The White House (I, Q #2)
I am still currently reading Roland Smith's IQ #2 The White House. (view spoiler)[So far Angela's "deceased" mother who is posing as her identical twin sister who was a terrorist who got blown up in an explosion at Independence hall. Now she has infiltrated the White House and is planning on stealing the president's daughter and if she fails she will be killed. I am excited to see how it ends, and see if she succeeds or not. In my opinion this is all a bad idea because if someone figures...more
This book starts soon after the first book ends, so if you read the second book a long time after reading the first, you may need a review. The third book, as yet unwritten, is a continuation of at most hours after the second book ends.
* SOS - retired spies off-the-grid agents
* Clever chapter titles, so you can locate previous events
In this book, a sequel, two children named Angela and Quest are at the White House and are trying to find...more
IQ the White House by Roland Smith
This book is a sequel to the book IQ independence hall, which makes them have a common subject, spies. They aren't exactly the same book but they are alike. In this book Quest and Angela are in the White House. There parents are in a band and they have been asked to preform for the president in the White House. So obviously they came too. That night Angela got a text from her mother who works for the secret service. The message said t...more
Kids Doing Spy Stuff: 8
While not the most realistic book, it is still a fun kids spy novel. I actually liked this one better than the last one. That could be because I knew what to expect more, or it was just a better story. Not really sure, but either way works out the same.
It has been a while since I read the first book. There was minimal explanations of what happened in the first book, so it took me a little bit to remember the characters/events and ge...more
I am HOOKED. Started it last night even though I have no time to read!!! I am going to be VERY ANXIOUS for the third book, but just in case it's not out for a while, I will try to slow down my reading of this great mystery series. There seems to be several middle grade mysteries with White House or Secret Service connections out right now, but this is by far my favorite!!! (And seems pretty age appropriate for its intended level) I even woke up at 5:30 AM to sneak a little more reading in...more
In I.Q. 2 Q and Anglena are starting to find out the truth about Anglens saposed dead mom. Soon there parents are asked to come all the way to the white house to proforma for the presidents daughter who is a die hard fan of matches. After they all get there Q and his sister meet the presidents son who is a quite interesting kid. You soon learn that the presidents son or PS has found old secret passage ways all around the house so he can be any were. Then Anglen...more
It's had been a couple of years since I read book 1 and this one did a good job of reminding me what happened before. And I liked how it started right where book 1 ended!
This book is also just a little scary! To think that some really bad people cou...more
Summary:Q (Quest) and Angela make it to the White House in Washington, D.C. to find that it is even harder to determine who is "good" and "bad" guys than ever before.
This is a book I liked, but still; there was lots of disappointment. When I finished the story, I didn't feel like the time when I finished the first book. This book was also very hard to wri...more
My favorite part is when the book talks about the time when PK and Bethany are together and are both drugged right before being kidnapped.
I love the suspense in the book.
My favorite character is Quest (Q)...more
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Smith was born in Portland, Oregon, and graduated from Portland State University and, following a part-time job at the Oregon Zoo in Portland, began a 20-year career as a zookeeper, both at the Oregon Zoo and the Point Defiance Zoo in Tacoma, Washington. After working to save wildlife following the E...more