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Winner of 2022 Earphones Award, Science Fiction, AudioFile Magazine 

A telekinetic assassin’s quest to avenge his parents’ murders triggers an all-out war between an eccentric cast of killers, from the New York Times and number one Audible.com best-selling duo Jeremy Robinson and R.C. Bray.

Jonas kills people...with his mind. He reaches out, focuses for a moment, and feels a snap of pain between his eyes. Then his target falls over dead: a hole in the center of their brains. The cause of death is unknown to all aside from Jonas, and his lone companion, Bubbles, a sarcastic AI with aspirations to be more human, or a serial killer. One of the two. Maybe both. Jonas calls his ability...mind bullet.

Sensing Jonas is lonely and depressed, Bubbles arranges for Madee, a Thai delivery woman by day and a thief by night, to enter his life. For a moment there are sparks. But chaos follows as the people Madee last robbed catch up to her. They also happen to be the Shrieking Ninjas. After surviving the assault, Jonas and Madee find themselves on the run with a $10 million hit called on Jonas.

Killers from all over the globe pursue the pair as they run for their lives, headlong into Jonas’ mysterious past, uncovering the surreal origins and extent of his abilities. They discover a dark and twisted history that threatens to unravel his mind and leave him susceptible to control. Working with Bubbles, Madee, and a growing list of new allies, Jonas battles his way through waves of assassins, some with abilities like his, all to protect the world from a recently discovered, untraceable weapon of mass destruction - himself.

©2021 Jeremy Robinson (P)2021 Podium Audio

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Fantastic

Loved this book, packed full of humour, adventure and plot twists..starting it again right now!

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Another great story

Jeremy Robinson and R.C Bray a perfect duo.

From Kaiju to paranormal activity, lost worlds and worlds and universes to come, Jeremy Robinson excels, add to that R.C Bray, the most fantastic narrator in the history of audio books, you can’t go wrong, listen and enjoy, you won’t be disappointed, in my personal opinion anyway.

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Amazing

As per usual Jeremy has produced amazing novel thats sure to hit the number one spot on Audible. This is definitely worth a listen and I can’t wait to see what he comes out with next.

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Awesome

This book is funny, has twists and turns and enjoyable. It’s part of a larger storyline however your able to enjoy it not knowing the other stories.

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Excellent

Definitely a must in your library, storyline executed brilliantly by RC Bray as usual wouldn't expect anything less. can't wait for the next series.

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Awesome story

Really enjoying Jeremy Robinson pulling all these stories together. Lord Bray is once again the perfect fit for the story.

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Simply brilliant!

I have listened to everything Jeremy has written and he goes from strength to strength. This story, like The Dark is so well crafted that it is easy to believe the events are really happening…. No spoilers but I am so pleased that there will be more along the same lines…. Very happy with this revelation. The performance by His Royal Brayness was his usual monotone shallow mumbling …. Sorry Bob, I mean brilliant!!!! It is worth two credits in my humble opinion - thank you Jeremy and Bob for helping me navigate another Icelandic Winter.

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Didn’t disappoint

Loving this series of books - original and funny I really like the style of writing.

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Another great book

ok the screaming goat part actually made me laugh for ages and it's very rare I laugh that much at a book.I do like the humour that Jeremy Robinson puts in his books. A great story and obviously a great reader. You won't get better than RC Bray.

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100% Thrilling

In general - I totally enjoyed it. And narrator is perfect as always.

There are a few minor flaws however (for me):

Some actions are unrealistic even for the genre. It feels a little like those older Hollywood movies, where the "good" guys can make all the perfect moves and so on.

Another weird one was that every now and then there's a sudden change of the voice or tone of narrator to emphasize certain words. Not sure I understand that one. It seems intentional (from the author?), as I've listened to other books narrated by R.C. Bray and never have heard this.

And the last - don't want to spoil the story, but the very very end was kind of disappointing for me. It probably depends on how you view the mythology and/or religion stuff.

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  • Allan Miller
  • 24-11-21

Another super unique and entertaining story.

Great characters and fun storyline. I love all the tie-ins to his other novels. I can’t wait for the massive crossover novel coming soon.

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  • 26-11-21

A fun, crazy ride

Telekinetic assassins? ✔
Snarky A.I.? ✔
Explosions, weird humor, and a bunch of really crazy stuff too! This is another hit for Jeremy Robinson, and a great addition tying together Tribe, The Dark, and now Mind Bullet (with a couple of cameo appearances for readers of his other series). If you're a first time reader, no worries! It makes a good stand alone book too.
R.C. Bray, as always, does a fantastic job bringing characters to life and is a pleasure to listen to.

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  • Harper
  • 23-11-21

Highest Recommendation!

Mind Bullet, an absolute thrill ride! I am always so excited when Jeremy Robinson comes out with another book and for good reason. If Quentin Tarantino and Stephen King somehow combined the cool witty action and comedy of Tarantino with the character development and storylines of King, it would look something like Mind Bullet. I love a book that is so entertaining you just can’t wait to pick it up again and you don’t want to go to bed because you HAVE TO KNOW what happens next. Absolutely loved the book!

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  • Mike
  • 25-11-21

Non-stop action

This one has kept me engaged non-stop, I find myself taking a few extra laps around the block when I get home to listen to a little more in the car!

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  • Craig Callahan
  • 11-12-21

Some good but to much political progressive fascist pontification.

Jeremy wants the world to be viewed from the same bubble that he lives in. Unlike in his world, racist and bigotry comes in all shapes and sizes to include all races, all genders and certainly all religions to include atheists. This book had potential but there is only so much fast forwarding you can do before the book loses it’s worth. Hard pass!

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  • Christina R.
  • 24-11-21

Another Fun Ride!

This is a lighter read after Jeremy Robinson's previous book, The Dark. I love this world he's building with all these amazing characters.

This works as an entertaining fun stand alone book, but I loved all the little Easter Eggs and how it ties in overall with the other Infinite timeline books. I can't wait for the huge crossover, Avengers style.

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  • BuyerOfThings
  • 26-11-21

He does it again!!!

From the very first paragraph I was absolutely hooked and knew I would love these new characters. I found myself often laughing uncontrollably and constantly thinking this should DEFINITELY be a movie. As much as I really would like to see several of Jeremy's books on the big screen, it's really hard to imagine hearing the voice of anyone other than R.C. Bray. I can't wait to find out what happens next in this universe. If this was book one for you from Jeremy Robinson check out his other works. He literally NEVER disappoints.

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  • LeperSmurf
  • 10-12-21

Light on character building

Just really didn’t care what happened to anybody in the story. *Spoiler ahead* except for an A.I. introduced towards the end, who was killed off as she was just becoming interesting. Funny that the only character starting to show any kind of personal growth was immediately and unceremoniously written out of the story.

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  • Deanna Haddrill
  • 25-11-21

Awesome book!

Jeremy Robinson is truly the master of the “Holy S***” moment. You honestly never know where the story is going to take you, except that it will be a wild ride that keeps you guessing. I love how so many characters from preceding books are coming together, foreshadowing a huge event that is obviously coming soon. Looks like New Hampshire is the place to be. The book is already awesome, but is further enhanced by the unmatched talent of RC Bray. You won’t be sorry you bought this audiobook.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 25-11-21

KILLER AGAIN!

Excellent work by the dynamic duo. RC is the Master. Can't wait to listen to the next one.

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