The Intern

The Intern

The Nowhere Man is a figure shrouded in secrecy?a near legendary figure who helps the truly desperate, those with nowhere else to turn who are lucky enough to be able to reach out to him. When darkness closes in, the Nowhere Man is your last, best hope. Before he was the Nowhere Man, Evan Smoak was a highly trained government operative known to a few as Orphan X. But he now The Nowhere Man is a figure shrouded in secrecy?a near legendary figure who helps the truly desperate, those with...

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Title:The Intern
Author:Gregg Hurwitz
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Genres:Thriller
ISBN:The Intern
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:84 pages pages

The Intern Reviews

  • Marika Charalambous
    Dec 31, 2018

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

  • Skip
    Mar 01, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

  • Marleen
    Jan 06, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

    Just finished the most recent book in the series and needed more Orphan X so I decided to get this one. I kept putting this one off because I didn't want to spend $7 or a credit on a 30 minute book. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't worth that price. Evan Smoak is only in the story for a bri...

    Not much to learn from this super short story - as an apprentice journalist (the intern) is saved by Orphan X, when she was snooping at the church where Orphan X orchestrated the annihilation of the MS13 gang by his rivals. Then there's a few pages that serve as introduction to the co...

  • Darcy
    Dec 18, 2018

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

  • Ana Maria  Rivera
    Jan 14, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

    Just finished the most recent book in the series and needed more Orphan X so I decided to get this one. I kept putting this one off because I didn't want to spend $7 or a credit on a 30 minute book. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't worth that price. Evan Smoak is only in the story for a bri...

    Not much to learn from this super short story - as an apprentice journalist (the intern) is saved by Orphan X, when she was snooping at the church where Orphan X orchestrated the annihilation of the MS13 gang by his rivals. Then there's a few pages that serve as introduction to the co...

    If I was just reviewing and rating the Intern, it would have been a 3.5star rating. The Intern was a really quick short story with no real purpose that I can see. Who knows, maybe it will have some meaning in the next book. However, in the ebook version, there was the added bonus of...

    This honestly wasn't what I thought it was gonna be when I first bought this book (without reading the summary, of course), but it turned out to be pretty goddamn perfect. I never thought I'd see Evan take a case without it coming as a request for help, but he swooped in and saved the ...

    I don't think I like this new book publisher trend in making its awesome authors write these short stories. Have been a bit disappointed by every one. There simply isn't enough room to develop a story like we're used to seeing from our favorite authors. If the author wants to do this, ...

    This VERY short story (not nearly long enough to be considered a novella) is more like a chapter of a book, written to introduce us to the next Orphan X installment - Out of the Dark. It was included with the paperback issue of Hellbent, so get it from the library, as it's too short, e...

    I really like the Orphan X series, but the short stories confuse me. I clicked on the link at the end of The Intern to read an excerpt of Out of the Dark, and I was taken back to the beginning of the story that I had just read. Plus there seemed to be three separate vignettes in the st...

    OK story but very short. I didn't read it until I already had the next book. A bit disappointed that there was only one very short story and the first few chapters of the next book in the series. ...

    This very short book picks up where Hellbent left off with reporters sniffing around the crime scene looking for evidence of The Nowhere Man. Again, the story doesn't really add much to the Orphan X series but I'm still glad I listened to it! ...

    Hell yes, Orphan X is back ! Book 3.5 is just a very very literal short reminder of who Orphan X really is. The real deal of this one click buy is the preview of book 4 which is coming out not to soon for my taste.... ...

  • Joanne
    Dec 18, 2018

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

  • Cynthia W
    Jan 03, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

    Just finished the most recent book in the series and needed more Orphan X so I decided to get this one. I kept putting this one off because I didn't want to spend $7 or a credit on a 30 minute book. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't worth that price. Evan Smoak is only in the story for a bri...

    Not much to learn from this super short story - as an apprentice journalist (the intern) is saved by Orphan X, when she was snooping at the church where Orphan X orchestrated the annihilation of the MS13 gang by his rivals. Then there's a few pages that serve as introduction to the co...

    If I was just reviewing and rating the Intern, it would have been a 3.5star rating. The Intern was a really quick short story with no real purpose that I can see. Who knows, maybe it will have some meaning in the next book. However, in the ebook version, there was the added bonus of...

    This honestly wasn't what I thought it was gonna be when I first bought this book (without reading the summary, of course), but it turned out to be pretty goddamn perfect. I never thought I'd see Evan take a case without it coming as a request for help, but he swooped in and saved the ...

    I don't think I like this new book publisher trend in making its awesome authors write these short stories. Have been a bit disappointed by every one. There simply isn't enough room to develop a story like we're used to seeing from our favorite authors. If the author wants to do this, ...

    This VERY short story (not nearly long enough to be considered a novella) is more like a chapter of a book, written to introduce us to the next Orphan X installment - Out of the Dark. It was included with the paperback issue of Hellbent, so get it from the library, as it's too short, e...

  • Paul
    Jan 04, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

  • Laura
    Mar 28, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

    Just finished the most recent book in the series and needed more Orphan X so I decided to get this one. I kept putting this one off because I didn't want to spend $7 or a credit on a 30 minute book. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't worth that price. Evan Smoak is only in the story for a bri...

    Not much to learn from this super short story - as an apprentice journalist (the intern) is saved by Orphan X, when she was snooping at the church where Orphan X orchestrated the annihilation of the MS13 gang by his rivals. Then there's a few pages that serve as introduction to the co...

    If I was just reviewing and rating the Intern, it would have been a 3.5star rating. The Intern was a really quick short story with no real purpose that I can see. Who knows, maybe it will have some meaning in the next book. However, in the ebook version, there was the added bonus of...

    This honestly wasn't what I thought it was gonna be when I first bought this book (without reading the summary, of course), but it turned out to be pretty goddamn perfect. I never thought I'd see Evan take a case without it coming as a request for help, but he swooped in and saved the ...

    I don't think I like this new book publisher trend in making its awesome authors write these short stories. Have been a bit disappointed by every one. There simply isn't enough room to develop a story like we're used to seeing from our favorite authors. If the author wants to do this, ...

    This VERY short story (not nearly long enough to be considered a novella) is more like a chapter of a book, written to introduce us to the next Orphan X installment - Out of the Dark. It was included with the paperback issue of Hellbent, so get it from the library, as it's too short, e...

    I really like the Orphan X series, but the short stories confuse me. I clicked on the link at the end of The Intern to read an excerpt of Out of the Dark, and I was taken back to the beginning of the story that I had just read. Plus there seemed to be three separate vignettes in the st...

  • Eileen
    Feb 27, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

    Just finished the most recent book in the series and needed more Orphan X so I decided to get this one. I kept putting this one off because I didn't want to spend $7 or a credit on a 30 minute book. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't worth that price. Evan Smoak is only in the story for a bri...

    Not much to learn from this super short story - as an apprentice journalist (the intern) is saved by Orphan X, when she was snooping at the church where Orphan X orchestrated the annihilation of the MS13 gang by his rivals. Then there's a few pages that serve as introduction to the co...

    If I was just reviewing and rating the Intern, it would have been a 3.5star rating. The Intern was a really quick short story with no real purpose that I can see. Who knows, maybe it will have some meaning in the next book. However, in the ebook version, there was the added bonus of...

    This honestly wasn't what I thought it was gonna be when I first bought this book (without reading the summary, of course), but it turned out to be pretty goddamn perfect. I never thought I'd see Evan take a case without it coming as a request for help, but he swooped in and saved the ...

    I don't think I like this new book publisher trend in making its awesome authors write these short stories. Have been a bit disappointed by every one. There simply isn't enough room to develop a story like we're used to seeing from our favorite authors. If the author wants to do this, ...

  • Robert Ringler
    Dec 21, 2018

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

    Just finished the most recent book in the series and needed more Orphan X so I decided to get this one. I kept putting this one off because I didn't want to spend $7 or a credit on a 30 minute book. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't worth that price. Evan Smoak is only in the story for a bri...

    Not much to learn from this super short story - as an apprentice journalist (the intern) is saved by Orphan X, when she was snooping at the church where Orphan X orchestrated the annihilation of the MS13 gang by his rivals. Then there's a few pages that serve as introduction to the co...

    If I was just reviewing and rating the Intern, it would have been a 3.5star rating. The Intern was a really quick short story with no real purpose that I can see. Who knows, maybe it will have some meaning in the next book. However, in the ebook version, there was the added bonus of...

    This honestly wasn't what I thought it was gonna be when I first bought this book (without reading the summary, of course), but it turned out to be pretty goddamn perfect. I never thought I'd see Evan take a case without it coming as a request for help, but he swooped in and saved the ...

    I don't think I like this new book publisher trend in making its awesome authors write these short stories. Have been a bit disappointed by every one. There simply isn't enough room to develop a story like we're used to seeing from our favorite authors. If the author wants to do this, ...

    This VERY short story (not nearly long enough to be considered a novella) is more like a chapter of a book, written to introduce us to the next Orphan X installment - Out of the Dark. It was included with the paperback issue of Hellbent, so get it from the library, as it's too short, e...

    I really like the Orphan X series, but the short stories confuse me. I clicked on the link at the end of The Intern to read an excerpt of Out of the Dark, and I was taken back to the beginning of the story that I had just read. Plus there seemed to be three separate vignettes in the st...

    OK story but very short. I didn't read it until I already had the next book. A bit disappointed that there was only one very short story and the first few chapters of the next book in the series. ...

    This very short book picks up where Hellbent left off with reporters sniffing around the crime scene looking for evidence of The Nowhere Man. Again, the story doesn't really add much to the Orphan X series but I'm still glad I listened to it! ...

    Hell yes, Orphan X is back ! Book 3.5 is just a very very literal short reminder of who Orphan X really is. The real deal of this one click buy is the preview of book 4 which is coming out not to soon for my taste.... ...

    Another great Nowhere Man tale. Be sure to read the intro to Hurwitz's new novel, Out of the Dark. You'll rush to buy it. I've been a fan of Gregg Hurwitz since reading Orphan X. You will not be disappointed if you like well-defined stories with action and intrigue. ...

    Greggs done it again I am just getting into the OrphanX books, I can't put them down from the first page to the end. With this one once again I recommend it to everyone that love's a well written and thought out book. ...

    Perhaps the biggest ripoff I've ever encountered in the Kindle short story business. "The Intern" is a grand total of 16 pages. The rest of the $1.99 short story is a preview of the next book "Out of the Dark". Let's have some transparency in what you're selling, Amazon! ...

  • Kiki
    Feb 19, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

    Just finished the most recent book in the series and needed more Orphan X so I decided to get this one. I kept putting this one off because I didn't want to spend $7 or a credit on a 30 minute book. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't worth that price. Evan Smoak is only in the story for a bri...

    Not much to learn from this super short story - as an apprentice journalist (the intern) is saved by Orphan X, when she was snooping at the church where Orphan X orchestrated the annihilation of the MS13 gang by his rivals. Then there's a few pages that serve as introduction to the co...

    If I was just reviewing and rating the Intern, it would have been a 3.5star rating. The Intern was a really quick short story with no real purpose that I can see. Who knows, maybe it will have some meaning in the next book. However, in the ebook version, there was the added bonus of...

    This honestly wasn't what I thought it was gonna be when I first bought this book (without reading the summary, of course), but it turned out to be pretty goddamn perfect. I never thought I'd see Evan take a case without it coming as a request for help, but he swooped in and saved the ...

    I don't think I like this new book publisher trend in making its awesome authors write these short stories. Have been a bit disappointed by every one. There simply isn't enough room to develop a story like we're used to seeing from our favorite authors. If the author wants to do this, ...

    This VERY short story (not nearly long enough to be considered a novella) is more like a chapter of a book, written to introduce us to the next Orphan X installment - Out of the Dark. It was included with the paperback issue of Hellbent, so get it from the library, as it's too short, e...

    I really like the Orphan X series, but the short stories confuse me. I clicked on the link at the end of The Intern to read an excerpt of Out of the Dark, and I was taken back to the beginning of the story that I had just read. Plus there seemed to be three separate vignettes in the st...

    OK story but very short. I didn't read it until I already had the next book. A bit disappointed that there was only one very short story and the first few chapters of the next book in the series. ...

  • Linda
    Dec 20, 2018

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

  • Eric
    Dec 19, 2018

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

  • David Dalton
    Jan 22, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

  • David N
    Dec 25, 2018

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

  • Mimi
    Feb 06, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

  • Rachel
    Dec 21, 2018

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

  • Chad
    Jan 30, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

  • Claire
    Dec 29, 2018

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

    Just finished the most recent book in the series and needed more Orphan X so I decided to get this one. I kept putting this one off because I didn't want to spend $7 or a credit on a 30 minute book. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't worth that price. Evan Smoak is only in the story for a bri...

    Not much to learn from this super short story - as an apprentice journalist (the intern) is saved by Orphan X, when she was snooping at the church where Orphan X orchestrated the annihilation of the MS13 gang by his rivals. Then there's a few pages that serve as introduction to the co...

    If I was just reviewing and rating the Intern, it would have been a 3.5star rating. The Intern was a really quick short story with no real purpose that I can see. Who knows, maybe it will have some meaning in the next book. However, in the ebook version, there was the added bonus of...

    This honestly wasn't what I thought it was gonna be when I first bought this book (without reading the summary, of course), but it turned out to be pretty goddamn perfect. I never thought I'd see Evan take a case without it coming as a request for help, but he swooped in and saved the ...

    I don't think I like this new book publisher trend in making its awesome authors write these short stories. Have been a bit disappointed by every one. There simply isn't enough room to develop a story like we're used to seeing from our favorite authors. If the author wants to do this, ...

    This VERY short story (not nearly long enough to be considered a novella) is more like a chapter of a book, written to introduce us to the next Orphan X installment - Out of the Dark. It was included with the paperback issue of Hellbent, so get it from the library, as it's too short, e...

    I really like the Orphan X series, but the short stories confuse me. I clicked on the link at the end of The Intern to read an excerpt of Out of the Dark, and I was taken back to the beginning of the story that I had just read. Plus there seemed to be three separate vignettes in the st...

    OK story but very short. I didn't read it until I already had the next book. A bit disappointed that there was only one very short story and the first few chapters of the next book in the series. ...

    This very short book picks up where Hellbent left off with reporters sniffing around the crime scene looking for evidence of The Nowhere Man. Again, the story doesn't really add much to the Orphan X series but I'm still glad I listened to it! ...

  • The Behrg
    Dec 18, 2018

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

  • Dave
    Jan 07, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

  • Robyn
    Jan 01, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

    Just finished the most recent book in the series and needed more Orphan X so I decided to get this one. I kept putting this one off because I didn't want to spend $7 or a credit on a 30 minute book. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't worth that price. Evan Smoak is only in the story for a bri...

    Not much to learn from this super short story - as an apprentice journalist (the intern) is saved by Orphan X, when she was snooping at the church where Orphan X orchestrated the annihilation of the MS13 gang by his rivals. Then there's a few pages that serve as introduction to the co...

    If I was just reviewing and rating the Intern, it would have been a 3.5star rating. The Intern was a really quick short story with no real purpose that I can see. Who knows, maybe it will have some meaning in the next book. However, in the ebook version, there was the added bonus of...

    This honestly wasn't what I thought it was gonna be when I first bought this book (without reading the summary, of course), but it turned out to be pretty goddamn perfect. I never thought I'd see Evan take a case without it coming as a request for help, but he swooped in and saved the ...

    I don't think I like this new book publisher trend in making its awesome authors write these short stories. Have been a bit disappointed by every one. There simply isn't enough room to develop a story like we're used to seeing from our favorite authors. If the author wants to do this, ...

    This VERY short story (not nearly long enough to be considered a novella) is more like a chapter of a book, written to introduce us to the next Orphan X installment - Out of the Dark. It was included with the paperback issue of Hellbent, so get it from the library, as it's too short, e...

    I really like the Orphan X series, but the short stories confuse me. I clicked on the link at the end of The Intern to read an excerpt of Out of the Dark, and I was taken back to the beginning of the story that I had just read. Plus there seemed to be three separate vignettes in the st...

    OK story but very short. I didn't read it until I already had the next book. A bit disappointed that there was only one very short story and the first few chapters of the next book in the series. ...

    This very short book picks up where Hellbent left off with reporters sniffing around the crime scene looking for evidence of The Nowhere Man. Again, the story doesn't really add much to the Orphan X series but I'm still glad I listened to it! ...

    Hell yes, Orphan X is back ! Book 3.5 is just a very very literal short reminder of who Orphan X really is. The real deal of this one click buy is the preview of book 4 which is coming out not to soon for my taste.... ...

    Another great Nowhere Man tale. Be sure to read the intro to Hurwitz's new novel, Out of the Dark. You'll rush to buy it. I've been a fan of Gregg Hurwitz since reading Orphan X. You will not be disappointed if you like well-defined stories with action and intrigue. ...

    Greggs done it again I am just getting into the OrphanX books, I can't put them down from the first page to the end. With this one once again I recommend it to everyone that love's a well written and thought out book. ...

  • Donne Knudsen
    Mar 21, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

    Just finished the most recent book in the series and needed more Orphan X so I decided to get this one. I kept putting this one off because I didn't want to spend $7 or a credit on a 30 minute book. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't worth that price. Evan Smoak is only in the story for a bri...

    Not much to learn from this super short story - as an apprentice journalist (the intern) is saved by Orphan X, when she was snooping at the church where Orphan X orchestrated the annihilation of the MS13 gang by his rivals. Then there's a few pages that serve as introduction to the co...

    If I was just reviewing and rating the Intern, it would have been a 3.5star rating. The Intern was a really quick short story with no real purpose that I can see. Who knows, maybe it will have some meaning in the next book. However, in the ebook version, there was the added bonus of...

  • Shannon
    Mar 29, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

    Just finished the most recent book in the series and needed more Orphan X so I decided to get this one. I kept putting this one off because I didn't want to spend $7 or a credit on a 30 minute book. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't worth that price. Evan Smoak is only in the story for a bri...

    Not much to learn from this super short story - as an apprentice journalist (the intern) is saved by Orphan X, when she was snooping at the church where Orphan X orchestrated the annihilation of the MS13 gang by his rivals. Then there's a few pages that serve as introduction to the co...

    If I was just reviewing and rating the Intern, it would have been a 3.5star rating. The Intern was a really quick short story with no real purpose that I can see. Who knows, maybe it will have some meaning in the next book. However, in the ebook version, there was the added bonus of...

    This honestly wasn't what I thought it was gonna be when I first bought this book (without reading the summary, of course), but it turned out to be pretty goddamn perfect. I never thought I'd see Evan take a case without it coming as a request for help, but he swooped in and saved the ...

  • Todd Oliver
    Feb 12, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

    Just finished the most recent book in the series and needed more Orphan X so I decided to get this one. I kept putting this one off because I didn't want to spend $7 or a credit on a 30 minute book. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't worth that price. Evan Smoak is only in the story for a bri...

  • Slaven Tomasi
    Dec 18, 2018

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

  • Linda
    Jan 02, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

    This story is very short. I can?t tell because of those Kindle e-numbers, but maybe 20 pages. Frankly, it?s too short, and Evan Smoak comes out looking more like a pseudo-superhero than a real-life human. Predictable plot, and a thumb-nail look into his ?character.? I really li...

    Just finished the most recent book in the series and needed more Orphan X so I decided to get this one. I kept putting this one off because I didn't want to spend $7 or a credit on a 30 minute book. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't worth that price. Evan Smoak is only in the story for a bri...

    Not much to learn from this super short story - as an apprentice journalist (the intern) is saved by Orphan X, when she was snooping at the church where Orphan X orchestrated the annihilation of the MS13 gang by his rivals. Then there's a few pages that serve as introduction to the co...

    If I was just reviewing and rating the Intern, it would have been a 3.5star rating. The Intern was a really quick short story with no real purpose that I can see. Who knows, maybe it will have some meaning in the next book. However, in the ebook version, there was the added bonus of...

    This honestly wasn't what I thought it was gonna be when I first bought this book (without reading the summary, of course), but it turned out to be pretty goddamn perfect. I never thought I'd see Evan take a case without it coming as a request for help, but he swooped in and saved the ...

    I don't think I like this new book publisher trend in making its awesome authors write these short stories. Have been a bit disappointed by every one. There simply isn't enough room to develop a story like we're used to seeing from our favorite authors. If the author wants to do this, ...

    This VERY short story (not nearly long enough to be considered a novella) is more like a chapter of a book, written to introduce us to the next Orphan X installment - Out of the Dark. It was included with the paperback issue of Hellbent, so get it from the library, as it's too short, e...

    I really like the Orphan X series, but the short stories confuse me. I clicked on the link at the end of The Intern to read an excerpt of Out of the Dark, and I was taken back to the beginning of the story that I had just read. Plus there seemed to be three separate vignettes in the st...

    OK story but very short. I didn't read it until I already had the next book. A bit disappointed that there was only one very short story and the first few chapters of the next book in the series. ...

    This very short book picks up where Hellbent left off with reporters sniffing around the crime scene looking for evidence of The Nowhere Man. Again, the story doesn't really add much to the Orphan X series but I'm still glad I listened to it! ...

    Hell yes, Orphan X is back ! Book 3.5 is just a very very literal short reminder of who Orphan X really is. The real deal of this one click buy is the preview of book 4 which is coming out not to soon for my taste.... ...

    Another great Nowhere Man tale. Be sure to read the intro to Hurwitz's new novel, Out of the Dark. You'll rush to buy it. I've been a fan of Gregg Hurwitz since reading Orphan X. You will not be disappointed if you like well-defined stories with action and intrigue. ...

  • Ivan
    Feb 13, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...

    Hurwitz may be adding a little too much Batman to Orphan X's entrances, but his writing style never fails to captivate. A good teaser for next year's release. ...

    Way too short, but Hurwitz packs quite a bit of action (and violence) into 16 pages. It?s the preview of the next book that really make the $0.99 investment worthwhile, though. I cannot wait for Book Four. ...

    This is a very quick story. I liked how it showcased just what the Nowhere man is about. But I really liked was how Aurora discovered what a real man was like. ...

    so short, more of a tease since I can't get enough of this series! ...

    I have read all the Orphan X books and was excited for a short story before the release of the next book. While to short story itself would have rated 4.5 stars, I had to cut that in half because we got less than 25% of a short story (compared to others in the genre). This book seem...

    The Intern requires you to suspend disbelief even more so than with most of the other Orphan X stories. A reporter is aiming for a scoop to earn him a better job. Together with a summer intern, they find themselves in significant danger. Enter, out of nowhere, the Nowhere Man to save ...

    The Intern is a new Orphan X short story which takes place following the events of Hellbent. Think of this as a quick appetizer before the main course. If you are in need of an Evan Smoak fix, this is the perfect little read to tide you over until the release of Out of the Dark comin...

  • 3 no 7
    Jan 19, 2019

    $.99 for one chapter is a ripoff. 15 pages of original story and a 60 page preview of the new novel. The story isn't very fleshed out. It's just Orphan X stepping in to stop a crime. I feel a bit cheated. ...

    Three stars for the (very) short story, the kind authors usually offer their fans for free on their websites. Zero stars for charging 99 cents for 15 pages of story and the rest a preview of the upcoming novel. I?m a fan of Hurwitz?s Orphan X books, but I?m not a fan of this k...

    Just a short taste, an appetizer if you will, not really enough to be a story. ...

    Pitiful excuse for a story. A 16-page story about a inexperienced male reporter dragging a young female intern into a dangerous situation, where he runs off. Miraculously and inexplicably, she is (view spoiler)[saved by Orphan X (hide spoiler)] . Obvious what was omitted, I'm sure. Rea...

    A nice short, very short story. Really about a chapter long. By itself not much. Even at $0.99. Biding time until the next Orphan X novel hits the stands. ...

    Meet Lucas, a reporter trying to make a name for himself by chasing an urban legend in an abandoned church in LA, just North of Pico, near the 101. The church where ?someone? took out a gang of MS-13, the gang from The Mara Salvatrucha. This wet under the ears reporter accompanied ...

    A very short novella of some 20 pages where each page packed a punch. I can't wait for the new book in January. ...

    It?s a fine little tiny story that took 7 minutes to read. most of the book is a preview of book 4. Not worth the $0.99 ...

    ?The Intern? by Gregg Hurwitz is a short story featuring Orphan X. Readers get a glimpse of ?The Nowhere Man? at work through an incident from the past. Hurwitz sets the stage with anticipation and perhaps dread. ?According to the reports, a lot of people had died there.? ...