Vector

  • by James Abel
  • Narrated by Ray Porter
  • 12 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Amazon rain forest spawns a new terror that will bring the world to its knees in this new Joe Rush biothriller....
Joe Rush is at an Amazon gold rush to study new forms of malaria when his best friend and partner, Eddie Nakamura, disappears. Learning that many of the sick miners have also vanished, Rush begins a search for Eddie that takes him into the heart of darkness - where he must battle for his life and where he discovers a secret that may change the world.
Thousands of miles away, floods of sick people are starting to appear in US hospitals. When the White House admits that it has received terrorist threats, cities across the Northeast begin to shut down. Rush and his team must journey from one of the most remote spots on Earth to one of the busiest as the clock ticks toward a kind of annihilation not thought possible. They have even less time than they think to solve the mystery, for the danger - as bad as it is - is about to get even worse.

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Great Story as Always and Narration Perfection

I stopped what I was doing Tuesday morning when the 4th Joe Rush novel was released on Audible. I loved the first three novels.
James Abel is actually Joe Reiss and has written over 20 novels. I don't know why he chose to change his name for the Joe Rush novels, but the writing in these novels show that he's not new to the game.
Vector, as well as the rest of the Joe Rush novels, is smart and surprising and has fun twists that keep you interested until the last word.
Joe Rush is a reluctant hero who is forever getting in trouble with the establishment. He knows and speaks of his limits. He's just flawed enough to make him real and interesting and likable.
The bad guy in the story was believable and easy to hate. All of the character development was great.
The story and pace of action was fun. The ending drove right up to the last minutes of the book. I loved the ending.
Ray Porter as a narrator is so talented. I know these stories are better with him vs reading them as a traditional book.
I highly recommend Vector and all of the Joe Rush Novels.
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- Marci

Beware! this book is hard to put down.

Well written and perfectly executed I finished the book in one night. I'm definitely looking forward to the next book.
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- tony

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-25-2017
  • Publisher: Penguin Audio