This digital edition also contains the prequel novella, The Peach-Blonde Bomber. You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data. John Zakour and Lawrence Ganem. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. In the third book of the series Zach Johnson, Earth's last freelance private detective, latest case involves protecting a pop star and trying to survive a reality show based on trying to kill him.
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. I didn't hate reading it but it didn't have the same zip and freshness the first two did and I can't quite put my finger on why, though part of it may be that to me at least the music industry is so insane it's sort of hard to poke fun of it these days without coming across as cliched. Prologue - In the early s, after spending close to fifty years studying biblical texts, the father of modern physiscs, Sir Isaac Newton, predicted that the world would end in the year What began as a chance to earn some easy money becomes a series of lies, cat-and-mouse games, and a chase that leads him out on to the surface of Mars itself. Overview: It's the not-too-distant future, but the world is a very different place. This is definitely a book for those who love pulp sci-fi, detective noir or just a fun, well-written novel.
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This is definitely a book for those who love pulp sci-fi, detective noir or just a fun, well-written novel. Otherwise you probably think it is too foolish to read. A case that may be too hot even for Zach's unique talents, and if his earplugs don't last, his brain may just melt! She then hires Zach to guard her and from there things quickly go away from the usual and solidly into more familiar territory for the series as acrobatic assassins, psychics, and even crazed television producers all make an appearance in this entertaining adventure tale. So if you find a current lower price from an online retailer on an identical, in-stock product, tell us and we'll match it. Adventures of Zachary Nixon Johnson 3.