Two physicists are in a race with federal authorities and three former CIA agents to detonate a dirty bomb in Las Vegas. The physicists deploy several explosive devices, hidden in plain sight, that can be detonated at any time. Federal authorities realize too late that their best technologies, people, and staff cannot detect the existence and movement of small bombs. The safety of Las Vegas depends on three former CIA agents brought together by an employer with ill intent and strong ties to venture capitalists funding the latest crop of entrepreneurs. Who will win? Will Las Vegas be saved?
I really enjoyed this story and the way the plot was laid out and the characters were introduced with the information provided on them, however at times I did find it difficult to follow, it was however well worth following. Howard Weiner has written a very intense plot that you don’t want to stop listening to. You do have to pay very close attention to the clever story because it is very involved. I can highly recommend listening to this book.
Laura Coplands narration was very well done especially given how interwoven this story is and the amount of dialogue and information. The changing in voices were flawless and well defined. The tone was well maintained throughout and the intensity was well expressed.
The combination of Howard Wieners storytelling and Laura Coplands narration were a perfect combination
I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Howard Weiner. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.
A very informative book with a fascinating plot and form of storytelling. Two remarkable physicists are set to explode a dirty bomb in the City of Las Vegas, but what you’ll discover is what set them off in the first place. The narrative is the dominate form of storytelling compared to character dialogue which caused more difficulty following the story. The characters were definitely intriguing with their own set of quirks and personalities
I fully commend the narrator for making this story come to life. I did struggle to finish this one because of the sheer amount of information without much dialogue. So I think her performance was outstanding.