Ryan Sharma is a Cherub agent. Working undercover, he can slip under adult radar and get information that sends criminals and terrorists to jail. Now he's investigating a double kidnapping, working with mission controller James Adams.
In the mission to end all missions, Ryan and James must assemble a team of legendary Cherub agents to find the hostages and bring them home....
The last and most exciting ever title in the best-selling Cherub series.
©2016 Robert Muchamore (P)2016 Hachette Children's Group
Fair storyline with some edge of your seat action. Finished a little abruptly but tied up the loose ends as expected. Narration was way too fast, that guy reads in short bursts so you have to slow it down to hear what he's even saying but then it leaves empty spaces between bursts. Still worth reading though.
"so far so far off from his old style"
so far off of his normal style that this book is almost like a third series trying to bring it on the adult version of a kids book
Great final book,a epic finale to the series. Hoping that he will do more, but I don't think he will
"buy this book"
Loved it was so good have every book from this series absolutely love it. Definitely would recommend
"Amazing Book and Thank You"
Yes, it takes the characters we know and love, and puts them in a new situation without losing any of the special elements the whole series has.
The bringing together of new and old characters to work together, a fitting end to such a good series.
Difficult... I would have to say James as he is the character I wanted to be so much. Also as Simon has narrated most of the books i imagine James having his voice.
The ending for two reasons. 1) It was the end of the series that I grew up with has has inspired me massively. 2) It was short, enough to close the series, but not enough to drag on (I'd love an epilogue short story - where do all the characters end up in 10/15 years).
Thank you Robert Muchamore for this amazing series. Ive been reading the books for 10 years (since you visited my school) and loved every minute of them, they have inspired me to become the person I am today)
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