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Inside Out: A Novel

6 Ratings: 4.3
A book by Barry Eisler

“Inside Out is more than just an addictive, non-stop thriller. It is a microscope turned on the official policies of torture, extraordinary rendition, and the systematic ghosting of detainees. Through the dialogue of his engaging … see full wiki

Author: Barry Eisler
Genre: Thriller
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Date Published: 06-29-10
6 reviews about Inside Out: A Novel
review by . October 04, 2010
Ben Traven is in a Manila jail when his boss, Scott Horton, manages his release. Horton needs Ben to perform a vital task.      Rogue agent, Daniel Larison feels betrayed by the government and has stolen ninety-two torture tapes from the CIA. He is blackmailing the government and will release the tapes to the media unless he gets his payoff.      The CIA, FBI, and other agencies are after Larison and Horton wants Ben to locate him.      …
review by . May 04, 2010
I just finished an Advanced Reader's Edition of Barry Eisler's newest thriller "Inside Out," and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was fast paced, engaging, and had a profound insight on certain political controversies going on in the world around us. So not only was it an addictive action yarn, but also a work of fiction that made you think a little about what really happens behind certain closed doors. How much was fiction, and how much of the plot line was real? More on this in a moment, but this is …
review by . July 12, 2010
He's never failed me yet - Barry Eisler's books have been consistently exciting, gripping, can't-put-down thrillers, especially the John Rain titles. However, with INSIDE OUT he exceeds his own high standards with a revealing look at the netherworld of official torture, killings, and ghosting of detaineees. While it is a brilliant fictional account, don't think for a minute that it's fiction...simply think.      After a deadly barroom brawl black ops soldier …
review by . July 10, 2010
Inside Out is a sequel to Fault Line, which also featured black ops soldier Ben Treven. In this installment, Treven's assignment is to find and neutralize (but not kill) a rogue operative who has stolen ninety-two videotapes of the highly illegal torture of suspected terrorists and is blackmailing the U.S. government with the threat of posting them on line. En route, Treven deals with not only the rogue agent, a virtual killing machine (when mercenaries set a trap to capture him, the rogue kills …
review by . June 29, 2010
Some of the best novels I read are ones that seem as if they could be ripped out of the daily headlines of your favorite newspaper or news magazine. Add in behavior and characters that ring true due to past uncovered abuses by the government, and you have the ingredients for a story that makes you wonder if the plot hasn't already been played out in real life. Barry Eisler does that with torture and detainees in his latest book Inside Out: A Novel. I had a really hard time putting the book down, …
review by . May 10, 2010
In 2007, operatives working out of the Vice-president of the United States' office were informed that there were ninety-two missing videotapes. Those tapes documented the extreme torture of ghost detainees, individuals captured and whisked away to secret prisons, people who simply disappeared. Waterboarding, while documented on the tapes, was not the worst thing that happened to the ghost detainees. Ulrich, the lead operative, crafts a plausible story to spin to the media, which allows everyone …
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