AGENT G’s first three novels have been assembled into a single large volume! remains one of my favorite creations and remains up there with the Supervillainy Saga and the Bright Falls Mysteries. I absolutely love cyberpunk and spy fiction, both genres that you wouldn’t necessarily think would go together but which I managed to merge into a beautiful Frankenstein’s monster more borged out than its titular protagonist.
I’m pleased to say that Crossroad Press has assembled the first three novels of the series into one single awesome volume. I think that Agent G actually works better as reading it as one large 600 page book rather than three individual volumes. The exception being if you like audiobooks, in which case I strongly recommend you check out Jeffrey Kafer’s narrated versions.
FROM THE BEST-SELLING AUTHOR OF THE SUPERVILLAINY SAGA:
“Black Technology has made murder a billion dollar industry.”
The International Refugee Society has twenty-six cybernetically enhanced “Letters,” and for the right price, they’ll eliminate anyone. They’ve given up their families and their memories for ten years of service with the promise of a life of luxury awaiting them.
Agent G is one of these “Letters,” but clues to his past are starting to emerge while he’s on a dangerous mission to infiltrate the Society’s most dangerous competitor. In the midst of all the violence, subterfuge, and deceit, he’ll need to keep his wits about him and trust sparingly.
After all if an organization will kill for money, what would they do to keep the truth hidden?
The Agent G Omnibus contains the first three volumes of the Agent G series (Infiltrator, Saboteur, and Assassin). Follow G as he slowly unravels the truth of his past, the conspiracy behind the International Refugee Society, and his allies. The Agent G series follows the transformation of our present-day world into a terrifying cyberpunk future as man merges with machine.
“Agent G is a quick-paced spy novel full of gadgets and violence.” -Audiobook Reviewer
“Agent’s G’s sex appeal is written all over him with his competency and focus.” – Dab of Darkness
“More than just two dimensional cardboard cutout stereotypes of spies, assassins and villains.” – The Bookwyrm Speaks
“Especially want to learn where G goes from here.” – Hotlistens.com
“A mix of Bond and Hitman.” – The Blog Goblin