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Publisher's Summary

The first novel in an explosive new series inspired by Robert Ludlum's Bourne universe, The Treadstone Resurrection introduces an unforgettable hero and the shadowy world that forged him....

Treadstone made Jason Bourne an unstoppable force, but he's not the only one.

Operation Treadstone has nearly ruined Adam Hayes. The top-secret CIA Black Ops program trained him to be an all but invincible assassin, but it also cost him his family and any chance at a normal life. Which is why he was determined to get out. Working as a carpenter in rural Washington state, Adam thinks he has left Treadstone in the past, until he receives a mysterious email from a former colleague, and soon after is attacked by an unknown hit team at his job site. Adam must regain the skills that Treadstone taught him - lightning reflexes and a cold conscience - in order to discover who the would-be killers are and why they have come after him now. 

Are his pursuers enemies from a long-ago mission? Rival intelligence agents? Or, perhaps, forces inside Treadstone? His search will unearth secrets in the highest levels of government and pull him back into the shadowy world he worked so hard to forget. 

©2019 Joshua Hood (P)2019 Penguin Audio

Critic Reviews

“An intense and electrifying espionage adventure...a worthy addition to the Ludlum bookshelf.” (Mark Greaney, number one New York Times best-selling author of Mission Critical)

“This one would be prime thriller fare on its own, even without the Ludlum connection, and action fans will definitely want to stick around to see what Hayes gets up to next.” (Booklist)

“Joshua Hood crushes it, proving himself a worthy inheritor of the legacy.” (Jack Carr, former Navy SEAL sniper and author of True Believer

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overdrawn at the cliche atm

Although the story moves along smartly enough, the author(s) couldn't get a gold card and had to settle for the lowest-level account at the dead metaphor bank. There are no surprises in this book, and nothing interesting about the story-telling. Hey, have you heard the one about the two wolves fighting inside you? Yeah, me too. The master tracker in the jungle knew he was on the right track (ha) because the footprint had the brand name--Vibram--Knox's favorite. Oh, dear God. There isn't enough metaphorical tension to hold a sentence together, so the whole book is a constant let-dawn at the micro and macro level. The bullet wound felt like someone had hammered a nail through his flesh. No kidding. The thunder rumbled like a cannon; the cannon rumbled like thunder. Maybe this was written by a computer with 50-year-old software . . .

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No! No! No!

Robert Ludlum is rolling over in his grave.... this book is worse than the jermy renner movie

Don’t waste a credit ...... don’t t waste your time

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Idiotic story written by a twelve year old

I guess they needed all the product placements to pay the ghost writer. Dozens of weapons, all identifed in loving detail: Manufacturer, Model, Caliber, Options.

Impossible escapes are the norm and our hero is really fighting for Truth, Justice and the American Way.

Dumb.

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Unbelievable uninteresting and finally over

Cliché ridden with characters it’s hard to even care about. Perfect to fall asleep at night listening to it. Half the book is filled with extremely technical descriptions of obscure weaponry, the other half is filled with the main character using the weapons or being shot at with them. Completely unbelievable.

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Excellent

I just finished it. I have one very big complaint: it was too short 😥 I loved Adam and the issues he got himself into, I loved his humour. Looking forward to the next ones in the series! Congratulations on a great start to an exciting new series

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Treadstone Black Brier

Love these type of spy novels. Listen and dream of being an undercover badass visiting countries around the world

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Did not like the way the story was told

The book started out okay, but got repetitious and boring. There are a lot of mistakes in details that should be factual such as the size and composition of 00 buckshot as well as other details about weapons. It ruins the story when authors make assumptions. Would not recommend.

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Not Robert Ludlum

This book is a prime example of a somewhat good story, but falls short on the wordsmith execution. Also the story pushes past being believable which disconnects the reader from identifying with the main character. Having experienced the writing skill of Robert Ludlum, the contrast of a master to a novice is plain to see. Somehow you can finish the sentence of the novice before you read/ hear it, seaming like the author was too much in a hurry, but the master constantly surprises with identifiable emotion and with patience, expertly builds and moves between multiple plots and emotionally identifiable characters which coalesce at the end. Wreaking yet again your secret promise of getting to sleep at a decent hour.

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Fast paced

Great book, narrator was very good. Story keeps you involved and anticipating next moves by the main character.

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Good entertainment, but not the top shelf

I enjoyed listening to this as light entertainment, but it's not the standard of e.g. The Gray Man series. Got this on a two for one credit sale, might consider getting book 2 on a similar sale.