All right Evan Smoak…you’ve got yourself in some sticky situations before. But this time, all I can say is “good luck pal!”🙈
Book six of the Orphan X series is every bit the white-knuckled, action packed romp as all its predecessors! Can’t poor Evan ever have a normal life? Maybe one that oh, I don’t know…doesn’t involves killing? Even after relinquishing his dark ops “Nowhere Man” persona he still carries the phone…just in case.
And as you probably guessed, retirement isn’t in his short term plan. And now, as he knew it would, the phone is ringing once again. And this time it’s as personal as it can get.
If you’re a fan of this series you won’t be disappointed. All the high-wire action you’d expect. And sprinkled with a hint of possible romance for all of you who want to see Evan explore love. Or is that just me💁🏻♀️
To give you the best reading experience, I recommend starting at the beginning of the series. Although the author does provide enough background detail that it can certainly stand on its own.
The ending is of course a nail-biter that has me waiting impatiently for the next release! Please hurry Mr. Hurwitz!
Thank you to Minotaur Books for an ARC to read and review.
What happens when everything Evan Smoak thought he knew about himself and his past is torn asunder? In “Prodigal Son,” Evan opens up, faces the truth and takes care of his own.
This time, it’s personal.
Stunning, brilliant, heart-rending and pulse pounding this suspenseful addition to the Orphan X series delivers in a way that none of the other books in the series have so far.
This book will in fact make your eyes POP and your heart stop (just for a second though, I swear..). That my friends is a promise.
A highly entertaining buddy read with Kaceey that gave us lots to discuss.
A huge thank you goes out to Martin Quinn at Minotaur Books for the arc.
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