Length: 480 Pages
'Outstanding in every way' Lee Child
'The page turned of the season' The Times
'Do you need my help?'
It was the first question he asked.
They called him when they had nowhere else to turn.
As a boy Evan Smoak was taken from an orphanage.
Raised and trained in a top secret programme, he was sent to bad places to do things the government denied ever happened.
Then he broke with the programme, using what he'd learned to vanish. Now he helps the desperate and deserving.
But someone's on his trail.
Someone who knows his past and believes that the boy once known as Orphan X must die . . .
'Read this book. You will thank me later' David Baldacci
'A rival to reacher' The Independent
If you loved Orphan X, read the gripping follow-up The Nowhere Man and pe-order the brand new sequel Out of the Dark!
Length: 480 Pages
Orphan X blows the doors off most thrillers I've read and catapults the readers on a cat-and-mouse that feels like a missile launch. Read this book. You will thank me later
Orphan X is his best yet - a real celebration of all the strengths Gregg Hurwitz brings to a thriller
Orphan X is the most gripping, high-octane thriller I've read in a long, long time!
Orphan X is most exciting new series character since Jack Reacher. A page-turning masterpiece of suspense
Mind blowing! A perfect mix of Jason Bourne and Jack Reacher
Orphan X is the most exciting thriller I've read since The Bourne Identity ... A new thriller superstar is born!
Orphan X is not good. Orphan X is great. Whatever you like best in a thriller - action, plot, character, suspense - Orphan X has it
A new series character to rival Reacher . . . anyone reading Orphan X won't be surprised that a cadre of peers, from Tess Gerritsen to Lee Child, have lined up to praise it
Bestseller Hurwitz melds non-stop action and high-tech gadgetry with an acute character study in this excellent series opener . . . Evan Smoak is an electrifying character
In terms of plot, characters, suspense and innovation, Orphan X is outstanding . . . I've always thought that one reason for Tom Clancy's success was the endless detail he provided about military hardware, and that the James Bond novels benefited from the loving attention Ian Fleming devoted to the martinis, expensive cars and gorgeous women he so admired. Hurwitz outdoes both writers . . . Orphan X is a smart, stylish, state-of-the-art thriller. It's also the start of a series, one that might give Lee Child's Jack Reacher books a run for their money