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Evan Smoak is now trying to save himself

In my previous post, I misunderstand what Diverse Voices mean. Now I see what other readers pick and revised this to Free Square.

Also, this is a second read. 




The Nowhere Man: An Orphan X Novel (Evan Smoak) - Gregg Hurwitz 

The Nowhere Man: An Orphan X Novel (Evan Smoak) - Gregg Hurwitz  


First one, I done on ebook. I just couldn't get into it that much. 


Then I bought the book, Read it again. This is actually pretty good. 


It is about kidnapping Evan who is usually quite capable for helping himself and other. 


This time, he got a call for a kidnapped girl who is being sold. He was going to stop this operation of human trafficking when he himself got kidnapped.


Fun ride. He is not detective or PI. Just a trained government agent who is tired of running black op. 


Fun to see how he interact with the bad guys. 


He did solved crime by chasing after those bad guys. For him, the client, who didn't pay him, is his priority. So he is more focus on what he knows rather than having case load and OT approval.