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Dead Shift ~ Rho Agenda Inception #3 #JackGregory #Thriller @RhoAgenda #wwwblogs June 10, 2015

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In this page-turning sci-fi adventure, the NSA’s most brilliant hacker is abducted and the world stands on the brink of cyberwar. The Ripper and his ghost team commandos are called to action, battling a host of enemies ranging from a genius tech-billionaire and the Chinese government to an emerging superintelligence capable of bringing the world to its knees. With every threat in play, Jack must confront his alien passenger and regain some semblance of self-control. As the origins of the Rho Agenda come to light, Jack struggles to embrace his destiny. But how can even one such as he prevail against an existential threat to humanity?

Jamal Glover is the best of the NSA’s elite team of hackers, known as the Dirty Dozen, who work in the War Room at the NSA headquarters…

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1. Cathy - June 10, 2015

Thanks so much for the reblog, Richard. Looking forward very much to the follow on the the Rho Agenda🙂

rhoagenda - June 10, 2015

Thanks Cathy. Me too.

2. lairdofGlencairn - June 11, 2015

Hi, David Allen here, two questions. 1. Will audible be selling Dead Shift at reduced price when dead shift is purchased from Amazon? At present it is not. 2. Did you know Audiobooks by Audible are available to play, on YouTube for WORMHOLE AND THE SECOND SHIP. Just thought you should know. David

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rhoagenda - June 11, 2015

Hi David,
Thanks for the questions. I’ll check on the Audible discount with my publisher and get back to you. I’ll also let my publisher know about the illegal posting on YouTube.com. Thanks again for the info.
Richard

rhoagenda - June 11, 2015

My publisher says they’ll check into the problem with the audible discount. Hopefully that will be fixed soon. Same goes for the youtube uploads. Thanks. Richard

3. Marcus - June 27, 2015

Hi Richard, I just finished Dead Shift and thoroughly enjoyed this story and series. The original RHO trilogy served as a re-introduction to reading for pleasure for me, and I was extremely happy to see that you had continued your work in this series.

As I read through this prequel series there was one plot “bridge” I was very much hoping you would provide, but at the same time I knew it was a long shot. I kept thinking to the chapter in Wormhole where Jack encounters Eduardo and thought it would have been awesome to read this scene from the perspective of Anchanchu. As Eduardo attempted to enter the mind of the Ripper and stumbled into more than he bargained for.

I just wanted to say thank you for your effort in these novels, they have been great fun to read, and I recommend them to all of my friends.

One last suggestion, as I read through the Jack Gregory trilogy, I kept trying to remember characters from the Rho Agenda and it would have been helpful to have a character appendix to quickly remember the important details from the other books. Just a thought.

rhoagenda - June 27, 2015

Thanks Marcus. Excellent suggestion and I plan on providing such a character list in my next three novels since all of the old characters (that still survive) will be back for The Rho Assimilation. I also plan on tying up a bunch of loose threads from the previous six novels in these three books (i.e. the stymied Kasari invasion, what happened to Jennifer and Raul, Jack and Anchanchu/Khal Teth, the Incan Sun Staff, the missing holographic data sphere that was in Admiral Riles’s possession, and the story of Jack’s and Janet’s son, Robby). I’m hoping to have the Beta Reader draft of Book One out to my Beta Readers by the end of August. Thanks again.
Richard

xinli11 - June 28, 2015

Don’t tie up too many loose ends! We need more. I hate it whenever a book’s universe inevitably comes to an end. It feels like I’m losing a bunch of friends forever.

rhoagenda - June 29, 2015

Never fear, it’s almost impossible to resolve everything with finality.


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