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Freefall Eight months after confronting Pendulum John Wallace is losing himself in a dangerous warzone in a misguided attempt at penance for what he has done But an assassination attempt makes Wallace realise

  • Title: Freefall
  • Author: Adam Hamdy
  • ISBN: 9781472250070
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Eight months after confronting Pendulum, John Wallace is losing himself in a dangerous warzone in a misguided attempt at penance for what he has done But an assassination attempt makes Wallace realise that he has once again been targeted for death This time, Wallace is prepared and, tracking down his would be assassin, he discovers a link to his nemesis, Pendulum.The linEight months after confronting Pendulum, John Wallace is losing himself in a dangerous warzone in a misguided attempt at penance for what he has done But an assassination attempt makes Wallace realise that he has once again been targeted for death This time, Wallace is prepared and, tracking down his would be assassin, he discovers a link to his nemesis, Pendulum.The link is the missing piece of a puzzle that has tormented FBI Agent Christine Ash ever since they confronted Pendulum, but with no Bureau support she has been unable to progress her case Wallace s proof breaks it, but also exposes them both to terrible danger.Confronted by a powerful, hidden enemy, Ash and Wallace must overcome impossible odds if they are to avert a dangerous challenge to the networked world that threatens to destroy our way of life.

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    About "Adam Hamdy"

    1. Adam Hamdy

      Adam Hamdy is the author of the forthcoming Pendulum trilogy, which will be published by Headline in November 2016 New York Times bestselling author, James Patterson, said I read Pendulum in one gloriously suspenseful weekend Definitely one of the best thrillers of the year As a screenwriter, Adam has worked with studios and production companies on both sides of the Atlantic, and is currently developing original TV dramas with networks in the UK and US.In addition to his film and television work, Adam is building a reputation as an author After garnering critical acclaim, Adam s self published second novel, Out of Reach, was republished by Endeavour Press in 2015.Prior to embarking on his writing career, Adam was a strategy consultant and advised global businesses in the medical systems, robotics, technology and financial services sectors.Adam has a degree in Law from Oxford University and a degree in Philosophy from the University of London Adam is a seasoned skier, rock climber, CPSA marksman, and is a member of the International Thriller Writers Organisation, the Society of Authors, the Crime Writers Association, and the Writers Guild of Great Britain.

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    1. Anyone that remembers how excitable and shrieky my good friend Kate of Bibliophile Book Club and I got over the first in this series, the gloriously entertaining Pendulum, will know that anticipation for the sequel, Freefall was high. As were expectations. No pressure then Mr Hamdy.Freefall turned out to be a banging good read, like Pendulum but better, picking up from where that left off we find Wallace in a war zone in an attempt to make some random amends, Ash fighting the force of an employe [...]


    2. I loved Pendulum. I loved Pendulum so much, I read it twice. John Wallace is my kind of flawed hero. I was excited to hear about Freefall. Freefall by Adam Hamdy is the highly anticipated book two in the trilogy.Pendulum saw John Wallace trying to figure out a dark mystery. Who wants him dead? Who is the masked stranger who strung him up in his flat with a noose? This masked man seems to be randomly targeting people across the UK and America. With the help of FBI Special Agent Christine Ash and [...]


    3. Having read and loved Pendulum, I was more than a little excited to see early proof copies of Freefall on twitter recently, and even more delighted to receive one myself. This is one book I had been waiting for, pretty much since I finished Pendulum, so there was no question of my leaving the book aside until publication, NO SIREE!!! In fact, I brought it away with me to read while I was away with my husband for our wedding anniversary. Luckily, my husband understands the need to read the much a [...]


    4. Back in January, I read an action movie taking place in the pages of a book, aka Pendulum, the book ended but the story was not over – enter the sequel, Freefall.Just like Pendulum, Freefall opens with a thrilling chapter – I’ve always loved when a book opens with a murder, it appears I also love when a book opens with a suicide! Hamdy, again, launches the reader straight into the action and grips you from the get go. While any book can be read as a standalone, I think in this instance, it [...]


    5. The second book in the Pendulum series, and I must admit I was absolutely chomping at the bit to read this story. And boy was it worth itWallace, having fled to Afghanistan to lay low for a while following the ordeal with Max Byrne as Pendulum, soon finds his vaguely quiet existence brutally interrupted when men are dispatched to erase him and his knowledge of Byrne and his motives. Bailey, is sent to investigate a so called suicide that is hauntingly reminiscent of the Pendulum murders. He cont [...]


    6. Freefall, by Adam Hamdy, is the second book in the author’s Pendulum Trilogy. Set across several continents it opens with a suicide in London, the depiction of which is chilling. The action then moves to Afghanistan where John Wallace, the photographer targeted in the first book in the series, has gone to hide from the world and grieve for his beloved Connie.Several of the original cast return, although all have been damaged by their horrific experiences, referred to just enough to allow this [...]


    7. Some good thriller-writing but rather confusingThis is the second book in a trilogy, and I have to say right at the start that, for me, it would appear essential to have read the opening book, “Pendulum”. This book has been widely praised by, amongst others, James Patterson.Whilst there are some very good writing and descriptive narrative, there appears to be a constant battering of the senses which rarely abates and, at 543 pages, this was not an easy read. John Wallace, our journalist/phot [...]


    8. This book is Part 2 of a three part trilogy – the first book being Pendulum. If you want to read this fast paced, all-action trilogy, then you must start with Pendulum.As we join Freefall, eight months after confronting the serial killer Pendulum, photo-journalist John Wallace is losing himself in a dangerous tribal war in Afghanistan in an attempt to get over the loss of his love, Connie following his part in the Pendulum affair. But an attempt on his life and those of his Afghani travelling [...]


    9. I read Pendulum last January having bought my signed copy from Goldsboro Books (link here) and read it with the Instagram, Criminally Good Book Club, link here. Pendulum was fastpaced and trust me, Freefall maintains the sprint! Within 50 pages Adam Hamdy had introduced a highly original and truly horrendous murder weapon which literally gave me goosebumps!The familiar main protagonists, John Wallace, Patrick Bailey and Christine Ash all return, trying to rebuild their lives post Pendulum with v [...]


    10. Thanks to Adam for sending me an advance, proof copy of the book. This is a great follow up to Pendulum. Edge of the seater thriller that keeps the action coming thick and fast. Already can't wait to read the third one whenever that comes out. Highly recommended. You won't regret it.


    11. ​Freefall by Adam Hamdy. Published on 2 November's 2017  I was a big fan of Pendulum and thoroughly enjoyed the gripping storyline so I was happy to discover the next book had already been written!Freefall carries on after the traumatic events from Pendulum and follows the characters of John Wallace, Christine Ash and Patrick Bailey as they try to come to terms with what happened to them. They are each battling their own inner demons and struggling to cope – they are in denial.The tension [...]


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