The end of privacy as we know it? Kathy Kelver nearly trips over a murder victim on her way back to her dorm room late one night. In his last words, the dying man gives her stolen data about a secret project that could blow the lid off a shocking conspiracy. From the halls of Congress to the National Security Agency and beyond, Kathy must run for her life from shadowy forces who want her dead, while trying to build a relationship and hang on to her faith. The secret she's carrying could end the right to privacy forever, if she doesn't survive to warn the world.
©2014 Bowen Greenwood (P)2014 Bowen Greenwood
Kept me listening and wanting more!!! Narrator also did a great job
I loved the story line, it was easy to follow
He was a very good narrator, I tend to be fussy but he was good
I wanted to listen to another one just like this.
Three-time published author
I got the Kindle version but rarely read it after buying the Audible narration. The narrator is gifted, even at Kathy's and Colleen's voices. Kathy, Colleen, DW, John,Jakarta, and Mike Vincent are compelling characters, but the narrator makes them sing.
I have listened to some great works and this ranks up there at the top!!! It was wisely and emotionally displayed in a fast and heart-stopping suspense of political intrigue and corporate greed. The twists in the plot are layered so well you have to pay close attention through to the end! I cannot wait to read the next book, this author has it all. He has an innate understanding of personalities and dialogue, as well as , a firm grasp on the technicals for the storyline. I only enjoy these when the plot and story are very plausible and could be out of the news headlines. This one deserves to be noticed for its outstanding readability and subject matter. Get it and read away , you wont be disappointed.
For me there were several of them but I guess the best was the climax, and since I don't want to give that away , 'nuff said.
I really liked John, he was so real and I even had a face for him.
oh yes!! definitely
I just wish I had someone to hive five with right now because I am so excited at how thrilling it was. Like when I left the theater after watching Star Wars.
Report Inappropriate Content