Class A Book reviews


Author(s): Robert MuchamoreDownload  


Drugs, cars and guns!Keith Moore is Europe’s biggest cocaine dealer. The police have been trying to get enough evidence to nail him for more than twenty years.Now, four CHERUB agents are joining the hunt. Can a group of kids successfully infiltrate Keith Moore’s organisation when dozens of attempts by undercover police officers have failed?James Adams must start at the bottom, making deliveries for small time drug dealers and getting to know the dangerous underworld they inhabit. He needs to make a big splash if he’s going to win the confidence of the man at the top.

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Samantha rated it      

This book was originally called The Dealer and my copy goes by that title so I got confused because I was searching for a different title. I was surprised at how many there are in this series when I searched by series title. I’m really into books like I, Q; Alex Rider; and, of course, Cherub Missions. They are all so awesome, I just love the whole teenage spy thing! It sounds so cool! If you like that sort of thing, go for it! The Cherub Missions are absolutely amazing, the first one, Mission: The Recruit, was a good way to introduce some back story to how the kids become agents. The action mostly came towards the end,although there wasn’t much and the author made it clear that his reason behind not putting in much action was because that if the mission seemed high risk it would be odd, because your first missions are never high risk, you learn as you go, and get higher risk missions as you move along. The second, Mission: The Dealer (or, as it is now known by, Class A, because of the Class A drug, cocaine.) The author didn’t put in a lot of action scenes but those he did were high risk and extremely well thought out I’ve thoroughly enjoyed reading these books and I’m trying to get my hands on the third one, now. Great job, Robert Muchamore! You write some of the most thoroughly enjoyable books I’ve ever been able to get my hands on!


Alen rated it     

I’m so glad that I’m re-reading this series!!!
I remember being a young teen and being so obsessed over Cherub. I wanted to be recruited as well and become badass 🙂

Also, I must say that, now being almost 22 years-old, I’m seeing things in a different light. There are certain details that I’m not okay with, the first and main one being the fact that these kids act way more mature than they are, and the nasty that goes on on their lives is taken into consideration. What I mean is, sometimes stuff happen and the way these kids deal with it is not very realistic.

But in no way does it make me mad or even the least bit disinterested! Honestly, once I start reading one of these books I can hardly tear my eyes way.

Catherine Muldoon

Catherine Muldoon rated it      

This book IS AMAZING! So much more gripping than the the 1st book of the series. This book has made me want to keep reading on. I couldn’t put it down and kept myself reading late into the night till early morning! Yet again, I felt very evolved in this story with James and sometimes felt like I was at the scene or wanted to be in the scene. Furthermore, you fell so engaged in the book that you were feeling some of James emotions and helping him throughout the mission. I know at times I was gasping a lot to the thrilling, dangerous and exciting twists and turns throughout this read! This book features a lot of rollercoaster rides for James Adams (the main character). From the finding out that one of his best mates, Kyle is gay to the gun shooting and car run away in Miami. The first page of this book really caught my enthusiasm and I was on the edge of my seat. Well more like hanging off the end of my bed! They should really consider putting Cherub towards the film industry if they haven’t already. I would strongly recommend this addictive novel/series for anyone who likes adventurous plot line stories of Harry Potter and Alex Rider. Even though this book has been written in a boy perspective, I am teenager girl fascinated by the story of Class A. Any way, in conclusion I say to teenager people to read this series with the first of the series, The Recruit and then Class A. This is a very good series and has encouraged me to read again.

This action pack has encouraged me to read the next book in the series, MAXIUM SECURITY.

Ethan Roberts-Ferguson

Ethan Roberts-Ferguson rated it      

This book has lots of action, suspense and cliff-hangers at the end of most chapters. It’s a great book for anyone who enjoys what I just described. This book is second in it’s series. The entire CHERUB series has 12 books in it, starting from The Recruit and ending in Shadow Wave. ( WARNING: SPOILERS) Class A is James Adams’ second mission. James works for CHERUB, a secret agency that uses kids as agents instead of adults because they are less suspicious. CHERUB was founded by a man named Charles Henderson, who served as a British spy in France during World War II. He used 12 year old boys as spies in Germany and turned it out to be a great success. Henderson died later and the boys split up after his death. Afterwards, CHERUB was founded. 4 children had died during CHERUBS long operating years, 2 unknown, 1 from a snake bite and ( the most gruesome ) a land mine. James got sent to CHERUB at the age of 12 after hurting a girl named Samantha. James first mission was when he was sent to live in a hippy town for a short time. The operation was successful.

Now James faces his most difficult mission yet: arresting a millionaire drug smuggler named Keith Moore. In this book is a mixture of guns, cars and drugs.

This book is a must read. WARNING: You must read The Recruit first.


Maddie rated it     

[fact that James was a homophobe, but I suppose that’s quite realistic, especially back 10 or so years ago. (hide spoiler)]


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