[KINDLE] ❃ Maximum Security: Book 3 Autore Robert Mucha – Vehikool.co.uk

Maximum Security: Book 3 The Third Title In The Number One Bestselling CHERUB Series James Has To Bust An Inmate Out Of A High Security US Prison 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 Dangerous CHERUB Missions Ever, James Adams Has To Go Undercover Inside Arizona Max, Befriend An Inmate And Then Bust Him Out CHERUB Kids Are Trained Professionals, Working In Everyday Situations Their Essential Advantage Adults Never Suspect That Children Are Spying On Them For Official Purposes, These Children Do Not Exist


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5 thoughts on “Maximum Security: Book 3

  1. says:

    I have never picked up a book series and have been so amazed by words on paper Robert Mucha has a serious skill for making you feel as if you are standing right in the middle of these stories.I originally borrowed the book serious from my cousin but they w


  2. says:

    I like these Cherub books I didn t expect to The suspension of disbelief required to accept childish yet lethal 12 year olds seemed a bit much But, there are lots of good things to say about the Cherub books, one being the regularly featured Epilogue Books, even en


  3. says:

    This is the third in the Cherub series Very enjoyable with lots of action involving James in jail to try and befriend a convict so he can get to his family The characters are developing so we are familiar with what they are potentially capable of.


  4. says:

    My grandson introduced me to this series, and I m glad he did I have five missions and have read three so far The premise is interesting, the teenagers are believable and mostly likeable It s a fast read, full of action and low on teenage angst Add ten years to the characters ages a


  5. says:

    My son was addicted to this series of books and couldn t wait to read them all He read each one in one night That is how much he loved them He has also read them all multiple times He was about 14 when he read this series.


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