Hellbent

Hellbent

To some he was Orphan X. Others knew him as the Nowhere Man. But to Jack Johns he was a boy named Evan Smoak. Taken from an orphanage, Evan was raised inside a top-secret government programme and trained to become a lethal weapon. By Jack. And yet for all the dangerous skill he instilled in his young charge, Jack Jones cared for Evan like a son. But Jack knew too much about To some he was Orphan X. Others knew him as the Nowhere Man. But to Jack Johns he was a boy named Evan Smoak. Taken f...

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Title:Hellbent
Author:Gregg Hurwitz
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Genres:Thriller
ISBN:Hellbent
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:406 pages pages

Hellbent Reviews

  • Linda
    Oct 10, 2017

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

    5 Stars I've been shook!! What a fantastic, fast pace, espionage/thriller novel! 'Hellbent' is hands down the most entertaining CIA/thriller I've read in a long time! A amazing plot line, an affable but royally screwed up protagonist, and some nasty deviant foes, makes this a must r...

    Author Gregg Hurwitz returns to the constant pulse-pounding action scenes reminiscent of his first book, and Evan Smoak has his hands full trying to balance multiple issues at one time. Smoak is the author?s killer-with-a-conscience, trained by his handler to be deadly without losing...

    Hurwitz continues to bring the action with the third installment of the Orphan X series. Filled with intrigue and tradecraft. We get a view into the Orphan program and learn there's more going on than just cleaning up loose ends. A great ending to the original story while leading into ...

    Evan Smoak has gone through many transitions in his life. He was an orphan in a boys' home, he was taken from there at the age of 12 and trained to become a government assassin known as Orphan X. When he left the program, he became, The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else...

    The third I?ve read in the Orphan X series and another thrilling ride. This time, Evan finds himself fulfilling a favor of his mentor, Jack, a man who fostered Evan from the age of twelve and turned him into a trained assassin. Jack is killed in the early pages and Evan is off to ave...

    Evan Smoak, once part of a deep government ?assets? program has broken free, gone rogue and flamed that last spark of humanity into a quest to help those who need him most. He is also a man on the run from the very agency he once served and the big X on his back is neon orange. Eve...

    Evan Smoak, an unstoppable government assassin gone rogue returns in Gregg Hurwitz #1 international bestselling Orphan X series, HELLBENT ? from revenge, bullets, and vodka his most emotional and personal yet; a riveting non-stop action thriller. Picking up from The Nowhere Man...

    The more I read about Evan Smoak, the more I like this guy. I wasn't a huge fan of the first book in the series but I think that had more to do with the writing style than the story itself. It's like once Hurwitz got into his writing groove, it all fell into place but before that it wa...

    This third book into the Evan Smoak, the Nowhere man, series we get a confrontation with the current director of the Orphan project, van Scriver. He sends his goons after the man who trained Evan and gets him killed. Surprisingly the Nowhere man takes this rather personal. The Nowhe...

    I have a new ritual these days. These days are so hectic that attention to ritual becomes important. At the end of the day, after the child is in bed and order has been restored to the force, I break a small bite of chocolate and let it melt in my mouth. I buy a good dark chocolate bar...

    I can think of three words for this book.....I loved it! Evan Smoak is Orphan X, he is the Nowhere Man and when someone who means the world to him is killed he is Hellbent on revenge. It?s hard to say too much about the plot without ruining the storyline, but needless to say it?s a...

  • Josh
    Aug 04, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

  • Wendy
    Jan 28, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

  • Barbara
    Jan 20, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

  • Cindy Burnett
    Sep 25, 2017

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

  • Karen
    Nov 03, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

    5 Stars I've been shook!! What a fantastic, fast pace, espionage/thriller novel! 'Hellbent' is hands down the most entertaining CIA/thriller I've read in a long time! A amazing plot line, an affable but royally screwed up protagonist, and some nasty deviant foes, makes this a must r...

    Author Gregg Hurwitz returns to the constant pulse-pounding action scenes reminiscent of his first book, and Evan Smoak has his hands full trying to balance multiple issues at one time. Smoak is the author?s killer-with-a-conscience, trained by his handler to be deadly without losing...

    Hurwitz continues to bring the action with the third installment of the Orphan X series. Filled with intrigue and tradecraft. We get a view into the Orphan program and learn there's more going on than just cleaning up loose ends. A great ending to the original story while leading into ...

    Evan Smoak has gone through many transitions in his life. He was an orphan in a boys' home, he was taken from there at the age of 12 and trained to become a government assassin known as Orphan X. When he left the program, he became, The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else...

    The third I?ve read in the Orphan X series and another thrilling ride. This time, Evan finds himself fulfilling a favor of his mentor, Jack, a man who fostered Evan from the age of twelve and turned him into a trained assassin. Jack is killed in the early pages and Evan is off to ave...

  • Theresa Alan
    Sep 16, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

  • Larry H
    Oct 19, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

  • Mark
    Oct 15, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

    5 Stars I've been shook!! What a fantastic, fast pace, espionage/thriller novel! 'Hellbent' is hands down the most entertaining CIA/thriller I've read in a long time! A amazing plot line, an affable but royally screwed up protagonist, and some nasty deviant foes, makes this a must r...

    Author Gregg Hurwitz returns to the constant pulse-pounding action scenes reminiscent of his first book, and Evan Smoak has his hands full trying to balance multiple issues at one time. Smoak is the author?s killer-with-a-conscience, trained by his handler to be deadly without losing...

    Hurwitz continues to bring the action with the third installment of the Orphan X series. Filled with intrigue and tradecraft. We get a view into the Orphan program and learn there's more going on than just cleaning up loose ends. A great ending to the original story while leading into ...

    Evan Smoak has gone through many transitions in his life. He was an orphan in a boys' home, he was taken from there at the age of 12 and trained to become a government assassin known as Orphan X. When he left the program, he became, The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else...

    The third I?ve read in the Orphan X series and another thrilling ride. This time, Evan finds himself fulfilling a favor of his mentor, Jack, a man who fostered Evan from the age of twelve and turned him into a trained assassin. Jack is killed in the early pages and Evan is off to ave...

    Evan Smoak, once part of a deep government ?assets? program has broken free, gone rogue and flamed that last spark of humanity into a quest to help those who need him most. He is also a man on the run from the very agency he once served and the big X on his back is neon orange. Eve...

    Evan Smoak, an unstoppable government assassin gone rogue returns in Gregg Hurwitz #1 international bestselling Orphan X series, HELLBENT ? from revenge, bullets, and vodka his most emotional and personal yet; a riveting non-stop action thriller. Picking up from The Nowhere Man...

    The more I read about Evan Smoak, the more I like this guy. I wasn't a huge fan of the first book in the series but I think that had more to do with the writing style than the story itself. It's like once Hurwitz got into his writing groove, it all fell into place but before that it wa...

    This third book into the Evan Smoak, the Nowhere man, series we get a confrontation with the current director of the Orphan project, van Scriver. He sends his goons after the man who trained Evan and gets him killed. Surprisingly the Nowhere man takes this rather personal. The Nowhe...

  • Dianne
    Jul 09, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

    5 Stars I've been shook!! What a fantastic, fast pace, espionage/thriller novel! 'Hellbent' is hands down the most entertaining CIA/thriller I've read in a long time! A amazing plot line, an affable but royally screwed up protagonist, and some nasty deviant foes, makes this a must r...

    Author Gregg Hurwitz returns to the constant pulse-pounding action scenes reminiscent of his first book, and Evan Smoak has his hands full trying to balance multiple issues at one time. Smoak is the author?s killer-with-a-conscience, trained by his handler to be deadly without losing...

    Hurwitz continues to bring the action with the third installment of the Orphan X series. Filled with intrigue and tradecraft. We get a view into the Orphan program and learn there's more going on than just cleaning up loose ends. A great ending to the original story while leading into ...

    Evan Smoak has gone through many transitions in his life. He was an orphan in a boys' home, he was taken from there at the age of 12 and trained to become a government assassin known as Orphan X. When he left the program, he became, The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else...

    The third I?ve read in the Orphan X series and another thrilling ride. This time, Evan finds himself fulfilling a favor of his mentor, Jack, a man who fostered Evan from the age of twelve and turned him into a trained assassin. Jack is killed in the early pages and Evan is off to ave...

    Evan Smoak, once part of a deep government ?assets? program has broken free, gone rogue and flamed that last spark of humanity into a quest to help those who need him most. He is also a man on the run from the very agency he once served and the big X on his back is neon orange. Eve...

  • Rose
    Sep 19, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

    5 Stars I've been shook!! What a fantastic, fast pace, espionage/thriller novel! 'Hellbent' is hands down the most entertaining CIA/thriller I've read in a long time! A amazing plot line, an affable but royally screwed up protagonist, and some nasty deviant foes, makes this a must r...

    Author Gregg Hurwitz returns to the constant pulse-pounding action scenes reminiscent of his first book, and Evan Smoak has his hands full trying to balance multiple issues at one time. Smoak is the author?s killer-with-a-conscience, trained by his handler to be deadly without losing...

    Hurwitz continues to bring the action with the third installment of the Orphan X series. Filled with intrigue and tradecraft. We get a view into the Orphan program and learn there's more going on than just cleaning up loose ends. A great ending to the original story while leading into ...

    Evan Smoak has gone through many transitions in his life. He was an orphan in a boys' home, he was taken from there at the age of 12 and trained to become a government assassin known as Orphan X. When he left the program, he became, The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else...

    The third I?ve read in the Orphan X series and another thrilling ride. This time, Evan finds himself fulfilling a favor of his mentor, Jack, a man who fostered Evan from the age of twelve and turned him into a trained assassin. Jack is killed in the early pages and Evan is off to ave...

    Evan Smoak, once part of a deep government ?assets? program has broken free, gone rogue and flamed that last spark of humanity into a quest to help those who need him most. He is also a man on the run from the very agency he once served and the big X on his back is neon orange. Eve...

    Evan Smoak, an unstoppable government assassin gone rogue returns in Gregg Hurwitz #1 international bestselling Orphan X series, HELLBENT ? from revenge, bullets, and vodka his most emotional and personal yet; a riveting non-stop action thriller. Picking up from The Nowhere Man...

    The more I read about Evan Smoak, the more I like this guy. I wasn't a huge fan of the first book in the series but I think that had more to do with the writing style than the story itself. It's like once Hurwitz got into his writing groove, it all fell into place but before that it wa...

  • Phrynne
    Aug 13, 2017

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

  • Monica
    Nov 11, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

  • Eric
    Mar 09, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

  • Judy Collins
    Sep 02, 2017

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

    5 Stars I've been shook!! What a fantastic, fast pace, espionage/thriller novel! 'Hellbent' is hands down the most entertaining CIA/thriller I've read in a long time! A amazing plot line, an affable but royally screwed up protagonist, and some nasty deviant foes, makes this a must r...

    Author Gregg Hurwitz returns to the constant pulse-pounding action scenes reminiscent of his first book, and Evan Smoak has his hands full trying to balance multiple issues at one time. Smoak is the author?s killer-with-a-conscience, trained by his handler to be deadly without losing...

    Hurwitz continues to bring the action with the third installment of the Orphan X series. Filled with intrigue and tradecraft. We get a view into the Orphan program and learn there's more going on than just cleaning up loose ends. A great ending to the original story while leading into ...

    Evan Smoak has gone through many transitions in his life. He was an orphan in a boys' home, he was taken from there at the age of 12 and trained to become a government assassin known as Orphan X. When he left the program, he became, The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else...

    The third I?ve read in the Orphan X series and another thrilling ride. This time, Evan finds himself fulfilling a favor of his mentor, Jack, a man who fostered Evan from the age of twelve and turned him into a trained assassin. Jack is killed in the early pages and Evan is off to ave...

    Evan Smoak, once part of a deep government ?assets? program has broken free, gone rogue and flamed that last spark of humanity into a quest to help those who need him most. He is also a man on the run from the very agency he once served and the big X on his back is neon orange. Eve...

    Evan Smoak, an unstoppable government assassin gone rogue returns in Gregg Hurwitz #1 international bestselling Orphan X series, HELLBENT ? from revenge, bullets, and vodka his most emotional and personal yet; a riveting non-stop action thriller. Picking up from The Nowhere Man...

  • Gary
    Mar 14, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

  • Tim
    May 26, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

  • Carla Johnson-Hicks
    Jan 11, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

    5 Stars I've been shook!! What a fantastic, fast pace, espionage/thriller novel! 'Hellbent' is hands down the most entertaining CIA/thriller I've read in a long time! A amazing plot line, an affable but royally screwed up protagonist, and some nasty deviant foes, makes this a must r...

    Author Gregg Hurwitz returns to the constant pulse-pounding action scenes reminiscent of his first book, and Evan Smoak has his hands full trying to balance multiple issues at one time. Smoak is the author?s killer-with-a-conscience, trained by his handler to be deadly without losing...

    Hurwitz continues to bring the action with the third installment of the Orphan X series. Filled with intrigue and tradecraft. We get a view into the Orphan program and learn there's more going on than just cleaning up loose ends. A great ending to the original story while leading into ...

    Evan Smoak has gone through many transitions in his life. He was an orphan in a boys' home, he was taken from there at the age of 12 and trained to become a government assassin known as Orphan X. When he left the program, he became, The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else...

  • Wendy'sThoughts
    Jul 28, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

    5 Stars I've been shook!! What a fantastic, fast pace, espionage/thriller novel! 'Hellbent' is hands down the most entertaining CIA/thriller I've read in a long time! A amazing plot line, an affable but royally screwed up protagonist, and some nasty deviant foes, makes this a must r...

    Author Gregg Hurwitz returns to the constant pulse-pounding action scenes reminiscent of his first book, and Evan Smoak has his hands full trying to balance multiple issues at one time. Smoak is the author?s killer-with-a-conscience, trained by his handler to be deadly without losing...

    Hurwitz continues to bring the action with the third installment of the Orphan X series. Filled with intrigue and tradecraft. We get a view into the Orphan program and learn there's more going on than just cleaning up loose ends. A great ending to the original story while leading into ...

    Evan Smoak has gone through many transitions in his life. He was an orphan in a boys' home, he was taken from there at the age of 12 and trained to become a government assassin known as Orphan X. When he left the program, he became, The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else...

    The third I?ve read in the Orphan X series and another thrilling ride. This time, Evan finds himself fulfilling a favor of his mentor, Jack, a man who fostered Evan from the age of twelve and turned him into a trained assassin. Jack is killed in the early pages and Evan is off to ave...

    Evan Smoak, once part of a deep government ?assets? program has broken free, gone rogue and flamed that last spark of humanity into a quest to help those who need him most. He is also a man on the run from the very agency he once served and the big X on his back is neon orange. Eve...

    Evan Smoak, an unstoppable government assassin gone rogue returns in Gregg Hurwitz #1 international bestselling Orphan X series, HELLBENT ? from revenge, bullets, and vodka his most emotional and personal yet; a riveting non-stop action thriller. Picking up from The Nowhere Man...

    The more I read about Evan Smoak, the more I like this guy. I wasn't a huge fan of the first book in the series but I think that had more to do with the writing style than the story itself. It's like once Hurwitz got into his writing groove, it all fell into place but before that it wa...

    This third book into the Evan Smoak, the Nowhere man, series we get a confrontation with the current director of the Orphan project, van Scriver. He sends his goons after the man who trained Evan and gets him killed. Surprisingly the Nowhere man takes this rather personal. The Nowhe...

    I have a new ritual these days. These days are so hectic that attention to ritual becomes important. At the end of the day, after the child is in bed and order has been restored to the force, I break a small bite of chocolate and let it melt in my mouth. I buy a good dark chocolate bar...

    I can think of three words for this book.....I loved it! Evan Smoak is Orphan X, he is the Nowhere Man and when someone who means the world to him is killed he is Hellbent on revenge. It?s hard to say too much about the plot without ruining the storyline, but needless to say it?s a...

    I truly enjoy this whole series & I think this was the best one yet! Evan Smoak is evolving into an epic character who I might just like more than Jack Reacher! This was a fast paced read that really needs no bookmark! Thanks to Minotaur for this early copy! ...

    4 Revenge Never Tastes Good Stars * * * * Spoiler Free Oh, we are in a continual loop of thrills with this writer. He has us by the seat of our pants and are invested in a cat and mouse game involving his past program. The Nowhere Man has hidden in plain sight over the years but it i...

  • Glen
    Jan 07, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

  • Chad
    Oct 26, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

    5 Stars I've been shook!! What a fantastic, fast pace, espionage/thriller novel! 'Hellbent' is hands down the most entertaining CIA/thriller I've read in a long time! A amazing plot line, an affable but royally screwed up protagonist, and some nasty deviant foes, makes this a must r...

    Author Gregg Hurwitz returns to the constant pulse-pounding action scenes reminiscent of his first book, and Evan Smoak has his hands full trying to balance multiple issues at one time. Smoak is the author?s killer-with-a-conscience, trained by his handler to be deadly without losing...

    Hurwitz continues to bring the action with the third installment of the Orphan X series. Filled with intrigue and tradecraft. We get a view into the Orphan program and learn there's more going on than just cleaning up loose ends. A great ending to the original story while leading into ...

  • Karin Schott
    Sep 18, 2017

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

    5 Stars I've been shook!! What a fantastic, fast pace, espionage/thriller novel! 'Hellbent' is hands down the most entertaining CIA/thriller I've read in a long time! A amazing plot line, an affable but royally screwed up protagonist, and some nasty deviant foes, makes this a must r...

    Author Gregg Hurwitz returns to the constant pulse-pounding action scenes reminiscent of his first book, and Evan Smoak has his hands full trying to balance multiple issues at one time. Smoak is the author?s killer-with-a-conscience, trained by his handler to be deadly without losing...

    Hurwitz continues to bring the action with the third installment of the Orphan X series. Filled with intrigue and tradecraft. We get a view into the Orphan program and learn there's more going on than just cleaning up loose ends. A great ending to the original story while leading into ...

    Evan Smoak has gone through many transitions in his life. He was an orphan in a boys' home, he was taken from there at the age of 12 and trained to become a government assassin known as Orphan X. When he left the program, he became, The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else...

    The third I?ve read in the Orphan X series and another thrilling ride. This time, Evan finds himself fulfilling a favor of his mentor, Jack, a man who fostered Evan from the age of twelve and turned him into a trained assassin. Jack is killed in the early pages and Evan is off to ave...

    Evan Smoak, once part of a deep government ?assets? program has broken free, gone rogue and flamed that last spark of humanity into a quest to help those who need him most. He is also a man on the run from the very agency he once served and the big X on his back is neon orange. Eve...

    Evan Smoak, an unstoppable government assassin gone rogue returns in Gregg Hurwitz #1 international bestselling Orphan X series, HELLBENT ? from revenge, bullets, and vodka his most emotional and personal yet; a riveting non-stop action thriller. Picking up from The Nowhere Man...

    The more I read about Evan Smoak, the more I like this guy. I wasn't a huge fan of the first book in the series but I think that had more to do with the writing style than the story itself. It's like once Hurwitz got into his writing groove, it all fell into place but before that it wa...

    This third book into the Evan Smoak, the Nowhere man, series we get a confrontation with the current director of the Orphan project, van Scriver. He sends his goons after the man who trained Evan and gets him killed. Surprisingly the Nowhere man takes this rather personal. The Nowhe...

    I have a new ritual these days. These days are so hectic that attention to ritual becomes important. At the end of the day, after the child is in bed and order has been restored to the force, I break a small bite of chocolate and let it melt in my mouth. I buy a good dark chocolate bar...

  • The Real Book Spy
    Oct 04, 2017

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

  • Laura Rash
    Dec 14, 2017

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

    5 Stars I've been shook!! What a fantastic, fast pace, espionage/thriller novel! 'Hellbent' is hands down the most entertaining CIA/thriller I've read in a long time! A amazing plot line, an affable but royally screwed up protagonist, and some nasty deviant foes, makes this a must r...

    Author Gregg Hurwitz returns to the constant pulse-pounding action scenes reminiscent of his first book, and Evan Smoak has his hands full trying to balance multiple issues at one time. Smoak is the author?s killer-with-a-conscience, trained by his handler to be deadly without losing...

    Hurwitz continues to bring the action with the third installment of the Orphan X series. Filled with intrigue and tradecraft. We get a view into the Orphan program and learn there's more going on than just cleaning up loose ends. A great ending to the original story while leading into ...

    Evan Smoak has gone through many transitions in his life. He was an orphan in a boys' home, he was taken from there at the age of 12 and trained to become a government assassin known as Orphan X. When he left the program, he became, The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else...

    The third I?ve read in the Orphan X series and another thrilling ride. This time, Evan finds himself fulfilling a favor of his mentor, Jack, a man who fostered Evan from the age of twelve and turned him into a trained assassin. Jack is killed in the early pages and Evan is off to ave...

    Evan Smoak, once part of a deep government ?assets? program has broken free, gone rogue and flamed that last spark of humanity into a quest to help those who need him most. He is also a man on the run from the very agency he once served and the big X on his back is neon orange. Eve...

    Evan Smoak, an unstoppable government assassin gone rogue returns in Gregg Hurwitz #1 international bestselling Orphan X series, HELLBENT ? from revenge, bullets, and vodka his most emotional and personal yet; a riveting non-stop action thriller. Picking up from The Nowhere Man...

    The more I read about Evan Smoak, the more I like this guy. I wasn't a huge fan of the first book in the series but I think that had more to do with the writing style than the story itself. It's like once Hurwitz got into his writing groove, it all fell into place but before that it wa...

    This third book into the Evan Smoak, the Nowhere man, series we get a confrontation with the current director of the Orphan project, van Scriver. He sends his goons after the man who trained Evan and gets him killed. Surprisingly the Nowhere man takes this rather personal. The Nowhe...

    I have a new ritual these days. These days are so hectic that attention to ritual becomes important. At the end of the day, after the child is in bed and order has been restored to the force, I break a small bite of chocolate and let it melt in my mouth. I buy a good dark chocolate bar...

    I can think of three words for this book.....I loved it! Evan Smoak is Orphan X, he is the Nowhere Man and when someone who means the world to him is killed he is Hellbent on revenge. It?s hard to say too much about the plot without ruining the storyline, but needless to say it?s a...

    I truly enjoy this whole series & I think this was the best one yet! Evan Smoak is evolving into an epic character who I might just like more than Jack Reacher! This was a fast paced read that really needs no bookmark! Thanks to Minotaur for this early copy! ...

  • Dave
    Jul 09, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

  • Paromjit
    Apr 02, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

  • ChopinFC
    Mar 20, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

    5 Stars I've been shook!! What a fantastic, fast pace, espionage/thriller novel! 'Hellbent' is hands down the most entertaining CIA/thriller I've read in a long time! A amazing plot line, an affable but royally screwed up protagonist, and some nasty deviant foes, makes this a must r...

  • Kat
    Dec 29, 2017

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

  • Maureen Carden
    Dec 28, 2017

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

  • Dee Arr
    Aug 01, 2018

    When I finished Hellbent , the third book in Gregg Hurwitz's fantastic series featuring rogue government assassin Evan Smoak, I got to thinking. You literally could spend the entire year reading books in different series, between YA, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, eve...

    Gregg Hurwitz gives us another adrenaline fuelled thrill ride of an adventure in the third of the Orphan X thriller series with a wide and diverse collection of characters. The resourceful Evan Smoak finds himself on an emotional search for vengeance aided by others and still finds tim...

    Though this series is about a well-trained man who helps people who need helping while also trying to dodge another member of the Orphan program, Van Sciver, who wants him dead, it?s also about kids in foster care and the way the system fails these orphans. About not having parents o...

    Book three and Evan has returned home to his specialist vodka and his living wall of herbs, both of which I find hilarious in a man who does what this one does for a living. Anyway I am accustomed to it now and it does not detract from the rest of this fantastic book! In Hellbent th...

    3.5 stars In this addition to the "Orphan X" series, Evan Smoak - also known as Orphan X - is out to avenge the death of his mentor Jack Johns. When Evan was twelve, Jack took him from an orphanage and put him in a super-secret Department of Defense black-ops program - a scheme de...

    Hellbent sees Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X, aka The Nowhere Man) embark on a rage fueled quest for revenge as he fights his way through a haze of corporate killers in search of the man responsible for murdering his mentor, Jack Johns. The third installment in the Orphan X series is pure...

    It is scorched earth time for Evan Smoak. He was originally known as Orphan X from his time as a deep black government assassin trained from childhood in the Orphan program. Later Smoak became known as The Nowhere Man, helping people who have nowhere else to turn. But now Smoak is out ...

    Gregg Hurwitz is one of my all-time favourite authors and a go to author if I need little sleep as a result of not being able to put his book down. Hellbent is the third book in his "Orphan X" series and it is definitely one of those books. Tons of fun and a page-turning, exciting thri...

    This is the 3rd book in the 'Orphan X' series by author Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak was Orphan X, taken from a group home at twelve, he was raised and trained as part of the Orphan Program, an off-the-books operation designed to create deniable intelligence assets, assassins. He left t...

    Hellbent is the third installment of the Evan Smoak Orphan series and again, for modern thrillers, Gregg Hurwitz does not disappoint. Hellbent begins right after the ending of The Nowhere Man and to be fair to other readers, to offer too many details will only provide spoilers. Hur...

    Super Secret Agent Orphan X is free from the agency, but someone is trying to kill him. He picks up another orphan, and tries to start a relationship with his neighbor. Not bad, never seems real, though. ...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and St. Martin?s Press for getting me into this awesome series by Greg Hurwitz. ?Hellbent? continues Evan Smoak?s amazing and increasingly destructive life after he receives a call from his mentor and father figure, asking for help. But is it too ...

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com ?Do you need my help?" That?s how former government assassin turned vigilante Evan Smoak answers his special RoamZone each time it rings. As a rogue, highly-trained former member of the Orphan Program, a top-secret govern...

    When you find yourself ripping through all three books ? in a series in five days, the author might just be onto something. And, Indeed, with the Orphan X series, Hurwitz has managed to deliver three solid, action-packed thrillers one right after the other and his writing appears to...

    After a fair start, the story wanders too much. Should have been edited shorter. Narrator Scott Brick adds little more than his tiresome inflections. 4 of 10 stars ...

    3.5 stars Hellbent is the third book in the Orphan X series. I loved the first book, Orphan X, struggled a lot with the second one, The Nowhere Man, and felt Hellbent fell somewhere in the middle. In this installment, the plot and ancillary characters are strong. I enjoyed both the ...

    Fantastic!! One of the best action/ thrillers I?ve read all year! As the third in a series, this one is definitely my favorite! And you could read as a stand alone and not miss anything. Reading the first two did give me a deeper understanding of Evan?s past relationships especiall...

    5 Stars I've been shook!! What a fantastic, fast pace, espionage/thriller novel! 'Hellbent' is hands down the most entertaining CIA/thriller I've read in a long time! A amazing plot line, an affable but royally screwed up protagonist, and some nasty deviant foes, makes this a must r...

    Author Gregg Hurwitz returns to the constant pulse-pounding action scenes reminiscent of his first book, and Evan Smoak has his hands full trying to balance multiple issues at one time. Smoak is the author?s killer-with-a-conscience, trained by his handler to be deadly without losing...