Sigh. Another one of these books wherein a conservative author shouts his politics at you. There were so many of these cheap shots (don't get between Al Gore and a ham sandwich, harder to find than Michael Moore's neck, etc.) that it really got tedious and completely distracting. FWIW, at least he's not yet gone the full Michael Crichton (State of Fear) and turn a "novel" into nothing more than an Atlas Shrugged-type of political manifesto (Vince Flynn has came close in Extreme Measures).
Anyway, there is a story buried in here and it's actually not that bad though somewhat overly convuluted, anticlimatic and lacking in action (compared to the first Dalton), but still not a bad listen or a complete waste of time.
This is an unusual book without doubt. But if familiar with the inside workings of the internet, or of computer operating systems...it's a can't miss.
Great suspense, interesting politics, great book.
More, Mr. Suarez, please!
Probably the best suspense novel I've read in the post-911 era. An edge-of-your-seat thriller that gets better as it develops.
We need more from Mr. Berenson (Ghost War), Audible!
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