Trying to find ones self and discover his or her place in the world is a difficult task for any teenager, especially for one raised by an assassin! Lexa Lash has always known from the minute she was born that she was put on this earth for one thing; to end life. Raised and trained from the age of four by her adoptive father and sensei, Mokoto Matsuo, Lexa has become one of the world’s deadliest assassins and has always accepted that this was her fate... Until now. Meanwhile on the other side of the world, 17 year old Linda Vane has no idea what her mother Michelle does for a living, and doesn’t much care to. Physically and emotionally abused for most of her life, Linda has only one desire; to escape. But in order to do so, Linda must delve deeper into her mother’s dangerous world of assassination and intrigue to uncover a dark secret. As the two young women cross paths, Lexa and Linda are forced to work together in order to stop a plot that would surely kill them both and many others as well. Enter a world, where in the right hands an ancient katana sword can be just as deadly as any modern gun; a world where mystery, heartache, bloodshed, death, and the occasional gun-shot wound are a normal everyday occurrence. Enter a world where assassins don’t just kill people, they are ‘kill People’. Any fans of this genre will be pleasantly surprised by this fast-paced, mind-bending thriller. The switching between first person to third person keeps the writing exciting and fresh. Mr. Young excells at describing the inner thoughts and turmoil that plagues the main character, Lexa Lash, as well as the sickeningly joyous thoughts of the bloodthirsty Karl. 'kill People' is a refreshing take on one of the most popular genres out there. If you buy this book, you won't be able to wait to read the next one in the Assassin's Daughter Series.
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Book Description CreateSpace, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 466 pages. 9.25x7.50x1.17 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1451526709