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Pushing Brilliance (Kyle Achilles #1)

Some people are naturally brilliant,others have to buy it.What would you pay,to be one in a million?Framed for murder and on the run, former Olympic biathlete Kyle Achilles is also in the crosshairs of assassins' guns. Why? He has no idea. He's fighting blind against two master strategists and one extraordinary invention--known as Brillyanc.Achilles' only ally is the other prime suspect, a beautiful Russian mathematician who is either the best or worst person to ever enter his life. Katya was engaged to Achilles' brother -- before he died.Chasing clues while dodging bullets, Achilles and Katya race around the globe, uncovering a conspiracy conceived in Moscow, born in Silicon Valley, and destined to demolish both the White House and the Kremlin. Along the way a lost soul finds purpose, a broken heart confronts forbidden love, and America gains a new hero.Packed with heart-stopping surprises, paced by razor-sharp plotting, and populated with richly rendered characters, Pushing Brillianc...

Title : Pushing Brilliance (Kyle Achilles #1)
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ISBN : 30734567
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 375 pages
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Pushing Brilliance (Kyle Achilles #1) Reviews

  • Sluserfive

    The only thing way of getting my nails hopes hair cut

    The wonly best fact I can have it on my the first place time to get the chance to win the league in is a great

  • Ti.Me

    A young ex-CIA agent and former Olympian is framed for his family's murder. He enlists the aid of his old contacts to break out of jail. Then, he teams up with his dead brother's brilliant, gorgeous fiancee (after whom he's subconsciously lusted for a while) to find the true killers, the motive, and to clear his name.

    The daring effort takes them as far as Ukraine/Bellarus/Russia and at last uncovers a sinister plot targeting the highest levels of US government. Will they be able to stop it in t

  • Pat

    4.5 stars.

    This book is a conspiracy theorists' wet dream. Completely far-fetched but you know that going in - right? It was a lot of fun. Kyle Achilles, a former Olympic biathlete and covert operative is framed for the murder of his family. To clear his name he must find the real killer, or killers. But where to start? He has very little to go on. His only ally is his dead brother's fiancée, Katya, a brilliant Russian mathematician.

    They start with his father's and brother's failed business ventu

  • Todd Simpson

    Like other readers this was my first Tim Tigner book. My first thought after a couple of chapters was Wow !

    Very well written, with great characters. This book is easy to read, and flows very well. Achilles is the main character, a tough guy with allot of skills, but allot of depth to him as well. You can't help but like him. The Author has done a great job in pulling you into the story, and he kept me interested throughout the book. If you like Action Thrillers then definitely add Tim Tigner boo

  • Sluserfour

    The best

    The best part is that you have a great day with a little more fun and more interesting things are getting better

  • Christina

    The main character in this book reminds me of Ron Burgundy when he said, "I don't know how to put this... but I'm kind of a big deal." Cue eye roll. Between that and him mansplaining everything to the love interest which adds who knows how many pages to this novel, I was in a constant state of ARGH with this book.

    I should've stopped when, upon finding out family members were killed, our hero walks you through his *training* to show you how he compartmentalizes it so that he can be the smartest p

  • Alfred St

    Good read

    This book had many positive aspects but way too much detail; a convoluted plot, and an ending that found personally unsatisfying.

  • Satinder Hawkins

    This book started out well enough and I appreciate the authors attempt to create a complex plot. But his efforts reminded me of the difference between a master of this genre (such as Lee Child who is the author I think Tim Tigner is trying to be) and an amateur. It didn’t take too long into the book for it to all go bad. The conflict at the heart of this plot is so absurd that it’s impossible to suspend belief. And in terms of character development, there was none. The only purpose for ANY other ...more