great as per usual
Reviewed by Sam from Wadestown, 12 years old
Class A, by Robert Muchamore
this is definitely my favourite book by Robert Muchamore it definitely earns its 5 stars
Reviewed by sam from Wadestown, 12 years old
People’s republic, by Robert Muchamore
Ryan is the mirror image of James Adams from series one. Robert Muchamore did an amazing job as I usually get board when the second series comes out and the cycle starts again but with someone new. Peoples republic is an excellent book with cool plot twists and exhilarating. definately deserves 5 stars
Reviewed by sam wells from Wadestown, 12 years old
Guardian angel, by Robert Muchamore
From an action packed story to high quality writing, this book is one of the best! This book is probably my favourite book of the Cherub series 2. Robert Muchamore is my favourite writer yet!
Reviewed by Luca from Miramar, 12 years old
Black Friday, by Robert Muchamore
I thought this book was very well written. The story was very exciting at times with Ryan and such. The reason why I gave the book 4 stars instead of 5 is because it was a little dull at times. Overall I think it was a really good book!
Reviewed by Luca from Miramar and Amesbury School , 12 years old
The Recruit, by Robert Muchamore
great book for 10 – 12 year old. very dangers book just the thing I like.i GOT SUCKED INTO IT ON THE FIRSTWORD
Reviewed by ollie from Island Bay and Owhiro Bay School , 10 years old
Shadow Wave, by Robert Muchamore (Teen Fiction)
A good book for spy lovers and people with a thirst for fun
Reviewed by Jordan from Central City, 12 years old
Shadow wave, by Robert Muchamore (Teen Novel)
This book was stunning! I had my head stuck in it for two days! This book is about 17 Year-old CHERUB Agent James Adams, trying to take down Tan Abadullah, The malaysian Governor.
I would really reccomend this book to 12 Years and older because of Language and Some references to drugs, ETC
Reviewed by Conor from Tawa, 12 years old
The recruit, by Robert Muchamore
What does your mum do for a living? The main character of this book would say that his mum stole from shops, changed her cell phone every week and sold the stolen goods for a cheaper price. When James’s Mum dies he is sent of to an orphanage. He manages to survive there for a couple of weeks then one night in his sleep he is whisked off to CHERUB a special service for children over the age of 12 yet still under the age of 17. This is a branch of MI5. They run special operations that only kids could preform without being suspected. The training there is brutal but when you pass it the fun begins.
Recommended for all actoin lovers.
Reviewed by Annabelle from Karori, 12 years old
The Recruit by Robert Muchamore