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    Reviews - Fear Agent - TPB vol. 02

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Sci-Fi Action! - Uthor
If you thought the first book was crazy, what with all the scary monsters, the destruction of Earth, and the death of the protagonist, you will be in for a shock with this volume. The action, somehow, ratches up a notch. The sci-fi elements stay light and breezey (Spaceships! Rocket Packs! Ray Guns!). There is a little bit more back story filled in. And, unexpectedly, the story takes an emotional turn which invests the reader into the characters themselves and not just the crazy, fun, sci-fi action.

Did I say "crazy" "sci-fi" enough times?




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