Ends of the Earth (School for S.P.I.E.S.) by Bruce Hale

Young Llama Thoughts
  • Adventurous
  • Christian Friendly
  • Easy Reading
  • Humerous
  • Youth Appropriate
Overall
4.5 Llamas

Review

This is the 3rd book in the S.P.I.E.S. series and I LOVE IT!!!!! These books are pretty clean with only one or two things that where “adult-ish”. (Just like a kid noticing a girls legs, a few mean words NOT curse words, and one mention of the word perv throughout the entire series)

The books are about a school/orphanage for spies, and this kid named Max trying to fit in. In this book he has been kidnapped by the bad guys and is being forced to work with them to defeat his home.

The book was good and I thoroughly enjoyed it. But there is some violence; people get tasered, shot at, and almost get mauled by tigers… But it is still pretty clean for kids. (But parents might want to look through it first if you aren’t sure.)

Over all, I totally suggest this book for kids and teens. (About 8 to 18) It is adventurous, funny, kid-friendly and a really good spy book overall. I hope you all have a great day! Stay healthy!!!!! -The Young Llama Reader.

Pros

  • A very funny, clean book for kids and teens!
  • SPIES!!!!!

Cons

  • Violence, but I mean DUH! They are spies!
  • Some mean words.

The S.P.I.E.S. team has been scattered to the winds, its headquarters burned down, and Max Segredo is under lock and key at LOTUS HQ. What’s even worse is that LOTUS’s ruthless leader, Mrs. Frost, wants to adopt him.

Max would go to the ends of the earth to be a normal kid with a normal family. But to achieve his deepest desire, he must first evade a hungry tiger, learn to fly a jetpack, reunite with his friends and father, and use all his mad spy skills to stop LOTUS from taking over the government with its mind-control device. Along the way, Max discovers that even a superspy is nothing without his team, and that the strongest families are founded on unconditional love.

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