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FREE READ The Recruit 109 ¹ Os agentes da CHERUB têm todos menos de dezassete anos Vestem calças de ganga e t shirts e parecem crianças perfeitamente normais mas não sãoEles são profissionais treinados enviados para missões de espionagem contra terroristas e traficantes de drogas temidos internacionalmenteMas para efeitos oficiais estas crianças NÃO EXISTES NÃO EXISTEMJames é o mais recente recruta da CHERUB É brilhante a matemática e a CHERUB precisa dele Esperam no cem dias de recrutaA aventura está a começa. I had pretty high hopes for this book because the kids at school especially the year 7 and 8 students LOVE this series Like they're aaaaaaaaaaalways out on loan And I've had multiple students tell me that these books are incredible So I finally picked one up And I suspect I'm at least 20 years too old for this series because this book waspretty effing bad The basic plot is that an eleven year old boy lives with his younger sister and morbidly obese mother who runs a shoplifting ring When his mother dies unexpectedly he ends up in the system while his sister is sent to live with her father James gets into all kinds of trouble while in a group home to the point where he ends up being recruited by CHERUB a division of MI5 where all the agents are between the ages of 10 and 17 We follow him through basic training and his first mission So it sounded AMAZING But this writing was terrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrible It feltlike it was written by a 10 year old boy James had every gaming console and every game of ever and all these brand name clothes and then he learns to swim and run lots and lots But it also felt like it was written by a 13 year old boy who's just discovering girls and dealing with body image issues Like as a result of the swimming and running James who by this point has turned 12 ends up with a fully sick sixpack And aaaaaaaaaaaall the girls want him So the premise was cool The execution Yeah that sucked I hated James I hated the writing I hated how slow the plot was I hated the fact that every one of these kids is amazing at EVERYTHING with a little bit of training Like they all pick up languages super uickly and get their black belts in karate within 6 months of starting and everything just seems a little TOO EASY I did like the secondary characters though Sothere's that

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Os agentes da CHERUB têm todos menos de dezassete anos Vestem calças de ganga e t shirts e parecem crianças perfeitamente normais mas não sãoEles são profiss. SCHOOL FOR SPIESPretty awesome right I thought so too when I first read the blurb It deeply befuddled me to see the low amount of readership it had if we compare to the Alex Rider or even The Gallagher Girls series one but oh well we can’t make sense of every single thingBut now I see why or at least have a good theory This is a good story and it exploits a very good concept The fact that the level of experience is determined by t shirt colors makes the school seem even special Also the classes there look fairly engrossing if only we got to attend a few of them I remember in The Gallagher Girls series the settings would often be the classes themselves but not in thisJames feels lucky of having integrated the CHERUB secret system but his mind is often on other things Everywhere he goes he gets in trouble by acting recklessly It becomes SO annoying after a while Alex Rider isn’t like that Following James’ adventures felt ordinary The characters around him themselves are not ones worth of getting attached too expect for the cool headmaster we barely see The mission honestly bored me Everything before that kept me relatively interested because it was building to something and that is why I will keep on reading the series but the undercover operation seriously lacked the suspense we feel when reading an Alex Rider or Gallagher Girls one I’m just hoping the author realized that too and wrote the seuels with a considerable dose of thatI’m not surprised I liked it seeing that spies can never actually be ‘boring’ but I’m radically disappointed in the action

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The RecruitIonais treinados enviados para missões de espionagem contra terroristas e traficantes de drogas temidos internacionalmenteMas para efeitos oficiais estas criança. This book is about a child named James Adams who's mother has just died When his little sister got sent to live with her father Uncle Ron James had to move to the Nebraska House James meets a boy named Kyle But a while after James came to the Nebraska House they sent him and Kyle to Cherub It turned out that Kyle was already a part of Cherub Cherub is a organization in the UK that takes kids and turns them into agentsThey send them on top secret missions that M15 or the police don't know about There are different shirt colors for your rank at Cherub Orange is guest Red is before training Blue is for training Grey is for completing training Navy is for doing a good job on missions and Black is for doing an excellent job on many missions After James completed his 100 day training he got sent on a mission with his swimming teacher Amy to go into a place called Fort Harmony and find out about some terriorist related activities After they nailed all of them except for one James and Amy went back to Cherub When they got back James got his Navy Shirt and Kyle got his after Kyle was jeolous that James got his Navy Shirt before him I liked reading this book because it was very exciting I don't recommend this book to younger readers