Falsely accused of various employment infractions, Andy Stone fights an unrelenting battle against corruption, mandated Privacy Policies, influence peddling and mind-boggling secrets in "A Darker Side of Privacy." The reader walks in Andy’s shoes on his arduous journey from victim to hero as he navigates a world filled with government deceit, abuse of power and one stunning climax. Romance, deception, greed, comeuppance and more, it’s all here.
Who could have imagined a not-so-distant future where the federal government sells privacy to its adult citizens? What's more, it's the kind of place where low-level civil servants like Andy Stone often have their lives nearly destroyed by unscrupulous bureaucrats.
Stubborn as well as intelligent, Stone's defiant nature leads him to the conclusion that Privacy Policies are a government racket. There begins his journey, transforming personal devastation into triumph through the force of the written word and the universal impact of the Internet.
About the Author
The underlying thread running through each of Paul Wolfle’s eBooks reveals a unique perspective about the relationships of women, men and often, their families. Fact or fiction, good, bad, but certainly not indifferent, Wolfle’s take on the sexes surely captures the attention of his readers. A guitar player and vintage blues enthusiast, that same fascination often spills over into music. What’s more, Long Island is close to Paul’s heart. It’s certainly a topic that he knows intimately. The magnetic draw to New York City’s neighbor to the east only makes perfect sense, given that he was born and raised there. Additionally, Wolfle Street, on the celebrated and sometimes infamous “Gold Coast,” is a testament to this inveterate Long Island name. It has been for many years. Paul’s commentary can be found on a variety of contemporary media sites and digital magazines. He is also the founder of WolfWebWriting.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Although there is editing needed, the subject matter is frightening. Maybe not this exact story, but this type of nightmare does happen in real life. Keep writing because you know how to grip the emotions of the reader. As for the pevious comment left by another reader, I am not sure what he read, but it wasn't this book. Sex scenes? Where were they? I sure didn't see any sex scenes. This is a serious topic and people need to know just how easy it would be for one or two people to destroy your life. Luckily the hero iin this book was able to turn the mess around.
I couldn't finish it. I tried, I really tried, but the whole thing is poorly written. The dialogue is terrible and dry and the sex scenes are stiff and the plot sounds interesting but the whole thing is preposterous and it goes on like this, see, with a whole ton of words but none of them meaning a thing. I had high hopes for this one and by the third chapter my brain had turned to mush.