Agony - EPISODE 2 of the nine-part, first season of the Debt Collector serial. SEASON ONE NOW COMPLETE.What's your life worth on the open market? A debt collector can tell you precisely.Lirium tries to forget Apple Girl, but a rough collection finds him spiraling deeper into the abyss. He faces a... show more
Agony - EPISODE 2 of the nine-part, first season of the Debt Collector serial. SEASON ONE NOW COMPLETE.What's your life worth on the open market? A debt collector can tell you precisely.Lirium tries to forget Apple Girl, but a rough collection finds him spiraling deeper into the abyss. He faces a one-way ticket to The Retirement Home for debt collectors, until his psych officer offers a way out.Agony is approximately 11,000 words or 44 pages, and is the second of nine episodes in the first season of The Debt Collector serial. This dark and gritty future-noir is about a world where your life-worth is tabulated on the open market and going into debt risks a lot more than your credit rating. For more about the Debt Collector serial, see DebtCollectorSeries.comContains mature content and themes. For young-adult-appropriate thrills, see Susan's bestselling Mindjack series. EPISODE LISTDelirium - Debt Collector 1Agony - Debt Collector 2Ecstasy - Debt Collector 3 Broken - Debt Collector 4 Driven - Debt Collector 5 Fallen - Debt Collector 6Promise - Debt Collector 7 Ruthless - Debt Collector 8 Passion - Debt Collector 9Debt Collector (Vol 1-3) - Delirium, Agony, EcstasyDebt Collector (Vol 4-6) - Broken, Driven, FallenDebt Collector (Vol 7-9) - Promise, Ruthless, Passion
Publish date: March 25th 2013
Publisher: Susan Kaye Quinn
Pages no: 44
Edition language: English
Series: Debt Collector (#2)
I really enjoyed this second book, if you are going to read this series, I recommend not getting one book at a time. Once you read one you are going to want to read the next one, so just save yourself the trouble and buy them all at once. Now I have to go buy the third book so I can find out what ha...
So, after reading Delirium—part I in Susan Kaye Quinn’s new mini-series—and connected enough with the characters, was left with enough intrigue about the storyline, to need to read on. So I was pretty excited when Agony released, and hopped right across to buy myself a copy. Did I enjoy it as much a...