Chandler Scott, a rising TV journalist, tries to connect the dots in a country mired in another financial crisis. Cyber terrorists add to the flames of fear. The public yearns for help from its leaders who respond in ways previously unimagined. Politics and economics collide during the presidential election of 2020.
Chandler uncovers a dark, far-reaching conspiracy that plants the seeds for the next crisis, a crisis that will shape the future of the United States of America and the world.
2020 is a fusion of historical events with a near-term look at the future. It is a thriller so convincing in its accuracy that listeners will be left to ponder if these events could actually come to fruition.
2020 is an interesting book about love, politics, and economics. While the story is based in the future, a lot of the information describes what the country is going through now. It is not just about the United States, but speaks about the economic issues in other countries, and how everything is pretty much tied together.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
This audiobook is about love and politics and economics. There's enough information describes what the country is going through now. It is about the economic issues in the different countries, and how everything is tied together.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I enjoyed this book.A true thriller in every way.The writing was excellent and kept my attention.Mr Mosquera does ok as a narator ,but his voices were anything but believable.
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A little frightening that this could in fact take place, and most likely will.
Well written if a little slow at the start, narrative was OK but I`m not a big fan of having a book read to me. For me an audiobook should draw me in as a listener and bring me into your world.
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This book started off slow, so I would recommed it with with a warning about that.
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