• Still Not Dead

  • A Sam Sunborn Novel
  • By: Charles Levin
  • Narrated by: Daniel Greenberg
  • Length: 8 hrs and 54 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Still Not Dead

By: Charles Levin
Narrated by: Daniel Greenberg
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Publisher's summary

Still not Dead is the new fast-paced thriller from the best-selling author of the Not So Dead trilogy.

“This latest book is as chilling as it is thrilling, and I simply couldn't put it down! This series is truly speculative political intrigue at its best." (Jo Niederhoff, San Francisco Book Review)

Sam Sunborn is dead. But is he really? Sam is not physically here, and his wife Monica resents him for deserting her and leaving their son fatherless. Yet, from the digital beyond and with Monica’s reluctant help, he’s dead set on stopping the most diabolical terrorist scheme the world has ever known.

Ashaki LaSalam has escaped from prison with the help of her lover, a mob boss with vast resources and a deadly secret. And Ashaki is bent on revenge after the US left her Kurdish mother to be raped and killed when America abandoned its Mideast allies. With a revolutionary neural weapon that can erase anyone’s memories forever, she launches devastating mass amnesia attacks, first on political leaders and then entire cities. Can America survive this mad assault on our minds?

If you like heart-pounding action, mind-bending inventions, and terrifying villains, then you'll love Charles Levin's gripping saga. Buy Still Not Dead to plug into a mind-bending, emotional thrill ride today.

©2021 Charles Levin (P)2022 Charles Levin

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A total success

I am glad that the same narrator has done all of the Sam Sunborn stories. Definitely makes continuity a plus.
With regards to the story-I was skeptical at first. Not thinking that the sequel to the trilogy could be good-I was wrong.
Sam struggles with not being human and his relationship with his wife, Monica.
With Asari’s sister as the villain who is avenging his death, she puts her demands on the American leaders.
Trying to atone for his demise - she eventually makes the crew of Sanborn’s take action that is morally suspect.
To find out how it ends -I suggest listening to this addition to the Sam Sanborn series..