Reading level 3


Author Andrew G Taylor


autonomy, confidence, cooperation, perseverance, overcoming adversity

In this gripping sequel to Spycase and Spychaser, Jane is back with her AI assistant, Evans. Jane’s mum is a super spy, and she has banned Jane from any more spy stuff until she turns 18. But Jane gets caught up in a theft at the Natural History Museum in London that leads her into a complicated web of counter-espionage. Will she be tempted to join a rival spy network, and risk everything?


Book Forum

Personally it was an entertaining chapter but actually I did not enjoy it as much as the previous one. I found it quite convoluted.

Andream8 26 January 2020, 09:09 p.m.

Good again,

I loved the idea that they traveled to the Arctic Circle, the winning option is already very visible.

This chapter has cost me a lot to understand because it gives many in space and time, and it is not very easy to imagine and is unbelievable.

In my opinion I voted that it is best to hack the door, since it is the most discreet way

celiamunoz2 26 January 2020, 10:56 p.m.

It could be a good idea if it is used for good purposes, like having it to help children in their homework, but if it is used badly, it can be a disaster.

Davethewave 26 January 2020, 11:12 p.m.