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Kit has some rules in order to live up to her name "The Perfect Killer". She has a mailbox set up so that people can write who they think deserves to die. But the latest letter hits really close to home a girl in her school . . . it is the one request that might change it all.
Well I got about four or five chapters before I just went . . .
I thought this was going to be a book about a kick ass female taking down bad guys.
This was more of a coming of age story/crisis of faith. The main character was brought up to be a killer and she sort of replaced her retiring mom who was also a serial killer. She was taught martial arts and a handful of other skills to make her deadly.
I have a pretty big suspension of disbelief. I can roll with most books and movie and tall tales. But as the book progressed I was just constantly rolling my eyes and sighing.
I was not a fan of this story. I didn't like the writing style. I did not like the characters. I was expecting a dynamic character like Hit Girl and instead I got a weird contemporary with the occasional dash of murder.
I gave this book a D.
I devour worlds with each new book. I am making up for lost time as a late bloomer of the reading world.