Kids’ Club Review by Robin: Scorched earth

Scorched earthScorched earth, by Robert Muchamore

This book is really really really excellent. This book is about these kids who are orphans and are sabotaging the Germans to get them out of Paris and to win World War II. You won’t regret reading it

5 stars

Reviewed by Robin from Kilbirnie, 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Robin: One shot kill

One shot killOne shot kill, by Robert Muchamore

This is a great book about French spies fighting in World War II. This book is amazing, it is action packed and there si so much suspense. I would reccomend this book to everyone who loves books packed with action. Every word is worth reading.

5 stars

Reviewed by Robin from Kilbirnie, 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Robin: Secret army

Secret armySecret army, by Robert Muchamore

This book is an excellent book about kids who work as spies. They have to parachute into unknown land and get a gun for training to qualify as a CHERUB agent. This book is great because it isn’t all childish like Zac Power it is really realistic and I would reccomend it for anybody who loves books filled with action and suspense

5 stars

Reviewed by Robin from Kilbirnie, 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Robin: The escape

The escapeThe escape, by Robert Muchamore

This book is a great book about children who work as spies to win world war two. None of the parts are boring and its so action packed and there’s so much suspense you will want to read all night long. I would recommend this book to anybody who loves harry potter, alex rider or other action packed books.I know you won’t regret reading it

5 stars

Reviewed by Robin from Kilbirnie, 10 years old

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Kids’ Club Review by Leonid: Dark Days

Dark days, by Derek Landy

Skulduggery pleasant dark days: I found it was very funny and action packed, but with mysteries to unravel as well. I like how sometimes a characters are killed off, or leave the story to keep you on edge and slightly uncomfortable but exited. Heres the basic outline of the book… skulduggery the wise cracking detective is trapped in a parallel dimension and Valkyrie, skulduggery’s companion, is
left on her own to save skulduggery from certain death.
It’s a good book with lots of action combined with a slight detective novel theme. good for ages 8 and over.

5 stars

Reviewed by Leonid from Miramar, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Mia: Catching fire

Catching fireCatching fire, by Suzanne Collins

If action is your middle name. This would be perfect for you. Katniss and Peeta are alive and happily thinking that they aren’t going to get chosen. Every 25 years they have a “Quarter quell” which is like the hunger games but one rule they add. This years “Hunger games” is the 75th so it is a “Quarter quell”. What will the new rule be? Who will get chosen?

Series book 2 out of 3

4 stars

Reviewed by Mia from Wadestown, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Mia: The Hunger Games

The Hunger GamesThe Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins

If your an action lover, this book would be great for you. It’s about a girl called Katniss (age: 16) who is poor, and lives in district 12 (a district is like a town district 1 is the richest and district 12 is the poorest) so to keep her family alive she has to hunt for food. Every year there is what they call “The Hunger games” where two people(tributes) from each district fight to the death. There’s 24 tributes but only one comes out. Who will it be?

5 stars

Reviewed by Mia from Wadestown, 10 years old