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I really hope that this book is the beginning of a series. I thought it was fantastic. Once I started listening I could not stop until the book ended, and even then I was sorry when it was over. I mean this poor guy, Zac Miller went from one impossible situation to the next and I kept thinking that something was going to happen. Some kind of circumstance that he would not be able to get out of. This book is so well written and the character of Zac is so unassuming that he seems to come up with these half baked plans on the fly. What makes him stand apart from so many other characters in espionage books is that Miller doesn't sit a map out a strategy. His opponents and conflicts just happen on his way to escaping Iran where his plane made an emergency landing.
This book is excellent fast paced reading and the ending leaves it open for additional books (one can only hope).
Jonathan Davis does an outstanding job narrating.
My HIGHEST RECOMMENDATIONS!!
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Warning Light was originally self published by the author and released in paperback format only (no Kindle ebook release!) on June 28, 2014. The novel sold reasonably well considering the format limitation and received rave reviews, but the paperback only release severely limited sales. So this week Random House re-released the book as an original release in multiple formats and with all of the marketing power of the publisher. The marketing included very positive blurbs from Lee Child, Mark Greaney, Alex Berensen, Steve Berry, James Abel, and Grant Blaackwood. They've scheduled an extensive book signing tour with the author and several other famous espionage thriller authors.
Warning Light is an excellent espionage thriller with a refreshing protagonist in young CIA analyst Zac Miller who finds himself trapped and hunted as a spy in Iran without the ability to speak Farsi. The plot is clever and complex. The Iranian regime is also clever as it sets up Miller to also be hunted by his own and allied agencies after escaping Iran. Jonathan Davis narrates superbly. I highly recommend Warning Light as a action filled and very suspenseful espionage thriller. The hype is justified.
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