Pendulum by Adam Hamdy
English | 2016 | Mystery & Thriller | 1.5 MB
James Patterson has hailed Adam Hamdy’s Pendulum as ‘one of the best thrillers of the year’ saying he read it in ‘one gloriously suspenseful weekend’.
A photo-journalist is targeted for death in this high-concept, twisting, dangerous journey through a digital underworld. If you love Simon Kernick and Terry Hayes’ I Am Pilgrim, read this.
You wake. Confused. Disorientated. A noose is round your neck. You are bound, standing on a chair. All you can focus on is the man in the mask tightening the rope. You are about to die.
John Wallace has no idea why he has been targeted. No idea who his attacker is. No idea how he will prevent the inevitable.
Then the pendulum of fate swings in his favour. He has one chance to escape, find the truth and halt his destruction. The momentum is in his favour for now. But with a killer on his tail, everything can change with one swing of this deadly pendulum…
You have one chance. Run.