Zero Day by Jan Gangsei | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Zero Day by Jan Gangsei?

Zero Day by Jan Gangsei was definitely a random audiobook pick for me. First, the regular physical copy of the book came to my house randomly, where it sat on a shelf for a long time. I mean, I did not even really know a whole lot about the book prior to reading it. Second, I decided the audiobook seemed different enough from the other books that I was currently making way through, so decided I could splurge a monthly Hoopla borrow on it. Third, the summary just sound so action packed and thrilling.

What’s The Story Here?

Jan Gangsei’s Zero Day basically stars this girl named Addie Webster, who was the victim of this awful kidnapping. Addie’s parents and family seems to be doing quite well for themselves now, though. Her dad is president of the United States (I am so jealous of this fictional world in which this man is president, y’all). Addie returns from her kidnapping and after proving herself as not being an imposter, is reunited with her family. She’s also reunited with a former friend – Darrow. Darrow also gets a point of view and is charged with pretty much spying on Addie. It might sound whack that he has to do that, but Addie might not be entirely trustworthy. In fact, she may just have plans to do something awful to the president. Yes, this book is full of twists and definitely has all of the action.

How Did I Like It?

I actually am surprised by how much I enjoyed Zero Day. I am not always one to go in for thriller type books. My tastes typically lie elsewhere. However, I did feel pressure to read this because it’s been on my shelf for awhile and because Hoopla had it available. I guess I like thrillers when they are aimed at a YA audience and when they involve espionage and computers. The story is fairly engaging and compelling. I mean, who doesn’t like it when characters continue to surprise you and prove some of your various assumptions wrong.

How’s The Narration?

The audiobook of Zero Day by Jan Gangsei is narrated by Andi Arndt. Honestly, this isn’t going to be among the best audiobooks I have ever read in my entire life, but I also have nothing negative to say either. I think that if you like thrillers, you’ll like this audiobook. Andi Arndt is a decent narrator who does a fine job with the action sequences. In all, not a bad listen at all.

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