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Publisher's Summary

The truth is still out there!

FBI special agents Dana Scully and Fox Mulder go hunting in the shadows for dangerous truths in this new collection of original, never-before-published tales of The X-Files.

Edited by New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Maberry, Secret Agendas features heart-stopping stories by some of today's hottest writers of mystery, thrillers, science fiction, and horror.

©2016 Jonathan Maberry (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Questionable Narration

Huber has no feel for these characters and this deficit affected the stories negatively. Pinchot's voice is a pleasure to listen to but he narrates very little of this book.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Quality definitely went down....

Pros
Some stories were decent and worth listening to.
Glad to hear the male narrator back for another round.
Cons
Huber/female narrator is awful. She needs to be fired, only thing she brings to the stories is bitchy attitude and pointless complaining.

Overall, authors need to develop the story lines based on the real XFILES characters. Scully is smart, sympathetic, and logical. Mulder is brave, curious, and persistent. This volume definitely misses the mark compare to the previous editions.

Disappointing!

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Meh

First two books were way better. Most of the stories were rather dull. This book didn't seem to capture the essence of X-Files like the other two.

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  • mike
  • Springville, NY, United States
  • 04-23-17

maybe if it is free

not good... Stories are too short and have hardly nothing to do with the X-Files

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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stories good voices meh

The female reader referred to Scully as Sully at least once in every story. besides that I really enjoyed the stories!

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Worst in the series

Terrible depiction of Scully. Her skepticism and science worship bordered on delusional neurosis. Also, the playful banter she typically shares with Moulder was skewed to make her seem condescending and dismissive. in other words, they wrote her like she was a female version of Richard Dawkins.

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Pretty Alright

I really enjoyed the book. There were a few things that didn't follow canon very well but overall enjoyable.

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  • Taffi01
  • 12-09-16

Read pretty well, but really not the best stories

Read pretty well, but really not the best stories. characterisations a bit off compared to the TV.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful