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Publisher's Summary

An elite criminal hacker takes control of a US submarine, training its nuclear missiles on a target that, if struck, will cause devastating climate change across the globe. With the world held ransom, only former NSA operative Lana Elkins and her crew of cyberspies stand a chance at averting this unprecedented Armageddon. But as time runs out, a sinister figure from Lana's past puts the mission in jeopardy. Caught in a trifecta of intrigue, power, and blackmail, Lana must prevent the worst catastrophe in human history, or countries will fall to the mercy of a new ruthless superpower.
The author of Lethal Code returns with a new geopolitical thriller that takes the threat of cyberterror to its shocking extreme.
©2015 Thomas Waite (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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1 out of 5 stars
By D. Waterman on 06-27-15

Not enjoyable

I found the characters paper thin and not believable.

The ecoterrorism plot is a reach and not even internally consistent. Consider: the Sydney Opera House is 213 feet tall. With a 4 foot rise in sea level, how is it only the peaks are visible above the water? There are many other inaccuracies which leaves one puzzled.

To be fair, I should note the reader does a good job.

Save your money.

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3 out of 5 stars
By cookwjc on 06-26-18

Struggle through the first chapter

The performance gate and manner feels out of step with the content early on. A few chapters in and it starts to find its stride like season 3 of any tv series.
The overall story isn’t bad if you stand back and squint at it, but don’t read it expecting hard-science or extremely accurate detail.

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