America’s worst nightmare has come true: a "cyber-Pearl Harbor" attack by unknown terrorists has crippled the nation’s power grid - and brought the land of the free to its knees. As widespread panic and violence ravage the country, its ruthless captors issue their ultimatums…and vow an apocalyptic reckoning.
A defenseless nation scrambles to fight an invisible invasion. Chief among America's last line of defense is Lana Elkins, head of a major cyber-security company - and former top NSA operative - who returns to her roots to spearhead the Agency’s frantic efforts to combat the enemy’s onslaught on its own terms. While she and her superiors take action to infiltrate a terrorist hotbed overseas, much closer to home ruthless jihadists with a nuclear bomb hijack a busload of schoolchildren - including Lana's daughter - and race toward a rendezvous with Armageddon in America’s greatest city.
With Lethal Code, Thomas Waite raises the international techno-thriller to dangerously exciting levels - introducing a valiant new action heroine, and initiating a series that brings a harrowing new edge of realism to sensational speculative fiction.
©2014 Thomas Waite (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
I enjoyed the story, but this was one of those readers who shouldn't try and do the voices of the characters, it was quite painful at times
Well. I'm a truck driver and I've been listening to audio books now for over 10 years
If you weren't ever thinking of becoming a preper these book will definitely change your mind for good!
"The End of the World"
The vocal performance was so robotic I switched off audible and just read the book after chapter one. For a while I thought it was computer generated.
It's a bit too "end of the world" for me. I don't think I've read fiction so apocalyptic without aliens in it.
I didn't really like the narrators voice, Sadly I liked the story even less. It felt like fiction by numbers.
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