Knowledge can set you free, but fear will help you rule. So it came to be that on the same day, at the same minute and the same second, ten of the most populous cities around the world were destroyed, leaving no known survivors. The spies and covert groups were blamed, hunted down and destroyed by better agents. Agents that can read minds, punch through walls, and controlKnowledge can set you free, but fear will help you rule. So it came to be that on the same day, at the same minute and the same second, ten of the most populous cities around the world were destroyed, leaving no known survivors. The spies and covert groups were blamed, hunted down and destroyed by better agents. Agents that can read minds, punch through walls, and control the actions of others, working for an organization as old as the Roman Empire itself. When their first rogue agent in history wakes up with no memories, covered in bruises and targeted for execution, it's up to him to recover his past and reveal the secret of their powers. But first, he must decipher his name and answer the question that plagues them all: What is your greatest fear?...
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Zero Frequency Reviews
This is such a great, fast-paced book! If you're a fan of movies like The Bourne Identity and The Matrix, you'll definitely enjoy this book. In a world where an authoritarian police state rules a population that seems almost unaware of its own imprisonment, the unnamed and amnesiac protagonist is swept away by members of the rebellion of rogue agents that he was once a part of. I particularly enjoyed the fast pace of the book. It very much reads like an action film. However, unlike most of the action books I find on Amazon, the wild action stops every once in a while to further develop the characters and build on the world Utomi creates. What's great is that when this happens, the momentum of the story doesn't slow down, and in fact sucks the reader deeper into the story: These intervals allow the reader time to really care for the characters and the world they live in, and each time they reenter danger, the reader understands more and more what is at stake.I can't really talk too much about the other characters; while they appear early in the book, they have a lot of secrets (at least to the protagonist, who suffers from amnesia) that are gradually revealed throughout the story. The story is definitely about the protagonist and sometimes treats him as the special messiah with untapped potential, like Neo, but nearly all of the characters (and even the antagonists) get a lot of development. This is a pleasant surprise for an action story. None of the characters are completely good or completely evil - they all have flaws, and seem very realistic.This action scifi book was definitely a gem to read, and will definitely keep you turning the pages.
The main character wakes up in a bathroom, bloody and bruised, not knowing who he is, or what has happened in the past. And when two men come in, he was attacked. This book really starts off with a bang. There are sci fi elements in this book, though I think it leans more towards dystopian fiction. It's very fascinating, however, because you don't know everything at the beginning of the novel--you find out as the protagonist does. This book is also very fast paced, well written, and it's a very promising new series! I can't wait to read more.
I’ve always loved the Sci-Fi genre, especially dystopian fiction. That’s exactly what this novel is—except there are also aspects of thriller and mystery that threw me for a loop, in the best of ways. I thought ‘Zero Frequency’ has an incredibly captivating premise, and I just had to know what one rogue agent was able to find out about his past, and the ultimate implications it had for the fate of humanity. On the whole, I thought it was a fast paced, thrilling read, bringing together the best of the genres described above. Definitely worth your time.
An exhilarating read with all the fun and games of a thriller, Zero Frequency is a fast track to a must-finish read. It felt like a mix between Jason Bourne and James Bond, with a delicious salting of sci-fi to up the tension. Good dialogue, pretty good character development, but an all-around fun and thrilling read designed to keep the pages turning - delicious!*Knocked down a star for bad proofing. My inner editor weeped the whole way through the book.
ZERO FREQUENCY was a smart and clever story and I liked how layered the story was. I will continue the series.