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Zeke Bartholomew: Superspy! (Zeke Bartholomew #1)

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It all started on a day like any other.
(Now I gotta deal with this guy)
The sun rose. I had waffles for breakfast. I caught my dad SCRATCHING HIS BUTT. It
was a rerun of pretty much every day of my life. But late that night, EVERYTHING CHANGED...
One minute I'm digging through my neighbor's garbage looking for clues (long story), and the next minute I'm KIDNAPPED BY GOONS
Paperback, 231 pages
Published November 1st 2011 by Sourcebooks Jabberwocky (first published January 1st 2011)
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This is such a fun book! ZEKE BARTHOLOMEW:SUPERSPY! is narrated by Zeke, a 7th grade zero average in everything. Zeke talks directly to his audience during parts of the book and relates how he was kidnapped, rescued, chased, and ultimately had to try and save the world. With a little help, of course.

Zeke is an immediately likeable character. He’s imaginative, a little geeky, a nice kid and good person. A little too preoccupied with spies, maybe, and that preoccupation leads to both the scariest
Sheila Beaumont
A smart, nerdy, unathletic middle-school boy named Zeke Bartholomew, mistaken for a spy boy who has just moved in next door, is abducted by goons working for an evil mastermind named Le Carré. Zeke turns out not to be such an inept, dorky loser, after all, and finds himself, along with a spy girl named Sparrow, fighting an albino monster and saving the world from Le Carré's scheme to zombify everyone through subliminal sounds embedded in a pop-music video.

This is a really entertaining spy thrill
I generally read books which appeal to my grandson and this one had me laughing at the imagination of this author. A book full of suspense that young people and perhaps some adults would enjoy.
Cheesy and original enough to be good. I'll definitely read the next one.
Very clever and totally hilarious. If I still worked in an elementary school, I would definitely be book talking this one! Zeke wants to be a spy - and really, haven't most of us wanted to be one at some time during childhood? (Or maybe adulthood?!) Unfortunately, when he gets drawn into a huge mess of spies and villains and a plot to take over the world, Zeke discovers that real life spies don't have quite as much in common with the spies of novels and movies. Fortunately, he's a fast thinker a ...more
it was ok but the plot was pretty cliche so u kno how how it is but it was really funny at times
Luann Schindler
cute. funny. enjoyable.
David Pinter
Yes we're related
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Founder and publisher of Polis Books, which you can visit at, and Bestselling thriller writer and author of the ZEKE BARTHOLOMEW series for young readers. My books have nearly 1.5 million copies in print worldwide in over a dozen languages, have been nominated for numerous awards and optioned for film. ...more
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