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Summary

For years, Trent Turner has worked in the shadows using his vigilance and determination to covertly defend his country. His anonymous days dispatching of the world's dark realities are interrupted when the unthinkable happens and sends him on a path that could destroy him. He finds himself embroiled in a conspiracy where political and financial powers collide when members of a hacktivist group are strong-armed into helping a sworn enemy of the United States rise to power once again.

©2014 Huston & Sumair Global (P)2014 S. L. Jones

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  • cmw
  • 03-04-15

Really enjoyed this story

I quite enjoyed listening to this story. It flowed pretty well and had s good plot. There were s couple of choppy points in middle but overall very good. Enjoyed the mix of characters.

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  • Michael
  • 02-04-15

Excellent read.

Loved it, can't wait for the next one. Lots of things to explore in the next one.

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  • Bentley
  • 23-04-16

Looking forward to the next book. Good first book.

Good first book. Looking forward to the next book. Well done. Need 4 more words.

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  • Nancy
  • 14-06-15

Great

It was entertains and fast paced and very detailed ...this made it an exciting read!

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  • Cappy
  • 09-06-15

great

action o packed. great "read" will listen again to make sure I didn't miss anything. strong story line

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  • Skipperbuzzy
  • 22-05-15

Good book for a first from the author

The author did a good job on this book especially being his first. It could have used a little more action but overall it was a great listen. I look forward to his next book.

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  • M. Sterkel
  • 10-04-15

Good book a lot going on.

I started this book and got about 5 hrs into it and had to start over. I almost did not start over and finish it. I am glad I started over it was worth it. There is a lot going on in this book and I had some time following it. I think if I would read it it would have been better. The reader was pretty good but what confused me was there was so many players and same voices and 2 different names for some people. I think this would have been a 5 star for me if it had multiple readers like the Pike Logan series. I am going to listen to this one again in the near future and look forward to his next one.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-01-15

Great plot sometime story difficult to follow

This book was an excellent story. The plot was fantastic. The characters were very well done. The narrator was excellent for the story. My only complaint with this is that in some areas like the chapters were a little out of place or not as complete as they could've been. Still overall a very good read.I do look forward to the next book in the series. I believe that the offer will grow in his abilities as a writer. He even says at the end he has a long ways to go but he is correct he's got a book that he can be proud of.

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  • Eric
  • 08-01-18

Unfortunately terrible

I'd love to support this new author's debut work, but honestly I can't. I found the sorry to be awfully weak. The characters were one-dimensional and uninspiring. I think S. L. Jones is onto a winner with the theme, but there's nothing thrilling or riveting about this book. After reading positive reviews I forced myself to listen through the end, but it didn't really get particularly better.

The narration was clear and high-quality, except it had the personality of an interesting sheet of cardboard; the narrator would be excellent for a different genre, but I think he was an inappropriate choice for this book.

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  • tim buffington
  • 01-04-15

Good, but:

He had a very good plot and the use of cutting edge electronics was interesting. My complaints were that it seemed that a chapter was left out every now and then. Eg, Trent was possibly dead, then the next chapter he was talking to an old frend. There was no explanation about what had happened. This kind of disjointedness happened several times in the story. I suspect that it was the editing rather than the author, but who knows? Additionally, but not as importantly, there seemed to be several coincidences in the book, ( he was looking for an assasin and accidentally would run into him instead of finding him logically), that kind of thing. The author is talented enough to not need this convenient happenstance. If I knew these issues were addressed I would buy a book by him again, but not until they are.