[Ebook] ➧ Origami Man ➦ Matthew FitzSimmons – Rvtrek.info

Origami Man To Stop A Terrorist Threat, Gibson Vaughn Must Trust A Man Who Can T Be TrustedFormer Marine, Brilliant Hacker, And Wanted Fugitive Gibson Vaughn Is Off The Grid In The Caymans Until The Ice Cold Assassin Tinsley Draws Him Out Of The Shadows Complying With The Man Who Murdered His Father And Left Gibson For Dead In The War Against Terror, Never Say NeverEspecially When Half A Million Lives Are At StakeTinsley S In Possession Of A Heavily Encrypted Thumb Drive But The Details Of The Plot The Motive, The Targets, And The Day Of Execution Are A Mystery The One Certainty Is That A Tenuous Truce Must Be Made After Joining Forces With Tinsley, Gibson And His Team Have Their Mission Access The Drive And Abort A Massacre In The MakingHow Far Can Gibson Really Trust Tinsley Time Will Tell Right Now They Re Both Running Out Of It As They Race Across Europe To Find An Elusive Cyber Psycho Behind The Mother Of All MalwareWhoever Said To Keep Your Friends Close But Your Enemies Closer Never Meant It Like This This is an OK addition to the series, but I didn t really feel any suspense or thrills or excitement With three hackers, I thought there d betechnical scenes The reason for this entire adventure was a good premise, and maybe possible, but there was no fright factor with the slow reveal I, for some strange reason, would have liked to knowabout Tinsley, the origami man himself. wow it is nice to end a slump It was a good book with a good story , the pace of the story moved at the right speed and the main character and his gang of friends were well written I have read all the book in the series and they are all good except book four which for me was just not that good I will also say from the start that this is a series where you must read the books in order to truly understand what happened in the past and how it is affecting the current book It was also nice to se wow it is nice to end a slump It was a good book with a good story , the pace of the story moved at the right speed and the main character and his gang of friends were well written I have read all the book in the series and they are all good except book four which for me was just not that good I will also say from the start that this is a series where you must read the books in order to truly understand what happened in the past and how it is affecting the current book It was also nice to see one of the main bad guys from the past back into the story that was interesting The boo had a good ending ending to it but maybe rushed just a tad it will be interesting to see where this series goes and if all the main characters stay in the fold I will say give this book a big spin you wont go wrong if you do so but it helps once again to read them all in order I have read the previous books of this series.Our gang are still together and avoiding certain authorities and trying to earn a living while doing that but as previous books nothing is easy for them.A old enemy of certain characters returns in this book which starts their journey which takes us all over the world I love this series and all the characters especially Gibson The details and research the author does for his books is brilliant and carries through in this book as well I hoping ther I have read the previous books of this series.Our gang are still together and avoiding certain authorities and trying to earn a living while doing that but as previous books nothing is easy for them.A old enemy of certain characters returns in this book which starts their journey which takes us all over the world I love this series and all the characters especially Gibson The details and research the author does for his books is brilliant and carries through in this book as well I hoping there will be a sixth book and wondering if it will finally take back us back to the USAI received a ARC from Netgalley and Thomas Mercer for an objection review Hacker, former marine, and troubled soul, Gibson Vaughn returns for his fifth and for the time being, final outing, as he and his team must stop a Russian malware attack an attack that would result in the deaths of hundreds of thousands Writer creator Matthew FitzSimmons crafts fun and unique thrillers that sidestep the usual procedurals and exorcises deus ex machina contrivances Origami Man skillfully continues the excitement, providing an earned ending while preserving an open sky of pos Hacker, former marine, and troubled soul, Gibson Vaughn returns for his fifth and for the time being, final outing, as he and his team must stop a Russian malware attack an attack that would result in the deaths of hundreds of thousands Writer creator Matthew FitzSimmons crafts fun and unique thrillers that sidestep the usual procedurals and exorcises deus ex machina contrivances Origami Man skillfully continues the excitement, providing an earned ending while preserving an open sky of possibility ahead Following Debris Line, Vaughn and the team HQ in the Caymans Still wanted by the government they survive in the way the A Team did for five seasonsIf you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find themOf course, the one man who does find them is the closest thing Vaughn has to an archenemy How do you keep your enemies close Fold him into the team origami style Vaughn, along with ex CIA Jenn Charles and ex LAPD Dan Hendricks, jump from a pub fight in Belfast to rescuing a hacker in Marseille to racing on the autobahn in Germany FitzSimmons expertly handles the action and throttles back on the breakneck speeds in order to preserve the human element, amplifying the true struggle sans the adrenaline rush They must solve the mystery of the malware s backer, enlist the support of code breaking hackers, all the while avoiding the watching eye of U.S Intelligence because, you know, wanted fugitives of justice and all that Oh, and they have to cast such miracles alongside a phantom killer no one trusts Vaughn and friends are not black belt SEALs quick with wit and resources They don t have access to a Q Their Alfred isadmin than manservant FitzSimmons excels in portraying the realistic side of the fantastic Origami Man performs as a sequel to Debris Line, which was a palate cleanser following the first trilogy, minus the need of a wiki search New readers can jump into the pool and splash around carefree with those frolickers, like yours truly, who initially met Vaughn at the bustling counter of the Nighthawk Diner FitzSimmons gives closure to Gibson s supporting cast while opening a potential new way for Gibson A new way that is as appealing as the intro Many thanks to NetGalley and Thomas Mercer for the advance copy and entertaining read I m a Matthew FitzSimmons fan and continue to look forward to his next novel, be it the New Adventures of Gibson Vaughn or a completely different entry in the annals of excitement Go ahead and read this review along with many others Joe s I have read the previous books of this series.Our gang are still together and avoiding certain authorities and trying to earn a living while doing that but as previous books nothing is easy for them.A old enemy of certain characters returns in this book which starts their journey which takes us all over the world I love this series and all the characters especially Gibson The details and research the author does for his books is brilliant and carries through in this book as well I hoping ther I have read the previous books of this series.Our gang are still together and avoiding certain authorities and trying to earn a living while doing that but as previous books nothing is easy for them.A old enemy of certain characters returns in this book which starts their journey which takes us all over the world I love this series and all the characters especially Gibson The details and research the author does for his books is brilliant and carries through in this book as well I hoping there will be a sixth book and wondering if it will finally take back us back to the USAI received a ARC from Netgalley and Thomas Mercer for an objection review I was struggling in the first 10% of Origami Man The use of phrases instead of sentences is a good technique when used sparingly for effect Even though it stretched over the first couple of chapters, I would have accepted the choice if mostly confined to Tinsley, the evil assassin of the story Unfortunately, this style permeates the entire book, thus making its use ineffectively and an increasing irritant.I also get that this is the fifth book in a series my first intro to these character I was struggling in the first 10% of Origami Man The use of phrases instead of sentences is a good technique when used sparingly for effect Even though it stretched over the first couple of chapters, I would have accepted the choice if mostly confined to Tinsley, the evil assassin of the story Unfortunately, this style permeates the entire book, thus making its use ineffectively and an increasing irritant.I also get that this is the fifth book in a series my first intro to these characters I was hardly into the book before deciding I would never go back and read the other four books, mostly because the recaps and flashbacks were detailed and I felt no need Thankfully, around the 25% read mark, the story was off and running and I was hooked Blurring the lines and forcing good and evil characters to work together because the enemy of my enemy can be a friend was a nice touch, and added to the tension in the book Additionally, the unexpected event was always present, and not knowing exactly where the book was going made for good reading As with any action type story, the heroes are going to find themselves in trouble multiple times throughout the book How the author extricates them from danger affects the book In most instances, author Matthew Fitzsimmons offers plausible solutions and I can almost forgive him for using the same solution twice The characters aren t given a lot of fleshing out and the scene descriptions could be better but this book is action oriented It reminded me of the pulp novels featuring Doc Savage and his men All were experts, and sandwiched between the action scenes was somewhat witty dialogue intended to give the charactersdepth All the characters were experts in their fields Action prevailed over everything If you are seeking to get your adrenaline pumping, Origami Man will suffice.For those who like to know, the book can be read as a standalone With all the explanation in the beginning of the book I felt a bit like someone who showed up to a sporting event at half time, but major plotlines do not cross from the other books to this one, just the characters While there are openings for another book, this one has a beginning, middle, and end Coarse language appears throughout, most of it unnecessary to the story and characters, but I never felt it took over the book.Bottom line A decent offering, and once the story found its legs I felt entertained and caught up in the action Fans of the author will probably love this book Three stars.My thanks to NetGalley and Thomas and Mercer for an advance complimentary ebook of this title The novel is set in the Cayman Islands a place I love having married on Grand Cayman.The Caymans is known for several things but never have I heard for stake outs and or hide outs That s exactly the case here with Origami Man the 5th in the Gibson Vaughn series by Matthew Fitzsimmons.Never say Never and never trust a man named Tinsley who killed your father Our hacker Gibson knows one thing he must stop this madman, access the heavily encrypted thumb drive, and abort the massacre mission un The novel is set in the Cayman Islands a place I love having married on Grand Cayman.The Caymans is known for several things but never have I heard for stake outs and or hide outs That s exactly the case here with Origami Man the 5th in the Gibson Vaughn series by Matthew Fitzsimmons.Never say Never and never trust a man named Tinsley who killed your father Our hacker Gibson knows one thing he must stop this madman, access the heavily encrypted thumb drive, and abort the massacre mission unfolding as we speak.The race across Europe heats up as an elusive cyber psycho is a threat to all malware.The idea of keeping your friends close and your enemies closer probably never envisioned anything like this before.An amazing new read that s sure to delight all thriller fans everywhere Thank you to Matthew, the publisher, NetGalley, andKindle for this ARC in exchange for this honest review A little slow at the beginning, mostly because it takes awhile to understand the plot FitzSimmons brings readers face to face with Gibson Vaughan s shadow adversary, Tinsley, whose actions have profoundly changed Gibson s life Tinsely is a cipher, and pulls off a masterful robbery to get access to a thumbdrive, whose contents are sufficiently encrypted to force Tinsely to approach Gibson and his crew for help, as Tinsely is being hunted himself for what he stole The computer code on the thumb A little slow at the beginning, mostly because it takes awhile to understand the plot FitzSimmons brings readers face to face with Gibson Vaughan s shadow adversary, Tinsley, whose actions have profoundly changed Gibson s life Tinsely is a cipher, and pulls off a masterful robbery to get access to a thumbdrive, whose contents are sufficiently encrypted to force Tinsely to approach Gibson and his crew for help, as Tinsely is being hunted himself for what he stole The computer code on the thumbdrive outlines a dastardly plot to kill hundreds of thousands, forcing Gibson, Jenn, George, and Hendricks to intervene They remain wanted criminals and cannot ask for governmental assistance, despite the grave threat Instead, they seek the programmers, who blindly developed the code to reverse the potential damage Good characters The ending certainly leaves the door open for another book An action packed read about an assasin on the Cayman islands I loved it


About the Author: Matthew FitzSimmons

Matthew FitzSimmons is the author of the bestselling Gibson Vaughn series The Short Drop, Poisonfeather, Cold Harbor Born in Illinois and raised in London, England, he now lives in Washington, DC, where he taught English literature and theater at a private high school for over a decade.


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