Orphan X

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Penguin Books, Limited, 2016 - Assassins - 480 pages
The Nowhere Man is a legendary figure spoken about only in whispers. It's said that when he's reached by the truly desperate and deserving, the Nowhere Man can and will do anything to protect and save them. But he's no legend. Evan Smoak is a man with skills, resources, and a personal mission to help those with nowhere else to turn. He's also a man with a dangerous past. Chosen as a child, he was raised and trained as part of the off-the-books black box Orphan program, designed to create the perfect deniable intelligence assets--i.e. assassins. He was Orphan X. Evan broke with the program, using everything he learned to disappear. Now, however, someone is on his tail. Someone with similar skills and training. Someone who knows Orphan X. Someone who is getting closer and closer.

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User Review  - andsoitgoes - LibraryThing

Good enough to listen to in the car because if you got distracted you didn't miss much. Probably won't continue the series as I didn't really care that much for the main character or the big holes in the story line such as where does his unlimited wealth come from??? Read full review

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User Review  - amcheri - LibraryThing

I'd go 3.5 if I could. This was a pretty dang enjoyable book. It was no more believable than a Hollywood action flick but just as fun. We have our emotionally damaged super assassin who helps those ... Read full review

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About the author (2016)

Gregg Hurwitz is the No. 1 Sunday Times bestselling author of the Evan Smoak thrillers Orphan X, The Nowhere Man, Hellbent, Out of the Dark, Into the Fire, and Prodigal Son. He is also the author of You're Next, The Survivor, Tell No Lies and Don't Look Back. A graduate of Harvard and Oxford universities, he lives with his family in LA, where he also writes for the screen, TV and comics.

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