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Tracker Hacker

Narrated by: John Solo
Length: 6 hrs and 22 mins
4 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)
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High school student. Hockey player. Computer whiz kid. Covert agent?

At 16, Theo Reese is the youngest agent for Tactical Operational Support. His way with computers makes him invaluable. He designs new gadgets, helps agents (including his parents) in the field, and works to keep the TOS network safe. But when a hacker breaches the system TOS uses to track agents, Theo is put to the test like never before.

Thrust from behind the safety of his desk, Theo must go into the field to put a stop to the hack. He’s scared but resolved because one of the missing agents is his father. And just to make it more interesting, he has to keep everything a secret from his boyfriend and teammates.

Can Theo get the job done, save his dad, and make things good with his boyfriend?

©2018 Dreamspinner Press (P)2018 Dreamspinner Press

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  • Eddie T
  • detroit, MI, United States
  • 01-20-19

Loved it

I don’t understand the low rating I loved this story great characters and story teenage Jason Borne

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Tracker Hacker

This book was interesting. I didn't understand much of the technology lingo throughout the entirety of the book, though not knowing what the characters were talking about didn't take anything away from the story for me. This was kind of like listening to a Spy Kids movie as a book, but with a gay main character, making it so much better in my opinion.

Theo, the main character, is basically the IT mind behind a secret agency. A few times I was a little confused about his age and how he knew so much about hacking and IT-related things. I mean he was only 16 but sometimes when they talked about his experience and schooling and how early he started out it made him seem older to me. I almost wish he was more like 17-18yrs starting out. It would have made it seem a little more realistic (even though this is a YA fiction story).

Theo's boyfriend really annoyed me with his thoughts and actions during the entire book. I kind of wanted him to be associated with the "bad guys" so Theo and the team could take him out of the equation. Lol. But darn it, that wasn't part of the story. This book was good overall though. I'm really interested to see where the next few books of this story are headed and if Theo sticks with the agency or splits to do his own thing. I could read books like this all day; the story keeps you interested with the action, drama and mystery behind the plot, with just the tiniest smidge of younger romance, which still keeps the characters on the more sweet and cute side. Well done with the plot lines and keeping us interested in how everything plays out.

Audio - John Solo did a great job with this one. His voicing was perfect for Theo's character, as well as everyone else and he really added an extra level to this book with his narration. I hope they stick with him as the narrator if the next few books are produced. He is definitely the voice of Theo; no one else will do him justice now. Lol.