Alex looks like your everyday teenager: overconfident, trying to look cool while getting thrown out of the bar, etc. But it’s all a sham—he’s a newly declared assassin with one of the top organizations in the world. His life gets even more exciting when he’s pulled into a plot to enslave the world. Alex will have to use all of his freshly taught skills on his journey to become the Angel of Death.
Three stories of a man who finds even the most menial tasks turning into wild adventures. Parental Advisory Notice: this book contains scenes and themes concerning violence, and includes sporadic vulgarity/profanity, which may not be suitable for younger teens.
The Abigale Chronicles - Book One
on June 03, 2012
I got this for my 15 year old son, an avid reader and aspiring writer, and he wrote the following review:
The first book of the Abigale chronicles is fabulous, filled with twists that make you want to find out what happens next. Throughout the entire book, there was only thing that I did not like. Abigale is twelve years old and five feet, five inches tall. I am fifteen and only five feet, four inches. Other than hurting my pride, Jo Michaels did a wonderful job, and I can’t wait to read the sequel.