Just when you thought you were safe! A beautiful August day in New York City turns into a struggle for survival as technology threatens to turn its security measures into a weapon from which there is no escape. Jacqueline Defray learns the hard truth that life is never completely safe, while Timothy Gillette and Mark Fetterman fight to unravel a mystery man's appearance and control over the Dwight building in Lower Manhattan. Meanwhile, Big Brother is watching his little siblings, but loses track of a dangerous piece of Russian hardware, the new Yury Dolgoruky, a silent missile-laden submarine. What is the outcome? Stay tuned to find out!
©2014 Anthony O'Brian (P)2014 Anthony O'Brian
The hero rappelling down a dark elevator shaft sans rappelling gear
When the love interest thinks she's been betrayed
Extreme elevator ride!!!
I like that as wild as the plot was it actually sounded like it could have been torn from the morning headlines
No. It was the story that kept me not the reader I'd call him mediocre
Hmmm books don't usually cause extreme reactions with me. But I did laugh in parts & one part did make me sad. I won't say to avoid spoilers;)
It was a great story & the characters were well imagined! It makes me suspicious of my iPhone & enforces may hatred of elevators😜
You don't really know what to expect next.
The Elevator is one of a kind.
Great work by the author. I hope he has more coming out soon.
This is a very good story! Suspenseful and some very interesting facts. Very captivating story! I stayed up past 2 am because I had to find out what was going to happen! I have read/listened to a couple books so far by this author and he is an awesome writer! Can't wait to read his other books and for him to come out with new books. One other thing....it's nice to listen to a book that doesn't have a bunch of cussing in it!
I would definitely listen to this story again! I think there was more to it than I caught the first time.
The plot was very thrilling, also very sobering.
This story was well worth the money!!
Narrator needed help...drawn out pronunciations & awkward dramatic pauses took away from storyline.
Story needed more details for a reader, like me,unfamiliar with this genre.
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