In the third of Robert Muchamore’s CHERUB series, James Adams is 13 years old and facing his greatest challenge yet. Our young hero, this time along with his sister, Lauren, and the respected and somewhat infamous older CHERUB agent Dave Moss, travel to America to infiltrate a supposedly escape-proof, maximum security prison in Arizona desert. This being a CHERUB mission, the important words here are ’supposedly escape-proof,’ because that is exactly what James has to do’. Not only that, the team has to also spring, Curtis, the only son of, Jane Oxford, one of the ‘FBI’s Most wanted criminals'.James has all the flaws of a normal 13 year old boy, reckless, impulsive and prone to not thinking things out first, yet when -push-comes-to-shove, he shows above and beyond the level of maturity CHERUB has trained him for.
many people can relate to this because even though kids don't have missions they have struggles and need they need solve them. He has many things to do and solve many missions even though he is only a 13 year old boy.
I liked this book because it was very intriguing and had lots of action so i rated it 3 stars. Sometimes some parts of the book got boring but it was still good. I recommend it for anybody who likes missions and stuff