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Evan Smoak―government assassin gone rogue―returns in Hellbent, an engrossing, unputdownable thriller from Gregg Hurwitz, the latest in his #1 international bestselling Orphan X series.

Taken from a group home at age twelve, Evan Smoak was raised and trained as an off-the-books government assassin: Orphan X. After he broke with the Orphan Program, Evan disappeared and reinvented himself as the Nowhere Man, a man spoken about only in whispers and dedicated to helping the truly desperate.

But this time, the voice on the other end is Jack Johns, the man who raised and trained him, the only father Evan has ever known. Secret government forces are busy trying to scrub the remaining assets and traces of the Orphan Program and they have finally tracked down Jack. With little time remaining, Jack gives Evan his last assignment: find and protect his last protégé and recruit for the program.

But Evan isn’t the only one after this last Orphan―the new head of the Orphan Program, Van Sciver, is mustering all the assets at his disposal to take out both Evan (Orphan X) and the target he is trying to protect.

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"Hellbent is carved from the same cloth of not only Lee Child, but also David Baldacci, and it proves Hurwitz to be every bit the equal of both of them. This is raw, visceral action writing layered with rare depth and emotion, making Hellbent an early contender for one of the best thrillers of the year." Providence Journal

"A beautifully crafted story that builds on the previous two books in surprising and unsettling ways." ―Winnipeg Free Press

"Hellbent is Gregg Hurwitz firing on all cylinders." ―The Guardian (UK)

"Must read!" ―New York Post

"Where there''s Smoak, there''s firepower. The only thing better than a great book is a series in which each book is exponentially better than the last. It''s not a feat that can be pulled off by just any author, but it''s viscerally powerful when done right and Hellbent is as right as it gets." ―The Oklahoman

"This is a great novel... do not miss this one." ―Booklist (starred review)

"As well-done as the rest of the series and bloody good fun." ―Kirkus Reviews

"This one is personal... fans of the first two books will enjoy this nail-biting, twisty thriller." ―Library Journal


About the Author

GREGG HURWITZ is the New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen novels, including the #1 international bestseller Orphan X, the first in a series of thrillers featuring Evan Smoak. He has also written young adult novels: The Rains and its sequel, The Last Chance. Hurwitz''s books have been shortlisted for numerous literary awards, graced top ten lists, and have been translated into twenty-eight languages.

Hurwitz is also a New York Times bestselling comic book writer, having penned stories for Marvel (Wolverine, The Punisher) and DC (Batman). Additionally, he has written screenplays for many major studios and written, developed, and produced television for various networks.

Hurwitz resides in Los Angeles with two Rhodesian ridgebacks.

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Michael Sherer
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Best Book Yet
Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2018
I worried when I read “The Nowhere Man,” Evan Smoak’s second outing. I worried that he had become too cartoonish, a comic book hero who somehow withstands every punch, blade or bullet thrown at him. And I worried that Gregg Hurwitz, one of my all-time favorite authors may... See more
I worried when I read “The Nowhere Man,” Evan Smoak’s second outing. I worried that he had become too cartoonish, a comic book hero who somehow withstands every punch, blade or bullet thrown at him. And I worried that Gregg Hurwitz, one of my all-time favorite authors may have lost his golden touch, combining beautiful prose with believable characters and non-stop action, all while suspending my disbelief.

I needn’t have lost sleep. “Hellbent” does all of the above, and more. Hurwitz strikes emotional chords like a concert pianist, notes unlike any I’ve seen or felt since one of my favorites of his, “The Survivor.” And despite its bittersweet yet satisfying ending, Hurwitz leaves plenty of untied threads and emotional room for Evan to grow.

Hurwitz has written some terrific books, but in many ways “Hellbent” may be his Best. Book. Yet.
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TMStyles
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The End Of The Old And Beginning Of The New
Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2018
"Hell Bent" is the third in Hurwitz'' Orphan X series and is a must read if you are an Orphan X fan, and, if you aren''t, you should definitely explore the series. Evan Smoak is a former member of a secret government training program for future assassins known as the... See more
"Hell Bent" is the third in Hurwitz'' Orphan X series and is a must read if you are an Orphan X fan, and, if you aren''t, you should definitely explore the series. Evan Smoak is a former member of a secret government training program for future assassins known as the Orphan Program. After the program was shut down, former Orphans began dying as a secret cabal within the government was desperate to wipe out any last remnants of the program to leave no traces behind. Smoak, known as the nowhere man because he was only whispered about and seldom seen, has become the top target due to his superb training and skills and apparently because he possibly knows something from his past that endangers powerful people.

The leader of the termination program, Van Sciver, is also a former Orphan now working for someone within the government dedicated to destroying all remnants of the top secret program and he wants Evan in the worst way. Hoping to use him as bait, Van Sciver catchs up to Evan''s former mentor and father figure, Jack Johns. But Johns makes a last request of Evan before dying--find and protect his last remaining protege before Van Sciver does.

This initiates an exciting and suspenseful thriller where significant back story of Orphan X is revealed, new and old characters are fleshed out, an intriguing 16 year-old Orphan, Joey, is introduced, old scores are settled, and a new direction for the Nowhere Man is revealed. "Hell Bent" is somewhat of a temporary conclusion to the first three novels in this series and it also opens the door for the future. Along the way, readers witness the beginnings of a true humanization of Evan as he learns much about the life he was denied while being trained--a humanization forced on him by becoming the protector and mentor to his own Orphan. Hurwitz has created a series and a character that has zoomed to the top of my must read list. Highly recommended.
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Always upping the ante
Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2018
This is the third book in a highly suspenseful series. Evan Smoak (not his real name) was a highly trained assassin in a covert government unit. When he mustered himself out, he began a career of freelancing to help desperate people. The government, naturally, has no wish... See more
This is the third book in a highly suspenseful series. Evan Smoak (not his real name) was a highly trained assassin in a covert government unit. When he mustered himself out, he began a career of freelancing to help desperate people. The government, naturally, has no wish to allow this valuable asset to go his own way. In the first volume, he discovered that his former compatriots were hot on his trail. In the second installment, he succeeded in fighting off nearly a legion of his former foes. Now, he''s up against even more enemies, homegrown and bent upon his destruction. But he isn''t the only one in peril, and now he not only has to save himself, he has to save someone else, as well as avenge the death of his mentor. It always seems as if his perils can''t get any worse, and then they do; his enemies range from low level to the highest rank. And somehow, he manages to outwit, outfight, and win despite being outnumbered and out-equipped. This is an out-and-out thrilling read. But it was the first book that really got me glued to each page. This is an exciting book, but the first was the best.
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Joanna J
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Another exciting instalment in the Orphan X series
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2019
Hellbent is the third book in the bestselling Orphan X series, about Evan Smoak, a retired secret government assassin trained from childhood to be a fully deniable weapon, who seeks redemption by helping people in serious trouble as his alter ego, the Nowhere Man. I highly... See more
Hellbent is the third book in the bestselling Orphan X series, about Evan Smoak, a retired secret government assassin trained from childhood to be a fully deniable weapon, who seeks redemption by helping people in serious trouble as his alter ego, the Nowhere Man. I highly recommend reading these in order as while each adventure does stand alone, there is a lot of important character development going on that needs to be read in context.

Evan’s nemesis, the ice cold Orphan Y, Charles Van Scriver, is out to terminate any orphans who have left the programme, especially Orphan X, due to his long held jealousy and desire for revenge. Kidnapping his mentor, Jack Johns, has the intended effect of setting Evan on the warpath, but the unplanned complication of a tough but vulnerable teenage girl means he suddenly has to go about his mission in a very different way.

I enjoyed this just as much as the previous books, especially the returning characters and Evan learning how to be a human being, one step at a time. It’s very violent with some hardcore action scenes as well as some pretty unpleasant torture scenes, but there are also lighter moments and even some highly emotion moments.

As ever there is a bit too much about weapons, hacking and fancy vodkas, but these are now essential parts of these books and I didn’t do too much eye-rolling. The ending sets us up perfectly for the next book which is released in two days time, giving me the perfect excuse to start it very soon as I was lucky enough to get an ARC of it.
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A trifecta for Greg Hurwitz
Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2018
It''s a trifecta for Greg Hurwitz. The third in the series of Orphan X books is every bit as good as the first two and Evan Smoak definitely has legs as an action hero. Hurwitz writing is smooth, the attention to details only enhance rather than bog down the story and the... See more
It''s a trifecta for Greg Hurwitz. The third in the series of Orphan X books is every bit as good as the first two and Evan Smoak definitely has legs as an action hero. Hurwitz writing is smooth, the attention to details only enhance rather than bog down the story and the sub-plots all tie together in a way that is satisfying without being contrived. As in the first two, the action comes often, is graphic in the telling and the bad guys are truly evil. The big difference in this book is Smoak, a merciless avenger and killer, shows he has a bit of humanity in him when he is forced into protecting a 16 year old girl who has been dropped from the Orphan program. Their relationship, though somewhat trite in that it starts out very rocky until it softens as they spend more time together, is a refreshing counterpoint to the male dominated rest of the story. If you liked the first two in the series this is a must read. If you are just getting started this book can stand alone, but I suggest starting from the beginning so you have all the background.
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Lindinva
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This time it''s personal
Reviewed in the United States on May 25, 2021
The Orphan program took unwanted children from orphanages and foster homes and groomed them to become government assassins. But now someone high in the government wants all survivors of this program terminated. Evan Smoak had left the organization years earlier and created... See more
The Orphan program took unwanted children from orphanages and foster homes and groomed them to become government assassins. But now someone high in the government wants all survivors of this program terminated. Evan Smoak had left the organization years earlier and created an isolated life for himself involving safe houses, multiple identities, and shell corporations. He had only made one true connection in the program. Jack Johns was his trainer, mentor and surrogate father. The government made a big mistake when they killed him. Evan is determined to wreak vengeance on those responsible. But there are other factors at play. Jack left a cryptic message shortly before his death. His latest project was protecting a sixteen year old girl who had washed out of the program. She is now Evan''s responsibility. There is also a thirteen year old boy on the hit list. Fortunately, collecting these children can be done at the same time as killing their captors. However, going after them exposes Evan Smoak to the assassins and he is their primary target. This is another tense entry into the Orphan X series and expands on Evan Smoak''s back story and personality. As with all series, it is best to start with book one as there are definitely recurring characters.
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Liza
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Cruel and compassionate book
Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2018
It''s a remarkable book. And a remarkable hero. An orphan Evan picked up from a terrible foster home and brought up to be a killer for the government. But,luckily for the sad little boy,Even was trained and taught by a good man who let the boy see the... See more
It''s a remarkable book.
And a remarkable hero.
An orphan Evan picked up from a terrible foster home and brought up to be a killer for the government.
But,luckily for the sad little boy,Even was trained and taught by a good man who let the boy see the other,human side of life.
The book is about the legacy of that dead mentor of Evan who left a teenage girl Joey for Evan to take care of.
They stay together and fight to survive and the lonely killer grows fond of that vulnerable and strong girl, starting to love her as a father would love a daughter.
And it is incredibly sad for Evan to realize that he can never have a normal life he craves for and a daughter he could love, so he desperately wants to give a new start and a new life to Joey.
Hellbent is a book which made me sad and happy at the same time and feel deep sympathy for the main hero-Evan.
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Mindo'ermatter
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Intense Fast Read! As Orphan X Joins Your Life!
Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2020
Strong 4.5 stars! This was my first Gregg Hurwitz read, and I was both surprised and delighted with the author''s imaginative storyline and intense writing style. I''m sorry I hadn''t found this series and author earlier. Orphan X, a/k/a Evan Smoak, is a renegade... See more
Strong 4.5 stars! This was my first Gregg Hurwitz read, and I was both surprised and delighted with the author''s imaginative storyline and intense writing style. I''m sorry I hadn''t found this series and author earlier.

Orphan X, a/k/a Evan Smoak, is a renegade black ops group survivor, trying now to stay alive, while helping desperate people get out of impossible situations. It''s easy to like him because the author skillfully lets us get into his memories, his mind, and his intentions.

Even though I jumped right into the middle of the series, I found this book an exciting standalone read. Now, I plan to read the rest of the series in order---something I''m looking forward to doing.

The author writes detailed but compact sentences, wisely adding specifics that add interest and momentum without detracting from the plotline. I found myself rereading several sections because of how well they were crafted. Wow! He made it fun to read so engaging content and dialogue.

Although I''m not a fan of profanity and vulgar language, the author''s limited use focused on specific characters and situations that did not detract from the storyline but were probably still unnecessary. Hurwitz''s strong storytelling dominates the whole work, something that held my attention right up to the last page.

Strong characters made the fast action story believable and compelling, while the many complications and twists only added to my reading enjoyment. I especially liked the book''s Audible supplemental narration that added to the suspense and storyline drama. A worthwhile addition.

Short chapters increase the story''s tensions, making this fast-paced thriller a fun and intense read.

It was much better than expected and a great escape read that will surprise and entertain you from beginning to end.
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Regency Belle
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Evan Smoak Rides Again
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 22, 2018
Absolutely thrilling book. I sat up all night to finish it and was never once distracted and I enjoyed every chapter. Smoak is a complex character, who is now coming to terms with his previous life as a government assassin. He is still Orphan X, with all the skills and...See more
Absolutely thrilling book. I sat up all night to finish it and was never once distracted and I enjoyed every chapter. Smoak is a complex character, who is now coming to terms with his previous life as a government assassin. He is still Orphan X, with all the skills and experience to help others as the Nowhere Man but in this book, we see how he is becoming more human. How, he is developing and changing due to his personal relationships. His ongoing on/off contact with Mia and Peter develops further but it is his protection of Joey, another orphan, rejected by the programme that trained him, that gives him an added dimension. We now start to see, what his life might have been or could be in the future. But first, he has to tackle the founder of the Orphan programme - a man who has gone right to the top of the US political system. The President better watch out as Orphan X is out to bring him to justice. I can’t wait to read about that in Gregg Hurwitz next book about Evan Smoak and those he fights to defend.
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Clive
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THE BEST YET FROM ORPHAN X
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 15, 2018
I''m quite a fan of Gregg Hurwitz and, having read most of his works, I''ve found that even the poorer ones are still pretty good and many are absolutely excellent. With the series starring Evan Smoak, that began with Orphan X, Mr Hurwitz has hit a deserved seam of success....See more
I''m quite a fan of Gregg Hurwitz and, having read most of his works, I''ve found that even the poorer ones are still pretty good and many are absolutely excellent. With the series starring Evan Smoak, that began with Orphan X, Mr Hurwitz has hit a deserved seam of success. The three books to date have progressed the story and, good as Orphan X was, The Nowhere Man ws better and now, with Hellbent, a new pinnacle is reached. The action and sophisticated violence that are hallmarks of these novels are here too but, this time, Evan Smoak''s icy cold facade is cracked and his innate humanity shows through. In short, there are more feelings on view here than in his previous outings and, here, it works really well. All of these books require quite a high level of suspension of disbelief but Hellbent does stretch that even further; there are some elements of the plot that are, genuinely, incredible. Not least is the timing that allows Smoak to destroy a whole criminal gang in one go. The character of Joey is extremely well crafted and the ending is such that the reader is teased into hoping to hear more of her in future works. Some of the other characters are less well fleshed out but the story doesn''t suffer as a result. I absolutely loved this book and I''m sure that you will too but, if you haven''t yet read the first two in this series, do so before reading Hellbent.
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healthysean
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Great Book, Great Character, Great Pace and Good Story
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 23, 2019
A Great author, A great Character, great book, again so nearly a five star. They called him Orphan X, Evan Smoak, The Nowhere Man he used to be a government secret weapon. Then he ran and became the man you call on when you''ve nowhere else to turn too, The Nowhere Man. This...See more
A Great author, A great Character, great book, again so nearly a five star. They called him Orphan X, Evan Smoak, The Nowhere Man he used to be a government secret weapon. Then he ran and became the man you call on when you''ve nowhere else to turn too, The Nowhere Man. This time it''s a teenage runaway called Joey. Like Evan she''s no innocent: she was brought up inside the same programme that raised him. Now Evan must find Joey before those hunting her do. Which is where the trouble begins. Because this might not be about Joey at all. And if it''s not, then it must be about Evan. But finding out why could kill them both ... But this time, the voice on the other end is Jack Johns, the man who raised and trained him, the only father Evan has ever known. Secret government forces are busy trying to scrub the remaining assets and traces of the Orphan Program and they have finally tracked down Jack. With little time remaining, Jack gives Evan his last assignment: find and protect his last protégé and recruit for the program. But Evan isn''t the only one after this last Orphan - the new head of the Orphan Program, Van Sciver, is mustering all the assets at his disposal to take out both Evan (Orphan X) and the target he is trying to protect Joey. A plucky great character in this book is the young Joey, adds a great touch to this story adds humour and chaos to the well organised life of Evan Smoak, but they do make a great team. Orphan chasing Orphan, but more do you need to make an exciting story, more Orphans! Action, pace, humour as usual. Great four star book
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Ambrose
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Dreadful clichéd lines and awful dialogue
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 14, 2018
This book is truly awful and not a patch on the first one in the series, ''Orphan X.'' It''s not even in the same league as its second rate follow up, ''The Nowhere Man.'' With cheesy lines like ''As she dug in her pocket, Joey gave her a look that bordered on toxic.'' and ''the...See more
This book is truly awful and not a patch on the first one in the series, ''Orphan X.'' It''s not even in the same league as its second rate follow up, ''The Nowhere Man.'' With cheesy lines like ''As she dug in her pocket, Joey gave her a look that bordered on toxic.'' and ''the bill had been placed demurely faced down'' this really is a load of clichéd tosh. Oh please! No more! One thing that redeemed it was that there wasn''t a character in it called Cody, which I half expected there to be, as that would really have been the pits.
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Brilliant
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 25, 2018
I loved it. I don''t care if it was impossible in reality I just love Evan Smoak. It was good to go on his journey with Joey instead of non stop action and anxiety (I worry about him so much and in the second book was constantly on edge). I loved how he dealt with his...See more
I loved it. I don''t care if it was impossible in reality I just love Evan Smoak. It was good to go on his journey with Joey instead of non stop action and anxiety (I worry about him so much and in the second book was constantly on edge). I loved how he dealt with his neighbour''s boyfriend, I felt his discomfort at having someone else in his prestine flat, I didn''t care that the way he dealt with the gang was mad I just loved it all. I was sad about the delightful Peter and Mia even if a cosy scenario was unlikely given Evan''s lifestyle. I was heartbroken to see Jack go too. Gregg Hurwitz just has the ability to make the reader CARE so much about the good guys. Am gutted that I''ve got to wait so long for another one!
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