Sequel?

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There is a possibility of a sequel, but I think that Agent Sliver would play a different role, hopefully, one that helps people instead of assassinating them.
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I think a sequel would be good. I've started to read this story, not yet finished, but I feel as if I there was a second book I would most defiantly read it.
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jcoad wrote: 31 Aug 2018, 22:21 If there is a sequel please god let the back story be told with anything but Newspaper Articles.
I agree. I would love to read a second book. The story is interesting and funny. But I don’t want to read two long chapters of articles ever again.
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I am about to read this story. I think it is intriguing. If there is any chance of a second book I think I would be very interested in reading a sequel.
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I think there would be a sequel that's why the ending is very thought-provoking and the readers would absolutely love it.
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I had the same question in my mind. I would be very happy, if it had one
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The author definitely left the door open for a sequel. I think there's a lot more to explore with the Board of Directors and Sliver underwent a lot of changes in this novel, so it'd be rad to see where these things take him.
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I don't think that there will be a sequel. The ending to me showed a sense of finality in Sliver's being and I felt that he was just going to live a simple life for the rest of his days.
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