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***THE PHOENIX AGENDA IS NOT A CLIFFHANGER! *** The Declaration of Independence states – all men are created equal, have unalienable rights of Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. Under absolute despotism, it is their right - it is their duty, to throw off such a Government, and to provide new guards for their future security. It is the right of the people to alter o ***THE PHOENIX AGENDA IS NOT A CLIFFHANGER! *** The Declaration of Independence states – all men are created equal, have unalienable rights of Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. Under absolute despotism, it is their right - it is their duty, to throw off such a Government, and to provide new guards for their future security. It is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government. A second War of Independence, this time not only for the liberation of the United States but the entire world. ABOUT THE PHOENIX AGENDA is a full-length novel, a stimulating dystopian techno-thriller. This is the 6th book in JC Ryan’s Rossler Foundation Mysteries which began with The Tenth Cycle followed by Ninth Cycle Antarctica, Genetic Bullets, The Sword of Cyrus and The Skywalkers. THE PHOENIX AGENDA is Book 6 in the Rossler Foundation Series. BOOKS IN THE ROSSLER FOUNDATION MYSTERIES The Tenth Cycle -


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***THE PHOENIX AGENDA IS NOT A CLIFFHANGER! *** The Declaration of Independence states – all men are created equal, have unalienable rights of Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. Under absolute despotism, it is their right - it is their duty, to throw off such a Government, and to provide new guards for their future security. It is the right of the people to alter o ***THE PHOENIX AGENDA IS NOT A CLIFFHANGER! *** The Declaration of Independence states – all men are created equal, have unalienable rights of Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. Under absolute despotism, it is their right - it is their duty, to throw off such a Government, and to provide new guards for their future security. It is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government. A second War of Independence, this time not only for the liberation of the United States but the entire world. ABOUT THE PHOENIX AGENDA is a full-length novel, a stimulating dystopian techno-thriller. This is the 6th book in JC Ryan’s Rossler Foundation Mysteries which began with The Tenth Cycle followed by Ninth Cycle Antarctica, Genetic Bullets, The Sword of Cyrus and The Skywalkers. THE PHOENIX AGENDA is Book 6 in the Rossler Foundation Series. BOOKS IN THE ROSSLER FOUNDATION MYSTERIES The Tenth Cycle -

30 review for The Phoenix Agenda

  1. 5 out of 5

    Susan Fox

    Fantastic I finished the entire series and the 5 stars are for them all together. They were all well written and edited. There are some parts better than others but never once did I come close to putting them down. I laughed and cried as the adventure never stopped. The characters were believable as were the overall plotting and developing. I have read thousands of books and the Rossler saga is in my top 5.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Satrajit Sanyal

    First I have an apology for part of my last review of the Rossler series "Skywalkers" I have been of the opinion and still am that books in a series should be able to stand alone while causing you to want to read the next book as it comes out. "Skywalkers " left me hanging and HAVING to read the next book to find out what happened. I am still not happy with cliff hangers but see why "Phoenix Agenda" had to be a second book. The length of combining the two would have created a book not many would First I have an apology for part of my last review of the Rossler series "Skywalkers" I have been of the opinion and still am that books in a series should be able to stand alone while causing you to want to read the next book as it comes out. "Skywalkers " left me hanging and HAVING to read the next book to find out what happened. I am still not happy with cliff hangers but see why "Phoenix Agenda" had to be a second book. The length of combining the two would have created a book not many would want to tackle. There is so much time and information covered in "Phoenix Agenda" that I found myself having to come up for air. The author often jumped weeks or months into the future and I had to read carefully to make sure I did not miss the jump. The story was full of action as well as brain power. I could see this in my mind's eye as a series on TV. All my favorite people in the previous 5 books came together in one place and learned to interact with each other. The weakness of this book is that it follows 5 jam packed books. If you have already read them you understand the dynamics of this book. If not, you might get lost. I started with books 3 & 4 but had to go back and read 1 & 2 to really appreciate the message. If you are thinking of starting on this book I would caution against it and see if you can get all six books and then read them in order ( or at least read "Skywalkers" )

  3. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    This follows straight on from the cliffhanger ending in The Skywalkers - desperate to know what happened next I dived straight into The Phoenix Agenda, and was immediately plunged into the chaos of the battle for humanity. A second war of independence indeed. Determined not to succumb to the megalomaniac who wants to take over the world, the Rossler Foundation team withdraw, regroup and figure out a way to fight back... and how! Like the Phoenix, civilisation has to be reborn from the ashes of t This follows straight on from the cliffhanger ending in The Skywalkers - desperate to know what happened next I dived straight into The Phoenix Agenda, and was immediately plunged into the chaos of the battle for humanity. A second war of independence indeed. Determined not to succumb to the megalomaniac who wants to take over the world, the Rossler Foundation team withdraw, regroup and figure out a way to fight back... and how! Like the Phoenix, civilisation has to be reborn from the ashes of the despotic control enforced on humanity. It's tough, it's dangerous, it has to be done, and only Daniel Rossler and his team can do it. Can they succeed? Read the book and find out!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lorraine

    ANOTHER AWESOME READ!! This book, is so captivating, that it was extremely hard to put down! An EPIC story, start to finish, as the Rossler group try to save the world, from a VERY evil man. Special Opps, with different jobs to compete. Especially a way to stop the evil implants, that have been put in people everywhere, around the world. I have say, that I've been totally addicted to these books! A MUST READ SERIES OF BOOKS!! ANOTHER AWESOME READ!! This book, is so captivating, that it was extremely hard to put down! An EPIC story, start to finish, as the Rossler group try to save the world, from a VERY evil man. Special Opps, with different jobs to compete. Especially a way to stop the evil implants, that have been put in people everywhere, around the world. I have say, that I've been totally addicted to these books! A MUST READ SERIES OF BOOKS!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Michael Wood

    Wonderful Dystopian Adventure/Thriller Novel Much better than the previous two books, in my opinion, Ryan is once again at the top of his game. The struggles for power and the struggle for world wide freedom and liberty come to a compelling climax (Although greedy and power-hungry people seem to be everywhere. ). Ins the end, this struggle seems to take an unexpected turn. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AS BOTH AN INDIVIDUAL BOOK AND AS A SERIES...

  6. 5 out of 5

    Anne Wingate

    A Work for the Ages Science fiction readers call Heinlein the master. He has been surpassed and even he would admit it. But this series --and you must start with the first book --is not just science fiction. It is also a grand look into the human heart and spirit. It will inspire you are the utmost greatness that is within you, as you watch the growth of Daniel Rossler and those who gather around him.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn

    A Rossler Great The many concepts that J C Ryan has created and shattered cover so many of the murdurous states and enemies of today. And sadly he shows the gullibility of current humanity...we are living it now ....watching id distubing, reading confirmation as to what should be scifi and knowing we such power groups in reality brings so many tears.

  8. 4 out of 5

    wayne peters

    The Phoenix Agenda Another fabulous book by J.C.Ryan His books just keep getting better. All the research he does for his stories make each book in the series excellent reading. His books are a joy to read. This book like all the rest are full of suspenseful and fast moving intrigue. Keep writing and I will keep reading.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Myron Post

    Absolute Power - A Corrupting Force Ryan provides a thought provoking tale. Good and evil meet head on. Those of you who love sci-fi gadgets will have a ball. The characters are endearing and love triumphs. The storyline grabs you and rushes you to finish. Have fun

  10. 4 out of 5

    Chance

    Freedom is the right of all sentient beings The story was a Hugh improvement over the last novel do the ending felt rushed and to quick ended like story could have been expanded into another novel like a war-type scenario but overall a great novel.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Beth McGee

    Fabulous series What a fabulous series that shows the worst of mankind and the very best! The scenario played out in this series is too close to a possible reality for comfort. Our current politicians should read this series with serious thought as to where we are headed.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Guy

    No big news here As I read this On several occasions I wondered if “1984” had been rewritten for the new millennium. Some felt like looking out the window at the world we are living in. BUT, my faith in the Rosslerites proved well placed. Enjoy!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Carlin McAlister

    Great reading! I have read the entire series and enjoyed each book. JC Ryan is a excellent writer and I look forward to reading more of his books!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Masha Berman

    Great This series is amazing. It was hard to put this book down.I am looking forward to reading more of it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Paige Ellen Stone

    As I said in my review of "The Skywalkers," the previous entry into the Rossler Foundation Mystery series, my opinion was that J.C. Ryan was tiring of this series and these characters and the writing showed it. I think this, the final entry into the Rossler Saga, gives more support to that argument. Yes, it was fun watching how the Rosslers rescued all the right people and more or less oversaw the beginning of what may have been seen as a new beginning for humanity. Ryan is very creative in his vi As I said in my review of "The Skywalkers," the previous entry into the Rossler Foundation Mystery series, my opinion was that J.C. Ryan was tiring of this series and these characters and the writing showed it. I think this, the final entry into the Rossler Saga, gives more support to that argument. Yes, it was fun watching how the Rosslers rescued all the right people and more or less oversaw the beginning of what may have been seen as a new beginning for humanity. Ryan is very creative in his vision and his ideas for how the Rosslers stayed hidden, "off the grid" and pulled off the overthrow of the big bad mean narcissistic tyrannical villains are kind of fun. But, I found them fairly predictable and, again, I found the writing tired. I believe Ryan must have heaved a sigh of relief to be done with the Rossler Foundation. My guess is he was already well into writing his new books as he completed this closing volume. As I said regarding "The Skywalkers," I believe that that book and this one can be left unread and not much will be lost to the readers. Based on the way this series got started, I thought it would be a five-star, six-book serial that might take its place as a classic in speculative fiction. Since I have the Kindle editions, I can't even use these last two books as door stops. Recommended only to those obsessed with finishing what they start (this reviewer pleads guilty), but otherwise my opinion is that this is a sad ending to what had been a series full of so much promise.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Costa

    Finally! They just do not get any better than this. J. C. Ryan has triumphed again! Or perhaps I should say that ,we, the audience has. I wanted to race through this book as I have been eagerly awaiting it since his last exciting installment on the Rosslerite's latest world-saving activities. However, I forced myself to wait and savor each page as the story "worked each problem" to peel and reveal the solutions like the layers of an onion. This book was pre-ordered and did not disappoint. If I co Finally! They just do not get any better than this. J. C. Ryan has triumphed again! Or perhaps I should say that ,we, the audience has. I wanted to race through this book as I have been eagerly awaiting it since his last exciting installment on the Rosslerite's latest world-saving activities. However, I forced myself to wait and savor each page as the story "worked each problem" to peel and reveal the solutions like the layers of an onion. This book was pre-ordered and did not disappoint. If I could, I would use that Rossler "time machine" to move Mr. Ryan back in time to write the next installment so that I would not have to wait so long for our next book! Alas, I must close this book and dream about what the future holds for our next president and his family. Whatever awaits them, I know this much . . . The Rossler family and their many friends will be able to handle it. I feel the future is in very safe hands.

  17. 5 out of 5

    kay johnson

    Garbled and juvenile This book starts with the introduction of a bunch of names and bits of stories about some of the players. All of a sudden we're introduced to the "best friends" of a couple of characters as well as some wives supposedly directing the rescuers. Of course, they are rescuing guys who got shot protecting some device..all of this happens in the first couple of pages, but it's not action packed. Rather it sounds like a high school essay with very juvenile attempts at conversations Garbled and juvenile This book starts with the introduction of a bunch of names and bits of stories about some of the players. All of a sudden we're introduced to the "best friends" of a couple of characters as well as some wives supposedly directing the rescuers. Of course, they are rescuing guys who got shot protecting some device..all of this happens in the first couple of pages, but it's not action packed. Rather it sounds like a high school essay with very juvenile attempts at conversations interspersed with chatty explanatory text. Garbled introduction I couldn't get past. Don't bother with this non-thrilling book.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jim Murphy

    Absolutely magnificent! A 5 STAR RATING FOR J.C. RYAN. I read the first book in the series..incredibly well written ,suspense filled , very believable representation of human nature! And the triumphs of what a small dedicated group off people can do,and that efforts impact! I was so interested after the second book that I purchased the remaining FOUR IMMEDIATELY! Great story looking forward to more in the series! Each book in the series was a 5 STAR READ!

  19. 5 out of 5

    lucinda dee

    The Phoenix Agenda I have immensely enjoyed the unfolding of all the Rossler mystery books. This newest adventure didn't disappoint. The world is being turned upside down by a MEGA MANIAC . There is a small group of people intent on rescuing the world. JC Ryan did a great job of taking us on a wild adventure. I highly recommend his series. The Phoenix Agenda I have immensely enjoyed the unfolding of all the Rossler mystery books. This newest adventure didn't disappoint. The world is being turned upside down by a MEGA MANIAC . There is a small group of people intent on rescuing the world. JC Ryan did a great job of taking us on a wild adventure. I highly recommend his series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ruthanne Taylor

    Frightenly Good This book is terrifying as it was ripped from today's headlines. It is so well written & so well plotted that putting it down will be difficult. It is the sixth book in a series & I hope there will be many more. Mr. Ryan has not written a bad book ever been t this one is the best. Frightenly Good This book is terrifying as it was ripped from today's headlines. It is so well written & so well plotted that putting it down will be difficult. It is the sixth book in a series & I hope there will be many more. Mr. Ryan has not written a bad book ever been t this one is the best.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Red

    The series has ended. I'm so glad...and I'm so sad!!! The series has ended. I'm so glad...and I'm so sad!!!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dennis

    This is book 6 of the Rossler Foundation series and was great. I liked the entire series and would recommend it to anyone interested in SciFi/thriller stories.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Gretchen VanBonn

  24. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Dowell-butler

    incredible!

  25. 5 out of 5

    LAURA K JORDAN

  26. 5 out of 5

    Catherine

  27. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Weinberg

  28. 5 out of 5

    Henry Hayes

  29. 5 out of 5

    Maoz

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mary Toppen

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