When the world has already gone to hell, how much worse could it actually get? In C.T. Phipps’s Cthulhu Armageddon, the answer is a lot. It can and will get a lot worse.
Having changed his allegiance to the United States government, Agent G has been tasked with locating the last remnants of his former employers, the International Refugee Society, and either eliminating or recruiting them.
Is redemption possible when all you’ve known is murder? Can someone created to feel no emotion truly love? Should forgiveness and trust be granted even to someone who has wronged you numerous times? These are just a few of the many philosophical questions posed and explored through spectacular depth in the thought-provoking cyberpunk series, Agent G.