!!> Read ➮ 11/9 ➲ Author Ben Lovejoy – Justinfoline.us

11/9 Reading 11 9 Author Ben Lovejoy Vinoschilenos.eu 9 11 Was The World S Worst Terrorist Atrocity Julian Fox Intends To Change That Fact The Planning Will Take Months The Attack Will Take Just Two Minutes.9 11 Had Been Four Airliners, Three Buildings And 3,000 Deaths What Fox Is Planning Will Down 1300 Airliners, Devastate Countless City Centres And Kill Around Half A Million People.His Method Won T Require A Single Hijacker Just 23 Lines Of Computer Code.Sarah Green Is An Aviation Risk Analyst In The Dept Of Homeland Security Her Job Isto Out Think The Terrorists Identify Weaknesses In Airline Security Arrangements, Figure Out How Those Weaknesses Might Be Exploited And Get Protections In Place Before The Terrorists Get Their Chance.Neither Knows The Other Exists, Yet The Two Are Locked Into A Race That Only One Of Them Can Win.

    10 thoughts on “!!> Read ➮ 11/9 ➲ Author Ben Lovejoy – Justinfoline.us


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    EDIT I m removing my original comments on proofreading errors and adding a star as the author contacted me and said they d be updated in the ebook The prevalence of this problem is still frustrating, but it s fantastic to see that some authors are paying attention to it, and that it s not something future readers should encounter for this particular book.This is a quick, fairly enjoyable suspense novel without a great deal of depth It has the usual ingredients two dimensional villains with stereotypical motives, intrepid but under appreciated investigators with no apparent personal lives, and an evil plot with enough thought put into it to be convincingly plausible The author has clearly done his homework on the technical aspects, and for the most part does a good job of making them understandable to a general audience, though there are a couple of places where, in doing this, he began to sound like an encyclopedia article The characterization could have been stronger, but was serviceable for what the book was trying to do Curiously, I often felt the minor characters were interesting, as if the author has a particular talent for quick character sketches but isn t quite sure how to expand them Where this book was strongest was in its very long build up of suspense This is tricky to maintain evenly across an entire book, and I thought the author did an excellent job of it, and of the pacing in general...


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    11 9 sets up the story in the first chapter A terrorist, Fox, hatches a plan to bring down every Airbus airliner in the world The set up is terrifyingly plausible Fox assembles a team of well meaning innocents, each with their own role to play, but with no idea of the horrific end goal The characters are rounded out, and the pace, once it gets going, never slows down The danger of a first time technothriller author is to get stuck into the techno, ...


  3. says:

    After contributing to the Kickstarter for this novel I was excited to get my hands on 11 9 It proved to be a pacy technothriller that I thoroughly enjoyed Told from multiple perspectives the narrative never grows dull and I genuinely h...


  4. says:

    Captivating and terrifying concept Beautifully written, the author creates relentless and escalating tension Great characters, whose motivation is always at the forefront of the novel giving them an eerie sense of purpose and...


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    I have mixed feelings about this book I was an early backer, and one of the first readers Well researched, detailed in places, some neat aspects to it But I think fundamentally I didn t love it There was some detail to the characters, but they were still felt bit distant from me, the reader I didn t feel connected or loyal to any of the main characters, and as such, the climax and conclusion didn t satisfy or dissatisfy me It just was The story had moments of tension and suspense, but without my emotional conn...


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    This review is for the audiobook narrated by Chris Abell.This is definitely the first technothriller I have read so I wasn t entirely sure what to expect but it seems that s it s a genre that I enjoy Yes there is a fair bit of technical jargon in here but I think it was necessary to satisfy the techno description and I was able to listen without totally understandi...


  7. says:

    Fantastic twisting plot which promises lots and delivers even I ll be taking my next holiday by train.


  8. says:

    I don t know if I ll ever get in an airplane again without thinking about this book.


  9. says:

    A little bit too technical and with way too many details, also some really important stuff IMO is left unexplained, but is a fun read and fast paced at the end.


  10. says:

    Very intelligent terrorism plot Good characters and a plausible approach make this fun to read

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