Friday, May 18, 2012

Teens: Ready to Spy?

Do you love to spy? Then check out the following espionage stories at your library today! Be entertained as characters embark on exciting adventures to infiltrate their enemies and see how they handle the challenges of going incognito to accomplish their missions.

I'd tell you I love you, but then I'd have to kill youI'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You by Ally Carter
Cammie is a spy-in-training, attending Gallagher Academy, a top-secret boarding school training future female spies. Cammie has to keep her spy training a secret and as she does, it leads to complications in her relationship with Josh. Will Josh discover that she is actually a spy? Will their relationship last? Check out this title to find out!

Alex Rider

Alex Rider by Anthony Horowitz
Alex Rider's world will never be the same when his uncle is mysteriously killed. He soon discovers that his uncle was actually a spy working for the British government. They decided to recruit Alex and have him take over his uncle's profession of working as a secret agent. He is assigned to complete his uncle's last assignment: to investigate and uncover the secrets of the Sayle Enterprises. This is an action-packed story that will intrigue readers!
SilverFin : a James Bond adventure by Charlie Higson
From a humble beginning to becoming a world class spy, get to know one of the most popular spy characters during his teenage years! James was as an orphan who lived with his Aunt and attended boarding school in Eton. The adventure begins when a local boy named Alfie is missing. James team up with Alfie's cousin, Red, to investigate and help find Alfie. Will they succeed? Read this book to find out more!

For more recommendations, please see a Youth Services Librarian at your library.
posted by pn.