Hanna came as a shock to many. A ‘father’ trains his little girl to protect herself against unseen forces. As she reaches sixteen years old, she is told the whole story, and people want her and her father dead, at any cost.
This is not about a bad country, this is about bad people in a country that will stop at nothing to hide the truth.
You may want to call the girl an assassin, but in my opinion, she is trying to survive in a world that wants her dead. I rate this 5 out of 5 and I own it.
This review is a reprint of the original review posted in April 2011