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Her name is Luna, and she's the perfect secret agent. Grown in a lab from the finest genetic material, she has been trained since her birth fifteen years ago to be the U.S. government's ultimate espionage weapon. But now, she is given an assignment that will test her abilities to the max--high school! Her mission: to pose as a high school student at Nobel High and uncover a Her name is Luna, and she's the perfect secret agent. Grown in a lab from the finest genetic material, she has been trained since her birth fifteen years ago to be the U.S. government's ultimate espionage weapon. But now, she is given an assignment that will test her abilities to the max--high school! Her mission: to pose as a high school student at Nobel High and uncover a sinister plot engineered by her arch nemesis, Count Von Brucken. But the one thing she has not been trained to handle her own feelings. Especially when she starts making friends, rivals, and crushing big time on bad boy Jonah, son of the evil Von Brucken himself!


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Her name is Luna, and she's the perfect secret agent. Grown in a lab from the finest genetic material, she has been trained since her birth fifteen years ago to be the U.S. government's ultimate espionage weapon. But now, she is given an assignment that will test her abilities to the max--high school! Her mission: to pose as a high school student at Nobel High and uncover a Her name is Luna, and she's the perfect secret agent. Grown in a lab from the finest genetic material, she has been trained since her birth fifteen years ago to be the U.S. government's ultimate espionage weapon. But now, she is given an assignment that will test her abilities to the max--high school! Her mission: to pose as a high school student at Nobel High and uncover a sinister plot engineered by her arch nemesis, Count Von Brucken. But the one thing she has not been trained to handle her own feelings. Especially when she starts making friends, rivals, and crushing big time on bad boy Jonah, son of the evil Von Brucken himself!

30 review for Amazing Agent Luna Vol 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Afife

    where can you read it? online? PLEASE ANSWER I'VE BEEN WANTING TO READ THIS MANGA FIR AGES BUT MY DAD NEVER LETS ME BUT IT T-T where can you read it? online? PLEASE ANSWER I'VE BEEN WANTING TO READ THIS MANGA FIR AGES BUT MY DAD NEVER LETS ME BUT IT T-T

  2. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Luna was created in a test tube and raised by the US government to be a super spy. She is swift and deadly, but can she handle high school?

  3. 5 out of 5

    ♛ Garima ♛

    Most bizarre Teenager undercover secret school-going agent, I have read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ms Tanjiro~

    The best manga ever, too bad I can't buy the books after it. :< The best manga ever, too bad I can't buy the books after it. :<

  5. 4 out of 5

    Artemis

    This review is [not] classified. One word which absolutely defines and encompasses 'Amazing Agent Luna Vol 1' is: Cute. This manga is so cute that it could bring down any evil organisation and corrupt nation just through the collective reading of it. I want to hug and squeeze this thing to my heart while lying in a valley of fresh, dewy green grass, and willowy ponds, and lily petals. I never thought before that a story about secret agents and espionage could be this freaking adorable, but here we This review is [not] classified. One word which absolutely defines and encompasses 'Amazing Agent Luna Vol 1' is: Cute. This manga is so cute that it could bring down any evil organisation and corrupt nation just through the collective reading of it. I want to hug and squeeze this thing to my heart while lying in a valley of fresh, dewy green grass, and willowy ponds, and lily petals. I never thought before that a story about secret agents and espionage could be this freaking adorable, but here we are. 'Amazing Agent Luna Vol 1' is like a funny yet thrilling and action packed Saturday morning cartoon in manga form. It's mainly set in a high school, yes, but it doesn't feel stale, dry, or aggravating. Its premise is simple yet shows promise. Each character is distinguishable, memorable, and likeable. And because of this, some cliches still manage to come across as fresh, if that makes sense. The cliches are understated, at the least. The pacing is just right - its action scenes and character moments happen at the appropriate times. And did I mention that this American-made manga is cute? 'Cause it is! It is a doll! Luna is a teenage girl who from the test tube has been trained her entire life to be the world's greatest secret agent. US government funded, she's a biological weapon. But for all of her skills and intelligence, she is an adolescent girl in need of other, more normal experiences. Experiences like her new mission, which assigns her to Nobel High School. For the first time this brilliant yet cute and naive girl will make friends, and social rivals; plus get to know new clothes and brands, plus modern slang, and game rules (like in netball). And since this is mid-2000s high school writing, Luna will have her first crush on a boy at Nobel High. And waddiya know, this crush and fellow new kid Jonah happens to be the son of Luna's agency's arch nemesis, Count Von Brucken! (Good old American xenophobia which I hope is subverted in later volumes). But as naive as Luna can be, she has her priorities straight, and she won't let her feelings for a typical mysterious bishonen get in the way of her mission. How can a spy girl be like a Magical Girl and yet not? That's what 'Amazing Agent Luna' presents to us, and I commend it. Luna is serious, smart, determined and action orientated as an agent - particularly in her ninja gear - and also rather a crybaby when off duty, and uncertain, shy and self-conscious as a school girl being social for the first time in her life. She's as messy and complex as any teenager, no matter how she was raised. She really is adorable, and relatable (as can be, given all of her bizarre circumstances, and who hasn't felt like a lonely outsider alien in high school?) and worth idolising. As well as her "Control"/Agent Jennifer Kajiwara (the serious one with the defrosting heart), and Dr. Andy Collins (the understanding house dad one) posing as her parents, other people in Luna's life now include her school friends: Francesca, who is pretty, kind and friendly, but is also friends with the school's popular mean girl Elizabeth, and Francesca will be forced to choose between her and Luna - she will realise who her true friends are, and she's a loyal cream puff; then there's Oliver, a loser skateboarder who always stumbles into trouble, and has a crush on Luna, but for all his moodiness and foibles he is genuinely nice and his heart is in the right place. Jonah is hardly worth mentioning at this time; the love subplot pales in comparison to the main espionage plot. Friendship is more interesting anyway. Luna also makes friends with Aristotle, an owl, who is the school's mascot. Principle Ohlinger is hilarious, and so is Count Von Brucken, which I definitely did not expect from his serious first appearance. This manga contains great comedic timing. How sweet, funny and entertaining 'Amazing Agent Luna Vol 1' is. I am actually thinking about reading more of this series, which almost never happens to me with manga nowadays. At least this is a finished series. Recommended for a wholesome and darling good time. There is certainly more to this mystery - and to Luna - than meets the eye. Final Score: 4/5

  6. 5 out of 5

    Richard Dominguez

    "Amazing Agent Luna Vol 1" by Nunzio Defilippis is the first 6 issues of the Luna Stories. This is my first time reading the Luna manga and it turned out to be a fun read. Luna is the product of a government cloning project. Raised in the laboratory and trained as a spy/assassin, her skill are formidable. The one skill she has not mastered are her social and interpersonal skills, which turns out to be a problem on her second mission. Finding information which ties the staff of a high school to a "Amazing Agent Luna Vol 1" by Nunzio Defilippis is the first 6 issues of the Luna Stories. This is my first time reading the Luna manga and it turned out to be a fun read. Luna is the product of a government cloning project. Raised in the laboratory and trained as a spy/assassin, her skill are formidable. The one skill she has not mastered are her social and interpersonal skills, which turns out to be a problem on her second mission. Finding information which ties the staff of a high school to a dangerous villain, Luna goes undercover as a high school student. The story is simple and easy to follow, making for fast fun reading. Watching as Luna tries to fit in and is exposed to feelings that are foreign to her. A kind of coming of age story mixed with espionage, fast paced action and the usual goofy stuff teenagers go through makes this a great read. The characters are diverse and fun and like real teenagers some of the characters have depth of character and others are rather shallow. The 2 agents assigned to fill in as Luna's parents are her therapist and her controller. The banter between these to as the mission needs to be completed without damaging Luna's natural emotional growth I found very interesting. I enjoyed this and will be reading Vol 2 in the near future.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lanie

    A very cute first volume. I've definitely needed some fun, fluffy easy reads lately and "amazing agent Luna" (& a little James Patterson) definitely fit the bill. :) the was terribly cute. Socially clueless secret agent teen must brave the perils of high school to gain valuable information on the world's most dangerous criminal mind? Sign me up! This was fluffy, yet exciting. Some very funny moments, too. The artwork is simple compared to the detailed beautiful (& gore) of last couple of mangas A very cute first volume. I've definitely needed some fun, fluffy easy reads lately and "amazing agent Luna" (& a little James Patterson) definitely fit the bill. :) the was terribly cute. Socially clueless secret agent teen must brave the perils of high school to gain valuable information on the world's most dangerous criminal mind? Sign me up! This was fluffy, yet exciting. Some very funny moments, too. The artwork is simple compared to the detailed beautiful (& gore) of last couple of mangas I've been reading. "Black butler" & "ubel blatt." (That means "sinister blade") but simple doesn't mean it was bad. It was actually quite cute. Just a bit different than I'm used to. It's ok though. Different is good. The characters are nice too. I really like Luna. & Oliver hilarious. So are her "parents". Not sure how I feel about Francesca yet. Over this was a very good first volume and I definitely look forward to reading volume 2. :) recommended for people who enjoy shojo manga.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Madelynn Shuler

    Luna is the best as a created, genetically-enhanced secret agent for the U.S. government. Luna is prepared for an espionage mission. There is only one problem—high school. Now having to pose as an ordinary high schooler, Luna goes undercover to figure out the sinister plot of her nemesis, Count Von Brucken. However, is Luna able to handle friends, enemies and emotions while being a top secret spy? Not to mention that the boy she’s crushing on is none other than bad boy Jonah, Count Von Brucken’s Luna is the best as a created, genetically-enhanced secret agent for the U.S. government. Luna is prepared for an espionage mission. There is only one problem—high school. Now having to pose as an ordinary high schooler, Luna goes undercover to figure out the sinister plot of her nemesis, Count Von Brucken. However, is Luna able to handle friends, enemies and emotions while being a top secret spy? Not to mention that the boy she’s crushing on is none other than bad boy Jonah, Count Von Brucken’s son. I really liked this manga series and it was what got me into manga. Although kinda stereotypical storyline (top secret spy has to go undercover as an ordinary citizen but didn’t anticipate the struggles of school and friends) there was still twists and turns in its own universe of a story. Luna is such a cute and cheerful character while being able to beat a dozen of trained men. I believe this story has a good balance between showing strong, female characters while not overdoing an unrealistic female character.

  9. 5 out of 5

    DOUGLAS J BERRY

    Excellent manga Good detailed black and white artwork. English language is smooth. Reads Japanese style but,you can isolate each panel with the double tap method, which should be standard but occasionally is not. The story is the typical alienation of teenagers deal, set in a high school with secrets.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Abi

    This was a pretty interesting start to a series. Luna is a greta main character! She's interesting, kickass, and relatable. The side characters are funny and intriguing, as is the overall plot. I will be reading the next volume! 4 stars. This was a pretty interesting start to a series. Luna is a greta main character! She's interesting, kickass, and relatable. The side characters are funny and intriguing, as is the overall plot. I will be reading the next volume! 4 stars.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Aiko

    I thought it was action-packed and funny at the right times. It had a solid plot and I might read the next one.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Charlie Easterson

    Pretty standard, fluffy manga. Reads like how someone who’s never read manga would imagine manga. Not my jam.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Warrior Solar

    It was really exciting and fun I love Luna so much! And I just had so much fun reading this!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Allybopolis

    Cute book! The first bit of the book was boring to me and the art style kinda takes some getting used to but overall this read left me with a smile on my face! Francesca and Oliver are so fun!🤣

  15. 5 out of 5

    Leslie M.

    This is the first Manga book I've read, and I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. I will likely check out other books in the series. I found Luna to be an interesting character. This is the first Manga book I've read, and I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. I will likely check out other books in the series. I found Luna to be an interesting character.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    Cute. Super agent turned high school student. Let the games begin.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kae

    Too much about love Interests and not enough about the actual plot. My quest for sherlockian manga continues..

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kaj Samuelsson

    Better than I expected. I will continue reading this.

  19. 5 out of 5

    MC

    Among the world of comics, there is a small, but growing, number of English-language titles that are produced here in America in the vein of manga. They are no less a part of the manga genre, but are created in America and not Japan. One such series I have recently started is the first volume of the Amazing Agent Luna series. Think of the earlier 2000's series Alias, but a lot less sexy and violent. Essentially, the protagonist, Luna, is a laboratory-grown human female that was created and raised Among the world of comics, there is a small, but growing, number of English-language titles that are produced here in America in the vein of manga. They are no less a part of the manga genre, but are created in America and not Japan. One such series I have recently started is the first volume of the Amazing Agent Luna series. Think of the earlier 2000's series Alias, but a lot less sexy and violent. Essentially, the protagonist, Luna, is a laboratory-grown human female that was created and raised to be the height of human potential. She is the “perfect” secret agent, who works for a covert group of the US government that makes the CIA look like amateurs. Unfortunately, Luna is about to face the greatest challenge of her fifteen years of life: high school. For Luna, this is scarier than for any other fifteen year old girl, as she has no social skills whatsoever. Despite this, she is the only agent who can realistically be placed at a prestigious high school attended by the children of international political figures. Along with her control agent, and an agency psychiatrist, who pose as her mom and dad (we eventually find this isn't entirely a lie, from what I saw on the internet), she will infiltrate the school to learn of and thwart the schemes of a rogue state bent on terrorism. While the premise is exciting, there are rarely any action scenes in the first volume. They are cool when they are there, but, like with much anime and manga, it is more of a “slice of life” format. The subplots in such genres seem to be just as important, and in some episodes and issues, more important, than the main plot. What I liked was that the spy stuff was toned down, and we didn't have any “kick butt” characters. Oh, Luna WILL mess you up six ways from Sunday if you give her cause (which takes a lot since she's so nice), but she is a young girl just navigating high school. That is the main story, and why I enjoy this so much. There is no (at least so far) political commentary or what not. It's just a coming of age story with some cool action scenes thrown in. Definitely Recommended.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kristin Miranda

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I READ THIS THIRD QUARTER: This book was amazing! My friend, Janelle, gave me this book for my birthday and I really enjoyed it! Even though the book was confusing to read because everything was backwards, it was a lot of fun. The plot, characters, and setting was vivid and interesting. Luna is a secret agent, as the title predicts. She is born in a lab and has been trained over her life to be the PERFECT agent. One day, she is sent to a high school to go undercover for a top secret mission. She m I READ THIS THIRD QUARTER: This book was amazing! My friend, Janelle, gave me this book for my birthday and I really enjoyed it! Even though the book was confusing to read because everything was backwards, it was a lot of fun. The plot, characters, and setting was vivid and interesting. Luna is a secret agent, as the title predicts. She is born in a lab and has been trained over her life to be the PERFECT agent. One day, she is sent to a high school to go undercover for a top secret mission. She meets new people, but quickly becomes an outsider. She ends up making two new friends, but there is only one person who catches her eye. Her arch-nemesis' son ends up going to the same high school as her and rumor has it that he likes Luna! Luna ends up running around school, catching owls, and falling in love. The book ends with a suspenseful cliffhanger... This book reminds me of a youtube movie by Nigahiga called "Agents of Secret Stuff." The movie is pretty much about a boy who is raised to be a secret agent. His last mission, before he is appointed to be an official agent, is to go undercover as a high school student. He sticks out like a sore thumb, and he ends up falling for a girl. The movie is REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, funny.

  21. 5 out of 5

    D.M. Dutcher

    It's different than you would expect. I liked it more than I should have. Luna is a normal fifteen-year old teenager, entering a new school for the first time. She is also a genetically engineered test-tube baby who spies for a secret agency. After completing a mission in Paris and discovering the intentions of the nefarious Count Van Brucken, she is sent to a school that's supposed to be affiliated with one of his projects. Can a sweet, if socially awkward super-spy make friends, and deal with g It's different than you would expect. I liked it more than I should have. Luna is a normal fifteen-year old teenager, entering a new school for the first time. She is also a genetically engineered test-tube baby who spies for a secret agency. After completing a mission in Paris and discovering the intentions of the nefarious Count Van Brucken, she is sent to a school that's supposed to be affiliated with one of his projects. Can a sweet, if socially awkward super-spy make friends, and deal with growing feelings for a certain boy? It's hard to explain why it works so well. The whole spy thing is more Totally Spies than James Bond, with the ninja-like Luna not in serious peril. At points its a little bit silly, but fun in sort of an archetypal saturday-morning cartoon way. Considering how manga is often either sugary sweetness, hot hot-bloodedness, or grim darkness, the light-hearted fun in it is surprisingly welcome. If you like Ninja High School it reminded me of it. It's an enjoyable first volume, but I'm worried if later volumes (and there are many) are as interesting. Definitely worth checking out for fans of manga.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Makaila Leigh Moore

    A special Agent teenage girl name Luna was in paris on a mission but as ran into a boy about her age after breaking into her enemy fort, and she was talking to him for about 5 seconds before the body guards came running down the street, then she told the boy she had to o and ran off and the boy told the guards about who beautiful she was. Then she had to get sent in a school called Noble High to find out who was working for her enemy and the next day the boy from paris cames and tries to talk to A special Agent teenage girl name Luna was in paris on a mission but as ran into a boy about her age after breaking into her enemy fort, and she was talking to him for about 5 seconds before the body guards came running down the street, then she told the boy she had to o and ran off and the boy told the guards about who beautiful she was. Then she had to get sent in a school called Noble High to find out who was working for her enemy and the next day the boy from paris cames and tries to talk to her but she gets all shy, and runs off. Then she told her Officer what she all learned and now she has to be more careful around him so he doesn't figure out that she was the one who broke in to his father fort. Finally there mascot went missin and after she pretends to forget her homework at school she finds him in a lab in the basement and comes back the next to find that they boy from paris is now dating the mean girl in school and she did like him, but she doesn't care. She needed to do her job, she free the schools mascot and her professor got arrested and sent away to jail while she still has to stay their wishing to go back to base where she was born and raised.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nikki Sojkowski

    Luna. A test tube baby raised in a lab training with adults to be a spy. Not just any spy. The Best spy EVER. With her genetically advanced DNA she's smart, quick, AND pretty. What else does a girl need? Well, friends would be a good start. Luna is about to go on the hardest mission of her life: High School. Now entering adolescence her emotions are crazy and the lab just couldn't handle it. So with Control has her mom and Dr. Andy as her dad she gets situated as the new Girl in Nobel High. Wher Luna. A test tube baby raised in a lab training with adults to be a spy. Not just any spy. The Best spy EVER. With her genetically advanced DNA she's smart, quick, AND pretty. What else does a girl need? Well, friends would be a good start. Luna is about to go on the hardest mission of her life: High School. Now entering adolescence her emotions are crazy and the lab just couldn't handle it. So with Control has her mom and Dr. Andy as her dad she gets situated as the new Girl in Nobel High. Where everyone hates her. Except him. The dorky skateboarder that you just can't help but love. Oliver <3 Before long Miss. Queen Bee hates her, Queen Bee's friend Francesca becomes Luna's best friend, and another new kid transfers so she's not the awkward new kid anymore. Good right? Wrong. This guy just happens to be Luna's Enemy's son Jonah Von Brucken. The young Von Brucken is the Mysterious, Brooding, Handsome type (He's got nothing on Oliver though) and he catches every girl's eye, but he only wants Luna. What'll happen? You'll just have to enjoy this fun read to find out!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Klara

    At first glance, I assumed "Amazing Agent Luna" would be a generic rendition of the magical-girl-meets-high-school-hijinks shojo manga plot, and it's true elements of that storyline do appear here. Love triangles, clique troubles, and emotional roller coaster rides abound; covert on-campus clashes with villains also arise. On the whole, however, "Amazing Agent Luna" features a fresh enough perspective to distinguish it from the ranks of mere rip-offs. Protagonist Luna's powers, for one thing, sp At first glance, I assumed "Amazing Agent Luna" would be a generic rendition of the magical-girl-meets-high-school-hijinks shojo manga plot, and it's true elements of that storyline do appear here. Love triangles, clique troubles, and emotional roller coaster rides abound; covert on-campus clashes with villains also arise. On the whole, however, "Amazing Agent Luna" features a fresh enough perspective to distinguish it from the ranks of mere rip-offs. Protagonist Luna's powers, for one thing, spring from elite genetics and spy training rather than sorcery. While the gist of her adventures - thwarting minor villains in the course of catching the ultimate evil character, juggling normal-life responsibilities and secret missions - are familiar, the specific characters are fleshed out enough to bring a new and entertaining spin to the idea.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Dbgirl

    This is now the first manga I've ever read all the way through, too bad this isn't a real manga after all, but story written by two Americans and one Japanese as an illustrator. But it's OK. I've been interested of manga for a while but never have really get it (unlike anime), I think I can't read it right. I picked this from a library because of its silly idea. Yes, it is silly but in a good way. Adorable teen girl as a super agent in high school? It actually worked and it was fun! A good enter This is now the first manga I've ever read all the way through, too bad this isn't a real manga after all, but story written by two Americans and one Japanese as an illustrator. But it's OK. I've been interested of manga for a while but never have really get it (unlike anime), I think I can't read it right. I picked this from a library because of its silly idea. Yes, it is silly but in a good way. Adorable teen girl as a super agent in high school? It actually worked and it was fun! A good entertainment and easy to read. Recommendable to people like me who are still searching their way into the world of manga.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    A fun read for middle to high school girls about a genetically engineered, lab raised teenager who is on the hardest mission of her life: high school. Sent to Nobel High to investigate why her nemesis is researching the school, Luna must learn to navigate a "normal" life for the first time. The series doesn't break any new ground, but is good fun. Within the first three novels, the only concern is the exaggerated depiction of the female body - which is an unfortunate norm of manga. The art is nic A fun read for middle to high school girls about a genetically engineered, lab raised teenager who is on the hardest mission of her life: high school. Sent to Nobel High to investigate why her nemesis is researching the school, Luna must learn to navigate a "normal" life for the first time. The series doesn't break any new ground, but is good fun. Within the first three novels, the only concern is the exaggerated depiction of the female body - which is an unfortunate norm of manga. The art is nicely done, crisp and serves the story.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Selena

    Female super-secret agent? Sweet. Owl? Even better. Socially awkward female super-secret agent going to high school who is good friends with an owl? Epic. I like socially awkward characters. Mostly because I was "socially awkward" for my public school life. As in, no one talked to me while I wanted to talk to everyone. The art's pretty, and characters make up for what it lacks in story. Female super-secret agent? Sweet. Owl? Even better. Socially awkward female super-secret agent going to high school who is good friends with an owl? Epic. I like socially awkward characters. Mostly because I was "socially awkward" for my public school life. As in, no one talked to me while I wanted to talk to everyone. The art's pretty, and characters make up for what it lacks in story.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rosa

    Luna is a spy that was born in a test tube and raised in a government lab to be the ultimate spy. Her newest mission forces her to go to high school, which will present more challenges then Luna expected. A fun, goofy spy series, which is my favorite kind. Love getting to see Agent Jennifer from the prequel all grown up.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay

    Fifteen-year-old Luna, born from a test tube, has been trained as a secret U.S. government agent since birth. After failing a mission in Paris she is reassigned to pose as a student at Nobel High. With Luna's emotions running high and her lack of socialism this proves to be the hardest mission yet. To make matters worse the new boy that she has a crush on is her arch enemy’s son. Fifteen-year-old Luna, born from a test tube, has been trained as a secret U.S. government agent since birth. After failing a mission in Paris she is reassigned to pose as a student at Nobel High. With Luna's emotions running high and her lack of socialism this proves to be the hardest mission yet. To make matters worse the new boy that she has a crush on is her arch enemy’s son.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Emily Honn

    An amazing book great for all lovers of anime and manga. The main character is a young girl who has never had a childhood since she as raised in a lab and trained with adult agents. she now working on a mission where she takes the life of a high school girl but what happens when she makes a few friends and even a boy... looks like you'll have to find out. An amazing book great for all lovers of anime and manga. The main character is a young girl who has never had a childhood since she as raised in a lab and trained with adult agents. she now working on a mission where she takes the life of a high school girl but what happens when she makes a few friends and even a boy... looks like you'll have to find out.

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