This book is serious fun! It’s silly, zanely and full of hilarity!
The pictures in the book are incredibly amusing, and go along perfectly with the story! The story is a little out of this world (a kid designing a microchip that goes on your tooth and make you a secret agent?!) but that’s why it’s so good! This is the type of creativity and imagination I needed in my childhood books! I’ve been waiting for this kind of awesome for years!
I’d say this book is a mix of secret agents, superheroes and comedy! Our lead is kind of the Q or Alfred to his best friend who’s the Batman or James Bond (less broody, of course). There’s also the cute love interest, the mean bully, and other school tropes you’d expect. It’s not as intense as those adaptions of spies (obviously), but it felt like the kid friendly version – with lots more silly commentary and goofy plot lines.
This book could easily be read to your child (maybe 6 years and up? Do 3 year olds know what secret agents are?…) or used as a middle grade book. It doesn’t seem to have some moral theme behind it, it’s most just for fun!
I could easily see this being the next kid’s television show with it’s awesome plot. It almost felt like the book adaption of a movie.
The worst part of this book was the cliffhanger! Now I have to get the rest of the books to know how it ended!!
Overall, this book is awesome! I’d definitely recommend this book as a fun read! It’ll have you giggling at every page!
Four out of five stars!
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