INTEL 1: Omnibus: Books 1-4 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
"Stebbins is the master of the thinking reader's techno-thriller." - Internet Review of Books.
Four action packed political thrillers. Three Armageddon scenarios. Two unusual love stories. One secretive intelligence branch. The INTEL 1 global thrillers.
"A monster new talent in the thriller genre." - Allan Leverone, author of Final Vector.
The Ragnarök Conspiracy: "Fortify your shelf of Armageddon thrillers with this promising newcomer." - Library Journal.
A Western terrorist organization targets Muslims around the world, and FBI agent John Savas must put aside the loss of his son and work with a man who symbolizes all he has come to hate. Both are drawn into a race against time to stop the plot of an American bin Laden and prevent a global catastrophe.
"Outrageously entertaining: epic, explosive, subversive, engaged, and compassionate, like a Michael Bay movie written by Aaron Sorkin." - Chris Brookmyre, author of Where The Bodies Are Buried.
Extraordinary Retribution: Murder, torture, and vengeance collide to threaten the highest echelons of power.
"Startlingly dark" - San Francisco/Sacramento Book Reviews.
"A labyrinth of highly charged action" - Tome Tender.
"A plot that never stops" - ForeWord Reviews.
Evil is not born of madness, but madness of evil. Follow a rogue CIA agent who uncovers a shocking conspiracy, deep in the intelligence community. But a shadow follows the investigation: a killer bent on a revenge so terrible, it is only matched by the crimes committed against him. In the end, no one escapes unscathed, no beliefs will go unchallenged, and no wrong will escape the terrible, final, and extraordinary retribution.
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|Listening Length||35 hours and 32 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||August 28, 2017|
|Publisher||Twice Pi Press|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #166,754 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#319 in Mystery Anthologies & Short Stories
#677 in Technothrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
#830 in Political Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
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RAGNAROCK CONSPIRACY has only two misspelled words, and the word AT stuck in the middle of the sentence for some unknown reason. The storyline held my attention and there was plenty of action, so I happily read on.
EXTRAORDINARY RETRIBUTION is as well written as it is exciting and fast-paced.
ANONYMOUS SIGNAL must’ve been proofread by a different proofreader than the first two, for I found eight different misspellings, etc. For example, the title of chapter 23 is FUGATIVES RETURN. This might offer the reader a temporary funny moment, but it drastically takes away from the story and the author’s credibility. But despite the myriad mistakes in this volume, I found the story very compelling and well done.
NASH CRITERION, the last volume in the set, suffers only a few sins, so I won’t belabor them on this review. This story (and the previous three in this set) kept me reading long after bedtime, and I am happy to have been introduced to such a great writer.
PS: I made careful notes on all the errors I found, and will gladly share my proofreading with the author.
Author really needs to do some research on how stuff really works -- i.e. there is no such thing as an electric engine -- electric vehicles do not start and idle unless they are hybrids in which case they are not truly electric. Engine = fuel, motor = electric. And please look up how "server farms" work and are set up. Many, many other examples that just stood out.
Writing was ok, and characters were fairly interesting. Granted it is a super spy series so they are all a bit more than human. Just lost interest.
A group of committed FBI agents from a small yet effective team are all that stands between chaos and order. They are falsely accused, tortured, brought to the brink of death. At each critical moment, there is an intervention, and this drives the narrative to its inexorable end. Include two people who had been accused of high treason, but fighting for the very people that accused and found them guilty, and the various strands are cleverly brought together to an explosive climax.
You can't put it down. You continually want to see what happens next, how the plot unfolds. You silently urge the good guys on, and the tension builds with each foray into the nether world of faceless power groups. Crisp, taut with little diversion brings the story to a satisfying end, but just a hint of more problems in the future.
Top reviews from other countries
So much so I skated over some of the technicalities and just enjoyed the stories.
All about clandestine organisations aiming for the highest levels of control but the great and the good putting their lives on the line to prevent it all happening.
An odd bunch of good people with different skills and attributes are a great team battling against the bad with some heavy casualties on the way.
The characters are well put together and are likeable even if a touch strange and possibly unrealistic.
Good gripping stories interwoven with characters from one story to another.
Clearly Eric is a very clever author and I liked his style of writing even if over my head quite a few times.
I struggled through book 1, tried to in book 2 but had to give up, pity as some of the characters and story lines were good, you wanted to see them get through but the action was just silly. James Bond times a hundred but without the one liners and obvious parody.
This was supposedly a serious work of fiction, would not be worth the price if it were pennies for the set.
Couldn’t put each book down and when finished, just had to go on to the next one!!