With a strong central character rooted firmly in reality, CHERUB action is believable and attainable, making this a much more credible read than many of the spy stories on the market. Every CHERUB agent comes from somewhere. Dante Scott still has nightmares about the death of his family, brutally murdered by a biker gang. Dante is given the chance to become a member of CHERUB, a trained professional with one essential advantage: adults never suspect that children are spying on them. But when Dante joins James and Lauren Adams on a mission to infiltrate Brigands Motorcycle Club, he's ready to use everything he's learned to get revenge on the people who killed his family ... Praise for books in the CHERUB series: 'Punchy, exciting, glamorous and, what's more, you'll completely wish it was true.' -- The Sunday Express While it is exciting, high-octane stuff, Muchamore's tongue makes regular journeys to his cheek, and this sense of humour is probably what makes his books so popular. -- The Bookbag If your teenagers haven't yet discovered the Cherub series about young secret agents, what have they been reading? (The General) maintains the crackling tension and high-octane drama... -- Daily Mail
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