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In Recall Zero (Agent Zero, Book 6), the President’s translator is the only one privy to a secret conversation that can change the world. She is targeted for assassination and hunted down, and Agent Zero, called back into the line of duty, may just be the only one who can save her.

Agent Zero, trying to get his life back in order and to win back the trust of his girls, vows not to return to service. But when he is needed to save the life of this defenseless translator, he can’t say no. Yet the translator, he realizes, is as intriguing as the secrets she keeps, and Zero, on the run with her, just might be falling for her. 

What secret is she keeping? Why are the most powerful organizations in the world trying to kill her for it? And will Zero be able to save her in time? 

Recall Zero (Book 6) is an un-putdownable espionage thriller that will keep you listening late into the night. Book 7 in the Agent Zero series will be available soon.

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

©2019 Jack Mars (P)2019 Jack Mars

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Fun thriller series...

With his memory now intact, Kent Steele has left the CIA. He’s living with another former agent who is now the director. Meanwhile he’s put on a few pounds and is loosing the sharpness he would need to be out in the field. That’s when he gets a call from a former acquaintance that her sister needs his help. Her sister is a translator who was in on a clandestine meeting at the White House between the US President and the President of Russia. The talk was treasonous and she knows she must get away before the President has her killed. She calls Kent Steele/Agent Zero. And reluctantly they’re off and running in this action packed, globe trotting thriller.
Good plot based, fun and entertaining book.
Brian Callanan does a great job narrating.
Recommended light listening.
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Scott Brick please!

Narrator is distracting. Agent Zero sounds like a pre-pubescent teen female voices are cartoonish. Really distracts from the story.

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Narrator update

I was harsh on the new narrator at first. Now I’m used to him. Good job.

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Recall Zero

This book was based upon an EXTREMELY unlikely scenario: The Russian President colluding with the American President, and using an interpreter whom nobody knew to translate the scheme! Seriously? Wouldn't the Russian President bring his own translator to a top secret meeting instead of trusting an unknown interpreter to keep her mouth shut??

Secondly, there were more technical errors that distracted me from the story, i.e., 'bullets sparking off of the pavement and cars'. Copper jacketed bullets do not spark!

Lastly, the narrator, Brian Callanan, just doesn't have the range of voices and accents to do the story justice. This book was a disappointment.

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Fine story, but sub-par for the genre

I really don’t know why I keep spending my credits on this series. I keep hoping they will get better, but continue to be let down. It’s fine entertainment, but sloppy (wrong) on a lot of technical details (the CIA only has one “black site” in the world, apparently, and guys are having a conversation - in the middle of a gun battle with 6 plus people - about “would you please grab that bag with all our ammo in it?” (because we didn’t think to have it with them when they assault they had been expecting started). A prior book included a “dreadnaught-class battle ship” (early 1900s) firing “SCUD missives” (a road mobile land attack missile). Oh yes, and “warhead” apparently means “nuclear warhead” but nobody makes that distinction - ever. Missiles with “warheads” are very scary and the end of the world.

On to the story itself. The characters are all fairly wooden (flat, lacking life, seeming robotic, etc), but the worst part is the protagonist being a mushy, sissy, sloppy moron who for some reason is able to bumble his way into heroic outcomes without being a hero in ANY regard. He doesn’t have the intestinal fortitude to manage a McDonald’s, let alone actually be the “world’s best covert operative”. He ends up in leadership giving orders because apparently everyone just knows he needs to be in charge, no matter how little he plans, thinks, anticipates, actually leads, etc.

The performance is also mediocre. One of the most annoying things is that Maria, an at-least-2nd-generation American -who’s father is a big deal politician - has been given a weird foreign accent. Super sloppy.

Will I get the next ones? Probably. Then I’ll spend 9 hours wishing there was a new Gray Man, Mitch Rapp, or even Winnie the Pooh novel that is really well done. It’s like audible has the poor author charging ahead so fast that he’s not able to put adequate time into making a quality novel. I think the potential is there, which is probably why I keep coming back.

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outstanding

loved it definitely kept my interest and ready for the next book. keep it coming

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Zero Series Jumps the Shark?

I listen to/read way more political thrillers than I like to admit. Sometimes its hard for me to distinguish one BAMF lead in one series from the BAMF lead in the other. The Zero series is fun in part because the protagonist is fairly unique. When you listen to these kinds of books, you have to suspend reality to an extent. I always do that, but even with that Recall Zero's absurdity was very distracting. And major plot points are just sort of glossed over or skipped. I just found myself groaning and rolling my eyes. And not only that, but it seems like there was almost no fact-checking (this may be minor but it talks about the Senate impeaching the President...I mean, I get that the average Joe thinks that's how impeachment works, but come on...in a political thriller how does that get printed?).

*Spoilers Ahead*

If you've read the prior books of the series, you know that the premise of books 4 and 5 included a conspiracy throughout the executive branch colluding with special interests to start a war, and while the president wasn't involved basically every other high ranking official was (and a number of high ranking military officials). That was fine in those books, but the premise in book 6 that the anti-corruption candidate who replaced the former president is now colluding with Russia and going to pull the US out of NATO is just a bridge too damn far. Everything relating to his daughters, love interest(s), and everything else is just so unbelievable, as well. It was just incredibly distracting.

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ldctp

Very interesting from start to finish, lot of moving part, I recommend this book and this series

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Excellent audio book

Can't wait for next installment on this series. Zero and his two daughters are great.

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Not too plausible, but a fun listen

Two US Presidents in a row? I can't say never, but really? Just like his girls getting kidnapped two times in a row.

As always, a good story with lots of action. Just don't get hung up in the details.

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Up to the usual standard, except for 1!

Story and performance is good. However, one issue is the ending... there isn’t one, forcing you to get the next book!