Soon Kira and her team are fighting for their lives against unknown but powerful adversaries. Worse still, while on the run and being relentlessly attacked from all quarters, Kira comes across evidence of savage acts that the enhanced version of Desh kept hidden, even from himself. Now both she and Desh must question everything they think they know. Can they trust each other? Can they even trust themselves?
And all the while, the greatest threat of all may be coming from an entirely unexpected direction. A threat that could lead to devastation on a global scale. And time is quickly running out...
Like its predecessor, Amped is a smart thriller crammed with breakneck action, unexpected twists, mind-blowing science, and philosophical and ethical concepts listeners will be contemplating long after they've finished listening.
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By Charlie on 20-12-14
Combination Sci-fi thriller...
Would you consider the audio edition of Amped to be better than the print version?
I liked both characters Kira Miller and David Desh. They complimented each other through out the book. There is an unusual premise, which, though hard to swallow, the author is able to get you to suspend reality fairly well, and makes the story work. It has that different bent to it that provides both a sci-fi premise and a good suspense story. I found this added greatly to the read. It led me to getting the audio book as well. I don't want to give away the author's basic thesis. Suffice it to say it's an interesting 'what if'.
Who was your favorite character and why?
David Desh and Kira Miller. Like meatballs and spaghetti. They simply worked as a couple from beginning to end.
Which scene was your favorite?
The ending, but I can't give it away.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Amped works for me. But I think the first book in the series would make a better movie.
Any additional comments?
This book is a matter of taste. If you liked the movie with Scarlett Johanson 'Lucy' then you'll like 'Wired' and 'Amped'.
33 of 36 people found this review helpful
By Loren on 01-11-16
I couldn't wrap my mind around this story.
I see that many reviewers liked this book; I am not one of them.
The premise was too unbelievable and the writing was overly dramatic without actually instilling suspense or fear. I just couldn’t wrap my mind around this story and gave up after a couple of hours.
Peter Berkrot reads well enough, but during a conversation between two men I was unable to distinguish which character was speaking because Berkrot didn't separate the voices for each character.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful