Review! Crisis Zero by Chris Rylander

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Series: The Codename Conspiracy #3 (see #1 and #2)

By Chris Rylander

400 pages – ages 9+

Published by Walden Pond Press on February 2, 2016

Synopsis- Agent Zero, AKA Carson Fender, seventh grade secret agent, is back on another adventure! This time, his mission is to get his principal’s computer’s hard-drive. Simple, right? But what about when his principal is arrested for treason? And his replacement is suspiciously… unsuspicious? And who framed the old principal? This time, it seems like there are more questions than answers! Carson will need all of his skills to get to the bottom of this case!

What I Thought- This is the third, installment in the Codename Conspiracy series. I enjoyed every book in this series and getting to know the characters. This book is interesting because it starts revealing secrets and tying up loose threads from the previous books. It was cool seeing everything come together, and figuring a lot of it out. The characters are realistic, and I really liked that Carson grows as a person throughout the story. Mr. Rylander’s writing style is exciting, and adds a decent amount of humor into the book as well. I really liked the way that the book made being a spy seem like an everyday occurrence – I think I related to the story more.

I give this book five out of bookworms!fivebooks

Categories: Age 9+

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6 replies

  1. I haven’t heard of this series, Erik. Do you suggest starting with book 1?

  2. Another one for my son’s pile. Thanks!

  3. This sounds like a good series. Sorry I missed this one.

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