Item description for Pierce the Veil: From Put-in-bay to Wall Street by Bob Adamov...
Max Ratek, the notorious Michelangelo of Wall Street takeover artists, quietly plots a takeover battle for a Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio headquartered tire company. Ratek's plan goes awry when the tire company's investor relations professional, who is battling the ravages of MS, prematurely discovers Ratek's scheme and launches a preemptive first strike against this titanic robber baron. Meanwhile, Put-in-Bay resident and Washington Post investigative reporter, Emerson Moore, discovers Ratek's sinister plan. Emerson is drawn into the abyss of corporate intrigue as he chases the story in the midst of sailing adventures, an executive's mysterious death, an explosion at Perry's Monument, a ruthless CEO and a dangerous blonde ice queen who works for Ratek. Pierce the Veil and its extraordinary cast of characters takes readers behind the chilling scenes of corporate life to an unexpected, thrilling climax.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.25" Height: 9.5" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2004
Publisher Packard Island Publishing
ISBN 1929774338 ISBN13 9781929774333
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More About Bob Adamov
Adamov, who resides in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, is an avid Key West visitor and island traveler. He is Vice President - Human Resources & Public Relations for an Akron, Ohio company. A Kent State University graduate, he resides in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio and often can be seen driving throughout northeastern Ohio and the Lake Erie islands in his award-winning, bright yellow 1939 Packard street rod.
Bob Adamov currently resides in Cuyahoga Falls, in the state of Ohio.
Reviews - What do customers think about Pierce the Veil: From Put-in-bay to Wall Street?
Pierce the Veil Nov 12, 2007
Book was exciting and you can put the book down. a lot of suspense and intrigue.
pierce the veil Feb 18, 2005
I just finished reading Pierce the Veil. This is a must read book. I also read Rainbow's End the first book to the sequel. I recommond both of these book. If you like drama you will love these books. I can't wait for the next one to come out. It was really hard to put the book down. I really love to read and the book must be good and this book is so good. I think anyone who read it will really like. As I said a must read book. Michele
An ever-escalating saga of power and fierce competition Oct 30, 2004
Pierce the Veil by author Bob Adamov is the sequel to his earlier novel, Rainbow's End. Another adventure featuring "Washington Post" investigative reporter Emerson Moore, Pierce the Veil draws its irrepressible newshound into a cat-and-mouse game of corporate intrigue. Sailing adventures, a prominent executive's early demise, an utterly unforgiving CEO and a blonde ice queen who cannot be trusted all figure in an ever-escalating saga of power and fierce competition, heating up to a spectacular climax.
Pierce The Veil Jul 30, 2004
I found this book intriguing, at the least. Once you start, you can't put it down. Bob obviously has a gift for good story telling. My question is: when's the MOVIE coming out?
Enjoyed not being able to put it down. Jul 7, 2004
As In his first book, "Rainbow's End," Bob Adamov kept my attention throughout the book with many of the same characters, numerous subtle hints to the outcomes, as well as twists and turns that were totally unexpected to me. The reading was comfortable, exciting, and easy, almost reminding me of my younger years reading Hardy Boys mysteries (albeit much more in-depth). I really enjoyed how Bob uses real places like restaurants and bars in Put-In-Bay and elsewhere that I've visited, describing them to a "T." I'd suspect many of the people are real with only their names changed in his stories. It was fun trying to discern the fiction from the facts!
The ending was again different than I expected (as also in "Rainbow's End"), but again left me somewhat emotionally touched in a very positive way. I'm looking forward to his third in this series and hopefully more after that. Bob's books are also very appropriate for younger readers (I'm in my early 50's).