Something dark is stirring in Korlune, and there’s only one person who sees it; brilliant, but haunted, Master-Tech Nash Korpes.
Freshly escaped from the clutches of Korlune Military Research and Development he finds safety within the ranks of tech giant Harlo-Fyre. On the surface, the future appears bright, but dangerous forces lurk in the periphery. Nash is plagued by self-doubt, unreliable friends and a punishing work schedule that could tip him over the edge.
As the line between friend and foe blurs and friction between Korlune's military factions reach boiling point, Nash is forced to act. Will he ever find peace, or will he be distracted just when he needs to focus?
Five Stars - 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... Although I have not read the first novel in the series, I had no problems catching up with the story-line and becoming invested in the lives of the characters. The overall atmosphere and the suspense had me reading on and wanting more. Very, very entertaining! ~ Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Five Stars "...This being the second in a series, the author does an amazing job summarizing each character and pulling in quick but thorough elements from the first book in order to bring readers up to speed. Science fiction fans will appreciate the technical aspects of Rogers's work, and readers who seek a main character who provides the opportunity for psychological study will immediately be drawn to Nash Korpes..." ~ LITERARY TITAN
The 2019 New Apple Summer E-Book Awards - Science Fiction Solo Medalist Currently a Semi-Finalist for the CIBAs - CYGNUS Science Fiction Category. (Book 1, "The Korpes File", won the CYGNUS Grand Prize for 2018)