Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: April 8, 2015
1. To Kill a Priest
2. To Kill an Assassin - Kindle
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Episodes 10-18Thoughts on To Kill an Assassin: Book 2 takes all the little things we've been learning about Madelin and her crew and what they're potentially capable of and brings things to a head. PASTOR is pretty effed up in what lengths they'll go to gain control of gifted children like Madelin and the things they do to break them.
Mutations abound in far-reaching worlds and some planes are being devastated by war. The PASTOR agency has an agenda to do so much more… including ruling them all.
It is up to Madelin and her evolved friends to not only stop the black-op agency, but free the other victims—including those attempting to kill her. She must discover her own abilities and learn to harness them… or else entire worlds will be overrun.
Even then… it may be too late.
Let's just say I was 100% behind Madelin's decision to end PASTOR in any way necessary.
The downside of this is that the very children they're trying to save have been brainwashed and helping them without hurting them is more difficult than it looks.
And then there's the topic of Madelin's and the others' powers. They truly don't know their limits and sometimes they unwittingly cause destruction because they have no one to show them the way. Which is sad and heartbreaking in its own right.
Enough threads were left dangling that I'm hoping there's another book in the works. While this plot line was concluded, there's still plenty Madelin and the others need to accomplish before it can be considered over.