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Summary

Against all odds, Aydin Torkal - aka Sleeper 13 - broke free from the terrorist group that took him as a child and raised him into a life of violence and hate.   

In the two years since, he's been tracking and killing all those responsible. But he's not done yet.  

Now living a secret life in London, he receives a surprise visit from Rachel Cox of MI6. She needs his help to infiltrate a sinister new terrorist cell who've taken root in the USA. 

Aydin is initially reluctant. But when he learns that a member of the group is the brother of Aziz Al-Addad, 'the Teacher' responsible for Aydin's horrific upbringing, his mind is changed.  

Aydin thought he'd broken free from life as an insurgent. But in order to scupper their deadly plans, he must now convince the world's most dangerous terrorist cell that he's one of them.  

He must do it before the world suffers another deadly attack.  

He will have to do it on his own.  

He is Imposter 13.

©2019 Rob Sinclair (P)2019 Orion Publishing Group

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Could have been so much better

I usually quite like the narrator who reads the John Milton books. This is not one of his best works though. One of the characters, the female analysis from GCHQ is so annoying and stupid it makes you forget about the story and wish that he would shut up with the stupid voice he is using to portray her! On to the book, the concept is very good, a fairly new idea in an area that is saturated at the moment. However for me it disappoints, the support character, Cox, just doesn’t work for me and the speed at which they travel around the globe to be in the right place at the right time is a bit unreal. I’m sure there will be a sequel, not aired I’d bother though. Especially if the lady in GCHQ is still employed!!!

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Just gets Better and Better

Rob Sinclair’s writing and David Thorpe narrating is all you need to know ...Ace.
Really a hope a 4th book is in the making .

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Really hard going!!

The kindest comment I can think of is that this book definitely doesn’t translate to audio.

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Utterly brilliant !

I’m really hoping that this is not the last in this series as I’ve thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish! The narrator was spot on too which is also crucial.
I shall shall keep my fingers crossed for a book 4 coming very soon!