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When Detective Norton is called to investigate the slaughter of an entire office, little did he know that it would turn his world upside down. Already grieving the death of his girlfriend, he isn't prepared to uncover the truth behind the deaths. How deep does this go?
I thoroughly enjoyed this!! The plot was fast paced and intense. Once the detective finds out about the program and what it does, it really picks up the pace. You can just imagine what that type of technology can do!! And no, I'm not telling you because it's better if you go into this blind. It's much more enjoyable, well it was for me anyway!
In all, this is a quick read, but it's a fast paced, thrilling and entertaining one. It would give you chills thinking about the program!!! If you enjoy techno-thrillers, then you're sure to enjoy this.
Rick Gregory read this really well. His cadences and tones brought the atmosphere to life and made this more enjoyable. While his voices for certain characters could do with a little more differentiation, they were still good enough that I could follow who was talking.
I was given this free audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. This in no way affected nor influenced my thoughts.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
Ok, so I may have nerded-out on this story, as this sort of trope is one of my favorites. Bad computer program killing innocent people? Check. Stereotypical cop teams up with foreign assassin-type to save the world? Check. Well done, all around! Excellent job by the narrator, whom I've listened to before, and has done a good job with acting the characters as well as reading the lines.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Terror Byte is a techno-horror about a computer virus that has been created as a weapon. A copy of the virus ends up on a USB memory stick and then gets lost, only to be found by an unsuspecting man who is curious about what might be on the stick. He plugs it in and all hell breaks loose in the office where he works.
The story follows the progress of the detective investigating the case. When MI5 and a deadly assassin also get involved, the detective starts to put the pieces together and realises how much danger he is in.
The pace of the story is quite good, although I did feel the character's personalities were sometimes conflicted, especially the assassin. I wasn't put off by that though and continued on to finish the story.
The author left the story with an opening for a possible sequel.