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The Flaxen Femme Fatale

The Flaxen Femme Fatale The last freelance P I on earth Zach Johnson has been hired to track down a young beauty who happens to be a deadly secret weapon for the World Council Figuring girls just want to have fun he follow

  • Title: The Flaxen Femme Fatale
  • Author: John Zakour
  • ISBN: 9780756405199
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback
  • The last freelance P.I on earth, Zach Johnson has been hired to track down a young beauty who happens to be a deadly secret weapon for the World Council Figuring girls just want to have fun, he follows Natasha to various vacation destinations, but she eludes him, leaving a trail of destruction in her wake Zach, however, isn t surprised to discover that things aren t whaThe last freelance P.I on earth, Zach Johnson has been hired to track down a young beauty who happens to be a deadly secret weapon for the World Council Figuring girls just want to have fun, he follows Natasha to various vacation destinations, but she eludes him, leaving a trail of destruction in her wake Zach, however, isn t surprised to discover that things aren t what they seem, and to save the world, he s going to have to find a way to team up with the woman he s supposed to destroy

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    About "John Zakour"

    1. John Zakour

      From the Author s WebsiteJohn Zakour is a humor sf fantasy writer with a Master s degree in Human Behavior and slowly plugging away at his Ph.D He has written zillions well, thousands of gags for syndicated comics and comedians including Rugrats, Grimmy, Bound and Gagged, Dennis the Menace and Joan River s old TV show John also writes his own syndicated comic, Working Daze for United Media John has been the regular cartoonist for Geek and has sold cartoons or gags to hundreds of journals and magazines John is also a contributor to Nickelodeon magazine writing Fairly Odd Parents and Jimmy Neutron comic books Recently he has started writing Simpsons comics for Bongo.John s first humorous SF mystery book, The Plutonium Blonde DAW 2001, co written with Larry Ganem and started of as an interactive web story for the Sci Fi channel was named one of the top 30 SF books of 2001 by The Chronicle of Science Fiction who called it, the funniest SF book of 2001 His second novel, The Doomsday Brunette DAW Feb 2004 has made the Locus best sellers list The third book in the series, The RadioActive Redhead, also made the SF best seller list Besides his novels John has sold numerous short stories to anthologies and magazines John has written the dialog and song lyrics for Frogwares Software computer game Around the World in 80 days For something a bit different John writes skits for the Harlem Rockets basketball team.In the past, John has written and helped develop the first year and season of the comic book and animated series Caramel Crew, for Mobtoons John also has written for the independent SF TV show, Realm of the Mind John also helped develop an animated sf horror series, called Prime Squad for MUV Technologies in India His romantic comedy, Skin Deep about an ordinary guy who can t believe the hottest girl on campus is actually in love with him has won a couple of writing awards John has also written for Ebru tv John use to be a database programmer web guru science writer for NYSAES When he s not writing or studying John likes to play softball, watch TV and hang out with his wife and son He use to do judo and karate, but those have been replaced by tai chi and archery.

    851 Comments

    1. So full of potential - secret weapons, military secrets, secrets about secrets! And yet, no cigar. And while am a fan of boobs, being proud owner of a pretty pair myself, just how many boob comments are too many? Too many boob comments does not a funny book makes.


    2. I won this book at a giveaway. It is the the 6th volume of the Zach series.Normally I don't read book from within a series. But in this case I made an exception. I needed a break from fantasy and so I decided to read something different. And to be honest The Flaxen Femme Fatale is different.This is another case of Zachary Nixon Johnson, the last freelance P.I. on earth in the year 2070. As in the previous books he has to save the world from a dangerous woman with superpowers. His main aides are [...]


    3. Bought this in audio format. This is the first time that I have ever heard of this series and I enjoyed it tremendously. It is the perfect thing to listen to when you are on a road trip.


    4. Very fun, and funny, semi-noir style sf hardboiled detective/pulp adventure hero book with several over-the-top characters.


    5. This is the sixth book in the series, and the fact that I'm still reading tells you something. The books are about "the last PI on Earth," set in a very tongue-in-cheek future with a definite old-style pulp/detective noir feel.In this book, Zach, the last remaining private eye, is hired by the government to find and retrieve the "flaxen femme fatale," a genetically-engineered woman named Natasha. She's escaped from her training ground and the military fears her powers, which are extensive, and t [...]


    6. The sixth book in the wildly entertaining Zachary Nixon Johnson series! For those not up to speed, Zachary Nixon Johnson is the last freelance private investigator in a future world that seems more peaceful than the times we currently live in, but is often maddening to anyone who considers himself down-to-earth. Since I don't like spoilers, I'll just give you the general gist of things. The comical adventures of each book usually center around one or more beautiful woman somehow connected with s [...]


    7. Pulpy is as pulpy does!I love this series, it's so ridiculous and fun that it's always something I go back to when I am in the mood to just turn off my brain and enjoy the ride. This is the 6th book so I won't go into it in too much detail, just read it if you like the others:World: Same zany world and cast of characters. The world is pretty much fully formed by this time, however there was still some areas not looked at. New New Vegas and New San Diego were nice new locals. Although I do wish w [...]


    8. This is the sixth book in the series, and the fact that I'm still reading tells you something. The books are about "the last PI on Earth," set in a very tongue-in-cheek future with a definite old-style pulp/detective noir feel.In this book, Zach, the last remaining private eye, is hired by the government to find and retrieve the "flaxen femme fatale," a genetically-engineered woman named Natasha. She's escaped from her training ground and the military fears her powers, which are extensive, and t [...]


    9. The sixth book of the adventures of Zachary Nixon Johnson, the last freelance Private Detective on Earth in a pulp action style future where all the vices of the 21st century have compounded even more, aliens tweaked the human genome to create psis, and teleportation has replaced airplanes.Zach is hired by the military to find a secret weapon that has gone AWOL, that is the Flaxen Femme Fatale of the title who can evidently kill people with her mind at will or when she gets angry or depressed, n [...]


    10. Zach is the last freelance P.I. on Earth and has faced many superwomen in his career, which often comes with saving the world. However, none of those powerful women can hold a candle to Natasha. Built by the army and intended as the ultimate weapon, Natasha can kill a person just by using her mental powers. Unfortunately, people can also drop dead if Natasha loses her temper. Zach is ordered to track Natasha when she disappears and bring her back to her safe environment, but as the chase progres [...]


    11. This was probably the best book in the series so far. There is one more (so far) after this one, but this one was definitely the best I've read. As funny as ever, but I felt there was more character in Zach this time, and the Femme Fatale was more interesting than previously.At first, it was kind of like, oh, yet another ultra-powered superbabe that is even more powerful than the one before it, and Zach (who is relatively squishy in the Rifts definition) is the only one who can stop her. But thi [...]


    12. I have to be in the mood to read a book like this but when I am, I really really enjoy myself. Very droll, part send up of the genre, part homage is quite an inventive take on the adventure / sci fi/ hard boiled detective genre.There is always a twist or turn or two in these books and always a moment where I go 'huh, clever!'.Don't let the pop-art on the cover fool you. These aren't as silly as they make themselves out to beough of course, they are plenty silly!Very unique. I'll venture to say t [...]


    13. Zachary Nixon Johnson is the last freelance P.I. and things are starting to heat up again when a flaxen bombshell starts visiting him. She warns him not to try to bring her in. Earth Force then shows up to hire him to find Natasha, the most powerful person in the world.The Flaxen Femme Fatale is a fun sci fi meets detective fiction with plenty of action and humor. Highly recommended for those who do not take their science fiction too seriously.


    14. Eh. Too many boob comments--a very male-centric book for a particular stereotype of male. Not all bad, but just not the kind of read I enjoy. All these superpowered bimbo and babe types and one rather scruffy PI with a heart of gold in a SF/Fantasy future. Amusing I suppose, but not my cup of tea.



    15. Another great Zachary Nixon Johnson (the last freelance PI on Earth) story. I love this hard-boiled detective series set in the future.


    16. Compared with Altered Carbon, this is a lighter take on the future noir genre.This series is still light and fun, I enjoy it.


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