Point and Shoot

Point and Shoot

Book - 2013
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Taking a non-optional tour of duty aboard a satellite housing the world's most dangerous secrets with a year's supply of food, air, and water, but no communication back home, Charlie Hardie plots his escape using the secrets as leverage.
Charlie Hardie finds himself in a steel box, tubes and wires attached to his body, trapped inside a satellite parked in orbit 500 miles above the Earth. He's got a year's supply of food, air, water, and no communication back to Earth, and must complete his 12 months' duty or his wife and son will have an "accident." Someone all-too-familiar docks on the satellite, informs Hardie he's sitting in a veritable zero-G vault containing the world's most dangerous secrets, and forces a crash-landing in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Now Hardie must decide whether he's come face-to-face with the partner he needs to save his family-- or with his nemesis.
Publisher: New York : Mulholland Books, 2013
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780316133302
Characteristics: 255 p. ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: Point & shoot


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Aug 09, 2016

This is the 3rd Charlie Hardie novel and by far the weakest.

Too much explaining, too neatly tied-up at the end. Not as much fun as going along for the roller coaster ride of the first two.

May 27, 2014

Good book until towards the end, then it overwhelmed the reader with the cascading cognitive dissonance: how could an organization soooo connected at the highest levels, not have colluding government agencies, instead, the NSA, et cetera, are the good guys? Disappointing.


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