Review: The Silence of Six by E.C. Myers

Today, September 23, 2016 I finished the book The Silence of Six by E.C. Myers, the first SOS thriller. 


After finishing the first chapter I was already hooked and wanting to buy the second book and the prequel. 

This book is about a boy named Evan Baxter who was a genius computer hacker who killed himself during a presidential debate and his best friend Max Stein. Max must figure out what the silence of six is and what he can do about it. 

This book focuses with advanced technology, government conspiracy, an upcoming presidential election, and the biggest social networking site.

Max used to be a computer hacker as well and he is forced to go back to it so he can figure out what caused his best friend to commit suicide all while being on the run from the FBI. 

I had such a hard time putting this book down, it was an ‘edge of the seat’, ‘can’t get enough’ kind of book for me. I enjoyed seeing how Max and some of his fellow hackers solve each problem to the puzzle of the silence of six, how Max was able to figure out what Evan was talking about with only subtle hints. 

Throughout the book I fell in love Evan, he gave his life to solve this problem and put his trust in his best friend and a few others. All the main characters were easy to grow attached to. 

This book, for me, always kept me guessing. I was never able to figure out all the clues and was completely thrown with all the plot twists.

I am very impressed with this book and am planning to buy the second book this weekend. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who likes action packed, mystery, thrillers.


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