29 Apr Zadoff (Since You Left Me) switches gears and shines in this violent, entertaining twist on the teen spy novel. His unnamed year-old. : Boy Nobody (The Unknown Assassin) (): Allen Zadoff: Books. The Traitor (Boy Nobody) [Allen Zadoff] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Traitor.
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I understood that things were supposed to be mysterious but I wished for more answers. There is a friendship with the awkward outcast, romance with the popular girl, grudgingly given respect from the jock, previous moves from place to place, no real parent to speak of and no real happy ending, either. I mean, did you see Jason Bournes’ training, for real? From now on, I would only use honest and fair means! I read this book basically in one sitting, and while it wasn’t exactly what I expected it to be, it was a bit like those exciting and borderline trashy action movies that we all secretly love I do not need these things, only the lesson they have taught me.
Four stars for an engrossing plot that balances explosive nobidy and disturbing emotional turmoil. He is the new boy in school who will use his training and expertise to worm his way into your life, kill your parents at first available opportunity and then disappear forever. Review Copy courtesy of the publishers.
Not this kind of assassin here, but anti-hero still, because thank you thank you thank you for once here’s a character who acts and think as noboxy assassin.
His next assignment involves the mayor of New York City and his daughter. I’ve had this on my TBR for awhile and am glad my library had it.
This book is full of action and great characters. I’ll definitely look forward to the succeeding books!
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The high school drama is kept to a minimum; most of the students are not the focus here. Choose a lower status. On to the review And when memories and questions surface, sllen handlers at The Program are watching. The action is so well-done, I am never lost. I will definitely be picking up the the next in the series.
I read this book basically in one sitting, and while it wasn’t exactly what I expected it to be, it was a bit like those exciting and borderline trashy action movies that we all secretly love. In my opinion, there are almost next to none. The program tells me one thing, but my memories tell me another.
A part of him was MADE to follow orders, not question anything and just keep moving — target to target, assignment after assignment.
View all 14 comments. One thing is sure Probably five if I estimate on nlbody side of indulgence and include high fantasy assassin stories. Jack is supposed to be my friend. I was to busy fighting for my life.
Yet, as they fight, the sparks fly, and they are drawn to each zqdoff on a deeper level than that of initial attraction. His father was eliminated by the same organization Books by Allen Zadoff.
What Once Was True: Despite being realistically well done for being in the head of a teenage boy, it was a bit unusual, although easily comprehended. He enters peoples lives effortlessly, becomes their friend with a smile or two, and once he’s finished with his mission, he exits without a trace, leaving the son or daughter or whoever relative of the killed target he became close to heartbroken in his wake.
He’s terribly good at it. That’s all I can ask for. The ad does not inform my purchase. The writing is short, succinct, to the point.
May 30, Shaz Goodwin rated it it was amazing. But the cold-blooded killers, honed as a weapon by a covert organization and implanted to assimilate into normal society with a mission to kill is a lure I willingly bite on at any given medium. Knowing how things ended here, I felt, as a whole, I Am The Weapon did a pretty good job in making me interested enough to look forward to the zaoff of this story as a series. I loved this book. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to review this book in such a way that readers can be interested to join The Program without revealing them too much classified information.
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