
His blatent disrespect of his terms of parole is offensive. He claimed only the FCC could take away his ham license. That may be true, but by getting out on parole you sign a contract agreeing to abide by the terms of the release.
He's amazed the guards in the prison wouldn't let him see their badge numbers? I wouldn't be surprised if my next gas bill was $1,000,00 after writing this review.
I think Kevin Mitnick is an arrogant sociopath
I'm not a big Harlan Coben fan and I don't often write reviews, but I LOVED this book! Extremely suspenseful with lots of twists and twists on twists. Book had me from page one.
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