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"You will not sleep until you are finished with Agent Zero. A superb job creating a set of characters who are fully developed and very much enjoyable. The description of the action scenes transport us into a reality that is almost like sitting in a movie theater with surround sound and 3D (it would make an incredible Hollywood movie). I can hardly wait for the sequel.” (Roberto Mattos, Books and Movie Reviews)

Decoy Zero is book eight in the number one best-selling Agent Zero series, which begins with Agent Zero (book one).

A new, high-tech rail gun is invented, with a capability of firing an indefensible missile, seven times the speed of sound - the fate of America is at risk. Who or what is the target? And who will be behind its launch? 

In a mad race against time, Agent Zero must use all of his skills to track down the source of this unstoppable weapon and figure out its destination before it is too late. 

Yet at the same time, Zero learns of a shocking new development in his mental condition, one that might sideline him for good. Can he save the world and can he save himself? 

Decoy Zero (book eight) is an un-putdownable espionage thriller that will keep you listening late into the night.  

Also available is Jack Mars’ number one best-selling Luke Stone thriller series (seven books), which begins with Any Means Necessary (book one)! 

©2020 Jack Mars (P)2020 Jack Mars

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My least favorite Agent Zero book.

I’ve listened to all of the books in the series up to this point, but I think I’m stopping here. I’m not sure why, but it looks like Zero is going PG. In almost every encounter in this book, it’s almost as if Zero is trying not to fight in the manner he should given his job. Why are he and Maria suddenly shooting the bad guys in the leg and letting them live while being pursued through hostile areas? Are they afraid of killing a terrorist?

There are instances in this book that just made me cringe from tactical standpoint, even when suspending disbelief. I spent years in the Army, and although I wasn’t some super-secret ninja squirrel commando guy, I can tell you that if you’re engaged by multiple hostiles and fighting back, you’re not going to try to adjust fire to minimize harm to the enemy. That’s just stupid, and I don’t understand why Zero has suddenly gone soft.

All that said, if you want to read some incredible military/clandestine thriller books written by an actual operator, read the Pike Logan series by Brad Taylor, and hold onto your ***, because the guy writes circles around just about everyone I’ve come across. That includes Vince Flynn, Brad Thor, and others. Get some.

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Another good Agent Zero story

Agent Zero and his cohorts get the bad guys again in an enjoyable storyline.

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enjoy, an escape from reality

I really love this series! It brings a sense of reality to great fiction!

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A real good spy thriller

If you like the genre of CIA spys and getting caught in the work of espionage aboth plus.

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Not worth a credit

I’ve listened to all the Agent Zero books. This was the least enjoyable of them all. I think it had mostly to do with the narrator, who made agents zero sound like one of the Hardy boys. The voices were just horrible. I’m returning it.

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love this story line

Agent Zero is a great series. I love the story line. Jack Mars spends a lot of time developing lots of characters well. I am looking forward to the next book.

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Couldn't get past the narrator

I typically like agent zero novels but I couldn't get past the narrator. His character voices reminded me of a teenage cartoon. The accents of each character sound like a 60s sci-fi television show. I wish he would've read the entire book in in his normal voice.

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fast paced action fun book

agent zero is getting better. characters keep growing. a great escapist action listen. over the top at times not always accurate but if you don't analyze it , fun

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Possibly the best book in the series so far!

I enjoyed this book the best so far in the Agent Zero series of books. Looking forward to the events hinted at in the ending of this book's storyline.

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Better than #7!!

At the end of book 7, everyone is taking a pause in life or career. This does pick up there. Zero's hiatus doesn't last long as once again he is called on to save the world. Thankfully, Mia and Sarah do actually stay out of this one mostly, keeping it more believable. But there is still action on the home front.

The bad guys are really hiding their tracks, twisting the trail in this one, and it's a convoluted mess that challenges even Zero. And to top it off, his memories are being weird and interfering with his operational readiness. But it's just possible that what we thought we knew will turn out to be different, acquitting old friends.

Better than its prequel, Decoy is exciting and interesting, moving things along so that the main actors can end the pause, and get back their lives back on track.