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"Be careful what you wish for." That’s a warning Dylan Johnson should have listened to. When his mobile computing firm is bought out by Mantric Technology, a red-hot company about to go public, it seems like a dream come true for the young entrepreneur and his partners. But the closer they get to payout, the more uncertain Dylan becomes.
Something doesn't feel right. When one of his colleagues is found dead on what should have been their night of triumph, Dylan is determined to find out what happened. But asking questions plunges him into a web of digital deceit and betrayal that will shake everything he thought he knew…
"I believe with time he will be called the John Grisham of the murderous technology novels. This is an excellent beginning to, what I hope is, a long writing career for Mr. Waite." —Literary R & R
"Terminal Value is to the corporate world what John Grisham’s The Firm is to lawyering: a taut, fast, relentless thriller. A most impressive debut novel." —Jim Champy, co-author of Reengineering the Corporation and author of Outsmart!
A gripping read!
Plenty of plot twists keep the reader engaged to the very end. It compares (quite favorably) to Stieg Larrson's "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" and is reminiscent of other well-know authors of this genre: Grisham, Chricton, Balducci, Patterson. Once I started this book I could not put it down. An excellent effort by a new author. Here's hoping that more is coming!
A gripping, turbo-charged thriller!
I have read many thrillers in my life, and "Terminal Value" is one of the best I have ever read. It is a gripping tale that immediately grabs your attention and holds it through more twists and turns than you can imagine until its stunning conclusion. This is a most impressive debut novel from Thomas Waite and compares favorably with other authors such as Grisham, Crichton, Balducci, Patterson and other accomplished writers. I highly recommend this novel and I hope Waite is planning a sequel.
Ripped from today's pages...almost. Don't know if the author was prescient or not but Tony's patent was for an electrical power exchange from a source to one's device over wi-fi finds that a local company just raised millions to complete the project.
Anyway the mystery, although entertaining, was not as complex as it could and should have been. The author should have included the culprit into the storyline.