By F. T. Bradley
Fans of 39 Clues and Artemis chicken will benefit from the enjoyable, clean thrill trip via this funny, action-packed experience from debut writer F. T. Bradley.
In the trilogy opener, twelve-year-old Lincoln Baker unearths himself in a global of difficulty! First, Linc’s likely innocuous prank on a faculty box journey leads to expulsion and a lawsuit. Then mysterious figures from a mystery govt corporation known as Pandora appear at Linc’s apartment with a proposition for him.
Turns out Linc seems precisely like one among Pandora’s best child brokers, Benjamin eco-friendly, who vanished whereas on a serious undercover agent venture in Paris. If Linc has the same opinion to take his position, they’ll get him again in class and make that expensive lawsuit disappear.
But the undertaking is lots extra complex than it kind of feels. A hugely invaluable reproduction of the Mona Lisa has long gone lacking and now Linc needs to ascertain it doesn’t fall into the incorrect fingers. Too undesirable Linc isn’t a black belt math genius who can run a four-minute mile like his double, Ben, simply because he’ll desire these abilities to make it out alive. . . .