4 out of 5 stars
When Detective Norton is called to investigate the slaughter of an entire office, little did he know that it would turn his world upside down. Already grieving the death of his girlfriend, he isn’t prepared to uncover the truth behind the deaths. How deep does this go?
I thoroughly enjoyed this! The plot was fast-paced and intense. Once the detective finds out about the program and what it does, it really picks up the pace. You can just imagine what that type of technology can do!! And no, I’m not telling you because it’s better if you go into this blind. It’s much more enjoyable, well it was for me anyway!
In all, this is a quick read, but it’s a fast-paced, thrilling and entertaining one. It would give you chills thinking about the program! If you enjoy techno-thrillers, then you’re sure to enjoy this.
Rick Gregory read this really well. His cadences and tones brought the atmosphere to life and made this more enjoyable. While his voices for certain characters could do with a little more differentiation, they were still good enough that I could follow who was talking.
Terror Byte by J.R. Park
Narrator: Rick Gregory
Length: 3 hrs and 2 mins
Published by Sinister Horror Company on January 10th 2018
Street tough Detective Norton is a broken man. Still grieving the murder of his girlfriend, he is called to investigate the daylight slaughter of an entire office amid rumors of a mysterious and lethal computer program. As the conspiracy unfolds the technological killer has a new target. Fighting for survival, Norton must also battle his inner demons, the wrath of MI5, and a beautiful but deadly mercenary only known as Orchid.
Unseen, undetectable, and unstoppable. In the age of technology, the most deadly weapon is a few lines of code.
I received this book for free. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
About the Author:
J. R. Park is a writer of Horror Fiction based in Bristol, UK, and co-founder of the publishing imprint the Sinister Horror Company.
His novels have all been well received by readers and reviewers, even if the sick bucket hasn’t been too far away from their bedsides.
Art house, pulp and exploitation alike inform his inspirations, as well as misheard conversations, partially remembered childhood terrors and cheese before sleep.