I Am the Traitor book review | Alexia's Books and Such Title: I Am the Traitor
Author: Allen Zadoff
Release Date: June 9, 2015
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Source: publisher, via NetGalley

The Program has sent Boy Nobody on countless missions, instructed to kill whichever target he was given. But now, after going rogue, he is on his own mission to rescue his friend Howard who was captured by The Program. Boy Nobody manages to free Howard as well as Tanya, a mysterious girl who was being held with him. Howard and Tanya help Boy Nobody collect information about his father, eventually revealing a dangerous secret that teaches Boy Nobody a valuable lesson — he can’t trust anyone.

Allen Zadoff packs the third book of the Unknown Assassin series with even more action, higher stakes, and mind-blowing reveals that will leave readers riveted. (Goodreads)

My Review:

I Am the Traitor is the final installment in the Unknown Assassin trilogy. While I still like the boy assassin, this was my least favorite of the three books.

Boy is trying to figure things out because he still has doubts about The Program, isn’t happy that they kidnapped his friend Howard, and wants to find out if his father is still alive. With so many questions, he decides to start back at the beginning and tracks down one of his father’s associates. Strangely enough, the man runs as soon as he sees Boy. And so begins another adventure….

With the help of fellow assassin Mike, Boy finds and rescues Howard. There’s an unexpected complication of a fellow hostage that Howard won’t leave behind, so against Boy’s better judgement they bring Tanya with them. Unexpected complications rarely turn out well, do they?

While still an interesting story, this one didn’t seem as fast-paced or action-packed as the other two. There was still plenty of action, but it didn’t have the same impact on me for some reason.

The ending bothered me more than anything. I still have so many unanswered questions, so wish there had been an epilogue or something to help clear things up. Still a good read, I Am the Traitor is just a little disappointing after the first two books.

My reviews for The Unknown Assassin Series:

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