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This was to be her last day alive. The renowned criminal psychologist Ira Samin prepared her suicide thoroughly. The death of her eldest daughter had weighed too heavily on her conscience for her to carry on and she yearned for one last drink to raise a toast to oblivion. Her morbid plans are interrupted and she is called in to negotiate a gruesome hostage situation at a radio station where a psychopath is playing a morbid game.
While the show is on air, he calls people from the phonebook at random. If they pick up the phone with a certain slogan, a hostage is set free. If they don’t, then the hostage is unceremoniously shot. The man threatens to continue playing this game until his fiancée arrives at the studio. The only problem is that his fiancée died several months ago....
Amok is a tense psychological hostage thriller set in a Berlin Radio Station, from the internationally renowned author of the best-selling Audible Original Drama The Child.
Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program.
©2007 Sebastian Fitzek (P)2015 Audible Ltd.
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2 out of 5 stars
By Slim on 03-09-16

Ok

I didnt like it it was sort of boring to me in my own opinion yuck

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20 of 22 people found this review helpful

2 out of 5 stars
By Jim "The Impatient" on 09-22-15

PETROL STATION

This did nothing to make me want to listen to the whole thing. So, glad it was free. We have a woman who is planning her suicide and a guy who is going explode a bomb in a busy area. It ends before we find if they succeed and why they are doing what they are doing. I am not big in to Mysteries, so I found I did not care enough to buy the book.

The production and narrators were okay, but did not really stand out.

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14 of 16 people found this review helpful

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2 out of 5 stars
By Highlight on 07-26-15

Over Blown Pathetic Clap Trap - Bad Writing

The pretentious writing is annoying pathetic clap trap.

This writer is trying far too hard, leading to failure. This is what I expect an amateur to produce, not a writer who is expecting his intelligent paying audience to read.

I listened to the 15 minutes of Free Claptrap which went on like 5 hours of gut wrenching torture, feeling very sorry for my grey cells which were
begging me to 'Switch Off'. But I wanted to persevere to find out what all of the Over Blown Advertising was all about, when suddenly the ever so serious excited narrator; STOPPED rambling !! and all went Dead - Thank God. All it left me feeling was - NOTHING. Just glad it was over.
Why are we being advertised to death to Listen to and buy this Dreadful work ???
Now I can get on with my life and stop wondering any longer.
What a luxury this feels and I am so happy no to have fallen into the Advertisers Trap - I will keep my valuable Credits and my precious money.
I escaped yet more Brain Washing to buy Bad Work.

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8 of 9 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By The Dogs Mum on 02-15-16

Hooked

I was hooked from the very beginning so now I'm off to get the rest of the book.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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4 out of 5 stars
By Tony on 05-12-15

Beware! - This Review And All Others May Wrong

When you review a book on Audible you had better make sure you have got it right because you cannot change it nor can you remove it once it’s been posted.

I found this out when I reviewed the book “Revolution” under the heading, “Come On Russ Matey”. A week after I submitted the review I re-read the book and found that I had been wrong and far too negative in my assessment of it. Also, I re-read it when I was sober which makes a big difference in one’s judgment.

Realising that I had written a review that might lead other Audible members astray, I wrote a number of emails to Audible US and Audible Australia to request that the review be deleted. They fussed around promising to look into “this” and look into “that” and finally went off the air. Two weeks later I approached them again have had nothing but silence ever since.

As a member can only review a title that they have purchased and can only review a title once, I have no choice but to vent my concerns to this and other titles that I don’t want to pay for just to post this review. Obviously, I am unable to post it under the “Revolution” title a second time.

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