America’s worst nightmare has come true: a "cyber-Pearl Harbor" attack by unknown terrorists has crippled the nation’s power grid - and brought the land of the free to its knees. As widespread panic and violence ravage the country, its ruthless captors issue their ultimatums…and vow an apocalyptic reckoning.
A defenseless nation scrambles to fight an invisible invasion. Chief among America's last line of defense is Lana Elkins, head of a major cyber-security company - and former top NSA operative - who returns to her roots to spearhead the Agency’s frantic efforts to combat the enemy’s onslaught on its own terms. While she and her superiors take action to infiltrate a terrorist hotbed overseas, much closer to home ruthless jihadists with a nuclear bomb hijack a busload of schoolchildren - including Lana's daughter - and race toward a rendezvous with Armageddon in America’s greatest city.
With Lethal Code, Thomas Waite raises the international techno-thriller to dangerously exciting levels - introducing a valiant new action heroine, and initiating a series that brings a harrowing new edge of realism to sensational speculative fiction.
©2014 Thomas Waite (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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"I enjoyed this novel"
The story here really had be captivated. I will definitely look for more from this author!
"Interesting plot but was painful to listen too at"
I enjoyed the story, but this was one of those readers who shouldn't try and do the voices of the characters, it was quite painful at times
"Nonstop edge of your seat action!"
If you weren't ever thinking of becoming a preper these book will definitely change your mind for good!
"The End of the World"
The vocal performance was so robotic I switched off audible and just read the book after chapter one. For a while I thought it was computer generated.
It's a bit too "end of the world" for me. I don't think I've read fiction so apocalyptic without aliens in it.
I didn't really like the narrators voice, Sadly I liked the story even less. It felt like fiction by numbers.
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