Monday, March 2, 2020

The Killing by Robert Muchamore

James is on a new mission now. His job is to infiltrate and see what dirt he can dig up on, the suspicious and illegal dealings of Leon Tarasov, a local nuisance to an ex- cherub police officer. James is a well respected and a very skilled cherub agent in their tight knit community. What is Cherub? It's a top secret branch of the British Intelligence Agency, specialized in taking down criminals who wouldn't suspect a child of being able to bust them. James must now see what he can find, and with the help of fellow Cherub Dave Moss, he may uncover more than he was prepared for.

The Killing is a book that I feel like I've overlooked in the years I've been reading and re-reading this series. It has a good story, and as far as these books go (which is very far) it's one that I seriously enjoy after reading it again after having not picked it up in over two years. Like all Cherub books, I really recommend this book. It is a good book for people who've read Cherub books in the past, and for people who just want to sit down and read an action / adventure book. Cherub really is one of my favorite series' and I hope I'm able to get other people to join in on the fun

Reviewed by Julio B., Grade 10
Glendale Central Library

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