After Sam Cleave's perilous experience on the North Sea oil rig, Deep Sea One, he endevours to take life a little slower and keep to his mundane journalism job at the local newspaper. However, an unforeseen turn of events urges Sam to accept a freelance writing job offered by none other than Jefferson Daniels, the world renowned explorer with whom he shared their first terrifying expedition to Antarctica in search of Ice Station Wolfenstein a year or two before.
Soon Sam discovers that Dave Purdue and Nina Gould are also involved in this exclusive enterprise and, in the Arizona desert they are all about to discover just how deep FireStorm intends to take their initiates. When all connections to the outside world are severed and personal belongings become redundant, Sam and Nina begin to doubt the good intentions of FireStorm and its new anti-privacy software soon to be distributed worldwide. Before long their reluctance to conform becomes a gesture of threat and they soon find themselves in a desperate struggle for freedom where anyone, anywhere could be in league with FireStorm.
Will this be the Death of Privacy or will the worldwide domination of personal information be successfully thwarted?
Black Sun Rising leads the listener on a roller-coaster ride in search of a legend. Packed with breathtaking suspense and nerve-shredding action, Black Sun Rising is a thrilling listen for all fans of action, suspense, and intrigue.
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Unable to listen to for more that 10 minutes
The first two books of the series that I read were ok. I was also hooked in thinking the book was written by Preston AND Childs, not one person. I had purchased this book before I listened to the others, but I would have if I had listened to them before.
After about 5 minutes I was unable to listen to the narration any more. He sounded like he was jumping out of his skin with excitement when nothing exciting was happening yet. All of his sentences were run together. It was impossible to know where the narration ended and the character lines were being read.
- R voss