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The Final Curtain (Spy Force #10)

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The final book in the Max Remy Superspy series promises explosive action and a thrilling ride! While Spyforce agents celebrate 50 years of fighting crime at a lavish party, a small, deadly device pulses in the floor beneath them. The next day during a spy training session in a secluded forest Max Remy is found unconscious. Did she fall or was she attacked? And why are fam
Paperback, 304 pages
Published August 1st 2008 by Random House Australia
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Yay for Max and Linden. Although I am a bit upset... you wait ten books for some romance and all they give you is... well. very little. It takes her till the VERY LAST PAGES to even get anything started. Thats a little annoying.. but meh. At leash they do get together...
Athena Da Goddess
Deborah certainly left the best book 'till last.
It was fantastic!
I couldn't put the book down, there were too many amazing plots, and cliffhangers. I've even read the book again three extra times.
And my goodness the ending!
The romance between Max and Linden at the end... I loved it!
Some people are saying that there wasn't enough of it but, I think there was enough.
Think about it, they were both only 13 years old!
They shouldn't be having TOO much romance.
I also loved how much all the characters d
I wish the saga would continue
Amber Bamber
This is, by far, my favorite book in the series. I felt I had grown up with these characters and it broke my heart to see my young minded OTP in peril. I've always said this series was what developed my love for reading and this book was just gold. I think I re-read it about 100 times. I think it came together very well and I was satisfied with the ending. I'd recommend it to any young readers out there xx
Gracie La
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Deb knew she wanted to be a writer when she was 7 years old. Her first story was about a man made out of cheese. It wasn’t very good. She’s had much more practice writing since then and strangely enough her first writing job was for a kids’ show on channel Ten called “Cheez TV”. After 7 years of writing scripts about everything from llamas to bungy jumping and how to go to the toilet in outer spac ...more
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