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Jeff Aiken
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UNABRIDGED
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  • 1

    Zero Day: A Jeff Aiken Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 39 mins)
    • By Mark Russinovich
    • Narrated By Johnny Heller
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (555)
    Performance
    (501)
    Story
    (508)

    An airliner’s controls abruptly fail mid-flight over the Atlantic. An oil tanker runs aground in Japan when its navigational system suddenly stops dead. Hospitals everywhere have to abandon their computer databases when patients die after being administered incorrect dosages of their medicine. In the Midwest, a nuclear power plant nearly becomes the next Chernobyl when its cooling systems malfunction. At first, these random computer failures seem like unrelated events.

    Brian says: "Techno-thriller that gets the tech right"
    Techno-thriller that gets the tech right

    It's not all that common that authors who use technology in their stories get the tech right. Mark does that very well. Since I have a background in..Show More »

    Reviewed on November 06 2012 by Brian (Nebraska, United States)
  • 2

    Trojan Horse: A Jeff Aiken Novel, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 50 mins)
    • By Mark Russinovich, Kevin Mitnick (foreword)
    • Narrated By Johnny Heller
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (240)
    Performance
    (215)
    Story
    (217)

    It’s two years after the Zero Day attacks, and cybersecurity analyst Jeff Aiken is reaping the rewards for crippling AlQaida’s assault on the computer infrastructure of the Western world. His company is flourishing, and his relationship with former government agent Daryl Haugen has intensifiedsince she became a part of his team. But the West is under its greatest threat yet. A revolutionary, invisible trojan that alters data without leaving a trace has been identified, roiling international politics.

    Invisibled says: "Great book almost ruined by a horrific narrator"
    Great book almost ruined by a horrific narrator

    I'd recommend the book, but not the audiobook. Johnny Heller is probably my least favorite reader.

    Reviewed on June 21 2013 by Invisibled (California)