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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
The Korpes Agenda by J. I. Rogers is the second book in the Korpes File Series. This is the story of Nash Korpes, a Master-Tech who barely got out of the Korlune Military Research and Development with his limbs and soul intact. When he got out of there, he joined Harlo-Fyre, hoping that things would be better and life easier for him. For once, he thought that his future would be safe and secure, but he could not have been more wrong. However, he is not as sure of himself as he used to be, nor does he have friends that he can rely on. To make matters worse, something dark and dangerous is lurking on the periphery. Nash has to do something and he has to do is fast. Can he do it? Or will he be too late?
Although I have not read the first novel in the series, I had no problems catching up with the storyline and becoming invested in the lives of the characters. Nash Korpes is such a conflicted character. He is flawed, determined and accepting of his nature; however, that does not stop him from trying hard to do better. I enjoyed the plot; it had action, adventure and a healthy dose of suspense that kept me reading on and on. I enjoyed the fast pace of the story and how Nash seemed to be directing everything. He was the focal point of the story and he really lived up to it. He is such a human character; he had flaws, he had his quirks and he knew where his strengths lay. The overall atmosphere and the suspense had me reading on and wanting more. Very, very entertaining!