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Truly Deadly

Rob Aspinall

Publisher: Rob Aspinall

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Summary

Biggest. Identity crisis. Ever.
 
First came the heart transplant. Then I activated the list. Now a secret organisation wants me dead.
 
It all started with the dreams. The crazy new skills and behaviours. The crush on the one person I CAN'T be crushing on.
 
Turns out my donor had a talent for killing. And I inherited far more than his heart. Now I'm on the run. Only a dead assassin's instincts for company.
 
Will I survive? Will you? All I know is there’ll be blood, bullets and weird stuff you’re not gonna believe. But if you’re happy to white-knuckle it and don’t mind a few bits of sick in your hair, we might just make it out alive. (Might.)
 
Will life ever get back to normal for 16 year-old Lorna Walker? Will she survive long enough to make it to the next page?
 
Find out, in the action-filled, humour-packed series that will absolutely, positively kick your behind.
 
Recommended for age 16+ (Contains violence. Not for the faint hearted.)

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