Cloak and Dagger
Michael Boutilier is a young assassin working for a mysterious organization of mercenaries called the IMA; an organization so powerful that government denies its existence. When a hacker breaks into their computer's mainframe, they send Michael out to finish off the loose ends. But so far,... show more
Michael Boutilier is a young assassin working for a mysterious organization of mercenaries called the IMA; an organization so powerful that government denies its existence. When a hacker breaks into their computer's mainframe, they send Michael out to finish off the loose ends. But so far, there's just one lead to go on. The hacker's daughter, Christina Parker.Christina seems like any other high school senior. And she is — until she gets kidnapped by a group of people who think she's the key to the malicious code that has infected their mainframe system and she is plunged into a world where the lines between right and wrong are blurred beyond all recognition and terror knows no bounds. What do you do when the odds are against you, and the stake is your life?As she quickly learns, there are good guys and there are bad guys. Sometimes Michael's one, sometimes he's the other--but usually he's both. And right now he's the only one who can save her.
Publish date: October 24th 2012
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: The IMA (#1)
Items ticked off: 2 (6)*This is what New Adult looks like when it isn't sappy love stories about traumatized characters. Instead, it delivers a fast-paced suspense story. All right, it's really the author delivering one, but still. The point still stands: This genre could be much more than it curren...
Y el Oscar a la peor escena de "amor" es para...¡Cloak and Dagger!Esa escena juro que es la más triste que he leído... Y eso que leí la serie de Captive in the dark. Es increíble como Michael puede decir que ama a Christina y aun así violarla. Por lo menos en Captive las cosas podían justificarse po...
After DNFing two books in a row I really needed a break, and having wanted to read this book for over a year now, I finally decided to pick it up. Honestly, I was scared that I wouldn't like it. I was constantly paranoid and waited for something weird to jump out of the closet at me that would piss ...
I ugly sobbed once at the end, ngl. And I was listening to music, so I turned it off really quickly to make sure nobody heard it. Thankfully it's 1 am. And I've been reading this since like... 6 pm? 7? its been hours. - The five-star review is purely my recognition of how much I enjoyed this boo...
OMG! WHAT AN ENDING!!!!!!!!!! I'M SITTING AT MY DESK JUST CRYING MY EYES OUT....WHERE'S THE NEXT BOOK?