The Einstein Pursuit

  • Title: The Einstein Pursuit
  • Author: Chris Kuzneski
  • ISBN: 9780755386512
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About Chris Kuzneski


    1. Chris Kuzneski is a New York Times and Sunday Times UK bestselling author His thrillers have been translated into than 20 languages and have been released in than 40 countries His latest book, The Prisoner s Gold, won the ITW Thriller award for 2016 Book of the Year He is the first adventure writer to win a prestigious Thriller Award His works have also been featured by the Literary Guild and honored by the Florida Book Awards The first novel The Hunters in his new series is currently being made into a major motion picture It will be released in 2017.Chris just launched a new series called The Hunters Origins, which will detail the backstories of the major characters in the Hunters in advance of the Hunters movie His first novella in Origins is called Before The Storm.Chris grew up in Indiana, PA, where he was voted Class Clown of his senior class and anchored the offensive line on a team that won back to back CENPAC championships He continued his football career at the University of Pittsburgh playing with future NFL stars Tony Siragusa, Craig Ironhead Heyward, and many others Unfortunately, a freak foot injury ended his sports career That, and a severe lack of athletic ability While at Pitt, he worked for the Pitt News, the Indiana Gazette, and the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, eventually earning his B.A in writing and his M.A in teaching For six years, he taught English and coached football in western Pennsylvania and was selected to Who s Who Among America s Teachers But in his mind, he still wasn t doing what he wanted to do He wanted to be a writer So he quit his job and took a leap of faith.After being rejected by every agent and publisher on the planet, he self published his first novel, The Plantation Most experts thought it was a bad decision that would ruin his writing career before it even started Thankfully, the experts were wrong The novel was praised by James Patterson, Nelson DeMille, Lee Child, James Rollins, Douglas Preston, and several of the top authors in his genre Their endorsements gave him the confidence to continue writing The praise also caught the attention of a young literary agent named Scott Miller, who was just starting at Trident Media He asked to represent Chris, and the two have been together ever since.Over the past decade, Chris has written ten novels and has hit bestseller lists around the globe To learn , please visit CHRISKUZNESKI.


    434 Comments


    1. nothing much to say Its a very confused book You can read it one time if you have nothing else to do.In this book everybody helps everybody just at a phone call And help is not simple life of by money but they take on with armed assassins Payne helps Salaberg on one call just because he once worked for his father and seems genuine and in the process he and his partner kills 7 8 persons US air force helps them coz they have helped the some of commanding officer Interpol is adamant on helping them [...]

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    2. Loved this book Need Payne and Jones, I miss these guys

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    3. I m astonished to find this getting so many great reviews, I think it s one of the worst books I ve ever read repetitive over endowed with great slabs of research shoe horned in wherever and whenever virtually non existent characterisation no one, not even the protagonists, are than ciphers for the plot And the plot is nothing to text home about either a raft of clich s stitched together with ghastly dialogue, full of cringingly fake witty macho banter the whole thing hangs on coincidence and h [...]

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    4. Well what can I say I m a Kuzneski fan and this is just another fine addition to the Payne Jones series Admittedly, these books are a guilty pleasure but like with eating you should have a varied and balanced diet That said, there are times when you deserve to sit down and have a pizza or a greasy cheeseburger I think Chris books are certainly nutritious than that but they are also not great art His two main characters are fun and entertaining and his supporting characters are well developed an [...]

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    5. The lab was packed with many of the brightest minds in their field, all focused on a secret project that would change mankind for ever.In a matter of seconds, they would all be dead.Just those two sentences was all it took to have me hooked, reading the book until it was completed in the early hours of the morning Fast paced, as all the Payne and Jones novels are, though it didn t completely focus on them alone It was nice to find out about Nick Dial and the other supporting characters Chris br [...]

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    6. re read and it gets better.I have missed this series and now have another long wait to the next book in the series, thank fully he has now got another series that is as equally good.Payne and Jones are once again saving the world this timn from the magic of science and one manand his thirst to live forever Nick Dial has a prominent role in this book which leaves Mr Kuzneski to write an explosive novel with a bang at the end, with Payne and Jones to save the day in their unique fashion BRILLIANT [...]

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    7. Another superb story telling from Mr Kuzneski Fast paced with a hint of slap dash humour from Payne and Jones We really should see these on the big screen

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    8. Another feather in the capPayne and Jones a magnet for trouble do it again but this time with limited information from the person they ended up protecting because of Paynes late father The real surprise for me was how much we got to learn about his past, i was taken along with the ride with Payne worth a read, so if you have followed the series Well written and enforces the ideal of family and real friends.

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    9. Another great Payne and Jones by an author I consider possibly the best in the genre Pacey, entertaining, excellent dialogue my only complaint is that at this point there are no Payne and Jones to read I guess I ll have to try out the Hunter series.

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    10. I am a huge Chris Kuzneski fan This book just underlined why his books are so good The research as always was meticulous and the plot out of this world I cannot wait for books in this oand the Hunters series.

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    11. I started this a while ago and put it down very glad to come back to it, though Payne Jones are fun That said, I read a lot of books in the genre and I find the writing a little stilted so really 3 1 2 stars and not 4, but I always round up.

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    12. Not as good as some of the previous books and I don t get why this many books in the author still insists on going over their military backgrounds.

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    13. Good book, i like his humor throughout

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    14. Good readThoroughly enjoy this series Easy to read and interesting enough to make me want to keep reading Love how Payne and Jones characters gel together.

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    15. Payne and Jones strike again Just love this duo well worth reading

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    16. All you expect from a Payne Jones novel Action, death, mayhem and just a touch of illegal procedures Brilliant escapism

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    17. If all authors were as great as Chris Kuzneski I don t think I would ever watch tv again He is such an amazing storyteller and has taken me to so many places across the globe The Einstein Pursuit is just another in his line of great books.

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    18. b00kr3vi3ws 2014 01 EinIt was pure luck that I had ddiscovered Chris Kuzneski on one of my regular book browsing hours at a leading bookstore chain Wedged in a haphazard way was The Prophecy and being the order freak, when it comes to books, I had to put it back in place P Yeah I Know But the cover caught my eye and I knew I just had to get it after I read the blurb Looking back, I really owe it to my obsessive behaviour that I discovered this author But it is by choice that since then I have re [...]

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    19. Kuzneski s newest installment in the Payne Jones series does not leave the series fans disappointed When a scientific institute in Stockholm mysteriously burns to the ground, INTERPOL is called to help with the investigation The fire is deemed deliberate and its victims are none other than a group of scientists, whose ties to the community are anything but pure When a scientist with strong ties to Payne Industries fifty years earlier approaches Payne to seek assistance, the truth begins revealin [...]

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    20. A classic case of a deadly retired army duo on a manhunt for people responsible for bombing a laboratory in Stockholm But what adds to the chase is the contents and the people involved in it From there on it s a multi dimensional problem for the duo to handle and negate as they are stretched beyond their limits in this latest adventure When one talks of adventure then there s no fun without uncanny characters Those who are able to play good and bad according to demand of the situation That s whe [...]

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    21. Started and completed over the weekend Completed the book even before I could actually start reading it on This was my kind of book and Kuzneski is my kind of author fast paced action packed thrillers with a sprinkling of humor that s what I loved about Robert Ludlum, that s what I loved about Matthew Reilly and that s what I love about the Payne and Jones series of Kuzneski PJ offer the right amount of action with their own version of humor in their conversations Even in the most threatening of [...]

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    22. Although The Einstein Pursuit is the eighth pairing of Payne and Jones, it features heavily one of my favorite characters, Interpol s Nick Dial Nick is sent to Stockholm, Sweden to assist with the investigation of a horrific explosion that kills an elite group of scientists from around the world Dr Mattias Sahlberg learns that he is next on the kill list so he enlists the help of Payne Jones to help keep him alive The two storylines quickly intersect to become a race to not only keep Dr Sahlberg [...]

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    23. I ve read a few of the Payne and Jones thrillers by Mr Kuzneski before, and like those, this one takes you on roller coaster ride all over the world in a race against time.The book moves along at a break neck speed and sometimes I needed to stop reading just to take a breath Payne and Jones are the stars of the show, as usual, but we also get into the minds of other characters and every one of them is fully developed and fleshed out There are no cardboard cut out baddies here, everything twists [...]

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    24. This was the 8th, and so far final, book in the Payne and Jones series I am happy to report that the writing has been tightened up, certainly compared to the previous 2 offerings in the series We also get to find out a bit about the supporting characters, especially Nick Dial and Henri Toulon of Interpol The scientific aspects were slightly over the top, and almost seemed like extra padding to fill the book, as were the various repetitions On the whole I enjoyed the book, but even since the fir [...]

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    25. Detailed review hereA secret lab in Stockholm, Sweden, has all the greatest scientific minds of the world working on cutting edge science, when it is burnt to the ground, killing all the scientists inside This brings Interpol director Nick Dial to Stockholm to pursue the case When Mattias Sahlberg, a scientist, finds his life in danger, he reaches to Payne for help, and it doesn t take Payne much time to conclude that Stockholm and Sahlberg are not coincidences but a sequence of well planned eve [...]

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    26. En esta nueva aventura de Jonathon Payne y David Jones no hay ning n tesoro arqueol gico que descubrir, ni misterio hist rico que resolver Esto ya es un punto positivo, ya que en casi todos los anteriores libros hab a alg n misterio hist rico que resolver.Adem s, en este libro tiene un mayor protagonismo el investigador de la Interpol, Nick Dial, que le da otro toque a la historia Kuzneski tiene que explotar m s este personaje, que aparece en los anteriores libros casi de forma espor dica.Tambi [...]

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    27. This is not one of Kuzneski s best works the plot is rather fragile plotline which fails to have the same impact as books like the sign of the cross It was a limited continuation of the Payne Jones series which just didn t measure up to his previous standard Soem of the novel was good but the story was too short and finished far too quickly with a lot less peril and interest than before The lack of a historical conspiracy or lost artifact actually hurt his writing style and didn t allow the geni [...]

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    28. Another one of Kuzneski s by the numbers thrillers featuring Payne and Jones ex MANIACs with juvenile banter Plenty of bone crunching action in a book that probably aims itself at the people who still mouth the words as they read I find these books a guilty pleasure, although not well written they are okay for a quick read, and Kuzneski does have a good website where you can take a virtual tour of the places and some items mentioned in the books His Hunters series is better and there is a film i [...]

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    29. Return of Payne and Jones That s all I needed to hear This is one of my favorite series, and two of my favorite characters A mysterious lab is bombed in Stockholm, and soon afterward a scientist enlists the help the Payne and Jones after men break into his home Naturally, the two events are connected If you enjoy this series as much as I have, you will not be disappointed Payne and Jones and most of the usual cast return I only hope that now that Kuzneski is launching a new series, he won t aban [...]

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    30. I have read every Payne and Jones book this is by far the worst The bulk of the book is a series of long winded conversations it was like I had run into Payne and Jones in the frozen food aisle and I was being given the run down of how they had spent their time since I d last seen them rather than the globe trotting adventure I expected The normally ham fisted but fun banter between Payne and Jones took a left turn into half hearted and contrived this time around combine that with lazy action a [...]

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