The Insider Threat : Pike Logan

  • by Brad Taylor
  • Narrated by Henry Strozier, Rich Orlow
  • Series: Pike Logan
  • 13 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In the eighth action-packed thriller in the New York Times best-selling Pike Logan series, ISIS, the most maniacal terrorist organization the modern world has ever seen, is poised to make their most audacious strike yet. The United States has anticipated and averted countless attacks from terrorist groups - thanks in large part to the extralegal counterterrorist unit known as the Taskforce. But in The Insider Threat, a much more insidious evil is about to shatter the false sense of safety surrounding civilized nations. While world powers combat ISIS on the battlefield, a different threat is set in motion by the group - one that can't be defeated by an airstrike. Off the radar of every Western intelligence organization, able to penetrate America or any European state, they intend to commit an act of unimaginable barbarity. Only Pike Logan and the Taskforce stand in the way of an attack no one anticipates, a grand deception that will wreak unthinkable chaos and reverberate throughout the Western world.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Good Pike book in the series, but...

As I've mentioned in previous book reviews, the issue with theses is that the 2 narrators don't "stick to their characters". The younger voice is perfect for Pike and his team. But they don't always keep him as Pike- the gruff, older voice takes on Pikes voice at times. It just doesn't work. It makes it disjointed and distracting from the story.
Otherwise, it's a typical Pike story with him leading the team in odd ways with a co kier than normal attitude. Worth the listen, but not the best of all in the series as it pulls in too much of Pike and Jennifer's relationship.
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- Carol "killian1234"

It was so bad, I can't remember the story line.

What was most disappointing about Brad Taylor’s story?

The narration was very disappointing. Even though there was supposed to be a specific narrator for the Pike Logan role, both performers spoke in the first person when Pike was the subject. It was very hard to for me to keep up. I made it half way through this audio book and put it away.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The transition from one narrator to the other, was very disorganized, in my opinion.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Mostly disappointment. It might be a better read than a listen.

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- John

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-30-2015
  • Publisher: Recorded Books