End of Secrets

  • by Ryan Quinn
  • Narrated by Emily Sutton-Smith
  • 11 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Though her specialty is foreign cyberterrorism, CIA agent Kera Mersal finds herself plunged into a bizarre domestic case. Singers, writers, and artists are disappearing, leaving no trace in a world where everyone leaves a digital footprint. Posing as a journalist, Kera attempts to track the artists' last-known movements.
On a hunt that takes her from the underground art scene to a rogue domestic spying program, Kera finds her investigation on a deadly collision course with ONE Corp., the world's largest multimedia conglomerate. As she's drawn deeper into the investigation, she discovers that an enigmatic young ad exec, a wealthy playboy, and a mysterious website may connect the missing artists and ONE's growing power. And with each discovery comes confirmation of a terrifying truth - no one's secrets are safe.
A smartly suspenseful and timely thriller, End of Secrets dives into the depths of our culture’s two most relentless obsessions: entertainment and profit.

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A bit slow

Being a a tech person I had higher hopes for this story, took me a long time to get involved in it; I finally realized it was partly due to the narrator who had little enthusiasm for the character she was portraying.
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- Dellyn

Just OK For Me

This book is a modern techno-sci-fi-"thriller" (quotes because most of it wasn't that thrilling) complete with government conspiracy and technological applications that are thoroughly impractical (more sci-fi) in the modern-day setting in which it takes place. Nonetheless I thought the premise of this book had a lot of potential, and it was pretty engaging at the beginning, but by about 1/3 through it starts to feel like it's dragging. Even though things are happening I found myself bored and not really caring, but I pushed through to the end, hoping for a big bang to make slogging through the middle worthwhile. Although the end is sufficient, it's certainly not the bang I was hoping for, and left me feeling overall ambivalent about the book. It's not great, it's not terrible, it's a relatively average book built on an interesting premise.

Emily Sutton-Smith's fantastic delivery of the story made the book enjoyable although the story was just average
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- Lia

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-01-2014
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio