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At a young age M lost her father in accident long ago. After being homeschooled all her life M goes to a interview to apply to a school, little does she know what this school was made for. A school to create future criminals not lowly thieves and thugs but, criminal master minds. Her father was a master thief who was the best in his class. Throughout the year M makes friends such as Julie, Cal, and Merlyn and enemy's like while she comes closer and closer to learning more about her father and following in his foot steps. But things go wrong in M's first heist, a discovery is made, a hunt is created to a device that can destroy the world. A single theory is created although everything is not what it seems. And there is more to this school and it's inhabitant's than what meets the eye. And it's M's job to figure it all out.

Reasons to the Questions

The reason I chose this book is because it was something I picked up back when I was in middle school. I didn't really get into it at the time so later on I found it again and decided to try and finish it. This would a good book for 10 to 13 year olds because of the action and it's very easy to understand. I rather enjoyed it because it reminded me of when I wanted to be a spy when I was little. It also contains a good plot that to keep the reader interested. In addition to well thought out plans and schemes that makes the reader think and ask questions, while later giving satisfying explanations.


Story Thieves by James Riley

Life is boring when you live in the real world, instead of starring in your own book series. Owen knows that better than anyone, what with the real world’s homework and chores.
But everything changes the day Owen sees the impossible happen—his classmate Bethany climb out of a book in the library. It turns out Bethany’s half-fictional and has been searching every book she can find for her missing father, a fictional character.
Bethany can’t let anyone else learn her secret, so Owen makes her a deal: All she has to do is take him into a book in Owen’s favorite Kiel Gnomenfoot series, and he’ll never say a word. Besides, visiting the book might help Bethany find her father…
…Or it might just destroy the Kiel Gnomenfoot series, reveal Bethany’s secret to the entire world, and force Owen to live out Kiel Gnomenfoot’s final (very final) adventure.

"Story Thieves." Google Books. Web. 14 Apr. 2016. <>.

Spy School by Stuart Gibbs

Like many kids, Ben Ripley imagines life as a secret agent would be pretty amazing - so when he learns he's been recruited to the CIA's top secret Academy of Espionage, it sounds too good to be true. And it is. From the moment he arrives - and ends up in the middle of an enemy attack - Ben finds Spy School is going to be far more difficult, dastardly and dangerous than he expected. Even worse, he soon discovers that he hasn't been recruited to become a top agent; instead, he's been brought in as bait to catch a devious double agent.

"Spy School." Google Books. Web. 15 Apr. 2016. <>.

The Hidden Oracle ( The Trials of Apollo ) by Rick Riordan

How do you punish an immortal?

By making him human.

After angering his father Zeus, the god Apollo is cast down from Olympus. Weak and disorientated, he lands in New York City as a regular teenage boy. Now, without his godly powers, the four-thousand-year-old deity must learn to survive in the modern world until he can somehow find a way to regain Zeus's favour.

But Apollo has many enemies - gods, monsters and mortals who would love to see the former Olympian permanently destroyed. Apollo needs help, and he can think of only one place to go . . . an enclave of modern demigods known as Camp Half-Blood.

"The Hidden Oracle (The Trials of Apollo, #1)." Goodreads. Web. 15 Apr. 2016. <>.