Appointed by the president as ethicist to Project Trinity, Dr. David Tennant finds himself in a pressure cooker of groundbreaking science and colossal ambition. When his friend and fellow scientist is murdered, David discovers that the genius who runs Project Trinity was responsible and that his own life is in danger.
Unable to reach the president, and afraid to trust his colleagues, David turns to Rachel Weiss, the psychiatrist probing the nightmares that have plagued him during his work at Trinity. Rachel is skeptical of David's fears, but when an assassin strikes, the two doctors must flee for their lives.
Pursued across the globe by ruthless National Security Agency operatives, David and Rachel struggle to piece together the truth behind Project Trinity and the enormous power it could unleash upon the world. As constant danger deepens their intimacy, Rachel realizes the key to Trinity lies buried in David's disturbed mind. But Trinity's clock is ticking.
©2003 Greg Iles; (P)2003 Brilliance Audio
I have read most of the books available written by Greg Iles. He continues to be one of my favorite authors.
This is my first experience with audio books and I was not disappointed.
Greg is a master of story telling and Footprints of God was quite enjoyable.
It was a little difficult to get past the non Christian/Judeo concepts put forth in this work but he does lay out an interesting alternative.
My only negative comment would be to have a female read the female parts. the reader sounded too much like a man trying to convince the world that he is female in the voice used for Rachel's character.
I usually like Iles books, but this one was a disappointment. Sounded like he rushed to get it out for a deadline or something. I won't give up on him, but don't recommend this one.
Not Greg Iles at his best, I was surprised that this is the first of his work that I have not thoroughly enjoyed. Predicable.
I really enjoyed this book. It was not at all what I thought it was going to be. I was intrigued and captivated by the story. It was one of my favorite audio books.
No! There is TOO much back and forth with Rachael Weiss. Needs more meat and less sugar.
Greg is one of my favorite authors but he laid an egg here. Next listen! Greg or Vince Flynn.
Dick did a good job considering what he had to work with. He also is one of my favorites.
No! I wasted my last credit on this and feel ripped off. This was the first book I almost deleted before finishing.
I wonder if I'm a sexist or does anyone else notice how Women come across in these books.
They all sound like Miss Kitty, "be careful Matt".
Not even a little believable. I need to think that "this could really happen." Iles quality is undependable and inconsistent.
I don't think the premise was workable.
Dick Hill is great.
Probably my last Iles book.
I really like his Blood Memory book but found this one hard to follow and after chapter 4 did not want to listen any more.
House of Books
I like the way Iles reconceptualizes God, but the conclusion was way beyond my ability to suspend disbelief. My biggest issue was the Christ story. Entirely annoying.
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