Now, in the second book of the Great Minds series, Kevin Brooks will be put through every imaginable test. He will have less than two weeks to prepare, but several years of training to absorb. Whether he is ready in time or not, there will be lives that need saving. And no one else who can do the job. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. More Details Original Title. Great Minds Thrillers 2.
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Sort order. Jul 21, Sean Randall rated it it was amazing.
We've had our fair share of "waking up without a memory" stories here at my shelf, of course. This title doesn't quite fit the mould, as the memory loss is a gap rather than the guy's life, but the technique is there. The story was superbly spun, and even though we know a little of the background of the technology from Soutter's previous, it's a refreshing enough take on the first book that we want We've had our fair share of "waking up without a memory" stories here at my shelf, of course.
The story was superbly spun, and even though we know a little of the background of the technology from Soutter's previous, it's a refreshing enough take on the first book that we want to keep reading to find out what happens. It is, of course, a huge leap of faith to imagine scrubbing works in precisely such a way and that the whole thing would fall into place as neatly as it did, but that's just part of the fun. Morality and legality aside, it was an intense read with a great deal of buildup and a most enjoyable climax. I eagerly wait to see where the author goes in future works.
Aug 01, Paul Anderson rated it it was amazing.
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Kevin Brooks is a teacher. He used to be a computer programmer for a NY stock broker, but he awoke one day to find he's now a math and computer science teacher at an exclusive boy's school in Manhattan. He also owns a penthouse apartment and has a butler. He has no memory of how any of that happened, but he does know math and he knows computers and he finds he makes an excellent teacher.
But Kevin can't sleep at night and he keeps hearing voices in his head telling him he needs to get ready. Read Kevin Brooks is a teacher. Ready for what?
Undetectable (Great Minds Thriller, #2) by M.C. Soutter
Undetectable is an exceptionally well-crafted thriller. Readers are drawn into the story as they attempt to solve the mystery along with Kevin. Undetectable received my highest praise. I couldn't stop reading and can't wait for a sequel. Jul 12, Karla Sonnenberg rated it liked it. In the midst of World War II, America and her allies find themselves racing against the Germans to see who can construct the first atomic bomb.
While scientists all over the world are working on different formulas and equations, there are only two men on the face of the planet with the necessary knowledge to complete one of the most crucial steps in developing the bomb. One of those men, a scientist, is working for the Germans, which means America must locate and secure the other. Unfortunately, they discover that the man they need is in the last place anyone wants to go in order to get him. Nathan Blum is a young intelligence operative who, when we first meet him, is a translator for the OSS.
Having escaped the dangerous Krakow ghetto, leaving his parents and sister behind who were later all killed , Nathan journeyed to America to make a new life for himself. His mission, should he choose to accept it, is to infiltrate Auschwitz, the most dangerous Nazi death camp in Poland.
Once inside, he would have only two days to find Professor Alfred Mendl, who possesses critical information that, should Nathan be able to sneak him out of the camp, could be a game-changer for America. Clinging to a key Jewish principle found in the Torah, Nathan decides to risk everything to save just one life, which he believes is the first step to saving the world.
Getting caught means certain death in an almost assuredly painful and agonizing way where he would be made to suffer and serve as an example to the rest of the world. But far more than just his life is at stake, as failure could quite literally be the difference between winning or losing the war. Everyone, regardless of which genre you typically enjoy, should read this book. Who Might Enjoy It: Everyone, regardless of which genre you typically enjoy, should read this book. I was so stunned by the overall impact of the story that I was literally speechless after turning the final page.
Wheelock is somewhat of a legend amongst FBI agents, having had a long and successful career.
So when he tells Emma that he was recently at a party with Oliver York and heard rumblings about ancient mosaics that were stolen, Emma is intrigued. Both of them play fairly important roles, making an already supporting cast even stronger. With a murderer on the loose and evidence mounting that, if true, will leave Emma between a rock and a hard place both professionally and personally, she and Donovan must work quickly to solve the puzzle and put a stop to the bloodshed.
However, as Emma will soon find out, sometimes the pursuit of truth leads to an internal battle with oneself, because once the cat is out of the bag, things will never again be the same.
While the beginning is slow, the final act is driven by conspiracy and suspense. Actually, Paul. It came out on August 2nd, and is now available wherever books are sold in the US! Coughlin is at the top of my anticipation list for August. Next page. Complete Series.
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I don't want to say too much about the events in the book as it could give away what happens. I found the book really well written as events and the plot built up. There is enough at the start to seem "weird" enough to want you to read more, but its not too strange to put someone off wanting to know what happens. I got the book free but it is something I would have paid for. I will be looking out for more from the author.
See the review. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. I never read a storyline like this, and to think this book has a reference to Charcot's Genius character of Dr. We meet Kevin, who is sitting in a classroom behind a teacher's desk. He has no memory who he is or why. He literally is led thru the day by a man named Danny. As the week progresses he finds he can stop time. He has a penthouse he does not remember buying, hiring a butler he does not remember,talking to all the employees at his residence who are all new hires and calling a few friends.
Everywhere he turns everyone says they only just met him. What happened to the last 3 or 4 months of memories? Who can help him regain what he has lost? Kevin Brooks is a teacher. He used to be a computer programmer for a NY stock broker, but he awoke one day to find he's now a math and computer science teacher at an exclusive boys' school in Manhattan. He also owns a penthouse apartment and has a butler.