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

This chapter pays more atention to the action, which is something I like. Even though I could see the twist villain coming from a mile away when she was first introduced, it´s still a nice dinamic. I really enjoyed the interactions betwen the characters and some of the technology was very interesting to think about. This was a great chapter and I wish you the best of luck with the next chapter.

lifelight 14 February 2020, 09:35 a.m.

Hello! I just finished the book and it seemed brutal. Honestly, it really hit me a lot. Space and everything related to it, has turned me on since childhood. That is why this book has made me super interesting. I love that Jane can work in the company with her mother. The truth, if it had been them, I would not have trusted Mel, since he was helping Alicia and distrusted him. But it has also ended up being a great ending.
Something that I forgot to comment, is the title of the book "spycatcher" I love the word lol.
And with this comment I have nothing more to add, only that you are a genius!

NicoleT 14 February 2020, 09:42 a.m.

I don't know how this book is going to end but 'm really enjoying it, it is very interesting and intriguing.

ceciarmy 14 February 2020, 10:20 a.m.