"You're not alone. You're never alone."
Charlie West has held on to that belief, but now he's starting to wonder. He went to bed one night an ordinary high-school kid. When he woke up, he was wanted for murder and hunted by a ruthless band of terrorists. He's been on the run ever since. Now he's stuck in prison, abandoned by his allies, trying desperately to stay a step ahead of vicious prison gangs and brutal guards. And a flash of returning memory tells him another terrorist strike is coming—soon. A million people will die unless he does something. But what? He's stuck in a concrete cage with no way out and no one who can help. Charlie has never felt so alone—and yet he knows he can't give in or give up . . . not with the final hour ticking away.“A thriller that reads like a teenage version of 24 . . . an adrenaline-pumping adventure.” —TheDailyBeast.com (review of The Last Thing I Remember)
|About the Contributor(s)||Andrew Klavan
Andrew Klavan is an award-winning writer, screenwriter, and media commentator. The author of internationally bestselling novels True Crime, filmed by Clint Eastwood, and Don’t Say a Word, filmed with Michael Douglas, Klavan is also a contributing editor to City Journal, the magazine of the Manhattan Institute. His essays and op-eds on politics, religion, movies, and literature have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the LA Times, and elsewhere. He lives in Southern California.
|Release Date||Sep 4, 2012|