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Reviewed by Samantha Rivera for Readers' Favorite
Ezra Beckitt is a man approaching retirement. In fact, he’s one day away when this story starts, yet to him it seems like only yesterday that he was donning that uniform for the first time. Flashing back through Ezra’s life shows us the adventure that he’s lived since the time he was young, all the way until his last day as a High Guard. Of course, for a man who has lived his life fighting crime, it’s difficult to simply walk away. And for a man as involved in his world as Ezra Beckitt is … it’s even harder to do. Some men just never know when to quit in Agent White.
Agent White is the story of a still relatively young man who feels he’s put in his time and is ready to get out of the spotlight and out of the workforce. He’s tired of playing cop, but he’s good at it. In fact, it’s difficult to imagine him as anything else. I know that I thought of Ezra as a very interesting character and one that I definitely wanted to know more about. As I learned more about him it just continued to feed that fire until I was amazed with the character and everything he was able to accomplish. Michael Kanuckel has definitely done an excellent job creating a realistic character with perfectly normal flaws (he swears excessively for one thing) that goes on adventures you wouldn’t believe. Retirement is only the start of something much bigger.