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Binary

Narrated by: Christopher Lane
Length: 4 hrs and 26 mins
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Political radical John Wright is plotting an act of mass destruction - and federal agent John Graves has him under surveillance, trying to figure out what the plot is.

When a government computer is hacked and a high-security shipment of nerve gas gets hijacked, Graves puts the pieces together - but can he stop Wright from unleashing his weapon before it kills a million people...including the President of the United States?

©1972 John Lange; Copyright renewed 2000 by CrichtonSun LLC. “John Lange” and “Binary” are trademarks of CrichtonSun LLC, used under license. (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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  • Amy Dewey
  • 16-08-17

Fast paced, explosive, and fun.

Looking for a quick read that doesn't require too much thought or attention, but also doesn't insult your intelligence? Look no further.

Binary is a fast paced thriller that will keep you turning the pages as quickly as you can read. Easy to complete in 1 or 2 sittings. Great characters, strong plot, and a good villain male this a read that will keep you entertained from the first page to the last.

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  • 18-07-18

One of Crichton's better early works, but again s

I've been reading many of Crichton's early works. This one is better than some. This one is very dated politically and doesn't have a significant feminine character. While it suffers from some gaps in believability, it was an enjoyable listen.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 09-01-19

Very good early effort.

Michael Crichton has improved greatly over the years this was a very good early effort. I have enjoyed reading all of his books.

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  • ZUrlocker
  • 30-09-17

Good early Crichton

This is a decent Crichton thriller. It’s got a fast pace, increasing tension and reasonably good characters. The “evil genius” villain is a bit overdone, and some of the story requires significant suspension of disbelief. But overall it works even if you can guess some of it

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  • Sal In NJ
  • 26-10-19

gave up after 30 minutes

save your time and money sometimes we just go with the author but this one You can take a pass on

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  • Admiralu
  • 13-09-19

Apt Title for this Thrilling Work

This was another great early Crichton effort that was published under his pseudonym John Lange. This was a crime thriller about a political radical who planned on releasing nerve has in San Diego during the Republican convention and while the President was attending. A courageous State Department agent matches with with the madman. Twists and turns abound and though dated in some areas, it still holds up well today. Christopher Lane does a wonderful job narrating the action. You can see the early influences that will color his later techno thrillers. A great read/listen.