Jon Evans’ "travel thriller" Invisible Armies transports listeners to the far-flung reaches of India, Paris, and London - an international scope which isn't surprising when one considers that the author is a bit of a globetrotter himself, having (at press time) traveled to six continents. Providing the audiobook’s female protagonist with a complementary mouthpiece, Lucinda Gainey performs this modern tale of computer hacking and global intrigue in multifaceted voices that all sound thoroughly invested in the story arc. In her voiceover projects, Gainey’s mantra is "breathing life into words!" She has a BFA in acting and studies with voice aficionado Nancy Wilson, experience that clearly manifests in her sophisticated delivery of the fictional material.
In a world where security cameras prove what you have done and databases define who you are, the few who know how to manipulate the technology can play God. They can change the future; they can alter the past. They can make big money, they can save the world, and they can get away with murder over and over again. Danielle Leaf grew up believing she was safe. Now she knows she was wrong. Award-winning author Jon Evans returns with a compulsive, fast-paced story that examines issues of Third World exploitation and the extreme edge of anti-capitalist activism. Invisible Armies is Cold War suspense for the modern age, a thriller that looks behind the power of protests and the politics of big business.