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Publisher's Summary

Not So Done, a new fast-paced thriller from the best-selling author of Not So Dead and Not So Gone

What if an international terrorist teams up with White nationalists to plot the deadliest attack in American history? Who can stop them?

In Not So Done, Sam Sunborn, Rich Little, Michelle Hadar, and Renata Fermi return to wage their greatest battle yet: keep the country safe and save their own families.

But wait! The Leopard is back with a nefarious plot of his own in Paris and New York, using bodyjacking technology he ripped off from Frank Einstein. Can Sam and his ragtag team use wit and will alone to prevent a global disaster?

If you like heart-pounding action, mind-bending inventions, and terrifying villains, then you'll love Charles Levin's gripping saga. 

Buy Not So Done to plug into a cyber thrill-ride today!

Charlie's 23-year background in tech, a degree in philosophy, and love of fast-paced thrillers are the brew that created Not So Done. He is the founder of Pathfinder Consulting Group, which builds, maintains, and markets multi-million-dollar websites together with providing strategic planning and business development services. He lives in New Jersey with his wife, Amy, and has two grown sons, too far away in California.

©2020 Charles Levin (P)2020 Charles Levin

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INTENSE! Couldn't waiI was t to see how it ended.

I was so excited to find out that this third book in the series had been actually written.. I really love the premise of the stories that happened in the first two books and really wanted to find out how it would continue.
Charles Levin did not disappoint and I would say that the story keeps getting better and better.. Finding out that most of the technical knowledge and concepts used in the book are based on actual real life made the books even more appealing..
I love the narrator and hope that he does the fourth book that I hear is in the works.
Fantastic work by this author..

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Sam Is Back

Another excellent thriller in the San Sunborn series. The group is battling a terroristic threat, they must stop a pandemic from killing hundreds of thousands of humans. Daniel Greenberg is an extraordinary narrator for Not So Dead. Levin and Greenberg make an unbeatable team for our reading and listening enjoyment.

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Hard Boiled Science Fiction

Fascinating story, and very timely. Very relatable characters, interesting situation. I am not usually drawn to the tougher-talking or inherently violent characters, but this book, and even the harder characters, was quite compelling.

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It Feels Frighteningly Real

This third book in the Sam Sunburn series blew me away, it felt so frighteningly real and had me totally hooked from beginning to end. It's a fast pace thriller from beginning to end so be prepared to put everything else aside while you listen to this one. In my opinion, you will get more from this book if you have read or listened to the preceding books, but if you're diving in here the author does give you enough information so you can listen and become enthralled.

Sam and Frank learn that The Leopard has returned using Frank's body transferring technology and has a nefarious scheme to exact his revenge, will they be able to stop him? There is also another threat from the Leopard's sister, an equally brilliant and determined terrorist, who has enlisted the help of a group of white-nationalists to carry out her plan to spread a killer virus which makes COVID 19 look like the common cold. So Sam, Frank, Rich and the rest of his friends from DHS and other law-enforcement agencies need to discover who/where the Leopard is, then stop him and his army of body-jacked soldiers from taking over the country and then the western world. While at the same time trying to stop his bodyjacked army as well as tracking down his sister and trying to stop the virus from indiscriminately killing millions. If that's not enough Sam also has to deal with martial troubles as Monica informs him enough is enough and she's leaving him, I have to say her attitude was quite irrational and annoying most of the time.

I'm not into tech, but the tech in this story is explained well and in a way, I found it easy to follow. The bodyjacking and pathogen scenarios feel frighteningly real. At the start of the story the author informs us that nearly all technology in the book is real with very little fiction, what's more, he provided links at the end for the reader to check on their own.

The narration is again performed by Daniel Greenberg who has done a wonderful job on all three books in this series. The story remains topical of current events and has caused me to wonder, what if?

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Cutting Edge Thriller

The third book in the series is the most convoluted thrill ride yet. Not only must Sam and his friends combat an old enemy, they also have to foil the plans of another terrorist, who has teamed up with white nationalists. There is a brief recap and explanation of what is going on, so this novel can be read as a stand alone; however, having experience with the other two books in the series adds to the appreciation of the characters. I recommend this book with a caveat that some of the language is for more mature readers. Daniel Greenberg continues doing a great job as the narrator. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.

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The 'what if' thoughts on this are...staggering!

A great ride! I was hooked from the beginning and it was hard to put down. I tend to 'put the book down' and think about what is going on - or just happened - to analyze my feelings about it and just think 'what if?'. Or, in this case, pause. With this one, the implications are quite frankly disturbing and staggering. I had to keep listening; I had to know more!

The only 'negative' I really had was regarding the narration. It was often difficult to keep the characters straight, and I found myself rewinding often to clarify who was in the scene.

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Fast Paced Thriller Relevant to Current Events


Holy cow! Please keep your arms and legs inside the ride at all times. Get ready for a super fast pace thriller. The first two books were warm ups. Once the somewhat brief introduction to bring you up to speed begins, this book really takes off! This is the third book in the Sam Sunburn series. While it definitely helps to have read the first two books, there is enough of a recap for newcomers. Sam and Frank learn that an old nemesis has returned with a nefarious scheme. There is also another threat, so our heroes must fight on two fronts. Poor Sam also has to deal with martial troubles as well. I frankly wanted to shake some sense into Monica, I thought she was quite irrational at times. This story grabs you and doesn't let up. The tech is explained well and in an accessible way. The bodyjacking and pathogen scenarios are quite frightening. The author notes that nearly everything in the book is real with very little fiction. Links are provided at the end for the reader to check on their own. The audio book version is once again handled by the wonderful Daniel Greenberg. This story manages to remain topical of current events, yet still be realistically frightening. This would make a fantastic television show. A thrill a minute ride that is hard to put down!

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Exciting

A great techno thriller with nonstop action, two terrorists plotting two different attacks. Body snatching and implanting deceased peoples memories that keep on growing. A pandemic of epic proportions. Wonderful and exciting story. I received a complimentary audio and this review is voluntary.

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Exciting from start to finish

This is an exciting mad dash in a technological thriller. Body snatching for embedding an electronic personality, a pandemic, and technological race. Technology was used to create the problems, but it's being used as well as to take down the mad-men. It was exciting and well written. So much going on at the same time, that the author must have gone nuts to keep it all straight.

I listened to the audio version of the book. The narrator did a great job with this very well executed story. There is violence and language so I recommend this book for a mature reader.

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Still going strong

Sam and The Leopard are 'alive' again, in a development that, as one of the characters says, moves this from science-fiction to dystopian future. Although I'm nothing if I'm not old school, so I'd call it CyberPunk :P

Dual threats, non-stop action and old and new characters running against time made this story impossible to put down even for a second.

Original, challenging, exciting and pushing the limits of both reality and ethics, this third instalment of the series doesn't disappoint.

Daniel Greenberg does a great job with the narration.

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  • Janalyn
  • 12-15-20

This book was so good!

I want this book from the author and put it in my library and almost forgot about it until looking through and I saw it yesterday. I started listening and couldn’t stop until it was over. I can’t stand the leprechaun he’s a jerk, but love everyone else and I already have booked one down loaded and ready to go I need to know who these people are wondering came from and what makes them so good they’re awesome I love them I usually do not like books about terrorism but throw in a racist and that makes the party in habitable. This book was so much fun in fast-paced and nonstop goodness. I especially like the little laughs the author throws in from time to time I appreciate that not to mention the narrator who did an awesome job. I loved everything about this book and I highly recommend that if you love things about terrorism and stupid Nazis when you love this book, I know I did it was freaking awesome!🤩

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  • Julie
  • 08-03-20

Scary world makes for Great story

Oh wow!! I really enjoyed this book. This is book three in what I think might be a great series (judging by this book). I must admit I haven't listen to the other books and I have obviously missed a thrilling adventure (that I will have to visit) but it is easy to pick up the story and follow along and what a ride it is. The story is told by multiple characters, so definitively keeps you on your toes but so much happens in this book that it keeps you hooked until the end. The plot was interesting, especially with the world as it is at the moment and with two dominant baddies trying to take down the world (in very different ways) there was plenty of action and suspense. Just a really good book that I would recommend, in fact I might get the kindle version for my dad to read.
They thought with the death of the leopard they were safe but they were wrong and now they face a double attack. Sam, Rich, Michelle and Renata must stop not only the Leopard again but In a different form (who after stealing the technology that brought Sam back to life has chosen a new and better body) but also his sister. The pair work separately to unleash chaos and destruction on the American public. One wants to take over the world by taking over bodies and the other wants to destroy as many lives as possible. Both are deadly and need to be stopped but with time running out before they launch there attacks, will the four fearless agents trust the wrong people?
I liked the narrator and thought he did a good job with the many voices needed to bring this story to life.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.