by Alaric AdairPrint book : Fiction : Juvenile audience
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2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Wish it was me   (2009-10-09)
What a finish to this book! The author reels you in like a hooked fish. The young teen hero called Adam starts off in despair and has a lucky rescue. Gradually the characters are introduced into the story in an easy pace then suddenly "bang" the action starts.
It is somewhere on the mid-scale...
The boy next door makes good   (2009-11-08)
This story is kind of between Alex Rider , Cherub and Harry Potter. Anyone 13 and above will love it. It is a really clever and ingenious plot. Just when you think you have guessed what is going to happen next the plot twists round and bites you.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Excellent read and clever plot   (2009-11-07)
Similar to Alex Rider and Young James Bond but the hero Adam Cranford does not have official sanction and is a bit anti-police. The story starts with him being expelled from school as a rebel. There is a definite dark streak to the character of the hero. I just love the heroine Sally good looking...