Remember to Recycle: Psychological Suspense (The Agents of the Nevermind Book 2)

Remember to Recycle Psychological Suspense The Agents of the Nevermind Book What if the homeless men going through your recycling know about your life than you do Like who is going to die One of the recyclers Dave wearing disguises he keeps under a bridge memorizes the inf

  • Title: Remember to Recycle: Psychological Suspense (The Agents of the Nevermind Book 2)
  • Author: Tantra Bensko
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  • Page: 176
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What if the homeless men going through your recycling know about your life than you do Like who is going to die One of the recyclers, Dave, wearing disguises he keeps under a bridge, memorizes the information in people s bins He, like many others, idolizes the Rescuers, a supposedly neutral, unarmed humanitarian aid group in a Balkanized country, as the possibilityWhat if the homeless men going through your recycling know about your life than you do Like who is going to die One of the recyclers, Dave, wearing disguises he keeps under a bridge, memorizes the information in people s bins He, like many others, idolizes the Rescuers, a supposedly neutral, unarmed humanitarian aid group in a Balkanized country, as the possibility of WWIII looms The Nevermind Agents lie on the evening news to garner support for proxy wars They say the Rescuers are unarmed, neutral, and giving humanitarian aid to a Balkanized country Their movie about them is a blockbuster Rescuer costumes are the bit hit for Halloween But it s time to unmask them And that requires a plan so ingenious, even the planner can t know how it s done Living not far away from Dave s bridge, Becky donates generously to the Rescuers, making her finances even insecure She doesn t know what to think when she finds things in her apartment moved slightly The toothbrush is wet There s a stain on the ironing board The cat food is nearly gone Is it her imagination Is someone messing with her mind Could it be Stan, breaking in because he loves her He certainly loves putting her body into mysterious BDSM contortions for their videos But what s that muffled moan she hears in the background when she calls him on the phone Becky hires her friend to spy on Stan The woman has gone underground since escaping from the Nevermind she wears a wig, and a mask meant for burn victims She has traveled across the country to befriend Becky, taking a chance on an anonymous message recommending she do so, though she doesn t yet know the reason Thrills for thinkers Mature subject matter, some rough language, creepy images, and a rousing, upbeat ending that will make you feel great If you like conspiracy fiction, or Mary Higgins Clark, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Mr Robot, Girl on the Train, Shutter Island, Memento, Eyes Wide Shut, The Magus, The Manchurian Candidate, El Internado, or The Fifth Assassin, read it Mystery and conspiracy lovers rejoice Standout author Tantra Bensko is back with another incredible mystery adventure It s a complex, intricately woven plotline that culminates in an ending that s as dark and outre as anything Stephen King ever wrote Seriously, this book ties itself up with a d nouement so sinister, you ll be stunned Publishers Daily Reviews

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    1. Tantra Bensko

      My psychological suspense series is The Agents of the Nevermind The intelligence agents manage cults, secret societies, propaganda, false flags, hypnosis, mind control, occult and paranormal movements, blackmail, murderCan they be outwitted I currently teach fiction writing through UCLA X Writing Program, Writers, and my Online Writing Academy I have a couple hundred stories in magazines and anthologies, an MA from FSU and MFA from the Iowa Writers Workshop.Since says the Youtube videos are invalid for some reason, here are the trailers for the novels Glossolalia Psychological Suspenseyoutu B1dlvUgiFL4Remember to Recycle Psychological Suspense youtu t5ZynXe1pys

    909 thoughts on “Remember to Recycle: Psychological Suspense (The Agents of the Nevermind Book 2)”

    1. This book is said to be a “five-star sequel to the author’s acclaimed debut novel.” 7 pages of glowing “Professional Reviews” preempt its beginning. Am I so jaded that I failed to agree? I'm not usually one to trash a book, but she did it first. Nancy, the so far main character, is sitting in a closed-in porch she rents. She is not wearing her medical burn mask or wig. There is the fog. One of her piano students is playing a Mozart assignment next door. An ice cream truck plays a piano [...]


    2. What an exciting book! “Remember to Recycle” book 2 from “The Agents of the Nevermind” series by Tantra Bensko, is absolutely thrilling and suspenseful. I am such a fan of mystery and have liked conspiracies since I was young – I knew when I saw this novel that it was the right read for me. Some thrillers are just that; they give you a thrill, and then you’re done. But because “Remember to Recycle” is laced with intrigue and mystery, it’s so much more. This novel really respect [...]


    3. This book is a mind blowing story that kept me turning page after page. Come to think about it it relates a ton to current political events world wide that are now getting a lot of attention this fictional adaptation is a tremendous story that really stands alone even if you haven't read the first book (although you really should).All in all 5 stars and will definitely be expecting more from the author.


    4. Holy sh*t! I don't even know where to start. I'm still reeling from the ride and can't distinguish if I have been mind f*cked or had my mind blown. I would hazard a guess as both; first f*cked then blown.First let me tell you this is part of a series. I did not know that. I was led to this book by BookTasters, (thank you), who were offering as a review consideration book. I prefer to go into those books with little to no information beside genres. So I read it as a standalone. I did suspect, aft [...]


    5. Remember To Recycle is an interesting suspense story following three characters, Nancy an ex-Nevermind agent with a taste for investigation, Becky an aspiring artist struggling to create a future with her past holding her back, and a shifty homeless Recycler with an obsession for disguises and spoken for women. This story is uniquely told showcasing each character and how the storylines intersect. I would recommend the Nevermind series to anyone who likes suspense stories centered in conspiracie [...]


    6. This was a book that you definitely could not judge by its cover. This book was unlike anything that I have read before but seems to be something that I will read again. This is the second book in the series so it was a little bit of a struggle to get going but do not stop and keep turning the pages or you will upset with yourself. This story switched between Becky and Nancy telling their story and even switched between first and third person POV, which is something that I usually do not care fo [...]


    7. The author has created a world that is a little too real for comfort.“Nancy dreamed at the oddest times. She’d never established a normal sleep schedule in her life. Lately, dreaming was different from what it had been like before, back when her dreams had been controlled by her handlers in the Agency, switching her life around in the craziest ways. So surreal.” And that really is how I felt while reading this well-executed novel. It was surreal and a bit frightening when you consider life [...]


    8. *No Spoilers*Remember to Recycle by Tantra Bensko is a psychological thriller filled with suspense and a combination of conspiracy, corruption, paranoia and mystery. Not knowing that it is the second part of a book series, I read it as a standalone, and I kid you not, this book was one hell of an amazing mind blowing read. The author's creative writing style is what I absolutely love about this book. Taking up serious issues like abuse, government corruption, manipulation, political conspiracy, [...]


    9. I really enjoyed this book. It had a kind of creepy feel, in a "I'm never putting my recycling out unless all evidence of my life is erased from it" sort of way! I like how Bensko wrote from several characters point of view. It really grabbed my attention and kept me interested. I suspect there are many mental disorders in this book and it's interesting to see how each character handles their own instabilities. The relationships in the book are clearly defined, Nancy and Becky have an interestin [...]


    10. I was lucky enough to get a free copy of this book from the author through twitter. (Book reads).For me this is a story worth reading. I find myself even now after reading this story (& some chapters more than once) still thinking about the book. The characters are complex and have a secret that keeps you intrigued. Dave the recycler came across as slightly stalker but almost all knowing. Followed with the paranoia of Nancy and Becky. Brilliant. The writing is very well done, with changes fr [...]


    11. This book is amazing. I was a little worried not to understand it because this is the second book and I didn’t read the first, but it was only a little part that I couldn’t fully get. I could still follow and enjoy immensely this story. I was expecting something really exciting, with twists and that made me gasp, and I really got it. Some aspects felt really close, and some others sounded like the dystopian story it is, but as a whole, it’s really interesting.English is not my first langua [...]


    12. The much awaited follow-up to Glossolalia (one of those books that shines in memory, *haunts* long after you put it down ), but don't fret: Remember to Recycle functions perfectly as a stand-alone production and, in my view, you wouldn't lose anything experientially if - owing to circumstance - you happened to read Glossololia after: they truly enhance each other (heroine Nancy is the string that ties them together). In terms of content, the novel is very much its own animal. One might recall th [...]



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