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"An incredible adventure and great page turner!" - Bear Grylls.
He knows how to survive in a desert using only a camel!
One day I hope Bear Grylls blurbs one of my books.
Sadly enough, I wasn't impressed by the ending. It didn't really go where I was expecting it to go and the ending didn't...more
Now it is 1941 and they have been asked by Admiral MacPherson of the *London Controlling Section, with Prime Minister Churchill's approval, if they would be...more
Both Otto and Leni escaped a Nazi Germany. While in Great Britain, they are both asked to go back so they can be spies. Their job is to find the one thing that can help the Allies win the war. I wasn't a fan of Otto. I never felt a connection to him, and I didn't li...more
I enjoyed this book because it was action packed and t...more
Things didn't always make sense but so what? The excitement and adventure of it all kept me reading. The worse part was the ending-...more
An unknown boy was left next to dead and bloody bodies, he was the only one left alive. The name of that boy was Otto, he had to get to England in a way or another. He had to go now or never. He kept on running next to the dead bodies as he founds his last treasure, his father's watch. Otto then went to the ocean, where he sees boats. Thus, he is very sad about these dead people and bloody bodies.
Otto walks toward the water so the Engl...more
I did not like this book. I am a lover of historical fiction, so I was excited to read this title, but I was seriously disappointed. I thought the characters and plot were weakly developed, and the story was not believable in many places. I found myself rolling my eyes at some of the plot twists, and the chase scenes reminded me of a bad action...more
Hitler's Secret is a really good book because of its adventure and suspense. This book is about a boy and girl named Otto and Leni who are refugees which are traveling as spies for Britain to Germany to get a 9/10 year old girl who is thought by the British to be the end of the war. The book has a lot of adventure so on a scale of 1 to 5, I would give this book a 5.
”How can a child bring down Hitler?” I thought to myself, and concluded she must be a cyborg or a highly-trained ninja assassin. Clearly, I had been reading too much Bleach. Also, on the front cover there is a message from Bear Grylls that proclaims the book to be, “An incredible adventure and great page-turner.” Because of this statement I thought there would be a lot of gross survival stuff...more
Hitler's Secret is a action packed, page-turning spy adventure set during World War II featuring two young and heroic teens .
Otto and Leni have escaped from war-torn-Europe and are living in England as refugees. But theses two young teens have abilities that the secret service is in desperate need to, and soon the British are recruiting them into the secret service as spies! Before they know it, Otto and Leni are being air dropped back into the heart of Nazi territory. Their mission is to b
Otto and Leni have escaped from war-torn-Europe and are living in England as refugees. But theses two young teens have abilities that the secret service is in desperate need of, and soon the British are recruiting them into the secret service as spies! Before they know it, Otto and Leni are being air dropped back into the heart of Nazi territory. Their mission is to bring b...more
By William Osborne
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Otto and Leni thought they were safe: They escaped -- barely -- from war-torn Europe and are living as refugees in England. But now the Crown has recruited them: Great Britain wants them to go back. As spies!
Dropped behind enemy lines, Otto and Leni embark on a top-secret operation. Code name: Wolfsangel. Their mission? Capture the one person who can defeat the ultimate evil of Nazism! Der Fuhrer has destroyed Otto's and Leni's fa...more