This classic Baldacci thriller from 1997 is finally back - in unabridged audio and available in CD and download editions!
Sidney Archer has the world. A husband she loves. A job at which she excels and a cherished young daughter. Then, as a plane plummets into the Virginia countryside, everything changes. And suddenly there is no one whom Sidney Archer can trust.
Jason Archer is a rising young executive at Triton Global, the world's leading technology conglomerate. Determined to give his family the best of everything, Archer has secretly entered into a deadly game. He is about to disappear - leaving behind a wife who must sort out his lies from his truths, an accident team that wants to know why the plane he was ticketed on crashed, and a veteran FBI agent who wants to know it all....
©2002 David Baldacci (P)2013 Hachette
Liked the suspenseful plot, lots of twists and turns!! Couple of events were far-fetched, but not enough to matter much. Liked the ending. It was believable!
A challenge with excitement driving one to reach the denouement while still being loathe of missing anything . Thank you.
J. Marosz is a worthy narrator.
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to Jonathan Marosz' narration of Total Control. I almost didn't purchase the book because of negative reviews about the narrator. I'm glad I purchased the book. As soon as I began listening to the story, I forgot the negative reviews and enjoyed Marosz' skilled performance. Also, David Baldacci consistently creates entertaining plots that intrigue and challenge the listener (reader).
Many a night I would sit in the driveway listening to the remaining chapter before I went into the house. Great story and enjoyed how you tied all the pieces together.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I found Sidney Archer to be intelligent, strong, & able to persevere with whatever she was thrown. I'm glad she wasn't a weeping willow who fell apart when the wind blew. I'd definitely recommend this book to anyone. On to the next one.
The reader is a serious distraction. His style reminds one of Greg Gutfeld's sardonic reading of his monolog on Red Eye or his commentary on The Five. The Story itself is interesting, quite a few twists and turns.
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