Trust Me

Trust Me

eBook - 2009
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Working for his stepfather's Washington think tank from the supposed anonymous safety of his computer, Luke Dantry is suddenly kidnapped at gunpoint and left for dead deep in the woods by the home-grown, Web-based terrorists he had been investigating online.
Publisher: New York : Dutton, c2009
ISBN: 9781455580613
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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hughnsusie Feb 02, 2013

Rather a daft book really. The central thesis of the book, that the Internet constitutes a good medium through which to organise and connect terrorists, is entirely reasonable. What is unreasonable is the way in which our hero manages to infiltrate and, almost single-handedly, destroy such a group, skipping from one continent to another, killing a fair few as he goes along. Who would have guessed that a mere computer nerd could be such a force for good? Starting off quite sedately, the plot gathers pace, becoming quicker, then fast, then frantic and finally ridiculous. Entertaining in its own, crazy, way, but it doesn't encourage me to look for any further Jeff Abbott books.

Dec 12, 2010

It was okay, but nothing special. The hero of the book escapes about 20 times with barely a scratch, not quite believable


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