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Olho por Olho by Robert Muchamore
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Jun 13, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: zzz-2010, in-portuguese
Recommended for: who read the others
Read on June 12, 2010 , read count: 1

Book Name: Olho por Olho
Author/s:Robert Muchamore
Language Portuguese
Original Title: Man vs. Beast
Publisher, year:2010 Porto Editora
Page total:336
Date Read:June 12 2010
Genre/s: YA, spies, adventure
First line of Book:"Andy Pierce's bed felt fantastic. "
Review: This is the sixth installment of Robert Muchamore's CHERUB series, which is about a secret organization, a part of MI5, that employs...children. Oh yeah, children, because adults never suspect a child might be keeping an eye on them.
here's the synopsis:

Animal rights, animal wrongs.

Every day thousands of animals die in laboratory experiments. Some say these experiments provide essential scientific knowledge, while others commit violent acts in order to stop them.

James and Lauren Adams are stuck in the middle...

James, Lauren and Kyle will infiltrate on a secret terrorist group that attacks companies that make animals suffer, by experimenting on them, or by not letting them live in proper life conditions. There, they'll make a choice: what is more important, their mission or the ideals behind the animal support organizations.

I really liked this book. Overall, I really like the idea of spy kids, the fact that they're not just highly skilled agents but also children (with food fights, bickering and kid/teen related issues) really pleases me and the way it's written is good also very good.

Rating:4/5 stars

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