The Enraged

The Enraged

by Brett Battles
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The Enraged 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
redshoesVP More than 1 year ago
I am a big fan of Brett Battles' "QUINN" series. Once you start page one you will not put your book/nook down. And they leave you wanting more Quinn stories. I have read every book and can't wait for the next QUINN. Great Job Brett Battles. 5 Gold Stars*****
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
WOW! When I start reading Brett Battles books, I just can't put them down. Loved it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I used to work at a library, one day as I was checking in books I just so happened to check in The Cleaner by Brett Battles. Needless to say, my life has never been the same. Brett Battles writing style is so cool, I was 232 pages into another book but as soon as I heard The Enraged was out I dropped it!!! If your looking for a new series with great action, intriguing plot, interesting characters, evil bad guys and smooth effortless writing, this is it. The Enraged is great. Fast paced and keeps you wanting more. I'm always sad when Mr. Battles books come to an end! Buy this book!!
birds123_74 More than 1 year ago
Very good book wish it was longer.
RedRaiderGG More than 1 year ago
Once again Brett Battles delivers!!!!
gloriafeit More than 1 year ago
This newest book in the Jonathan Quinn series (one of three Mr. Battles has authored) brings back the usual cast of characters: Nate, Quinn’s mentee and now a full-fledged cleaner himself (the job entailing discreetly cleaning up crime scenes and the occasional body after the always possible bloodshed); Quinn’s sister, Liz, now Nate’s “significant other;” their colleague, Daeng; and of course Orlando, the love of Quinn’s life, an Asian woman who is a brilliant computer hacker; Misty Blake, who had been executive assistant to Peter, the man who had headed the now defunct agency known as The Office, for which Quinn had worked; and Helen Cho, described as “head of a growing network of government [and quasi-government] security and intelligence agencies” and a close friend of Peter. Quinn shares with Helen his belief that there is a serious leak somewhere in one of the agencies under her control The last book in the series, “The Collected,” was a tale of “kidnapping and torture and murder and escape,” ending in a cliff-hanger in northeastern Mexico where the reader doesn’t know who has lived and who has not. “The Enraged” is a tale of what happens next, when the survivors determine to find out who it was who had had them targeted and wanted them all dead, nearly succeeding in that directive. This time it is all about preventing their unknown enemy from succeeding in what appears the primary objective: to let the past “stay where it was supposed to.” The excellent plotting takes Quinn and company, as is par for the course, to a variety of settings: San Francisco, Seattle and, primarily, the DC/Virginia areas in the US, as well as Zurich, Switzerland and that northeastern Mexico site introduced in the previous novel. There is a full quotient of suspense and surprises, and this fast-paced novel is highly recommended. (I also have to mention that I loved the author’s tip of the hat to John Coltrane and his music.)
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Another great book by Brett Battles. This book immediately picked up where The Collected left off. The suspense was once again well paced and the humor was kicked up a tad bit. I could not nor did I want to put this book down. I would definitely want Jonathan Quinn in my corner if the need ever arose. Kudos Mr. Battles, I hope that there will be a follow-up to The Enraged.
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