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Spy High Mission Four: The Paranoia Plot (Spy High (Spy High #4)

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Rebecca Dee has spiked green hair, a lot of body piercings and even more attitude. But that's not what's bothering Jake, Cally and the others. They're more worried about the accidents that seem to happen whenever their new teammate is around. And about where she keeps sneaking off to late at night. Because with strange and dangerous events unfolding in the world outside Sp ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published November 3rd 2004 by Little, Brown Young Readers (first published 2003)
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Chris
By far, this is the best written book in this series. It is kind of confusing at the very beginning, BUT once you get to the second part it gets very interesting very quickly. But the biggest, most careless mistake in this book is that the villain from the second book is reintroduced- and so is Jennifer Chen, who died in the book just before this one. Dr. Frankenstine clones Jennifer and himself, while also doing brain implants of the most influential person in the world at the time: the preside ...more
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Morgan
The only bad part about this book is that Jennifer had to come back as a clone and die again.
Rylee
i love bex and there is something going on between lori and jake
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Fahad
This book is good because if you have been reading the series of theese books then you will understand it. I did not read the series yet but i still liked it.
Hanna
I found this book somewhat confusing but only because I read the 4th book in the series 1st. But if you consider that I still managed to comprehend the writing even thought it's not the 1st makes it amazing. You can't do that with too many series.
Brooke
What's the point of bringing Jen back just to kill her off again? I can see why this series went out of print.
Bex was okay, but I hate Ben. Guy needs to get over himself. Like, seriously.
Kathleen
Need to order Mission Five and Six. They are no longer in print and are not available at the local library.
Mindy
'twas a very nice book. Lots of surprises. Yes.
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Andrew James Butcher is the English author of the futuristic teen spy series, Spy High. A.J., who taught English at both Poole Grammar School and Parkstone Grammar School, in Poole, Dorset, and currently teaches at Talbot Heath School in Bournemouth, Dorset took a sabbatical from his teaching career to write Spy High Series Two. He says he has been influenced by Charles Dickens and George Orwell, ...more
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