More, please, and thank you.
This YA Sci-Fi novel captured my full attention, with it’s fascinating premise (a engineered assassin poses as a regular human to attempt to save the life of her beloved master during a political upheaval), and fast-paced plot.
The characters were layered and grew throughout the story, which is kind of about the inhumanity of those who prioritize power and privilege above all else, and also about the humanity lurking in those who are believed to have none.
This book stands completely alone, as a full story, but I hope it’s the start of a series. I definitely want more of this world and these characters.