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  • This is an essay not a book.

    This is an essay not a book. This is an essay not a book.

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  • Joey

    Really good short story, very touching in the end. On to the Prodigal Son which arrived in my library 16 hours ago, can't believe I haven't started it yet.

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  • Listed..

    Can’t go wrong with an Orphan X story. Pure unfiltered gripping story. Short read but even with long reads of this series... never enough. Enjoy...

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  • worth every cent

    The List is a novella in the Orphan X series by best-selling American author, Gregg Hurwitz. Joey Morales, the last Orphan in the black ops program that created Orphan X (aka Evan Smoak), is trying to live a “normal” life: an apartment near UCLA, classes in which she tries not to correct the professors too much. But then a female student, Becca Morgan suicides right in front of her, and Joey becomes aware that a particularly toxic culture prevalent in one of the frat houses is responsible. A List exists, on which the frat boys of Alpha Nu Upsilon crudely rate the women on campus. Becca Morgan’s name is on the list, Joey’s too. It’s not a situation Joey can tolerate. When she checks out the frat house, it quickly becomes apparent that the mindset of these boys will not be altered by conventional means, but Joey is a woman of many talents… A small dose of the Orphan X universe that is worth every cent.

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