America is one bad news story away from societal and economic collapse.
As one cyber-attack after another disrupts everyday life, powerful political forces and wealthy oligarchs plot the demise of the United States in Cyber Attack, Book Two in The Boston Brahmin series.
A prophetic and prescient novel by best-selling author Bobby Akart (Cyber Warfare, Seeds of Liberty and Evil, Meet Opportunity), The Boston Brahmin series continues as nine patriotic Americans whose lineage dates back to the Founding Fathers prepare for the coming collapse.
As the cyber-attacks intensify into a full blown cyber war between the most powerful nations on the planet, a conspiracy develops which provides cover for a President desperately seeking to extend his hold on power. Wealthy international financiers - The Boston Brahmins, exploit this weakness to their advantage in order to direct geopolitical events on the world stage.
Political suspense collides with post-apocalyptic thriller fiction as Cyber Attack reveals that all empires collapse eventually and that there have been no exceptions.
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The plot for this book is very intriguing given the current events around the world. I really like the fact that this author has been able to use real names of current politicians (and other people) and groups, it gives both a real time and authenticity to the story. The down part is basically Joseph Morton... he is ok, but to me he just doesnt read with any type of excitement or enthusiasm. I am very happy, however, that they have chosen to stay with Joseph Morton for seemlingly the whole series thus far, nothing worse than a change of narrator in a series (unless the original reader is absolutely horrible).
Probably Sarge, his brother and the Egress team.
I dont think you can change his performance. I think its just him as reader... his voice is just on the border of enthusiastic or exciting so he can seem boring sometimes.
Maybe, depending on director and cast.
If you read book 1, you can by-pass the first 8 chapters of the Audible book. The first 8 chapters (30 minutes?) are a direct repeat of book one.
the narrator did a better job than in the first book. From a storyline perspective things are getting more firm. Like in the first book there are many chapters that hinder for the book to pick up pace. Slight improvement compared with book 1; a solid 3 stars.
This book is not the typical end of the world novel. Too behind the curtain politics.
excellent work on this. hated to have to turn it off. great character development and the story flows very well. cannot wait to continue the story. great job Mr. Akart!
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