Meltdown




      Meltdown
Samuel Spendlove, one of the brightest young academics at Oxford, has given it all up to work undercover for William Barton, owner of a massive media empire Spendlove goes into hiding in the dangerous world of underground Paris chased by the police, by Khan, the bank and William Barton and helped by Kaz s bicurious lover, Lauren. Read Meltdown by Martin Baker – heartforum.co.uk

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      Meltdown
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  • Paperback
  • 389 pages
  • Meltdown
  • Martin Baker
  • 09 January 2018
  • 0230703976

10 thoughts on “ Meltdown

  1. Donna Brown says:

    I like to think that I will give any book in any genre a fair chance and thrillers are a style of book I particularly enjoy The story should be compelling but not too technical, the main character likeable or at least worth respecting yet realistically flawed It should have some excitement and intrigue but stay mostly within the realms of the real world.I felt Meltdown did not live up to these expectations, which was disappointing as it started promisingly The blurb seemed I like to think that I will give any book in any genre a fair chance and thrillers are a style of book I particularly enjoy The story should be compelling but not too technical, the main character likeable or at least worth respecting yet realistically flawed It should have some excitement and intrigue but stay mostly within the realms of the real world.I felt Meltdown did no...

  2. Settembrini_&_Naphta says:

    Camus meets Chandler with a touch of Hitchcock The narrative offers insights into the complex workings of the world s financial systems.True enough, the subject matter may be daunting to some Further, those without some prior knowledge or interest in the topics forming the background to the novel may endeavour with the opening chapters to fully appreciate and indulge into its themes panache That said, those who do persist with Meltdown are rewarded with a well thoug Camus meets Chandler with a to...

  3. Jules says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Can t say I was too impressed, but then to be honest, didn t really expect to be The finance bits didn t stack up technically and was unbelievable The crime bits were not intriguing or clever enough Erotic bits were added in for the hell of it the book just tried to do it all, without doing any one thing properly The basic framework of the story was intere...

  4. Henri Moreaux says:

    This book wasn t too bad, but it could have been a lot better.There were little things such as the main characters surname Samuel Spendlove which I found corny Perhaps it s acommon name in Britain or Europe however this reader, an Australian, has never heard of such a surname and it became rather annoying to read again and again.Then there were larger things like the extremely unlikely conspiracy.Overall it s not the sort of book that will keep you up This book wasn t too bad, but it could have been a lot better.There were little things such as the main characters surname Samuel Spendlove which I found corny Perhaps it s acommon name in Britain or Europe however this reader, an Au...

  5. Noel G says:

    Not a bad book but not one that would keep you up all nite just so that you can read the next chapter.Basic plot is beliveable and enjoyable although when delved into, various issues arise for realism The characters didnt particularly appeal and i think the writer relied on the readers imagination to fill in blanks, without doing much to fan the readers creativity.Almost felt like a first draft that the publisher should have sent back to him with the words, Like the plo Not a bad book bu...

  6. Basirat Atif says:

    Just finished it I had to practically forced myself through it It was slow and boring mostly but for someone who understands markets and economy, it might be interesting The real thrill begins in the middle of the book and I liked the reali...

  7. juice says:

    Could have been a good book, but really stretched the bounds of credibility in every area it went to Slid pretty quickly into melodrama, so if that s your thing, you ll probably like it Not as many plot holes as the Da Vinci Code, but similarly unbelievable.

  8. Alison says:

    A pretty good try for a first novel.

  9. Sanat Gersappa says:

    Love financial thrillers.

  10. Matt says:

    One of the few financial thrillers that really works.

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