Technology and insanity combine to create a very bad week for the United States and the world. In this unputdownable thriller from breakout author Jerry Hatchett, tech celebrity Matt Decker is on top of the world until his flagship creation, the system that runs the U.S. power grid, suffers a crippling cyber attack. Chaos follows as a ruthless maniac sets out to create his own version of Revelation's battle of Armageddon. And he's making it personal as he blames Decker for the escalating disasters that stretch from New York to Israel to the "sulfurous scarps of hell."
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I took a while to warm up to the storyline. Somewhere along the way they develop as characters and pull you end. It wasn't horrible but I can't rave about it either.
the storyline was very good except for the fawning over the blonde chick and the out of this world knowledge of the protagonist. Also, the ending with the explanation Abdul gave was lame. Other than these points the story was pretty good.
I believe the both are equally entertaining.
I'd compare it to Armageddon....it had me at the edge of my seat and I listened to the entire book in one day. It was very exciting.
No this is the first time I listen to W.L. Salyer, but I have to say he did an excellent job authenticating the pilots, robotic voice, and he was consistent with all the characters voices.
At the risk of soundling corny, America needs you...
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