Kids’ Club Review by Lucas: Urban outlaws

Urban outlawsUrban outlaws, by Peter Jay Black

Wow! This book was amazing!
Meet Jack, part of the gang Urban Outlaws with Charlie, Obi, Slink, Wren. From a bunker beneath the city of London live 5 super amazing skilled orphans that go through tough missions to save the poor, they rob bad guys and give all of it to the poor or charity! Their latest mission is going to put them in big trouble. Del Sarto, one of the worlds richest, dirtiest, smartest criminal is right at their feet trying to get them for a computer that you can hack in to anything, according to Jack, it’s all his fault but together they can make it out alive, or can they!…

5 stars

Reviewed by Lucas from Miramar and Seatoun School , 11 years old

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Kids’ Club Review by Callum: Double cross

Double crossDouble cross, by Malorie Blackman (TEEN FICTION)

Double cross is the fourth book in the Noughts and Crosses series. This book is brilliant. It is about how Tobey gets mixed up with a gang leader called McAuley and a ruthless cross family called the Dowds. In this book Callie Rose, Tobies girlfriend is shot by McAuley. Tobey swears his revenge and will do anything to get it. Will his life drop like a lead balloon or will he rise to get his revenge?

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