With classes in weapons, martial arts, and secret codes, fourteen-year-old Alabaster Dangermond has spent the last five years training at a clandestine CIA prep school toward his ultimate goal—to become a real CIA secret agent.
Before his next training mission and the all-important Agent Trials, he receives a mysterious email with a video showing the murder of his parents. Thinking they died in a car crash when he was seven, Al is consumed by questions.
Will Alabaster Dangermond pass the Agent Trials and find the answers he seeks surrounding the mystery of his parents’ tragic death years ago? Join Al and his friends as he unknowingly steps deeper into a web of deception to find everything he once thought true of his life turned upside down.
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A refreshingly clean spy/mystery novel. As an older brother with four younger siblings I know what it is like to try and watch what younger kids are reading. My mother would often have my sister and I read books just to make sure they were okay for the younger ones to read. After reading the entire book I was pleased to let my mom know that my siblings can read the book and I am sure that they will really enjoy it, especially my brother. It was a clean novel with no cause for worry whatsoever. I have always loved spy novels and love those that include global travel. When reading a book, you travel into that world, and a book with travel lets you travel with it. This book included all the spy features I expected like unique gadgets and high stakes missions, while also keeping enough mystery throughout the book to keep me reading. The mystery codes to access information on the website was a great addition. The online maps were also an amazing feature. It was cool to interact with a book on a level that I have never seen in a book before. I received an advance review copy of the book in exchange for a review.