Friday, 7 February 2014

Review: Fangs Vampire Spy - Target: Nobody by Tommy Donbavand

Publisher: Walker Books
Format: Paperback / eBook
Released: October 3rd, 2013
Rating: 8.5/10

Amazon summary:

Special Agent Fangs Enigma and his sidekick, werewolf Agent Puppy Brown, were recruited by secret intelligence agency MP1 (Monster Protection, 1st division) to stop the world's super(natural) villains and monster criminals from realizing their evil plans.


Fangs Enigma and Puppy Brown are back in Target: Nobody, the fourth instalment in the Fangs Vampire Spy series. We're plunged straight into the action right from the start, with MP1's Professor Hubert Cubit, or Cube to his friends, being kidnapped at the Dorchester Hotel in London. It's a race against time for Fangs and Co. as they try to find him and stop their enemy's evil plan - all with a little help from Fangs's dad, Claret Enigma!

I really love this series for younger readers. I'm so glad they have something like this to read, and I know I would have absolutely devoured them when I was a nine-year-old. Fangs Vampire Spy seems to be getting better with every book I read; the characters are fantastic and the quips and puns always make me laugh. Not to mention the actual plots, which are clever and so fast-paced that you're at the end before you know it!

Target: Nobody introduces a few new characters, most notably the lovely Claret Enigma and a nasty ghost by the name of Mr Nobody. There's also an army of skeletons, a cat and mouse spy team and thousands of the world's fastest hamsters. Talk about entertaining! I can't wait to read the final two books in the series, and I hope they're as fun as this one. With Fangs and Puppy on the case, how can they not be?!

1 comment:

Jesse Owen said...

I think I'm going to have to give this series a try - the covers look adorable too!