Book Reviews of Spy High Mission One (Spy High)

Spy High Mission One (Spy High)
Spy High Mission One - Spy High
Author: A. J. Butcher
ISBN-13: 9780316737609
ISBN-10: 0316737607
Publication Date: 5/5/2004
Pages: 224
Reading Level: Young Adult
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Little, Brown
Book Type: Paperback
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This book was great. My 12 year old son loved it and I had to order the entire series. I also read it and thought it was really good for young adult lit. There are 6 Spy Highs, and 6 Spy High 2s that are written about each character. I really recommend this series for any mom who is trying to get her pre-teen boy to read more!
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Suspensful and entertaining.
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As students at a special high school that trains them to be secret agents, six teenagers struggle to complete the training exercises as a team before being sent out into the field to sink or swim.


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Written by A.J. Butcher

" Devereaux Academy is not what it seems. The football team practicing beside the ivy covered dormitory is merely a hologram, and the elderly receptionist could break your neck in threeseconds flat. Devereaux's students rarely call the school by its proper name. They call it Spy High.
Ordinarily, the students hand picked by Senior Tutor Elmore Grant are flawless, but his latest creation, Bond Team, is falling short of expectations. When personality clashes between elected leader Benjamin T. Stanton Jr. and farmer's son Jake Daly threaten to torpedo the group's chances at completing the academy's rigorous virtual reality training program, Grant decides Bond Team needs a bonding experience. Suddenly, there's nothing virtual about the danger Ben, Jake, and the rest of Bond Team find themselves in. This time failure won't simply result in expulsion from the school and purging their memories. This time, failure will result in death."