Some say the assassins have disappeared,
but Quinn knows better than to believe it.
Haven City is a warzone. The streets are burning, paranoia is rampant, and death is more prominent than ever. The Resistance has retreated and the Assassin’s Guild seems to have faded into nothing, but the war has only just begun.
The Charger will not give up easily, not now that he’s gotten into Silent Night’s head.
Quinn is ready to leave Silent Night in the past and embrace her future with the Resistance, but not until the Charger pays for the wrongs he’s dealt, not until the Guild is dust under her feet.
Victory is easier said than done as unexpected consequences from her previous battles force Quinn to the sidelines once again. Relationships, old and new, test her resolve, and trust seems as out of reach as ever.
As truths unfold and her life spirals out of her control, Quinn will find solace in the notion that she is not the only monster in Haven and will put every effort into ending the Charger, even if it kills her.
Some say there's not much in Haven City left to fight for, but to the Resistance and the Assassin's Guild, the war is far from over.
In a future world, the skyscrapers of Haven City have crumbled and the government of today is no more. Death lurks around every corner and tomorrow is not promised. The Resistance and the Assassin's Guild fight for control of the city, but after decades of a silent war, no one expects victory.
In a lawless city, enemies are abundant, but three people are feared above all: the Charger, Black Death, and the mysterious assassin called Silent Night.
Silent Night has spent her whole life clawing her way to the top of the assassin list and has reached second place at the age of 18. She is just days away from becoming Agent One when the tables are turned and a horrible truth is revealed.
The next day, Silent Night seeks out the Resistance, to aid in the destruction of the Assassin's Guild.
Silent Night expects hatred and mistrust from her former enemies, but one boy will surprise her and that boy might just be the end of her.
"He walks away then, nearly running.
I wonder what exactly he thinks he's running from,
because the truth always catches up to you."
- Silent Night
(Emma K. C. Couette)
Collage put together by me using pictures from Pinterest. My Pinterest page is linked in the footer below.