Undercover Madness

Undercover Madness Light bulbs still serenade River Madden but at least the hapless schizophrenic has a job now As the newest recruit at Dimensional Protective Service River s anxious to prove himself His first assign

  • Title: Undercover Madness
  • Author: K.S. Ferguson
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  • Page: 312
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Undercover Madness

    Light bulbs still serenade River Madden, but at least the hapless schizophrenic has a job now As the newest recruit at Dimensional Protective Service, River s anxious to prove himself His first assignment rescue a scientist who s been lost in D space while crossing between dimensions When River finds his target, the man s dead The Neanderthal priests claim the demonsLight bulbs still serenade River Madden, but at least the hapless schizophrenic has a job now As the newest recruit at Dimensional Protective Service, River s anxious to prove himself His first assignment rescue a scientist who s been lost in D space while crossing between dimensions When River finds his target, the man s dead The Neanderthal priests claim the demons did it Smokey, River s hard bargaining demon friend, says they didn t The light bulbs aren t talking To complicate matters, there s a Chinese mole at DPS no, not the furry kind stealing the secrets of interdimensional travel and imperiling the fragile relationship between humans, Neans, and Raptors.Can River unravel the web of lies and spies to find a killer If he does, will it cost him another uniform

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    1. Lisa Reads & Reviews

      Sometimes a novel projects in my imagination like a comic book, or graphic novel, if you prefer. I'm not certain why, but they tend to YA, although not always, and are always humorous. Not to say each character is 2-dimensional, this series has a vivid protagonist and other well-sketched characters. I think the character of Dodo, a raptor-like critter with fluttering blue eyes and a keen scientific brain--she alone is worth the price of admission. The others are bit-actors, but serve the purpose [...]

    2. Gloria Piper

      Have you ever had a day where nothing seems to go right? River Madden's days are like that every day. He gets blamed for his failures and for his successes. All through this, he struggles to act like a normal guy while hiding his schizophrenia. This means he must distinguish between hallucinations and those things that only the select can see. And he is select, a Super Talent, newly recruited as a trainee for Dimensional Protection Services. Among the multiverse the earth universe is E-Prime. Th [...]

    3. James McCormick

      Taking place where the previous book leaves off, Undercover Madness begins with River Madden now a trainee with Dimensional Protective Services (DPS), desperate to impress and make friends not exactly for his own sake but for his beloved Sammie. It isn’t easy trying to be ‘normal’ and there’s lots of humour as he tries and fails to do just that. Yet this though only serves to make this flawed protagonist all the more likeable. For me, River is an amazing character because behind his insa [...]

    4. Winifred Morris

      Undercover Madness is a very funny, action-filled story about multiple dimensions inhabited by descendants of the dinosaurs and Neanderthals, plus a few zombies. There’s also a dimension where humans became the dominant species, and then there are the demons who rule the Between. Now that the dinos, Neans, and humans have learned how to cross the Between, problems are bound to occur, requiring the attention of Dimensional Protective Services where River Madden is a new recruit. I’m a fan of [...]

    5. Emily

      K.S. Ferguson's done it again!If you've read Ms. Ferguson's first book (Touching Madness), you're familiar with River Madden, her schizophrenic, slightly awkward, and always charmingly wry hero. And you know he messes up sometimes. It happens, when lightbulbs sing to you. Well, he messes up pretty big here. But some of the fun of this book--what makes it just as delightful as the first--is that he messes up believably, in a way that you imagine a schizophrenic young man who's been homeless for a [...]

    6. E.M. Cooper

      ‘Undercover Madness’ is the fast-paced, hilarious sequel to ‘Touching Madness'. Our unassuming and unpredictable hero, River Madden is the new recruit at the Dimensional Protective Services. River suffers from schizophrenia; he hears light bulbs singing and listens for patterns in clicking heat ducts as he attends classes with fellow talents. Unfortunately his professor thinks he’s a miscreant and an unsuitable representative of humanity in joint ventures with the Raptors and Neanderthal [...]

    7. K.P. Merriweather

      Undercover MadnessNot realising this was a sequel, the novel stands strong as a stand alone title.What a very strange trip (though not very hip) this was! This surreal absurdist fantasy (with strong action/adventure elements) follows River Madden after he drops the ball on a simple retrival mission that threatens his (and everyone else's) very existence! Poor dude can't catch a break, as he's confronted from all sides - zombies, demons, g-men and with big conspiracies, budding relationships, pol [...]

    8. JJ

      Sweet, humorous, and moving. River Madden has no education, no skills, and is mentally ill, but he is the only super talent who can make dimensional fractures and travel robeless through D-space without turning into a vegetable. River begins his training as a DPS agent and is swiftly lured into a mission which leads to his recruitment as an FBI source. Drawn into a web of politics, River finds himself hunting for a mole in his agency, mending rifts between the demons and humans, and struggling t [...]

    9. Michael Gardner

      I read Touching Madness and really enjoyed it. I admit I was nervous picking up the sequel. Following up a top notch first book in a series is hard to do well, but Undercover Madness raises the stakes and delivers, picking up right where book one left off – literally. Poor old River only gets three days off between books.Undercover Madness is another wild roller coaster with River Madden’s foot planted firmly on the accelerator. There are a lots of plot threads, which are sometimes confusing [...]

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