From here, everything goes down hill. I don't recommend this book to younger readers. There are different shirt colors for your rank at Cherub. The mission leader thought James had the deadly disease Arthrax. Some of my son's friends (age 11) told him this book was violent and inappropriate. Get over that fact and its a good book to start off a series, I will read more of this series now I read that they are going to make a TV series of this, Alex Rider and Jason Steed. When they got back, James got his Navy Shirt and Kyle got his after. His mother is an obese woman who is the leader of an illegal London-based shoplifting ring. Most of the time when a criminal suspects someone is a spy it is usually an adult. I mean they deal with crime and fighting but the main character is also 12 years old and very relatable, I would say. Basic is training that lasts 100 days and is basically torture.

The reason? I think this book is called Cupid but I can’t find it! When James gets home his mum is dead in her sleep. He comes home to his mom and step dad who are not sober. [s], The Recruit (CHERUB #1) by Robert Muchamore - MMC GBR - Starting August 1st 2020, CHERUB by Robert Muchamore - Starting 7 November with The Recruit. I decided to read this book because a lot of the people in my class had suggested it for their book speech.

After James completed his 100 day training, he got sent on a mission with his swimming teacher, Amy to go into a place called Fort Harmony and find out about some terriorist related activities. It's about a boy named James who's parents died and was living in a foster home with many kids. James has been relocated to the campus of CHERUB, an agency that trains children to become spies for the British government. Cherub is a organization in the UK that takes kids and turns them into agents.They send them on top secret missions that M15 or the police don't know about.

It turned out that Kyle was already a part of Cherub. Huge in England, about to get big in the U.S. Keep writing Mr. Muchamore! They tell him to go and get his sister from school. Overall this book was amazing and i liked it alot. In jail one of his parents at the foster house came and got him out. Are these CHERUB books as good as Alex Rider and Jason Steed books? It was ok. 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.

This book is about a child named James Adams who's mother has just died. His particular talents and resourcefulness—even used unconstructively, peg him as the right material for CHERUB, a secret agency that trains children as spies for the British government.

James worries that he has not done enough to pass the test, but Mac informs him that his actions during the test have demonstrated the intelligence and strength of character necessary to become a CHERUB agent and offers him a place at CHERUB campus. After James completed his 100 day training, he got sent on a mission with his swimming teacher, Amy to go into a place called Fort Harmony and find out about some terriorist related activities. This book is about a child named James Adams who's mother has just died. It is probably my favorite book.

From here, everything goes down hill. How hasn’t this book gotten more attention? Bethany Clarke (28th February 2010) James Choke is a typical 11-year old boy, playing video games and barely passing school because he can't be bothered. James is perfect for this except he can not swim, therefore he cant start basic training, which means he cant go on any missions.

There, the home's parent counsellor, Jennifer Mitchum, and James' roommate 'Kyle Blueman' reveal that they both work for CHERUB and arranged for James to join. Get the Best Manpower Solution In Dubai – Updated | You Should Not Miss!!! James, Amy and Ewart return to CHERUB campus. When he was there he was forced to do 100 day training, he had to go on adventures and do courses in training. Seriously, I have cousins between 5 and 10 years old who could write a more enthralling story. When his criminal mother dies, he is placed in a children's home, and falls in with a bad crowd. I like both Alex Rider and Jason Steed, and now got into CHERUB. It’s style is completely original. When his little sister got sent to live with her father, Uncle Ron, James had to move to the Nebraska House. So I finally picked one up. James, newly orphaned and living in a home for young reprobates, is being watched. A girl starts teasing him about his "mum." For official purposes, these agents do not exist. Basic training starts for him in two weeks.

He meets Doctor Terrence "Mac" McAfferty, the chairman of CHERUB, who offers James a place at CHERUB in return for agreeing to become an agent for British intelligence, the rationale being that no one would suspect an adult of spying on them. But a while after James came to the Nebraska House, they sent him and Kyle to Cherub. They set up the plot of the book really well, it wasnt boring and it kept me wondering what would happen next. Who wanted to go to Hogwarts or become a wizard after reading the Harry Potter series, or go to camp Half-Blood after reading the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series? They are sent out on missions to spy on terrorists, hack into crucial documents, and gather intel on global threats—all without gadgets or weapons. She knows all the tricks but they still have trouble getting passed, but they do pass. It turned out that she worked for a different school named Cherub. They tell him to go and get his sister from school. The main characters in the book are James Choke (later known as James Adams), Kyle (James’s friend in the care home and a Cherub agent), Kerry (James’s girlfriend at Cherub) and Lauren (James’s little sister). I loved this book because it has adventures and there is a little bit of action and it makes so you want to keep on reading when you try to stop.

In fact, I read the first three books as the author was coming in to do an after school talk. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of The Recruit James Choke is one of the toughest kids in his school. James, newly orphaned and living in a home for young reprobates, is being watched. I couldnt help but draw comparisons to the Alex Rider series when reading this. I thought his friendships at CHERUB school were solid, especially his partner in the tests.

Robert Muchamore writes with a style that makes you read till you notice the sun is coming up the next morning. I was annoyed we are back to the Orphan thing. At CHERUB, Mac explains that MI5 are following Bungle so that he can lead them to other Help Earth members. I liked reading this book because it was very exciting.