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Fault Line (Ben Treven Book 1) (English Edition)

Fault Line (Ben Treven Book 1) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Barry Eisler
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“Thriller fans already know that Barry Eisler is one of the brightest stars out there. But now, with Fault Line–a breathlessly exciting, lightning-paced, and moving tale of suspense–I predict a whole lot more readers are going to discover how terrific he is.”
–Joseph Finder, author of Power Play

“An exciting, believable, and well-written thriller . . . Put Fault Line at the top of your reading list. I'm a new Barry Eisler fan!”—Ridley Pearson, author of Killer View

From the Hardcover edition.


In Silicon Valley, the eccentric inventor of a new encryption application is murdered in an apparent drug deal.

In Istanbul, a cynical undercover operator receives a frantic call from his estranged brother, a patent lawyer who believes he is the next victim.

And on the sun-drenched slopes of Sand Hill Road, Silicon Valley’s nerve center of money and technology, old family hurts sting anew as two brothers who share nothing but blood and bitterness wage a desperate battle against a faceless enemy.

Alex Treven has sacrificed everything to achieve his sole ambition: making partner in his high-tech law firm. But then the inventor of a technology Alex is banking on is murdered… and the patent examiner who reviewed it dies… and Alex himself narrowly escapes an attack in his own home. Off balance, out of ideas, and running out of time, he knows the one person who can help him is the last person he’d ever ask: his brother.

Ben Treven is a Military Liaison Element, an elite undercover soldier paid to “find, fix, and finish” high-value targets in America’s Global War on Terror. Disenchanted with what he sees as America’s culture of denial and decadence, Ben lives his detached life in the shadows because the black ops world is all he really knows—and because other than Alex, who he hasn’t spoken to since their mother died, his family is long gone.

But blood is thicker than water, and when he receives Alex’s frantic call, Ben hurries to San Francisco to help him. Only then does Alex reveal that there’s another player who knows of the technology: Sarah Hosseini, a young Iranian American lawyer who Alex has long secretly desired… and who Ben immediately distrusts. As these three radically different people struggle to identify the forces attempting to silence them, Ben and Alex are forced to examine the events that drove them apart—even as Sarah’s presence, and her own secret wants, deepens the fault line between them.

Emotionally charged and politically timely, FAULT LINE centers on a conspiracy that has spun out of the shadows and into the streets of America, a conspiracy that can be stopped only by three people—three people with different worldviews, different grievances, different motives. To survive the forces arrayed against them, they’ll first have to survive each other.

“The first blogosphere thriller... Eisler’s novel, which turns entirely on a super-secret assassinations program, is looking less like fiction and more like the work of someone who has a firm grip on what’s really happening.” —Scott Horton, Harper’s Magazine


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  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 296 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 1481205250
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Barry Eisler arbeitete drei Jahre lang als verdeckter Agent der CIA und war dann als Fachanwalt für Technologie und Manager für Unternehmensgründungen im Silicon Valley und in Japan tätig. Dort erwarb er nebenbei seinen schwarzen Gürtel am Kodokan, dem internationalen Judozentrum.

Eislers Bestseller gewannen den »Barry Award« und den «Gumshoe Award« für den besten Thriller des Jahres. Sie tauchen in zahlreichen Bestenlisten auf und wurden in beinahe zwanzig Sprachen übersetzt.

Eisler lebt in der Bay Area von San Francisco, und wenn er nicht gerade Romane schreibt, bloggt er auf über Folter, Bürgerrechte und das Prinzip der Rechtsstaatlichkeit.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen THIS IS HOW GREAT A THRILLER CAN BE 11. März 2009
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Some books have an opening line that catches your attention. A few rare one have openers that grab you, shake you a bit, and compel you to keep turning pages until the last. Such is the case with Barry Eisler's first stand-alone thriller Fault Line. We read, "The last thing Richard Hilzoy thought before the bullet entered his brain was, Things are really looking up."

That's the starting whistle for a thrill ride story that boils with action as it simmers with national subterfuge, personal hubris, family loyalties , and sexual attraction. For the millions who believe there could never be another hero to equal John Rain, meet Ben Treven. He is one of three siblings in a family that moved often due to his father's work. This was no problem for Ben as he excelled at sports and was immediately accepted. Sister Katie was a sweet, beautiful girl who liked everyone and was liked in return. Alex, the youngest, was different - shy, smart and showed off his intelligence - not an attractive quality.

Ben fought bullies to defend Alex time and again but that mattered naught the night Katie died. Ben was supposed to have driven her home from a party but asked another boy to do so. A small decision then a fatal car accident.. Alex blames Ben for their sister's death; Ben blames himself and believes his parents also hold him responsible. Family wounds are so deep that they might never heal. "He (Ben) hadn't known it at the time, but family was a fragile thing. Like a house of cards." So easily collapsed.

Now, the elder Trevens are gone, Katie is gone. Ben and Alex remain - two brothers who despise each other and hope to never see one another again.
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I wonder why more authors don't develop plots where lawyers are hunted by cruel torturers and deadly assassins. It sounds like a winning plot device to me.

That said, Fault Line has some of the most awkward brother-brother psychology and misunderstandings that you could possibly read. Oops! So much for having a good premise.

Alex Treven was the quiet, well-behaved son who stayed home and dealt with the aftermath of a disintegrating family. His brother, Ben, was the wild one who escaped the in-person second guessing . . . but hangs onto the guilt. As a lawyer, Alex lives in a neat world where making partner and developing a reputation as a mover and shaker are what matters to him. Ben lives in a shadowy world where taking down enemies can be a matter of saving many lives, including his own. The two don't have much adult connection until Alex decides that he needs Ben's help, as he often did while they grew up. These aren't schoolyard bullies. These are serious enemies who don't plan to take any prisoners.

Ben comes to help, and Alex doesn't take his advice very seriously . . . at first. Gradually, it becomes clear that this is a game from which none of them may escape, including the beautiful, brainy Sarah Hosseini who also knows too much.

Because of the lethal threat, the story has credible thriller credentials. If it just weren't for the pain of reading about what the characters are thinking about and saying to one another, it would be a pretty good book. These characters, these thoughts, and these dialogues just don't fly. They didn't come alive for me except when Ben was doing his professional best . . . away from his brother.

I also think Mr. Eisler tried too hard to bring in a back story. This plot could have worked very well with just a front story . . . and been a lot easier to write.

I hope Mr. Eisler will stick closer to his action thriller roots in future books. Let it Rain!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Typisch Eisler 4. Oktober 2013
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Wenn Dir einer gefällt, gefallen Dir alle. Nichts besonderes, typischer Eisler Stil. Schnelle Action, coole Fights und alles klingt deutlich realistischer als bei "standard Krimi Autoren". Neben Jack Reacher meine Lieblings-Krimi-Serie.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A nice book 17. Juli 2013
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As a fan of John Rain I was skeptical at first that this book might meet my expectations. But Barry Eisler's new character Ben Trevon is a nice counterpart to the maverick and freelancer John Rain. A good and thrilling book.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Wow, thrilling Lesestoff 27. Mai 2013
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Der Stand-Off der beiden Brüder nicht in allen Punkten überzeugend, aber der Plot war insgesamt stimmig. Spannung von Anfang an. Kann ich auf jeden Fall weiter empfehlen.
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