I Am the Traitor

I Am the Traitor

Book - 2015
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After breaking free of The Program, Boy Nobody is on a mission of his own to reclaim his life and rescue his friend Howard from the secret organization that has turned him and other orphaned children into trained assassins--but he has no idea who, if anyone, he can trust, or what the consequences will be if he succeeds in bringing down The Program.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2015
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780316199728
Characteristics: 292 pages ; 24 cm


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Jul 03, 2018

This is a very unique book that will keep you captivated at all times. It is the third in the Unknown Assassin series. ‘I Am the Traitor’ is the brilliant conclusion to this three part series. In the first two books the author lays out several different ways the book could end keeping the stories interesting and mysterious throughout the series. This whole series is about an assassin who is raised in a certain program that trains pre-teens to kill. The assassins are to live with no identity, parents, or friends. The assassins are only allowed to have one contact: the program. This program gives them an assignment or person and every assignment always ends up dead. No assassin has ever asked questions, showed emotion, or regretted any kill. They were all orphaned assassins under the power of the program until one assassin goes rogue. This is one of those books that are fiction, but wrapped around reality that it makes the concept seem realistic. It makes you constantly think; “could this be real?” 4 stars
- @Flo_Reada of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

Oct 04, 2017

I was a little disappointed with this third book. I found parts were very predictable, and to be honest I really didn't like how it ended. It is worth reading, but don't expect to be blown away by this one.

Sep 14, 2015

Very horrible! You are a good book but horrible image and very bad scary font


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Jul 23, 2015

creeker868 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 16


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