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After the riveting events of Once Dead, Jack “Ripper” Gregory remains host to a homicidal alien bound to his soul. Now Jack has been hired for a suicide mission: journey to South America and rescue an imprisoned shaman. One problem...both the National Security Agency and a gang of neo-fascists are hot on his trail.Neither group plans to let Jack live.At stake is the immeas After the riveting events of Once Dead, Jack “Ripper” Gregory remains host to a homicidal alien bound to his soul. Now Jack has been hired for a suicide mission: journey to South America and rescue an imprisoned shaman. One problem...both the National Security Agency and a gang of neo-fascists are hot on his trail.Neither group plans to let Jack live.At stake is the immeasurably powerful Sun Staff, an ancient alien artifact that in the wrong hands will alter the course of human history. With the clock ticking, Jack must find and rescue the shaman before sinister forces get to him first. When Jack comes face-to-face with his equal—a stunningly beautiful NSA agent—he wonders if he can still pull the trigger and save his mission...even if the decision costs him his very soul.From bestselling author Richard Phillips comes a globe-spanning sci-fi thriller series with a twist...culminating in the cataclysmic events that set the stage for the Rho Agenda.


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After the riveting events of Once Dead, Jack “Ripper” Gregory remains host to a homicidal alien bound to his soul. Now Jack has been hired for a suicide mission: journey to South America and rescue an imprisoned shaman. One problem...both the National Security Agency and a gang of neo-fascists are hot on his trail.Neither group plans to let Jack live.At stake is the immeas After the riveting events of Once Dead, Jack “Ripper” Gregory remains host to a homicidal alien bound to his soul. Now Jack has been hired for a suicide mission: journey to South America and rescue an imprisoned shaman. One problem...both the National Security Agency and a gang of neo-fascists are hot on his trail.Neither group plans to let Jack live.At stake is the immeasurably powerful Sun Staff, an ancient alien artifact that in the wrong hands will alter the course of human history. With the clock ticking, Jack must find and rescue the shaman before sinister forces get to him first. When Jack comes face-to-face with his equal—a stunningly beautiful NSA agent—he wonders if he can still pull the trigger and save his mission...even if the decision costs him his very soul.From bestselling author Richard Phillips comes a globe-spanning sci-fi thriller series with a twist...culminating in the cataclysmic events that set the stage for the Rho Agenda.

30 review for Dead Wrong

  1. 4 out of 5

    Trish R.

    This was just as exciting as Once Dead. I mean, Jack killed so many bad guys and then when Janet joined him they just went nuts with the killing. Not that they didn’t deserve dying. They were all neo-Nazis, looking to take over the world, again. And Anchanchu the mind worm is still inside Jack’s brain, trying to take over and make Jack a mindless killer. Wow, and Jack got so close to getting rid of Anchanchu. BUT it was a choice of getting rid of him or Jack and Janet dying in an explosion. This This was just as exciting as Once Dead. I mean, Jack killed so many bad guys and then when Janet joined him they just went nuts with the killing. Not that they didn’t deserve dying. They were all neo-Nazis, looking to take over the world, again. And Anchanchu the mind worm is still inside Jack’s brain, trying to take over and make Jack a mindless killer. Wow, and Jack got so close to getting rid of Anchanchu. BUT it was a choice of getting rid of him or Jack and Janet dying in an explosion. This story was about something called the Incan Sun Staff that needed to be inserted back into its alter and it would bring forth the old Gods that were said to have come from a different world. And if it hadn’t been for the Shaman Tupac it might have worked. The battle inside and outside where the alter was housed was so exciting; all the killing and Jack losing his ability to focus because of memories of dreams and Anchanchu trying to convince Jack to destroy the Sun Staff so it wouldn’t split their connection, and Janet thinking was suddenly suicidal. The bad guys, Conrad Altmann and Dolf were really, really bad. And then there was the shocker concerning his daughter that blew me away. That was a serious twist. The good guys, Admiral Riles and Levi were awesome. There was a little swearing, not enough if you ask me. No sex. As to the narration: MacLeod Andrews was just wonderful. Not only his voices and emotions but in the really long and confusing names of streets and roads and towns in other countries that you just knew were pronounced perfectly and not stumbled over. Awesome narration.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Koeur

    http://koeur.wordpress.com/2014/12/08... Publisher: 47 North Publishing Date: January 2015 ISBN: 9781477825532 Genre: Fantasy Rating: 3.0/5 Publisher Description: Ex-CIA assassin Jack Gregory has been hired for a singular mission: to journey to South America and rescue an imprisoned shaman. Beloved by the struggling masses and feared by the ruling elite, shaman Tupac Inti is destined to unite Bolivia’s indigenous people and bring down the corrupt government. But Jack isn’t the only one trying to tra http://koeur.wordpress.com/2014/12/08... Publisher: 47 North Publishing Date: January 2015 ISBN: 9781477825532 Genre: Fantasy Rating: 3.0/5 Publisher Description: Ex-CIA assassin Jack Gregory has been hired for a singular mission: to journey to South America and rescue an imprisoned shaman. Beloved by the struggling masses and feared by the ruling elite, shaman Tupac Inti is destined to unite Bolivia’s indigenous people and bring down the corrupt government. But Jack isn’t the only one trying to track down the shaman. For only Tupac knows the location of the immeasurably powerful Sun Staff, and both the National Security Agency and neo-Nazis are hot on his trail…and neither group plans to let him live. Review: Well Jack is back doing jobs that pay well into Cayman accounts and venting his super human skills with a mind worm fastened to his limbic system. Did I get that right? Janet comes along for the ride as well (snickering) only this time she is playing the long game (still snickering) where she has to pretend she’s a neo-Nazi torturer with a dancers body….”OH THE HUMANITY!!!”. I rated the first novel in this series pretty high, which was surprising when you read it. The errors in logic, the un-believability of, well, everything that the RIPPER DOES….er…..is doing ….um, MUAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!. Take for instance Janet that is oh so hot, deadly, fast and lithe (all at once) who is able to kick a 7 foot tall psycho albino henchmen’s (insert cliché here) ass, with just her naked body (voluntarily strips). I would laugh but I think the author is serious about getting a movie deal and who am I to trample dreams? The novel starts out in prison where Jack, with red eyes glowing, takes out 4-6 neo-Nazi jail birds by generally rending flesh, popping eye balls and crushing skulls in less than a minute. Why? Because he’s da RIPPER! MUAHAHAHAHA!!!! And of course we all hate Nazis so its a win win in terms of vile retribution. Jack and Jill….er Janet eventually hook up and as in the first novel, there is a spy within the upper ranks of the NSA that expedites the novel to its conclusion in a most convenient fashion. Deus X to the rescue! Ho hum. This novel is a “have no worries” kind of novel. It is glutted with action scenarios that showcase Jack and Janet’s skill as operatives in a make believe world set in Bolivia. Just read it, enjoy it and forget the absurdity of it all.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Ryan

    The second of the Rho Agenda prequels centres around a very powerful and ancient Incan artefact known as the Sun Staff, formerly held by Pizzaro after conquering the Incan empire hundreds of years ago, now being hunted for the mystical and alien powers it’s believed to possess. Tupac Inti, a shaman in the Quechua tribe, is currently in Palmasola prison, Bolivia. Only he knows the whereabouts of the Sun Staff. Jack Gregory has been hired to keep Tupac alive and out of the hands of an evil group of The second of the Rho Agenda prequels centres around a very powerful and ancient Incan artefact known as the Sun Staff, formerly held by Pizzaro after conquering the Incan empire hundreds of years ago, now being hunted for the mystical and alien powers it’s believed to possess. Tupac Inti, a shaman in the Quechua tribe, is currently in Palmasola prison, Bolivia. Only he knows the whereabouts of the Sun Staff. Jack Gregory has been hired to keep Tupac alive and out of the hands of an evil group of Neo-Nazis led by Conrad Altmann, the bastard son of Klaus Barbie, who needs Tupac in order to gain control of the Sun Staff. Barbie realised the Sun Staff had mystical power and had managed to return the artefact to Bolivia. Now Altmann was about to lay claim to the reality. Janet Price is employed by the NSA and accountable to Admiral Jonathan Riles, who has been working towards the opportunity to study the Sun Staff for the last three years, although he doesn’t subscribe to the theory claiming the activation of the Sun Staff will be the catalyst to bring a master race back to earth. Janet’s assignment is to get to Tupac Inti before Jack. Jack is slowly succumbing more and more to the entity known as Anchanchu, and understanding more of it’s interaction with human hosts makes it vital that Jack controls Anchanchu rather than the other way around. Jack is no stranger to dreams of a past not his own but now vivid waking visions plague him, of memories that also aren’t his, about Pizzaro and the Sun Staff. They give his mission a new meaning when he realises what they imply. It’s more than just a job to Jack now, it’s a matter of survival. Can Jack free himself from the being that controls his mind and wants to kill him? The ever more violent emotions Anchanchu evokes in Jack threaten his state of mind. The characters, and Jack and Janet’s relationship, continue to develop as more of their back story is revealed, along with an extraordinary and well thought through storyline full of action, suspense, Neo-Nazis and corrupt officials. The writing is descriptive, detailed and powerful and it’s really a confirmation of that writing, and narration, that I was totally engaged in the story. And again, each short and compelling chapter is from different characters’ perspectives, which works extremely well. I always enjoy MacLeod Andrews’ excellent, and wonderfully voiced, narrations and I’m looking forward to the third instalment to see how it all plays out and ties in with the Second Ship.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Liezl Ruiz

    Dead Wrong is a highly suspenseful book that moves along at a faster pace than the previous book, Once Dead. While the first half felt like watching your usual action film involving the CIA (NSA for this one), the second is like watching an Indiana Jones film. Reviewed on: zirev.com It is riveting especially when it involves a mysterious artifact that is wound with fractal patterns on its length that form a complex function for which scientists at NSA are compelled to find solutions to. Just how w Dead Wrong is a highly suspenseful book that moves along at a faster pace than the previous book, Once Dead. While the first half felt like watching your usual action film involving the CIA (NSA for this one), the second is like watching an Indiana Jones film. Reviewed on: zirev.com It is riveting especially when it involves a mysterious artifact that is wound with fractal patterns on its length that form a complex function for which scientists at NSA are compelled to find solutions to. Just how was it possible for native people to build such a thing with complex mechanisms? Uhm, that is riveting on my part, but for you, it's the general air of mystery. Richard Phillips is one of the most respectful-towards-women-intelligent-men there is, just some pegs below George R.R. Martin. He offered us Janet Price in Once Dead as a deadly amazing woman, at the top of her game as NSA's top agent. In Dead Wrong, she's more amazing than ever and her claws had gotten sharper than before. I love Jack Gregory just by the prologue of the first book, Once Dead. But in this sequel, it feels to me as if he's overshadowed by Janet Price. Maybe it has something to do with the primitive ways that Jack has resorted to to do his own operations as a mercenary whereas Janet is backed by the NSA with their complex computers, top analysts and seemingly limitless security budget. That and the fact that the mind worm (Anchanchu) has taken much control over Jack when it thinks that its interest is threatened. Boy was I whiplashed by Janet's ferocity when a giant albino tried to assault her in a dungeon cell in all of her glory, sans her clothes and in contrast, been disappointed with Jack's loss of control at a critical moment that could have ended his life. For this reason, I felt like I'm the one embarrassed for Jack before Janet's eyes. I'm amused by the author's movie references—from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid to Dr. "Bones" McCoy of Star Trek. But I'm more amused with the exclusivity of Rho Agenda Inception's villains to the German nationality. On the first book, it was all about Germany's ability to produce proficient physicists. Here, it finally touched on the common stereotype, the Nazis. The villian is Conrad Altmann, the only heir of a pertinent Nazi officer, Klaus Barbie (used by the Americans to infiltrate various Intelligence Agencies), and is now the godfather of the neo-Nazi party. But then of course, Barbie also infiltrated the very group that hired him and he passed his brilliance, knowledge and skills to his bastard son. Not only did Conrad inherited his father's traits, he also inherited an artifact, the value of which was overlooked by Hitler, The Goldern Orb, when reunited with the Silver Staff to form the Sun Staff is believed to be able to resurrect the Incan Empire (like calling forth aliens to reunite the master race). You can just imagine what empire Conrad is trying to build. Bringing us to an ancient territory, the seat of the Quechuan people with its historical value, I think I love this book better than the first despite being seemingly predictable (if you watch too much Indiana Jones). It has something to do with a touch of sentimentality and awe with the ancients, not to mention the curiosity of the existence of aliens. Because the author himself is a well-decorated person (a Physicist and an Army Ranger), you can feel the authenticity of anything military and scientific written in the book despite being totally fictitious. Richard Phillips knows his domains so well and it reflects in the delivery of his writing. Dead Wrong is an excellent read and it's not necessary to read the first book to get into the world of Jack Gregory as this book is written in such a way that you'd completely comprehend Jack's situation. Yes, I just put the emphasis there. If you love action, mystery, suspense, a yummy agent, with a light touch of romance or the lack thereof, then this book is worth your while.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Melinda

    Good but not as Good as the First Rho Agenda I think Jack Gregory, Super Spy is a fantastic character. Burdened by his parasite, he must force control over his impulses and emotions or the parasite will take control of him. Jack can shoot better, further and more accurately than anyone than Janet Price, his female Super Spy counterpart and romantic interest. In this book, they work opposite ends of a job. He works for a Jewish Senator in Bolivia to free a native Shaman from prison. Janet is in de Good but not as Good as the First Rho Agenda I think Jack Gregory, Super Spy is a fantastic character. Burdened by his parasite, he must force control over his impulses and emotions or the parasite will take control of him. Jack can shoot better, further and more accurately than anyone than Janet Price, his female Super Spy counterpart and romantic interest. In this book, they work opposite ends of a job. He works for a Jewish Senator in Bolivia to free a native Shaman from prison. Janet is in deep cover with the Neo-nazis to grab the same Shaman and find the silver staff, for which the Nazi's have the Sun Staff Orb. The NSA is trying to break the Orb's code, as it is made of moveable rings with equations on the edges. Once the code is broken, Janet has plans to keep everything out of Nazi hands, but you know what they say about plans? Jack and Janet come face to face a number of times, and the outcome is not predictable. While they still have feelings for each other, Janet may be forced to try and kill Jack if circumstances force her to eliminate him. She may be the only person on the planet who knows him well enough to have a shot at it. This book had a lot more down time than action, discussing character frustration, many failures on both sides, and the ending is ambiguous. This is why I gave it three stars instead of four. The first fifteen percent starts off strong, the middle seventy percent was slow, as we transition between the NSA, Jack's safe house, and Conrad Altmann's estate in the mountains. The Last fifteen percent get going again once the location of the silver staff is found. Richard Phillips can clearly write well, and his character development skills are top notch, even though the characters are superior in almost every category - it does make a thriller more exciting. He is a master of action as well as setting a scene and providing the proper ambiance. The book was still good. Not painful to read. I am hoping the third book is more like the first.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nichole ~Bookaholic~

    I loved this second installment of the Rho Agenda Prequels, Jack is one of my favorite characters and I really like how we get to see how he becomes who he is with the prequels. I also love the audio versions and will be doing a re-read via audiobook on this one soon, the narrator on this series does a great job. The writing just sucks you in, my intention had been to read this over the course of 3 or 4 days and I finished it in a day, I could not bring myself to put the book down. Can't wait for I loved this second installment of the Rho Agenda Prequels, Jack is one of my favorite characters and I really like how we get to see how he becomes who he is with the prequels. I also love the audio versions and will be doing a re-read via audiobook on this one soon, the narrator on this series does a great job. The writing just sucks you in, my intention had been to read this over the course of 3 or 4 days and I finished it in a day, I could not bring myself to put the book down. Can't wait for the next installment! E-book provided by Author in exchange for an honest review

  7. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    Definitely more in the science fiction/fantasy line than the first in the series, although the first certainly had elements of it. I am finding Jack Gregory and Janet Price much more interesting as the series continues. For example, Jack is not always fool-proof in this one. He makes mistakes. And Janet has a more active role in the fighting. Also, Janet has doubts about Jack for the first time, although they appear to be going to work together (officially, at least) now. Before, Janet and Jack Definitely more in the science fiction/fantasy line than the first in the series, although the first certainly had elements of it. I am finding Jack Gregory and Janet Price much more interesting as the series continues. For example, Jack is not always fool-proof in this one. He makes mistakes. And Janet has a more active role in the fighting. Also, Janet has doubts about Jack for the first time, although they appear to be going to work together (officially, at least) now. Before, Janet and Jack were not always on the same side but worked together well anyway. Looking forward to the next in the series when I hope some of the open issues are resolved. I really liked Tupac Inti and was less than thrilled with the ending of this book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jeff R Hawkins

    Starting to come together. This second book of the second trilogy begins to pull together the pieces that I imagine will connect the underlying, "big picture" background of this trilogy with those of the first trilogy. I expect that the next book will place Jack's mind worm, Anchanchu, into its galactic context. Although there is no hint of it here, I wonder if it's somehow related to the fourth headset from the second ship. (Pure speculation on my part). I read this book quickly because I was to Starting to come together. This second book of the second trilogy begins to pull together the pieces that I imagine will connect the underlying, "big picture" background of this trilogy with those of the first trilogy. I expect that the next book will place Jack's mind worm, Anchanchu, into its galactic context. Although there is no hint of it here, I wonder if it's somehow related to the fourth headset from the second ship. (Pure speculation on my part). I read this book quickly because I was too fascinated to put it down. Eagerly anticipating book 3, and I am glad I don't have to wait.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Emily G. Seanez

    This is another awesome book settling the stage for the next series. I read the second series first, before I found this one. I loudly proclaimed that series was for young adult readers. This series seems seems to be written for older people. I have enjoyed all the ones I have read so it doesn't matter what age group(s) they are intended for.

  10. 5 out of 5

    John

    This is an interesting prequel to the RHO AGENDA trilogy. A lot of action, centered around an artifact known as the "Sun Staff". The development of the characters and their interaction bodes well for future books in the series.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Fred Wagner

    More of a 4-1/2 but an upgrade since "downgraded" the previous book in the series. Quite enjoyed this novel. Actually had something resembling a sci-fi foundation though still relied very heavily upon the action-adventure / thriller genre. In this instance, however, the means to representing this literarily was done much better than prior. Also, and perhaps this is personal for me (though if I had been able to keep my mouth shut early in WWII and prior the SS and Hitler would've considered me pa More of a 4-1/2 but an upgrade since "downgraded" the previous book in the series. Quite enjoyed this novel. Actually had something resembling a sci-fi foundation though still relied very heavily upon the action-adventure / thriller genre. In this instance, however, the means to representing this literarily was done much better than prior. Also, and perhaps this is personal for me (though if I had been able to keep my mouth shut early in WWII and prior the SS and Hitler would've considered me part of the master race by basic accounts and whatnot) as neo-nazis and such hateful insanity is something I find intolerable and relished the devastation inflicted upon such persons and their group in this book. This is especially so since the insanity in Charlottesville, VA this year and our so-called president's f**ked up response to the entire thing. Racist asshole!! Can't wait to see how he embarrasses our country in the Winter Olympics this year. Just another 25 days I believe. For any British readers of this review, god bless your queen for not tolerating our potus's bullshit and making this POS wholly "unwelcome".

  12. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    so far the series is keeping great pace with its predecessor books. The writing is detailed and focused on a good storytelling craft. the descriptions of the tactical narrative is fairly accurate with loads of supporting and tactic. The characters are believable and being more of the origins of jack and Janet for the future Rho books you really start to get a better picture of whats to come. I liked it quite well, crunched it out really fast but thankfully there are more books to follow on with. so far the series is keeping great pace with its predecessor books. The writing is detailed and focused on a good storytelling craft. the descriptions of the tactical narrative is fairly accurate with loads of supporting and tactic. The characters are believable and being more of the origins of jack and Janet for the future Rho books you really start to get a better picture of whats to come. I liked it quite well, crunched it out really fast but thankfully there are more books to follow on with. Jack is an interesting character, but I'm still not sure who is more deadly is it Jack or is it Janet? Admiral Rhiles is a typical persona of one of those higher level commanders in the military, but the NSA and how they seem to operate in the story is an interesting concept. the fact that the lead into the next book is well introduced in this one

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sean

    Good to okay There was some good action. Pretty good story. The attraction between the 2 main characters was cooll, but that cooled by the end. The staff assembly at the end was anti climactic. I wanted to see something magical happen. The rest of the final battle was good to okay. I wish they fought they're way out instead of being rescued. There were some goofy location names. Cochibamba? The villains lair sounded like a reggae dance. Next time try a sinister city name. This story felt a little Good to okay There was some good action. Pretty good story. The attraction between the 2 main characters was cooll, but that cooled by the end. The staff assembly at the end was anti climactic. I wanted to see something magical happen. The rest of the final battle was good to okay. I wish they fought they're way out instead of being rescued. There were some goofy location names. Cochibamba? The villains lair sounded like a reggae dance. Next time try a sinister city name. This story felt a little rushed.

  14. 4 out of 5

    BridgetT

    So unexpectedly good! A few days ago I started the RHO AGENDA 'The Second Ship'. But halfway through I discovered it was book #4 of the RHO triple trilogy series. Even though The Second Ship had me totally engrossed, I decided to bookmark it until I read (listened to) the prequel trilogy. SO GLAD I DID. What a thriller ride. Jack and Janet--such an explosive team. (In every sense of the word) Government conspiracies. An alien? I could go on and on. But - Now on to RHO #3. Then back to the kids I met i So unexpectedly good! A few days ago I started the RHO AGENDA 'The Second Ship'. But halfway through I discovered it was book #4 of the RHO triple trilogy series. Even though The Second Ship had me totally engrossed, I decided to bookmark it until I read (listened to) the prequel trilogy. SO GLAD I DID. What a thriller ride. Jack and Janet--such an explosive team. (In every sense of the word) Government conspiracies. An alien? I could go on and on. But - Now on to RHO #3. Then back to the kids I met in book #4 BTW, the narration was exceptional!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Diane Johnson

    So far this is my least favorite Rho Agenda book by far (this is the fifth one I have read in the last two weeks). The combination of Nazis (not again!), mysticism, way too many descriptions of torture, and the entire chapters that were cut-and-pasted from Once Dead, made it much less fun to read than any of the other books. I am hoping that this is not a sign that the author has run out of ideas. And Richard Phillips, what is your obsession with showers and baths? I swear the characters in all y So far this is my least favorite Rho Agenda book by far (this is the fifth one I have read in the last two weeks). The combination of Nazis (not again!), mysticism, way too many descriptions of torture, and the entire chapters that were cut-and-pasted from Once Dead, made it much less fun to read than any of the other books. I am hoping that this is not a sign that the author has run out of ideas. And Richard Phillips, what is your obsession with showers and baths? I swear the characters in all your books spend 50% of their time washing.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Carey

    Just as exciting as the first book. More of what you've come to expect from Richard Philips. The back stories of Jack, Janet, and most of the support characters from the Rho Agenda series provides good character insight. However, the neo-Nazi/Sun Staff/Golden orb storyline was a little uneven in my opinion and somewhat underdeveloped but still an enjoyable Jack "the Ripper" Gregory romp nonetheless.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dave T

    Another great story in the trilogy. In this trilogy the author appears to have written each story as a separate entity with no clear lead in to something to follow. I appreciate that because they can be read as individual novels. These books are so intense and so well written that I plan on reading all of them.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Laurence Brockman

    Small tweaks The only reason this didn’t get a four or five star rating from me was due to the amount of cut and paste from book one. Similar character introductions or topics were almost cut from book one verbatim. As a reader of book one, it came across as lazy to have the same language pasted into book two. I would have loved to see slight differences, summarization, etc.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tommy Mills

    Exceeds in every way Jack "the Ripper" Gregory and Janet Alexandria Price are back in action. This time they find themselves on opposite sides; Janet trying to prevent Jack from unknowingly screwing up an NSA mission. There's so many twists and the pace is breathtaking. Loved every breakneck minute of the ride.

  20. 5 out of 5

    June Finnigan

    Again, I need time to think about reviewing this brilliant book! I want to complete the series before writing,what will be a five star review. Richard takes my breath away with his incredible imagination and graphic imagery. June Finnigan - Writer

  21. 4 out of 5

    SamGH

    Great Read! 3rd book I’ve read with these characters, accidentally read 1st book of Rho agenda “The second ship” first... this Author keeps me wanting more, lucky for me he has lots of books! Happy times for me!!!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Robert Keefer

    Jack "The Ripper" Gregory saves the world again, but much differently than the first book in this prequel trilogy. Also sets up the third volume, as we wonder how Jack will get together with Janet (which will happen, as seen in the Rho Agenda trilogy).

  23. 4 out of 5

    Derek Vice

    A fun addition to the series Fun, easy reading with some interesting ideas. If you are on book two of the prequel trilogy you probably don’t need to know much except that if you enjoyed the others you’ll enjoy this one.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Peter WOOD

    Our male and female marauding do-gooders continue on their world saving adventures. Their life-work balance is deteriorating as less sex is replaced by more killing. Mostly a thrilling adventure with some fantasy and even some sci-fi thrown in. Off to read #3.

  25. 4 out of 5

    John R. Goyer

    Book two of this series did not disappoint - both books have been close to perfect for my taste and mood I guess. I'm completely loving the characters and stories, and the endings have been just the right pace and closure to leave me satisfied. Good stuff - highly recommended!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Handley

    a bit too much detail and violence for my general reading interest. however, i am somewhat hooked to learn what happens next.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Michael Shanks

    5 stars OUTSTANDING 2nd prequel to Rho Angela trilogy Can't wait to start final book to this trilogy Highly recommend Top knotch as all have been

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kenneth Potts

    A terrific continuation of the first story. I can’t wait to read the third and last book in this series.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Anthony Jones

    Jack is becoming one of my favorite characters to read aboutkeeps me wondering how he's going to continue to deal with his little ride along partner

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sing

    I have read the complete series and liked them all. I rated all the books a 4 or 5 stars. I would recommend the series especially to a YA audience.

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