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One False Move

Length: 10 hrs and 13 mins
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Summary

Random House presents the audiobook edition of One False Move by Robert Goddard, read by Fiona Hampton and Alistair Petrie.

What value can be put on a human mind?

How Joe Roberts does what he does is a mystery. He has a brain that seems able to outperform a computer. To a games company like Venstrom that promises big profits if his abilities can be properly exploited. So they send Nicole Nevinson to track him down and make him an offer too good to refuse.

But Venstrom aren’t the only people interested in Joe. His current boss, a shady businessman, is already making serious money out of Joe’s talents and isn’t going to let him go without a fight. And then there are other forces, with still darker intentions, who have their own plans for him.

Almost before she knows it, Nicole’s crossed an invisible line into a world where the game being played has rules she doesn’t understand and where no-one can help her win.

But win she must. Because the battle now isn’t just for Joe’s mind - it’s for Nicole’s life.

©2019 Robert Goddard (P)2019 Random House Audiobooks

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Not up to scratch...

Have read all of RG’s book and the last two this and Panic Room have been very weak, no real excitement, didn’t care about the characters. This was very uninteresting, back story really boring and premise just not believable. Sorry a real disappointment, after Panic Room thought the only way I would get through it would be to listen on audible as I wanted to give it a go, but nearly stopped listening, definitely would not have managed to finish it if I had been reading it. Love his old stuff, if you have not read him go back to the beginning and enjoy In Pale Battalions onwards but these latest ones are not a good place to start!

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