Forever Ends (From the Desk of Col. Garrett Ross)

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The Clements Academy was established, somewhere around the year 2045, to train the best and brightest orphans from around the world into the perfect agents. Maria Lacosta is a longtime graduate, but now faces the stresses of being an assassin. Her psychiatrist, Isabelle, tells her she doesn't have to go it alone. Yet Isabelle has her own agenda. And she has waited forever for this moment. More
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Words: 7,340
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301289714
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Brent is a husband, father, teacher, writer, and sometimes artist living in Seoul Korea, originally from Detroit, Michigan. Brent reads Stephen King, Brandon Mull, Jim Butcher, and a hundred others. You should too.

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Review by: David Howells on May 17, 2013 :
While I preferred the author's work 'Broken', Forever Ends also had facets worth reading. It was a little harder to keep the continuity of the plot, but not bad. It still was able to show the author's strong points of carrying a pace, keeping characters from being clones, and pulling some good twists.
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