The Recruit: The Graphic Novel (CHERUB): : Robert Muchamore, John Aggs, Ian Edginton: Books. CHERUB agents are highly trained, extremely talented–and all under the age of seventeen. For official purposes, these agents do not exist. They are sent out on. Robert Muchamore was born in London in and used to work as a private investigator. CHERUB is his first series and is published in more than twenty.

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The more I think about this book, the more I hate it. You have to take different classes about guns, knives, explosives, and survival skills.

Robert Mucamore forms a strong emotional attachment to the characters adding even more suspense and enjoyment to shoot-outs, foiling one of the biggest terrorist organisations in the world or just beating the other team in a casual game of paintball.

James has no idea to expect when he finds himself as a Cherub recruit, but he has no other options after his mother dies and no one else is there to take care of him. I’ve never liked violence that much when I was that age I couldn’t watch action movies but these books are fine.

My Review One of the quirkiest, most amazing books I’ve ever read! See all 16 questions about The Recruit…. Children’s Thriller Spy novel.

The Recruit: CHERUB, Book 1

This book seems like its aimed at like 4th grade boys. I like stories with detail. Read more Read less. Once you read this incredibly book, there is several more books to pick up after this. This is a good story and it exploits a very good concept.

I demand to know who encouraged Robert Muchamore to publish this. This book is great for any teen to read if someone loves the futuristic creativity of writing. Sign in or join to save for later. Now come meet the Gems. And if you have; I’m sorry, you just have to live with the shame. Like, they all pick up languages super quickly and get their black belts in karate within 6 months of starting and everything just seems a little TOO EASY?? This adult coloring book is therapeutic and relaxing with 30 lovely animal designs.


We follow him through basic training and his first mission. One of the reasons why I enjoyed it so much was because it is in a lot of detail and the things that are inside the book like what happens and what they do are fantastic in a child’s mind! The Alex Rider series is much better. Nov 01, Scott Manderson rated it really liked it.

The characters around him themselves are not ones worth of getting attached too, expect for the cool headmaster we barely see. I also enjoyed the realism and I was easily fooled into the fairytale of it being real from the time lines and the information about the Cherub Campus, when you first read it I’m pretty sure you will too!

I am eleven and a good reader I was tired of boring stuff like Alex Rider which in my opinion after you read you can predict. James is the main character, who starts robetr as a bully and ends up being a very kind and loyal friend. Right, so then what happens next is an accident, too?

Thhe Actionable Analytics for the Web. After he and his sister Lauren are moved to a foster home, James wakes up thee day in a secret location where kids are trained to become lethal spies. Anyway, the writing style was also bad. Page 1 1 Start over Page 1 1.

Review – The Recruit by Robert Muchamore

The alright setting is the only reason I’m willing to acknowlege having read this that and to warn the innocent. In the beginning, I was a little bit sceptical about rhe book and until the first pages I wasn’t really sure if I liked it or not.

He still lives there, and worked as a private investigator up until and the critically-accepted release of Maximum Security. Personalize Common Sense for your family. Robert Muchamore was born in Islington, London in It’s similar to Alex Mucchamore, and even though I don’t remember the other series very well, my rating says I like this one better, so I’m gonna trust it.


But this writing was terrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrible. Maybe not as good as the Alex Rider or the Jason Steed series, but it looks like they have about 10 books in the series. Robert Muchamore is a fantastic Author and you can check out his website at www. Then one day, James goes to jail.

James realizes he is being set up. The adventure in this book got me trying to guess the ending but of course I was fooled because that’s what happens when you try to guess the ending in a spy book. One day he was up in his room playing on his playstation, so he goes down stairs to get some snacks and he notices his mom laying on the couch, so he goes up to her and touches her face.

Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Namely, abusive, angst-ridden twelve year robdrt boys who brutalize women without remorse don’t make good main characters. This life will involve helping others from dangers and the life of some romance on the side. We owe much of the hunger games sucess to authors like Robert. I believe children will find it entertaining, while also relating to it.

The book begins with this pessimistic twelve year old- aptly named James Choke- who hates everything. James meets a boy named Kyle.

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