ALEX RIDER meets THE DA VINCI CODE when a regular kid goes undercover in Paris...
Undercover spies, codes and ciphers, a secret painting with unimaginable powers... It's all in a day's work when you're one of the world's top kid agents.
But Linc Baker isn't a kid agent at all. He just happens to look exactly like one of them. And when this lookalike goes missing, Linc will have to impersonate him on a mission that plunges him into a world of intrigue, danger, and great pastries.
No pressure, right?
Number of Pages: 256
Reviewed by Lily, age 10
Double Vision is an exciting spy story about the worlds top kid spy agents and I LOVED reading this book. The book captured my interest from the beginning and was definitely a page turner full of suspense. The author knows what kids find funny and I laughed a lot at different points in the book. The book is for kids but it has lots of sophisticated spy codes and secrets in it as well. Double Vision takes place in Paris, France and the characters find themselves at many of the key sights in Paris which made the book really interesting. I highly recommend this book for both boys and girls, ages 8-12. Kidss who like Alex Rider will likely enjoy this book.
Thank you to Harper Collins Childrens for this great spy story!
This book hits shelves October of 2012!
Lily, age 10