The Unknown Spy

The Unknown Spy

The Unknown Spy Danny Caulfield s quiet Christmas break from Wilsons the school for spies is shattered by gunshots and a heartrending discovery about his parents That same night he s summoned to Wilsons to prepare

  • Title: The Unknown Spy
  • Author: Eoin McNamee
  • ISBN: 9780385907132
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Danny Caulfield s quiet Christmas break from Wilsons, the school for spies, is shattered by gunshots and a heartrending discovery about his parents That same night, he s summoned to Wilsons to prepare for a mission under an assumed identity, Danny must find a way to protect the Treaty Stone that keeps peace between the Upper and Lower worlds Meanwhile, the evil Ring ofDanny Caulfield s quiet Christmas break from Wilsons, the school for spies, is shattered by gunshots and a heartrending discovery about his parents That same night, he s summoned to Wilsons to prepare for a mission under an assumed identity, Danny must find a way to protect the Treaty Stone that keeps peace between the Upper and Lower worlds Meanwhile, the evil Ring of Five pursues Danny, for he is the true Fifth only Danny can unite the members of the Ring and awaken their full powers as master spies.From the Hardcover edition.

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    The second book in a trilogy, The Unknown Spy continues to follow the story of Danny Caufield, a young boy caught between the Upper and Lower World. A student at Wilsons Academy of Devious Arts, Danny is training to be a spy, but is caught up in a dangerous tug of war, as the Lower World’s ruling spies, the Ring of Five, want Danny, as they believe him to be the True Fifth. Full of magical creatures such as seraphim, a mysterious boarding school, suspicious headmasters, absent parents, and sta [...]

    The book is in the adult section for some reason but it was supposed to be a children or youth book. The second book in a trilogy and i probably ruined the whole series by reading the second book before the first book. This book had tons of action and it was kind of like a mystery book for me. This book was pretty good because the only youth books I have read have never had a lot of action throughout the whole book, so this was a good spin on things. The characters were like other characters for [...]

    I knew going into The Unknown Spy that it was a second book in a series, so I was expecting not to get everything right away like I would had I read the first book. Besides a couple little things I don't think not reading the first book hurt. I have to say that I really didn't care for this book, but it's focused for a much younger audience so that's probably a big part of the reason that I didn't connect with it.

    This was written for younger readers which came as a surprise to me as I found it in the adult section of the library, it was also a "second book" which I hadn't realised either but that didn't really affect the story. It was a quick, easy read set partially in our world and partially in an alternate world but it was a fantasy without a lot of depth. It was an acceptable read but didn't really inspire any strong emotions of any kind.

    This Book covered a very interesting part in Daniel's life. First he finds out that his parents are not his 'real' parent only agents there to protect him. And then murder follows him until the very end when a girl tricks him into thinking that she is his sister and only living family. which was not true betrayal was thick in this story but I was hanging on every word. Can't wait for the third book!

    I really like this series, I'm pretty sure it will be a trilogy. The main character is a special boy (Harry Potter anyone??) who has to make some big good or evil type decisions. He seems a little more on the evil side than I'm entirely comfortable with but I'm hoping in the final book he'll get over that!

    Danny did a turn around, all is well.Nice book, imaginative, good reading.Enjoy:'We'd better run,' he said. 'They'll be hunting us!''It's all right,' Lily said. 'They don't leave the walls of Morne. Ever. That little door we came through is for visitors.'` chapter 21 Crying

    this is the second book in the trilogy it is even more aggravating than the first but awesome.( Danny always does the right thing in the end!)

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