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George is back and the Undergrounders’ series continues.
The action starts in the aftermath of the dramatic ending of the first book, The Undergrounders & The Flight of the Falcon. George returns to his school, that still bears the scars of the dramatic events of book one. He dreads heading back after a brief altercation with his nemesis Liam Richardson, but he returns to find his social status flipped on its head. I liked that more usual school and teenage issues are interspersed with the high-octane action in this book. Things at school may be looking up for George but Victor, The Falcon is still at large and George has every intention of being a part of the team that stops him. But there’s a dangerous plan afoot and on a school trip to Paris not only are the lives of George’s friends put at risk but so many more people as Europe’s most wanted gang of criminals reemerge.
I don’t want to go into the plot too much, for the risk of sharing spoilers, but there are dramatic twists, familiar faces reappear and there’s plenty to keep the reader hooked and turning the pages. Interspersed between the chapters there’s email communication hinting at the plans Victor is putting in place as well as a mole playing both sides. The action moves quickly and finale again leaves you with questions for the next book.
Although I think you could read this book as a standalone, there are references to events and the reappearance of characters met in the first book and to get the full impact, it’s best to start with The Undergrounders & The Flight of the Falcon.
Charlotte Walker A LoveReading4Kids Ambassador
George Jenkins is reeling from his encounter with Europe’s most wanted criminal gang and is fearing for the lives of those around him. Paranoid, restless and desperate for answers, he struggles to settle back into normal life. When a school trip to Paris takes an unexpected turn, he quickly realises that his enemies are back on his tail. He will have to use all his strength and courage to get himself and his friends out alive, but who can he trust to stand by his side and fight for what is right?
A fast-paced and thrilling teenage crime novel.
Ideal for any teenage reader looking to immerse themselves in a story of courage, camaraderie, suspense and surprising twists. Not for the faint hearted.
If you like The Cherub Series, Alex Rider or The Enemy, then you'll love the action and intrigue of 'The Undergrounders'. Ideal for young adults with an interest in crime, spy, mystery and adventure thrillers.
|Publication date:||19th November 2019|
|Author:||C T Frankcom|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 13+ readers, Indie Author Books|
|Genres:||Adventure Stories, Crime / Mystery, School Stories|
|Recommendations:||Indie Books We Love|
Catherine Frankcom was born and raised in Kent. She graduated from the University of Leeds in 1999 and embarked on a career in Marketing and Advertising until she became a mother and moved to Switzerland. Since moving back to the UK, she has been a full-time mum and spends many an hour engrossed in reading and writing stories with her two young children.More About C T Frankcom