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CHERUB 3: Maximum Security
Over the years CHERUB has put plenty of criminals behind bars. Now, for the first time ever, they've got to break one out!
Under American law, kids convicted of serious crimes can be sentenced as adults. Two hundred and eighty of these child criminals live in the sunbaked desert prison of Arizona Max.
in one of the most daring CHERUB missions ever, James Adams has to go undercover inside Arizona Max and bust out a fellow inmate!
I highly enjoyed this book, although I think the transition from in prison to on the run wasn't quite as smooth as I had hoped. And the end was anti- climatic as it states in the book. But I still think Muchamore is one of the best authors around
Maximum Security has been one of the most exciting but terrifying books i have ever read. It had so many ups and downs throughout the whole book and you didn't know what was going to happen next so you never wanted to stop reading until the end. The thought of the children in the book being the same age, even younger and going on these life threatening missions is hard to imagine.
I love this book and series because their is so much action and so many twists, the author Robert Muchamore has done a magnificent job by giving all the characters so much personality and charm that you feel that the people in this book are your friends and it makes the book even better because the main character James Adams is such a good main character and I loved it.
Maximum Security is the third book in the CHERUB series, following on from The Recruit and Class A. Make sure you read the prequels first, because otherwise it spoils it, and this book is so good you don't want it spoilt! James is sent on a top secret mission inside a US prison, where he has to befriend a fellow prisoner and then bust him out of maximum security without anyone suspecting anything . . .
James is pushed to his absolute limits as he endures the worst the American prison system has to offer. Stinky, hot and crowded, the cell is a nightmare. When his fellow agent is wounded and has to be pulled out, he bravely offers to keep going. Joining his sister on the outside and running from the US police, he somehow manages to pull it off, but not without learning some valuable life lessons on the way. Such as: if you ever commit a crime, don't get caught!
The series is for mature readers of 13-14+, but be warned that it is at times rather violent and/or unsuitable for young kids. It explores serious themes, but it set right in the mind of a teenaged boy who cares most about motorbikes, Arsenal, hot girls and his sister Lauren. Great action and clever humour, it is great for any boy (or even girl) who has ever wanted to be a spy, and even for those for whom that possibility has never crossed their mind.
I think that this book is great it is suspencful and amazing.
i could not stop reading it and finished it in 2 days !!!!!!!