Wednesday, October 30, 2013

BOOK REVIEW: DOUBLE VISON: CODE 711

DOUBLE VISION: CODE 711
F.T. Bradley
Harper Collins
2013

Available: hard copy, Kindle, Nook

     Linc lives a double life. At home he's just a regular middle schooler, but when he's on the job, he's a spy. He's so good his parents don't even know that he's an agent for Pandora, a super-super secret government agency. Agent Stark arrives just before dinner to brief him about his new assignment. It's simple, all he has to do is to protect the the first daughter and
to find George Washington's legendary coat that is said to make its wearer invincible. The agency is afraid that a CIA mole has the coat and plans on using it to take out the president and her family. In a race against time, Linc sets out to thwart the bad guys before the worst case scenario happens.
    Linc is a fun character. He has a strong funny voice. He's courageous and uses his gray cells to delve into the nations past to solve the mystery of the present. The history of spies in the Revolutionary War is woven seamlessly into the plot. A fun, exciting and educational read.


Target audience: Grades 6-9
Mystery / suspense: action packed
Kid appeal: Boy's especially will like this



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