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Net Force: Dark Web

Created by Tom Clancy and Steve Pieczenik
Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
Length: 14 hrs and 9 mins
4 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Now a National Best Seller

The return of the cutting-edge thriller series Net Force, created by Tom Clancy and Steve Pieczenik and written by Jerome Preisler.

The number-one threat to our nation’s security is in cyberspace. The new US president wants to tackle the urgent problem head-on and launches a top secret line of defense: Net Force. But before the organization can be announced, the country is hit by an unprecedented, two-pronged terror attack. 

Not yet empowered by Congress nor embraced by a dubious intelligence community, still untested, unproven and officially unnamed, Net Force’s elite group of cyber experts and field operatives must lead the fight against the ongoing waves of hacks while tracking down the mastermind. Their failure could mean global catastrophe. Success may lead them to become the highest-level security agency in the United States. 

A story that seems ripped from tomorrow’s headlines, Net Force: Dark Web relaunches one of the most prescient thriller series at a time when cybersecurity is more vital than ever.

©2019 Netco Partners (P)2019 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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  • Michele
  • 29-11-2019

Enjoying the story but not the narrator

I’m going to buy the ebook. I just can’t deal with the narrator. I find his intonation and narrative style completely distracting from the story requiring frequent rewinds to simply follow the story.

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  • Jim
  • 27-12-2019

Too many characters

Could not keep up with too many characters
Story skips around and hard to follow

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  • Madhusudhan Menon
  • 28-02-2020

this book is an insult to the memory of Tom Clancy

How was this even recommended to me..had to give up after less than two hours into the book.

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  • Steven Bowers
  • 20-01-2020

The narrator is miserable to try and listen to.

the narrator makes this unbearable. I don't don't how he got a job narrating, but it literally makes me uncomfortable. too fast, hard to understand, and he can't seem to make you believe anything he says. a refund would be nice.

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  • Mr. Stephen Baker
  • 27-02-2020

Dreadful

The only book I have had to abandon. Awful performance of an un engaging story. Avoid

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  • Miles
  • 24-01-2020

Good story, OK narrator, terrible ending

The story is a modern tale of cybercrime and how just a few people intent on destruction can disrupt a nation. It's a contemporary and believable tale. I enjoyed the technical descriptions and jargon, but I work in the software sector and I appreciate it could be boring and unintelligible to not techy readers. Overall I enjoyed the storyline.

My biggest issue with the book is it finishes halfway through the story. There is no conclusion! The aim clearly to get people to buy the sequel which I find hugely irritating and cynical. In my case, this intention has backfired. I'm so annoyed by this manipulation of customers I won't be buying more books in the Net Force series. Publishers and authors stop treating your customers as fools to be milked and exploited!