Time and space won't stop Seth Langdon from eliminating his target...
In the year 2040, futuristic hit man Seth Langdon travels the world by rifts in time, carving a successful career in murdering corrupt men and women. He's the top assassin working for the elite underground agency, Haroun.
If you've killed one scumbag, you've killed them all...
During a routine assignment in Oklahoma, Seth carries out a hit on an arms smuggler, David Bloom. But after the job is done, Seth can't shake the feeling something is very wrong. He's left haunted by the memory, but what made Bloom so different than Seth's other targets?
Then his next assignment rolls in...
After a coveted promotion, Seth becomes an Expult agent-an assassin with the freedom and rights to eliminate specific targets. For his first official hit with the new job title, he's ordered to kill animal activist Terra Bloom, daughter of David Bloom. Regardless of Seth's guilt over killing her father, she's just another target...or is she?
Seth's moral compass spins out of control as inner struggles clash with his dedication to the job. When his decisions leads to tragic consequences, Seth and Terra embark on a journey, fleeing from the very organisation Seth dedicated his life to.
When a trained killer falls for his mark, he'll use every resource to protect her-even if he's deemed a Rogue Agent.
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.61(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I was given a free copy in return for an HONEST Review Rogue Agent, is a thriller set in the not too distant future. The scenes are gritty and dark and the action is nonstop. The characters are fully fleshed out and I can picture each one very clearly. I liked that Seth wasn’t an obvious good guy in the beginning of the story. It took a lot for him to turn things around and I liked that it was such a big part of the novel. Terra is also a character that sees a lot of development and growth as well. She starts out as a spoiled social justice do gooder and evolves into a strong and capable character of her own. Just when you think you have this story figured out, Wallace throws in a plot twist out of left field. It definitely makes you stop for a second and say “What the Hell”, but roll with it, it’s worth it.