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Agent G: Saboteur

Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
Length: 6 hrs and 30 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (39 ratings)
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From the best-selling author of the Supervillainy Saga comes the sequel to Agent G: Infiltrator.

Agent G has left the service of the International Refugee Society, the world's biggest provider of murder for hire, in order to work for the US government. Unfortunately, they are sending him after his former employers, and they know him as well as he knows them. 

The clock is ticking, though, until the Society's remaining leadership starts eliminating their opponents and attempts to seize control of the presidency. A traitor is also providing them with all the information they need to survive until their puppet is in power.  

Will G and his allies survive the purge? 

Sometimes it doesn't pay to be a cyborg spy.

©2018 Charles Phipps (P)2018 Amber Cove Publishing

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Professional Hitmen Never Retire!

The time has come for Agent G to leave the International Refugee Society. The most notorious murderer for hire and cyborg spy. In order to do so, and live in peace, Agent G must remove the president from her position, throw the Society into chaos and convince the other “letters,” the ones he has not killed, into joining him. Agent G’s ultimate goal is to retire and live out the rest of his short life but not before correcting some wrongs and making amends where he can.

CT Phipps continues the dangerous adventures of Agent G with new twists and villains with humor and pop culture references. The story of G flows smoothly with some intense moments that only Phipps can deliver.

Jeffrey Kafer, the narrator, performs the story with voices that are pleasant and interesting. He becomes Agent G as the puns and pop culture references roll off his tongue with no effort – it is as if he really were Agent G. Kafer has nailed the indifference, anger and every other emotion of Agent G to perfection!

This is an entertaining book that keeps the listener on the edge of their seat and guessing as to the pop culture references. The book is fun and highly entertaining.

There were no issues with the production or quality of this book. It was professionally done.


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  • Brian
  • Niagara Falls, NY
  • 11-07-18

A Fast Paced Sci-Fi Assassin Story

4.5 out of 5 stars

It’s really hard to get “Hitman” out of my head when I’m reading an Agent G book. Part of it is because of the bio-roids (spelling?) part and another part is how they are basically programmed to kill any target they are given.

But in all seriousness Saboteur feels like a love letter to the spy thriller. It combines a ton of different stories into one including Mr. and Mrs. Smith (G and S), Spy vs Spy, along with some aspect of Bond and Bourne thrown in for good measure. Shake all of these up, throw in a ton of sarcasm and wit and you have Agent G.

(This part could contain a brief spoiler) There were a few parts of Saboteur that threw me for a loop, and honestly, I can’t dive into any of them for fear of giving the plot away. But I’ll mention some hints. Brother, double-cross, and “who do you really work for?” to just name a few. I don’t think that any of them on their own will give any major things away, but I’m sorry if it spoils anything for you.

Phipps writes in all sorts of genres and each one of them feels like a love letter to that genre in a way, but these Agent G books are just so damn good. The marriage of science fiction and spy thriller really sets the Agent G series apart in my eyes. I think that the near future and black-tech in them really hit some need that I have in books. They are far enough into the future for G to be a real functioning… thing but they are still dealing with some of the same crap that we’re dealing with today. On top of that G is fighting for his life and the lives of other letters while trying to expose anyone he can in an attempt to clear up all of the bribery and hush money.

Overall, I thought that Saboteur was a blast of a story from beginning to end that kept me on the edge of my seat. Phipps wrote a story that felt real even though it was set in the future. And Kafer’s performance took it to the next level. I requested a free copy of this book from the author. It has not affected my review in any way.

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Excellent!

This is book 2 in the Agent G series. I highly recommend listening to book 1 first, which was great! Agent G is like a sci-fi James Bond. He is a highly trained assassin, but he's also not quite human. He is a cloned mind inside of a very realistic looking android body. After he leaves the International Refugee Society, he goes to work for the US government and tracks down the remaining members of the society. Great series so far and a great narration by Jeffrey Kafer.

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wonderful

it was so enjoyable I loved the first book so much and I love this book even more it's just make me want more and more and more it's this kind of series I just love it the performer was wonderful and the story was a complete Joy
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review

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Fine read

I liked this audiobook. It contained at least three genie's, that keep the story rolling along. Now for the obligatory: "I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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  • JulieM
  • Louisiana, United States
  • 02-05-19

Listen in order to get best effect

Agent G: Saboteur is the second in a series, and I jumped at the opportunity to review it. I had been introduced to the character of G in Phipps's Supervillainy series where he did a crossover to book 5, The Tournament of Supervillainy. So full disclaimers here: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. I haven't read or heard book 1.

We start right in the middle of the action with G and Marissa, who is G's love interest through most of the book. We continue with non-stop action to the very end, and perhaps because I didn't read the first book, I felt I was missing a lot. This definitely leans into cyberpunk but continues the general pop culture references that Phipps does so well. Other reviewers have called this James Bond cyberpunk, and there is a certain truth in that because the listener is never sure who is friend or foe or where the next double-cross will be coming from.

Narrator Jeffrey Kafer brings the vocal swagger that makes the character believable. Because I have listened to him with the other Phipps series, it's hard not to hear those other characters, but as a listener, the familiarity is comforting.

Definitely recommended for those who love cyberpunk and espionage tales. Do yourself a favor, though, and start with book one.

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  • Dee
  • LA
  • 02-04-19

Excellent listen!!

Although this is a standalone book, I think it's better served if you read book one first. Agent G thought he was a human in book one but in book two, he knows better. I appreciated his struggle in this book a bit more because I was there for the big reveal in book one.

This listen was an exercise in "who moved my cheese." So many people, doing so many things, with so many questionable motivations. I absolutely loved it!

The best part about this listen is the narration. Kafer can deliver a line. His performance of Agent G was flawless!!

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  • Cindy
  • Splendora, Texas USA
  • 02-02-19

Twists and turns

A little James Bond a little Orphan X. If you like those, you'll like this. A lot of twists and turns that will keep you hooked. Mr. Kafer as usual gives and excellent performance.
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Better than the first one

I really enjoyed saboteur. I can’t put my finger on why, but I thought it was better than the first one. The pace was great and the characters were solid and I found myself plowing through it at a rapid pace. Really interested to see if the series continues, based on how this book ended it could go either way.

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A great stand-alone addition to the series!

Note: Even though this is Book 2, it works just fine as a stand alone.

This was a lot of fun. Set in a near future, G is an enhanced assassin. He’s got cyber enhancements, bio enhancements, perhaps even… uh… personal private enhancements. But he also has a limited shelf life. He was created to be used and then discarded (and his realization of all that is in Book 1 but is summarized for this book in bits and pieces). The International Refugee Society (IRS) is a front for a world-controlling power-hungry gang. They’ve been successful for many years but now things are falling apart and G has enemies coming at him from every corner and perhaps even from within his small circle of allies.

The action never ends for G and Marissa Sanchez (another shady character with hidden motives). Along the way, he picks up James (who he has to convince to come over to his side where they at least have paid vacations). There’s also the AI riding around in G’s head. She has a to-do list as well and not everything on there will jive with what G wants to accomplish.

One of the things I enjoy so much about any Phipps novel is that there is usually a reference to his other works tucked in to the tale. In this novel, the term ‘bioroid’ is used, which is a reference to this Lucifer’s Star series (which is great space opera stuff). Then there’s the Supervillainy references as well (which is a great superhero/supervillain series). I love that it’s a TV show in G’s world. Ha!

The ladies are just as diverse and deadly as the men in this series, which is a thing I always love finding in spy & cyberpunk stories. One of the big baddies here is Persephone who has been running things from the shadows for some time. Coupled with Dr. Gordon and his black tech from the Karma Corp, G needs to bring his A game if he’s going to survive to the end of the book!

I was glad that we got to see Lucita Biondi again. She was key in Book 1 for bringing down the Carnivale and she’s still a player here, just not as big a part. Being transgender has brought her all kids of grief from her family, but she’s persevered. With a handgun.

The story also has plenty of references to other cyberpunk tales, including the classics. I loved this! I know I didn’t catch them all but it makes me want to go binge a bunch of cyberpunk and then come back to this series with that on my mind. Action and mayhem keep the plot moving forward even as G and others, like the AI, contemplate what it really means to be human.

All told, it’s a great sequel but it also stands well on it’s own. I was never bored with the tale and I like the few moments of seriousness. I look forward to seeing what Agent G does next. 5/5 stars.

The Narration: Jeffrey Kafer is always a treat to listen to and I love his voice for Agent G. It’s perfect. Also, Kafer’s delivery of the humor is so well timed! Kafer’s female character voices are feminine and each character has their own distinct voice. There are no tech issues with the recording. 5/5 stars.

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