M. I. A.: Teenassassin

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AuthorHouse, Nov 11, 2008 - Fiction - 216 pages
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    Zach was just your average, everyday, high school teenager. He had a group of friends, a girl friend, and common hobbies. He had every intention of staying average; but when a group of assassins kidnap him from the side of the street, staying average becomes nearly impossible.
    After waking up in a building with no windows and no way out, Zach learns he is not going to be staying average. The men who kidnapped him have their own future planned for him, a future that has to push him into training and physical activities his young body couldn't possibly handle.
    Their promise? Their promise is when he's finished his training he could be the best assassin to ever come out of their training. Their promise is, that in time, he'd have the power and skills needed to kill anyone and anything, including them.

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Timothy Rivard was born in Leominster, MA in 1986. He has been writing and imagining his stories since his sophomore year in high school and after years of editing and rewriting he got his story written the way he wanted it to be. He currently attends Fitchburg State College where he studies to be a teacher and takes creative writing courses as a minor to help improve his writing and give anyone who wants or chooses to read his stories an even better read. Although he loves to write and it's his dream to be an author, his Fiance, Young Son, and child to be is his current priority.

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