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Public Enemy Zero (English Edition) par [Mayne, Andrew]
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The world is out to kill Mitchell Roberts. The helpless girl who needs help changing her tire. His petty ex-girlfriend and her new mate. An entire mall full of unassuming shoppers. They all want to murder Mitch in a blind rage when he's in their presence.

As Mitch attempts to unravel the mystery around his situation, he learns quickly that rabid strangers and friends aren’t his only predators. Police attempt to hunt him down by any means necessary and his every move is tracked by a shadowy government official with a secret to protect.

He'll need to use every resource he has, from the advice of a paranoid late night radio host, to his Twitter account and find out why he's become Public Enemy Zero.


“A fast paced thriller that I literally couldn't put down. I will definitely be checking out the other Andrew Mayne titles on Kindle.” - Robert Gemienhardt

“I think it's the mark of great sci-fi that despite the imagined elements that drive the plot, the characters and the situations feel real. Public Enemy Zero accomplishes this beautifully.” - Jeremy Lusk

Biographie de l'auteur

Andrew Mayne, star of A&E’s Don’t Trust Andrew Mayne, is a magician and novelist ranked the fifth best-selling independent author of the year by Amazon UK. He started his first world tour as an illusionist when he was a teenager and went on to work behind the scenes for Penn & Teller, David Blaine and David Copperfield. He’s also the host of the podcast.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Readable Thriller that Could Have Been a 5 23 juin 2011
Par Danny Norbury - Publié sur
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Since I bought my Kindle, I have dabbled in several self published authors with mixed results. It is always a crap shoot but at a $.99 and a handful of good reviews, I am willing to broaden my horizons to these uncharted isles.

And I am so glad to have discovered Andrew Mayne.

With Public Enemy Zero Mayne expertly handles a very original take on the whole X-Factor Zombie type of scenario. He begins by creating a very likable, morally centered everyman. Mitch is an aspiring broadcaster working the long nights at the wrong end of the radio dial. His girlfriend just broke up with him, he has under a grand in his checking account, and...oh yeah, he just found out that anyone he comes in contact with becomes snarling animals hellbent on ripping him apart.

From there, Mr. Mayne spins a fast paced thriller that reads better than most summer blockbusters. By placing his character in the very real dangers of being captured by police as a terroist suspect, being ripped apart by anyone he meets, or being captured by a shadowy government agency, we get a thrilling ride that you will rip through in a single sitting.

Unfortunately, there are a few items that keeps Public Enemy Zero from full marks. There is a rather unnecessary and rather silly use of an LSD Wild Man who communes with Mother Nature in a plot to destroy the world. While it is an interesting piece of theater, this charcter and the handful of scenes he has (including, unfortunately the opening one) serve no purpose to the story and takes away from the realism of the situation.

There are two police detective characters that are strongly portrayed who begin unraveling the mystery who are ommitted in the second half of the book. And finally, there are huge glaring editorial errors in the last third of the book; sentences have repeating words, the wrong word choice is used, multiple pronouns appear side by side. Mr. Mayne states in his Acknowledgements that the book was edited with social networking volunteers. He would be better served paying someone to fill this role.

The last concern I have for the book is that it is so timely that I wonder how it will stand the test of time. Not only are there multiple references to YouTube, Skype, i-Pads, etc. but they and Facebook/Twitter play a central role to the plot. I found this to be very clever and applaud its use, however, future readers or current readers unfamiliar with these technologies might be less impressed.

I will read everything that Mr. Mayne has out for the Kindle. But with a few edits, omissions, etc. I would probably find him published in my bookstore or even on the silver screen as well.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I'm so glad that I did 27 mars 2017
Par Kelly E. Curtin - Publié sur
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After reading author Andrew Mayne's Station Breaker series and his Jessica Blackwood series I needed more! I decided to go all the way back to his early work and check out Public Enemy Zero. I'm so glad that I did.

The story follows Mitchell Roberts as he is on the run because every person he comes into contact with tries to kill him. First there is the girl on the side of road with car trouble. Next, his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend. Even an entire mall full of people are after him. And it just grows from there. Mitchell has no idea why people are trying to kill him. The authorities are trying to figure out if he is a criminal, a terrorist, or a victim.

This fast paced thriller holds your attention throughout. Andrew Mayne writes short chapters, each with mini cliffhangers that keep the pace going and keep you wanting more.

This is the 6th book of Mayne's that I have read and look forward to continuing my journey through his work.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Like the main character, I could not stop. 15 novembre 2011
Par Paul J. Furio - Publié sur
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I picked this up looking for something to start reading during a lunch break, and I found myself flipping through a few more pages on my iPhone in the bathroom, then on the bus home, reading over dinner, and then finally settling in with a glass of wine to finish it out.

It's a bite-sized story, several hours of non-stop entertainment that's fast paced and incredibly clever, while remaining plausible in the context of the tale. Everyman is suddenly and violently attacked by people around him, and needs to run to survive. Meanwhile, an incredulous public fears him, authorities hate him, and a few dark people want to kill him.

What makes the story work is both the pacing, and the clever ways the main character gets away by the hair of his neck. Picture Bruce Willis in Die Hard, only over several days in south Florida, with murderous mobs chasing after him, and a shady bioweapon conspiracy arching over the whole thing, and you've got a non-stop action fest that will pleasantly surprise and thrill.

The writing isn't Hemmingway, but then it's not supposed to be. It's the next Roland Emmerich film, in easy Kindle Book format, and it's a bargain at twice the price.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Would have been a 5 star review if I wrote it in the first 50 pages 13 mars 2012
Par Brawndo - Publié sur
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When I began this novel it was an absolute page turner. I'm sure it helped that my hometown is from the same location that many of the events take place, so I was interested to see Mr. Mayne's take on my familiar haunts. I particularly enjoyed the detectives' attempts to piece together what happened in the first half of the book, but unfortunately they disappear completely after the plot heads in the tinfoil hat conspiracy direction.

At this point I felt that the book really began to lose steam and started to read like a pulp action book you might grab at the airport book rack and half-read while waiting for your flight. Suddenly our hero Mitch transforms into MacGyver and Bruce Willis rolled into one, taking down trained hitmen and black helicopters while concocting ridiculous escape plans no ordinary person would dream up. I no longer really identified with Mitch as much as I had at the start of the novel, and read to the unsatisfying conclusion just to see what happened.

Another one of my complaints is that none of the characters other than the protagonist are really fleshed out or developed beyond their limited role in making the action move forward.

Overall, this was a mostly enjoyable three-four hour read despite its flaws, and for 99 cents you cannot go wrong.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 An excellent bio-thriller! 18 octobre 2011
Par Brian - Publié sur
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Wow, what a story. Intriguing and a little confusing in the beginning and partially throughout the whole earth mother thin. But other than that, the story was excellent. A great read for a fan of a good thriller and an especially good read for someone who likes biological agent, bio-terrorism type books. This is definitely right up your alley.

Also, great use of "new media" within the book (use of youtube and twitter), and you could tell that this was finished rather recently because it contained pertinent news information that was pretty recent.

I blew threw this in a long layover in Miami airport coming home from our honeymoon, and I was in no way dissappointed.
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