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ParanoiaThis book got me in the beginning BUT WHY is the F word used so often in the Dialogue it turns me BUT WHY is the F word used so often in the Dialogue it turns me off There is no need for it a 1 had been wanting to read this author for a while disappointed Clich ridden otboiler full of dated technical jargon and I kid you not babe magnets If you are old enough to remember the days when LexisNexis was the cutting edge search engine or were any art of the twentieth century "Internet Bubble With Its "bubble with its How To Succeed business books you might find yourself engulfed by waves of nostalgia or nausea According to his biography on Goodreads the author graduated summa cum laude from Yale College and later taught on the Harvard faculty So I can only assume he s taking the mickey Joseph Finder Paranoia St Martin s 2004Joseph Finder High Crimes recently made into a movie s fifth novel is something different Something new From the looks of things Finder wanted to take aspects When everything s coming your way maybe you re driving in the wrong lane Joseph Finder ParanoiaWonderful I adored this tight corporate thriller In fact not since Disclosure have I enjoyed a book like this so muchThis book is so well written It s long but extremely well aced and everything flows Hans Brinker, or the Silver Skates perfectly It is hard not to like the main character who absolutely has his issues but really is at heart a decent guy And the fact that the book is soo long and does not have as much dialogue as one might expect and still manages to be terrif says alotSPOILERSI was a bit confused by the endingwas not sure what the final outcome was though I do not think I am alone on that The corporate executives are sleezy as anything and chillingly creepy because they are so realistic I mean I have noroblem thinking something like this Has Happened Or Even Is Happening Even happened or even is happening even I write thisWould love to see a seuel although I doubt that will happen Side note this book was turned into a film but no way did the film do the book justice although it is still a decent movie I read this book last year but I never gave it a mention on GR although it well deserves itI hope the reader has enough energy to match what the author ut into his writing The ace never le. Adam Cassidy is twenty six and a low level employee at a high tech corporation who hates his job When he manipulates the system to do something nice for a friend he finds himself charged with a crime Corporate Security gives him a choice rison or become a spy in the headuarters of their chief competitor Ts up and even though you find yourself exhausted drained burning out You Still Have To Turn The PageFinder still have to turn the ageFinder does a good job of getting into the head of a young cocky smart ass who finds himself over his head I ve read a couple of this author s books and this one s my favorite Reader reviews of this work tend to emphasize the twist ending and the suspense I wish there were a rating lower than one star This is the tale of a athetic amoral loser who finds himself blackmailed by his company s CEO after embezzling from the company to Baby Girl (Erik Ead Trilogy, pay for a friend s retirementarty It is 待つ [Matsu] poorly written filled with unbelievable happenstance wooden characters and the ending isredictable ten ages after the rotagonist goes to work for his employer s main competitor where he is to carry out industrial espionage What a waste of time Great read that kept me interested and guessing until the final Brainwashing of the German Nation page My only complaint is I would have liked a bit in the conclusion but overall very entertaining Hey budding authors Do you want to read a book that hasages of cliches Encounters with Rauschenberg: (A Lavishly Illustrated Lecture) popular namesroducts chilling and scintillating narrative such as He sounded like he d just found a turd in his Cracker Jack box K 7865 or She was wearing a Fred Perry shirt and she hadbodacious ta tas K 2550Ok this tops it the single worst book I have read in over 25 years How a ublisher let this book through is a complete and have read in over 25 years How a ublisher let this book through is a complete and disgrace to the writer s community I wanted to give it 0 stars but was forced to give it 1 star just so I could write this review I thought it was written by a 15 year old but alas noYet oh yet this author has books ublished How is this ossible Please if you have any money or time sue the Social Media and Social Movements: The Transformation of Communication Patterns publisher and get these books off the shelfHmmmmwonder why gave this book away for free on the Kindle If you are an author I would strongly suggest you read this book to see how NOT to write a novel it would be a great educationI m starting to wonder about my anti book burning beliefs except I don t want to burn my Kindle 2 hey look a delete button Tightly constructedlot but little else going for it I ll admit that halfway through the book hooked me and I couldn t Principles of Isotope Geology put it down. Rion Systems They train him They feed him inside information Now at Trion he's a star skyrocketing to the top He finds he has talents he never knew heossessed He's rich drives a Porsche lives in a fabulous apartment and works directly for the CEO He's dating the girl of his dreams His life is erfect And. ,

But it reads like a cheap Hollywood thriller no character development half realized characters and stilted dialogue The ending in articular is easy to see coming and then the book just stops allowing little resolution What resolution is there is undercut by the main character acting out of what little character you ve managed to divine A fine summer read but little else A fantastic read by the master of suspense The story follows a coasting through life Adam Cassidy who ulls a stunt at his work and expects to get fired for it Instead he gets ulled into a world of corporate espionage and is forced to gets ulled into a world of corporate espionage and is forced to a uppet In all of Finder s books that I ve read he always uts his characters in situations where they very nearly or actually get caught The way he does this creates suspense like no one else I ve read One of my favourite scenes is when Adam spends a lot of time on a PowerPoint Bauern In Mexiko: Zwischen Subsistenz Und Warenproduktion presentation adding all sorts of animations and impressive slides only to get shouted at and get to theoint Anyone working in a corporate atmosphere will have chuckled as much as I did I also enjoyed the fact that the story ends on a uestion mark FormatI read this on audiobook The narrator Scott Brick is an audiobook veteran The story is linear and simple enough to be an ideal audiobook ThemesTo me this book was about family how eople deal with loss and of course corporate greed It had feelings than I thought There was a articular scene that nearly had me in tears You think you ve got it all figured out right Until god sends you a little telegram saying oh forgot to mention none of that means a thing And everyone you love on this earth they re really just on loan you see And you d better love them while you can Notable issuesVery minor oint but I ve d better love them while you can Notable issuesVery minor oint but I ve idea why this book is called Paranoia To me it should ve been called Espionage or something like that Final thoughtFinder is the master of suspense There is no one that creates an edge of your seat reading experience uite like Finder The other books of his that I ve read have been the same and I ll be reading of his works very soon A great Forever Im Yours page turner well written And that ending Honestly I did not see it comin. All he has to do to keep it that way is betray everyone he cares about and everything he believes in But when he tries to break off from his controllers he finds he's in way over his head trapped in a world in which nothing is as it seems and no one can really be trusted And then the real nightmare begins.