Peeperby Paul Chandler
Andrew Ash can read your mind. With very little effort, he can peek into your head and see your memories. And with only a small measure of guilt, he will steal your secrets. Andrew has used his special talent to make himself and his business partner very wealthy. But the money has come too easily, and the prospect of becoming wealthier still has lost its… See more details below
Andrew Ash can read your mind. With very little effort, he can peek into your head and see your memories. And with only a small measure of guilt, he will steal your secrets. Andrew has used his special talent to make himself and his business partner very wealthy. But the money has come too easily, and the prospect of becoming wealthier still has lost its appeal.
David Martin is the host of a wildly popular late night talk show. He's also on trial for the brutal murder of his wife and two daughters. Despite overwhelming evidence of his guilt, a star-struck jury is determined to set him free. Andrew, by virtue of his extraordinary ability, knows the truth and he's willing to risk everything to convince a sympathetic jury to look past the fame and see the monster.
Paul Trask, the greedy CEO of Micro-Delta Corporation, has stumbled onto Andrew's amazing talent. He quickly realizes Andrew's money-making potential and hatches a scheme to exploit him. Trask, driven by dreams of limitless wealth, will stop at nothing to secure Andrew's cooperation.
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It is a very entertaining book. Dry to the bone, condensed and full of emotions. Chandler understands how we think; how we plot and scheme and how Andrew (Peeper) can change a life that seems completely planned and organized. Sadly, book ends quick. maybe we can expect the next chapter of "Peeper" venture.
One of the most engaging novels I have ever read. Each turn of the page is bittersweet in that you can't wait to find out where the ride is gonna go next, but the last thing you want is for it to end. Mr. Chandler writes with a style where words are expensive so only use them when absolutely necessary. This results in a fast paced novel with no downtime. The novel is very engrossing and you find yourself caring and rooting for the protagonist and by the end you really want the bad guys to get theirs. While the ending is very satisfying it does leave you with a craving for more and I certainly hope there is a sequel in the works. This novel is a must read for anyone and I look for ward to his next novel with great zeal.
This book was great. I read it over the weekend and I could not put it down. I usually only read bestsellers and I think this one should be in that category. The storyline was very interesting, with lots of twists. And I loved the characters. The revenge scenarios were awesome too. I look forward to the next 'peep'. And, it's amazing that I could almost believe a lawyer could have a conscience.
I read a lot. And my major gripe about many books, even books that are well written from established writers, is that the pace is too slow. Well, that's not the case with this book. It starts off fast and it stays fast. That's why it was so hard to put down. Also, the chapters are very short. I think that helps the pace too. The main character, Andrew Ash rocks! The bad guys in the book keep trying to take him on, but they keep underestimating his power to read their minds. Even though they know he has this ability, they never realize just how easily he can do it. This is where I think the writer did something really clever. You get to see the bad guys plotting away, and thinking that they can outsmart Andrew. At the same time, you also get to see what Andrew has planned for them. That's not to say you always know what's going to happen next. I was surprised several times by twists in the story I never saw coming. The courtroom scene towards the end of the book will put you on the edge of your seat. The writer shows you what each of the participants is thinking, but you still can't see how it will turn out. It's great suspense. I've never heard of this writer before. But I'll gladly read anything else he writes.