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You Won t Know I m Gone Going rogue in an effort to rescue her kidnapped parents has cost Reagan Hillis her automatic ticket to the Training Academy But becoming a Black Angel is the only way Reagan will be able to exact rev

  • Title: You Won't Know I'm Gone
  • Author: Kristen Orlando
  • ISBN: 9781250123619
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Going rogue in an effort to rescue her kidnapped parents has cost Reagan Hillis her automatic ticket to the Training Academy But becoming a Black Angel is the only way Reagan will be able to exact revenge on her mother s merciless killer, Santino Torres.When Reagan is given a chance to prove that she s worthy of training to be a Black Angel, she also gets the first chanceGoing rogue in an effort to rescue her kidnapped parents has cost Reagan Hillis her automatic ticket to the Training Academy But becoming a Black Angel is the only way Reagan will be able to exact revenge on her mother s merciless killer, Santino Torres.When Reagan is given a chance to prove that she s worthy of training to be a Black Angel, she also gets the first chance she s ever had to be her true self No aliases No disguises.But when her friend Luke joins her at the Black Angels training compound, Reagan finds herself once again torn between the person she was and the person she wants to be Reagan has to prove that she s as good as her parents trained her to be, because she ll never find Torres without the Black Angels help.

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    1. Alice-Elizabeth (marriedtobooks) on said:

      I was part of the promotional blog tour for this book, head over to my blog for more details and a giveaway opportunity! marriedtobooksreviewsandblog.Reagan Hillis is looking for revenge after her mother is killed. After being given a chance to prove her skills in training to become a member of the Black Angel at their training academy, every move she makes will prove vital to achieving her goal of finding and ending the life of a ruthless killer. When her friend and guy she kissed Luke shows up [...]

    2. Olivia (The Candid Cover) on said:

      4.5 stars.I have been dying for You Won’t Know I’m Gone since the massive cliffhanger at the end of You Don’t Know My Name. Since I am a sucker for anything spies/secret agents related, I adore this series. This book is action-packed, and the main character is so courageous. I can safely say that this sequel measures up to the first book, which is a pretty rare occurrence.This book immediately follows You Don’t Know My Name and follows Reagan’s days at training camp. After the events o [...]

    3. Shelley on said:

      *Source* Publisher*Genre* Young Adult, Thriller*Rating* 4.0*Thoughts*You Won't Know My Name is the second installment in author Kristen Orlando's The Black Angel Chronicles. 6 months ago, Reagan Hillis made a choice that has ultimately cost her everything that she may have earned as well as her automatic entry into the elite Black Angel Training Academy. 6 months ago, Reagan was ready to turn her back on the Black Angels and escape back a normal life. Reagan has managed to become the girl who br [...]

    4. Fanna on said:

      4.5/5I really really really liked this. When I read the first book in the Black Angel Chronicles, You Don't Know My Name, I was impressed but not blown. There were things that the first installment was missing but the second one nailed on every possible aspect. The story starts off from where it was left. After the unfortunate ending of the first book, Reagan is no longer holding the ticket for a direct entry to the Black Angels and is now in line with 23 other aspirants in the run for the admis [...]

    5. Kristi Housman Confessions of a YA Reader on said:

      You Won't Know I'm Gone starts off right after book one ends.  Reagan is in trouble for going rogue and now has to try out to become a Black Angel.  She is no longer guaranteed entry.  The majority of the book takes place at her training camp where she makes some new friends.  Luke also ends up there after Reagan gave up hope of ever seeing him again.  But he became a target to Torres, so he decided to try out and see if the Black Angels would be a good fit for him.  He also wanted to be w [...]

    6. Jordan (The Heart of a Book Blogger) on said:

      This review and more can be found at The Heart of a Book Blogger.You Won’t Know I’m Gone is the sequel to You Don’t Know My Name and the second book in the Black Angel Chronicles. I’m a HUGE fan of spy stories, so I was beyond excited for this addition to the Swoon Reads line. Beware, there are spoilers to the first book below.You Won’t Know I’m Gone begins six months after the end of the first novel. Reagan is about to face a trial for her actions in Colombia (view spoiler)[(recap: [...]

    7. Emily Fiaretti on said:

      Specific Rating: 2.5/5 starsDon't get me wrong, I did enjoy reading this book. But at times I felt like there was too many inclusions of actual brands . I felt initially it was an interesting aspect but then it just kept going.I also felt like the plot was lacking in this title compared to the first book. The twists weren't as good and were too predictable. It also was kind of a let down character-wise. I know that Reagan was dealing with a lot but I felt like her character was more annoying and [...]

    8. Kat on said:

      Thank you to Edelweiss and Simon & Schuster for the E-ARC of You Won't Know I'm Gone.You Won’t Know I’m Gone is the second book in the Black Angel Chronicles. It picks up after the first novel to where Reagan is trying to be a Black Angel to get revenge for herself after her mother’s death. I think this is really the beginning of who Reagan is as a character. She is letting down all her masks in this novel and becoming the type of person, she is meant to be.

    9. Rosanna (The Hopeless Romantic Bookworm) on said:

      You Won’t Know I’m Gone picks up right where the first book left off with the aftermath of the Colombia mission that resulted in the death of Reagan’s mother at the hands of Santino Torres. Reagan’s automatic entry into the training academy to become a Black Angel is revoked because her actions on the mission and instead she must attend the Qualifiers to prove she still has what it takes to be a Black Angel. Passing the Qualifiers is Reagan’s only chance to track down and kill Torres i [...]

    10. Erin on said:

      Thank you to Xpresso Book tours and Netgalley for an e-ARC of this book and the chance to be apart of the book tour. "The pretender was my shield, my security blanket. Without her, I'm just Reagan Hillis. And I have no idea who the hell that girl is." You Won't Know I'm Gone starts off a few months after the first book YOU DON'T KNOW MY NAME ended. Reagan goes through a lot during this book (dealing with grief, having a target on her back, being alone most of the time, and feeling like she's to [...]

    11. the friedman on said:

      Sorry for having the review hidden because of spoilers. The review contains spoilers from the first book but not from the second book, at least I think, but I just wanted to be safe and not annoy people, because I know what it feels like when things are spoiled. It is not fun.The book was overall really good. I had read the first one as a reviewers book around a year ago, so I sort of forgot a bit about what happened and who was who. Also, not not to help I read a book that was pretty similar to [...]

    12. Tonja Drecker on said:

      This is the second book in The Black Angel Chronicles. I did not read the first one before diving into this one, and although I was able to fall into the world and characters fairly well, I would not recommend reading these out of order. Much of what happens as well of the relationships builds on the first book, and I wished the entire way through that I had hit that one first.The story reminded me a little bit of Nakita—in a broad sense. It definitely held tons of edge-of-the-seat fight scene [...]

    13. Nina O'Daniels on said:

      3.5Reagan Hillis has just spent the last seven months in self-induced isolation following the horrific murder of her mother on a mission gone wrong. Seeing her killed, right in front of her, maybe even because of her, is something she can’t get out of her head. Torres, the drug lord and ex-Black Angel who killed her, is the only face she sees and her single-minded determination to kill him herself is the only thing she has to live for right now. Her dad has barely spoken a handful of words or [...]

    14. LeeAnne on said:

      This one picks up right where You Don't Know My NameYou Don't Know My Name left off. Reagan is broken, battered, beaten by the death of her mother. She’s questioning everything she did and wonders whether she is responsible. Her father won’t talk to her, won’t help her in her grief, won’t support her in being in the Black Angels. She’s alone.As she enters the Academy and has to pass the Qualifiers, like anyone else does, she meets two new friends, that will end up helping her train and [...]

    15. Lindsi on said:

      No quote available at this time. It was an audiobook and I neglected to take notes.I received an e-arc from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Also, the quote I used may have changed or been altered in some way, but I am quoting from what I received.Luke is so frustratingly loyal and it always bites him in the ass. Raegan wonders whether or not she is selfish (she is), and Luke is unflinching in his devotion/friendship/love for her no matter the cost [...]

    16. Lynndell on said:

      You Won’t Know I’m Gone, by Kristen Orlando, opens six months after the first book in this series ends. Reagan has now dedicated herself completely to becoming a Black Angel. She’s determined to seek revenge on Torres after he shot and killed her mother right in front of her. Reagan has to work extra hard to attend qualifying training because she’s lost weight and practice since her mother has been gone. During qualifying, Reagan realizes many things about herself as she matures and can [...]

    17. Sana Chaudhary on said:

      This book was a good read. There was this amazing spy academy & I was really curious about regan's parents. What were their life like ? What were the vents that brought her life to such events? Her tough life make me motivated for the month, I guess. Writing was okay & yeah there were limited dialogue that I was kinda irritated , I mean when you really want to listen/read them(characters) approaching each other, that element was missing. There was so much repetition of all the feelings s [...]

    18. Robin on said:

      I am loving this series. Book two kept up the pace of book one. Still enjoying the characters and the storyline. I have only read one other YA thriller series and this one is moving ahead of it. Reagan has to explain her actions in book one to the Tribunal, while she is reeling from her mother’s death, her fathers’ withdrawal, and the loss of all her friends. As she struggles to get back in shape for the Black Angels entrance competition, she finds herself struggling to hold on. An unexpecte [...]

    19. zeroizme on said:

      I won an advanced reading copy of this book via a giveaway. Thank you for the opportunity to read and review.This story was exhilarating, yet incredibly emotionally painful to read. I appreciate the way in which the author crafted the main character, who is headstrong to the point of self-destruction; determined to avenge her mother's death at any cost. This sequel is much more fast-paced and action-packed than the original. Be forewarned, however, that the story ends just after a climax, with [...]

    20. Brad on said:

      You Won’t Know I’m Gone by Kristen Orlando is book 2 in the Black Angels series. “Reagan is reeling from the events in Colombia. Her dad won’t even look at her now. Can she get her edge back and make it through Qualifiers to reach the Black Angel Academy? Will she ever get her revenge on Torres?” I can’t figure out why there is not more buzz and anticipation for this new book in the series. It has great pace and a kick@$$ female lead. And lots of action and an atypical story line for [...]

    21. Kristin on said:

      This sequel to You Don't Know My Name picks up six months later. For fear of spoilers, I'm going to refrain from discussing the plot. Although not as action - packed as book one, it was still a satisfying sequel with another major cliffhanger at the end. Not looking forward to waiting a year for the next book.

    22. Briana on said:

      Decent sequel. Skimmed through a lot of the training exercises (not a huge action person for books) but the rest was good. I’m definitely intrigued enough to read the next one but it wasn’t the best or worst book I’ve ever read.

    23. A. T. Theiler on said:

      What is better than a plot full of overcoming failures, the meaning of friendship, the importance of family, figuring out who one truly is, and definition of love? Nothing because this book has it all. I am in love with this series and cannot wait for the next book!

    24. KT on said:

      Another thrilling, nail-biting addition to The Black Angel Chronicles! Orlando knows how to keep the tension and stakes high while giving just enough teen breaks that her readers can breathe. I loved this installment and cannot wait to see how the story ends!

    25. Vernon Luckert on said:

      Interesting story line, but my "thats not believable" meter pegged high several times. I get that the ending is intended to be a "cliff hanger", but it seemed overly abrupt to me.

    26. Shimona Hirchberg on said:

      really liked the ending, where the author chose to go with Reagan when's the next one coming out? :)

    27. Cassie C on said:

      Review to come!Update 1/9/18:See more reviews on my blog Novels and NecklacesHoly guacamole!!! This was an absolutely fantastic sequel to the equally fantastic You Don't Know My Name!! Kristen Orlando has written yet another amazing story that grips you instantly and never lets you go. The entire books is thrilling and exciting with nonstop action and a story that revolves around revenge. The story hurtles toward an ending that you know can only end badly, but I never expected the conclusion to [...]

    28. Katherine Paschal on said:

      Review posted on smadasbooksmack/Reagan is a shell of the girl she use to be, letting herself waste away with despair after the death of her mom during a mission that Reagan was involved in. Reagan as well as some of the other Black Angels blame her for her mother's death, and it has cost Reagan her coveted place on the special OPs team. But revenge motivates Reagan now, and that means that she needs to work hard and get herself a spot with the Black Angels, no matter how difficult it seems. But [...]

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