The Jesus Injection

The Jesus Injection After an assassination attempt ruins his vacation Agent Buck is given a cryptic message by a dying drag queen The numbers match the date of Dr Timothy Shoulwater s death the noted scientist

  • Title: The Jesus Injection
  • Author: Eric Andrews-Katz
  • ISBN: 9781602827622
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Paperback
  • After an assassination attempt ruins his vacation, Agent Buck 98 is given a cryptic message by a dying drag queen 3 1 4 The numbers match the date of Dr Timothy Shoulwater s death, the noted scientist rud to have discovered a potential cure for the AIDS virus before his notes mysteriously disappeared Buck is paired with his former best friend turned rival Agent 49,After an assassination attempt ruins his vacation, Agent Buck 98 is given a cryptic message by a dying drag queen 3 1 4 The numbers match the date of Dr Timothy Shoulwater s death, the noted scientist rud to have discovered a potential cure for the AIDS virus before his notes mysteriously disappeared Buck is paired with his former best friend turned rival Agent 49, the lovely Miss Noxia von T ss ll, to investigate Dr Shoulwater s ex wife, the religious zealot and growing political advocate Dr Raven Evangelista, who sponsors a heavily conservative political platform while secretly pursuing personal and devious ambitions.But it s neither an anti gay political bomber nor the romantic pursuit of Richard, the handsome caterer he just met, that challenges Buck the most It s that before the end of the mission, Buck must keep Noxia from discovering his own darkest fear.

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    343 thoughts on “The Jesus Injection

    • I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Buck Miller, aka agent 98, his Hitchock-look-alike boss, agent 69 (whom he calls Muffin), and then his frenemy agent 46, whose real name we never learn - only her case-name, Noxia von Tussell (pronounced TOO-sel). It is a wry, bantering, fast-paced reversal of the James Bond genre, with a clear homage to "Get Smart" (without the absurdist slapstick). Buck and Noxia go up against a right-wing Christian organization out to purge America of moral decay - and we all k [...]


    • As you all know Mark likes to take a side-step every so often and read something different and now for something very different. I found this story to be very entertaining and all round fun. For me personally it was like reading a gay James Bond / special agent spoof. I don't know if it was intended that way, but the character names I found hilarious and gave it that sort of feel. The gay take on 007. Agent Buck 98 is sent on a mission with his rival, agent 46 code name Noxia von Tüssëll which [...]



    • This was a fun read! ry tongue-in-cheek. Lol.When I read the blurb I was really intrigued with the concept of a gay James Bond. I admit I was expecting a darker more serious story, which I do like, but this ended up being completely different in a way that was full of fun and action.Buck- your basic ‘Gay 007′, is described as an Orlando Bloom lookalike. He is full of himself, wry sarcasm and humor, but in a funny, highly comedic almost self-deprecating way. The way all the characters are int [...]


    • Interesting plot for a gay "who done it", but more far fetched for my personal taste. Noxia, Agent 69, Raven and Ann Margaret all in one book? For some too good to be true, for me, not so much. The settings were described with nice detail.Some over-the-top stereotyping of characters and some blatant tagging of all christian conservatives. Yes there are a proportionately large number of conservative Christians out there who hate gays let alone accept them, but not all are like that. This story se [...]


    • Zero Stars.This novel was terrible: badly constructed sentences ("Today's views are a lot more liberal than when we were all younger"), poorly defined AND comPLETELY unlikeable characters, "witty" dialogue/banter that just seems mean and not a little homophobic (which I KNOW is not the author's intent), and unBELIEVABLE situations (tripwire lasers?!?). ANDe author cuts away from the sex scenes like an old 50's melodrama.


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