Book Rating (25)
Narrator Rating (3)

The Athena Project: A Thriller

Abridged / Go to Unabridged Audio Book

Download On Audiobooks.com
Stream On Audiobooks.com
CD Rental On Simply Audiobooks

Download or Stream instantly more than 55,000 audiobooks.
Listen to "The Athena Project: A Thriller" on your iOS and Android device.

Don't have an iOS or Android device, then listen in your browse on any PC or Mac computer.

Author:

Narrator:

Length:

Publisher:

Date:

Elizabeth Marvel

6 Hours 0 Minutes

Simon & Schuster

November 2010

Audio Book Summary

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Brad Thor, the first in a thrilling series featuring Delta Force’s newest members: four fearsome, deadly, and incredibly skilled female operatives.

Part of a top-secret, all-female program codenamed The Athena Project, four women are about to undertake one of the nation’s deadliest assignments. When a terrorist attack in Rome kills more than twenty Americans, Athena Team members Gretchen Casey, Julie Ericsson, Megan Rhodes, and Alex Cooper are tasked with hunting down the Venetian arms dealer responsible for providing the explosives. But there is more to the story than anyone knows. In the jungles of South America, a young US intelligence officer has made a grisly discovery. Surrounded by monoliths covered with Runic symbols, one of America’s greatest fears appears to have come true. Simultaneously in Colorado, a foreign spy is close to penetrating the mysterious secret the US government has hidden beneath Denver International Airport. As Casey, Ericsson, Rhodes, and Cooper close in on their target, they will soon learn that another attack—one of unimaginable proportions—has already been set in motion, and the greatest threat they face may be the secrets kept by their own government.

Similar Audio Books

Reviews

  • andy h

    This appears to be written with the sole intention of hoping for someone to make it into a movie. It moves along at a silly pace, the characters jumping from one scene to the next with the flimsiest of premise moving them along. As soon as one character thinks of what might be the answer to a question, that must be the correct answer, suspend disbelief, and move on. The reader is supposed to believe that this team can solve the world's problems by simply showing up. It was a very interesting premise and set up, but the execution is weak and boring.

    Book Rating