published by: Poisoned Pen Press
publish date: May 1, 2010
From the moment one of his sources takes a dive off a downtown skyscraper, the columnist is plunged into a harrowing maze of murder, intrigue and secrets that powerful forces intend to keep hidden at all costs. All he has to go on is a corporate world where nothing is as it seems, increasingly menacing encounters with mysterious federal agents and the unsettling meme “eleven/eleven.”
This was my random audiobook pick from the library. It looked like an exciting story and for the most part it was.
I didn't particularly care for the main character, his name is never give in a bit of creative writing. He was a total womanizer. The writer tried to make him come across across as caring for them women in his life and that was why he had them in a revolving door, but really he just kinda came across as a jerk to me.
The 11/11 conspiracy and "Federal Agents" it was all interesting, but it got slightly confusing in the audiobook format. I think if I were reading an actual book I might have flipped back a few sections to reread some parts, but that isn't too easy on audiobooks. So I just stuck with my confusion.
Was it an awesome audiobook? No, not really, but it was a decent one. I didn't feel like my time was wasted when it was over and the story was somewhat entertaining. Would it be worth buying? Probably not, definitely get this one at the library.