Deadly Odds

Deadly Odds Bestselling author Allen Wyler Dead End Deal Deadly Errors Dead Ringer Dead Wrong is back with a new breakout suspense thriller with a techno edge Deadly Odds Twenty three year old Arnold Gold is

  • Title: Deadly Odds
  • Author: Allen Wyler
  • ISBN: 9781941286043
  • Page: 210
  • Format: ebook
  • Bestselling author Allen Wyler Dead End Deal, Deadly Errors, Dead Ringer, Dead Wrong is back with a new breakout suspense thriller with a techno edge, Deadly Odds Twenty three year old Arnold Gold is a Seattle based odds maker and local computer genius Described as a part time hacker and full time virgin by his friends, the awkward young shut in flies to Vegas to tryBestselling author Allen Wyler Dead End Deal, Deadly Errors, Dead Ringer, Dead Wrong is back with a new breakout suspense thriller with a techno edge, Deadly Odds Twenty three year old Arnold Gold is a Seattle based odds maker and local computer genius Described as a part time hacker and full time virgin by his friends, the awkward young shut in flies to Vegas to try and get lucky in ways than one But his high stakes activity on the Net inadvertently thrusts him into a vortex of international terrorism His dark net hacking has resulted in murder, and now it will take every last bit of Arnold s genius intellect and legendary hacking skill to stay one step ahead of the murderous terrorists, the FBI, the local cops, and his lawyer Gold s only chance to save himself is to find the location of a bomb hidden somewhere in Vegas, and somehow prevent the explosion that will turn Sin City into the scene of the deadliest terror attacks since 9 11 Wyler s wild new thriller is as horrifyingly plausible as it is darkly funny and enjoyable Deadly Odds is not only a page turner, it s a terrific character driven story about a young man who lives life through a computer and discovers its dark side Edgy, twitchy, and filled with enough tech savvy detail to keep both the techno thriller and classic suspense fan enthralled, Deadly Odds is a new generation s thrill ride.

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    1. If you like a little high tech in your thrillers, Deadly Odds is a great choice.Arnold returns home with the pizza he ordered and hears his friend yell, "run!" Arnold runs, but he hears gunshots. Arnold hides in the alley and manages to escape, but his friend has been killed. Arnold can't believe his life has come to this. He knows who the killers are, and he knows why. And now he's caused the death of his best (and only) friend. How can he save himself and also mange to avenge the death of his [...]

    2. Any other day, I'd have a review ready to go for a book like this. In this case, this review was actually published.If you're cool with clicking through to another site, the review is LIVE here: literaryorphans/ttl/scott-

    3. Deadly Odds is a very different story then what I'm used to from Wyler. There's no medical element to it, but it still falls within his favored genre, the thriller. Lately, his stories have felt very similar in their plot layout, but this one was refreshingly different. I loved the sexy introduction to the main character's exploits in Vegas and how that gets him caught in his predicament. I didn't find the main character very likable, but that didn't ruin the story for me; it made it more intere [...]

    4. Arnold Gold is a 23 year old computer genius. He has developed a way to use statistics to make money through online gambling. But he is obsessed with his virginity. After several failed attempts at dating, and the death of his roommate, he goes to Las Vegas and gets and escort. But after too much alcohol he starts bragging about this program. Conveniently he is contacted by some guys that say they work for the FBI and they ask him to run some numbers. When his prediction comes true the real FBI [...]

    5. Deadly Odds by Allen WylerArnold Gold, a computer geek and hacker decides to fly to Las Vegas for some fun. Soon he finds himself in a whirlwind of trouble. A man ends up dead and Arnold finds himself dodging a lawyer, has terrorists, the police and FBI looking for him. It becomes apparent that Arnold has no choice but to try to help stop this bomb from going off, getting himself killed and the City blown up.A fast aced thriller. Arnold is very likable,even though he basically has no life beside [...]

    6. Allen Wyler does a great job of pulling you into this story with its hapless goofball of a hero and intense beginning. I was very curious about what would happen to the guy, and although I often cringed at his decisions, they remained believable to me. Occasionally, the hacker talk sounded a little forced and unreal (I can't imagine a hacker using finger quotes when talking about "the cloud") but overall, the dialog rang true. I was really disappointed in the end of this book though. There was s [...]

    7. rating: 4.5I found this to be a mellow thriller in regards to pacing and plot. But certainly a page-turner.The character development was engaging and I found myself hoping that all would turn out well for the main character in his predicament. I like the way he was transformed and empowered towards the end.I got to learn a bit about another side of the internet -one that hackers and shady business frequent which is what made this fascinating read. It is always fun to learn about things going on [...]

    8. A fast-paced read with a compelling plot that makes you wonder how technology is being used lately to aid in terrorism efforts. I've read many of Wyler's books and this one I found to be a refreshing read, since it was completely unlike his usual medical thrillers. I like it when authors take risks in their writing and branch out into other genres, since it shows that they're a versatile writer. Overall, I really enjoyed this book.

    9. Nothing much here to get really excited aboute computer stuff is pretty basic. Using computers to predict sporting (and national) events, hacking, viruses, the secret internet, these have all been done before and as well. The book is readable but in a word the story and characters areh!

    10. Fantastic read! I haven't read thrillers in a long time so I wasn't too sure what to expect with this, but man it kept my attention the whole time. I was rooting for Arnold and genuinely felt invested in his story. Definitely would recommend.

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