Introduction to Mutant Jean


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350x560_neoncity_mutantjean_book_3.png Mutant Jean is currently in active development and will be the third novel in the Agents of DISRUPT series.

Mixed reality can provoke personal demons...

Would fame and fortune be enough to get you to ride an actual flying jetbike in a perilous race through a series of fantastical virtual worlds?

Even if it meant getting a link that connects your mind to the internet of things while you experience a cascade of heart-thumping emotions?


Walk this way. (No, this way!)

Jean is an independent MutantMaker whose very existence attracts the wrath of the biggest supplier of genetically modified organisms in Big City.

Her custom genetic modifications are so popular that she becomes a threat to the villain's dominance.

When Jean and her younger brother enter a popular tournament called The Games of Life, they set off a chain of events that puts everyone in the city at risk if they lose.

Can Jean win the game, vanquish the villain, save the world and get her shot at living happily ever after?

While on that hero’s journey, will Jean learn to choose self-compassion over perfectionism?

There's only one way to find out!

Read Mutant Jean today and get a glimpse of the world of tomorrow!

- cartoonish villains
- non-violent peril
- light humor
- mutual pining
- cotagonists to friends

Each of the Agents of DISRUPT novels is a complete standalone story that arrives at a satisfying conclusion. The main characters in each book do not continue into the next one. However, all the books share a common story world, some recurring characters, and a similar plot structure with a similar set of main characters in their tweens and twenties.

More of the same but different is a feature, not a bug! That said, each story investigates a different theme as the characters wrestle with the positive and negative repercussions of the emerging technologies that affect their/our lives.

If you enjoy books like Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, Warcross by Marie Lu, Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson, and Neuromancer by William Gibson because of the depictions of virtual reality and the great characters, then you may also enjoy the Agents of DISRUPT series.

Readers of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, and The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins may also find a lot to like in the Agents of DISRUPT stories.

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