An Agent Ko Spy Thriller book 1
by A.J. Terry
Because good spies aren't born. They're created.
The Agency has charted Ko Min-Jung’s progress for years until it finally extends her a formal invitation to join their ranks of elite recruits.
Ripped from her family, plucked from her familiar Pyongyang lifestyle, Ko is thrust into Academy existence. Her handlers are determined to wield her into an efficient, professional agent, equipped to protect North Korea from a wide array of threats and foreign aggression.
The only question is how much of Ko’s real self will remain after the training ends.
An engrossing new spy thriller series from A. J. Terry, who has won awards from IndieFab, Readers’ Favorite, The Book Club Network, and more. All royalties go directly to Liberty in North Korea and their underground railroad to bring refugees to freedom and safety.
One little mistake and she'll die...
This Book received a 4 Bark rating
To be honest, I wasn't sure I was going to like Ko at first, I knew her from another book and was definitely not a fan, but it didn't take me, or rather A.J. Terry, long to sympathetically immerse me into Ko's world.
One thing I will note is that while Marionette is an excellently written and riveting story, it isn't a strictly Christian book and is consequently gritty in its accurate portrayal of the cruelties faced by North Koreans.
Marionette is great start to A.J. Terry's intriguing new Agent Ko Spy Thriller series, and, I for one, am anxiously awaiting the next installment.
Tell Tale Book Reviews gives Marionette by A.J. Terry a 4 Bark rating.