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    Random House presents the audiobook edition of The Fox by Frederick Forsyth.

    The 18th novel from best-selling thriller writer Frederick Forsyth, the man who defined the genre.

    The Fox is based on the stories of British hackers Gary McKinnon and Lauri Love and centres around an 18-year-old schoolboy with Asperger’s Syndrome who is able to penetrate intricate firewalls to access the secrets at the highest level of foreign governments and other major organisations.

    ©2018 Frederick Forsyth (P)2018 Random House Audiobooks

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    "Forsyth is a magnificent storyteller." (Daily Mail)

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    great style but no story

    it is several episodes strung together by the slightest of ropes. you could leave out half of the book and it would make no difference to the plot. not as good as the other books

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    • 12.10.2018

    A brilliantly usual Forsyth story

    It's always a highlight when a novel story is published from his hands. However this one, the storyline is somewhat more predictable and there are minor inaccuracies when referring to historical facts (e.g. Ceausescus last speech was not in Timisoara, but in the capital Bucharest).