Revenge

Revenge A page turner in the spirit of Alex Ride and Co KirkusOnly one secret agent can defeat the world s most ruthless criminal organization He was surrounded Jason s body worked automatically his mind bla

  • Title: Revenge
  • Author: Mark A. Cooper
  • ISBN: 9781402264290
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Paperback
  • A page turner in the spirit of Alex Ride and Co KirkusOnly one secret agent can defeat the world s most ruthless criminal organization.He was surrounded Jason s body worked automatically, his mind blank He was fighting to breathe, forcing himself not to give up But he was trapped Standing on one leg and kicking out to keep the men back, he fumbled for the door hand A page turner in the spirit of Alex Ride and Co KirkusOnly one secret agent can defeat the world s most ruthless criminal organization.He was surrounded Jason s body worked automatically, his mind blank He was fighting to breathe, forcing himself not to give up But he was trapped Standing on one leg and kicking out to keep the men back, he fumbled for the door handle to his left He ran inside and leaped onto the narrow window ledge He was nearly a hundred feet up, but the Triad thugs were closing fast Jason jumped Martial arts expert and undercover agent Jason Steed is on the run, hunted by a crew of vicious criminals To survive, he must rely on his training to be faster, smarter, tougher Jason will do whatever it takes to defeat the Triads But when his own government turns against him, does he have enemies than he can handle

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    1. ”Keeah!”Jason Steed is in trouble again! Maybe even a little over his head in trouble. But don’t let the little guy fool you. He is one tough kid. And he’s on the run for his life in book 2 of Mark Cooper’s spy series.Revenge is non-stop action. I’m sorry let me say that louder—NON-STOP ACTION! From prison to Spain to Hong Kong and more! We are constantly moving and fighting! Bullets zing. Kicks fly. Blood flows! And revenge is not far behind. The Triads will do anything to get the [...]

    2. The story of a cereal containing addictive drugs concerns me lol. #random*cough cough* 'Nyways, I really enjoyed this book. it would be wonderful to see grown-up Scott and Jason working together in SYUI (?). :))What I think I like most about Jason's character (as opposed to Alex Rider I guess lol) is that he really wants to be a spy. It's sad because he's only 11 or 12 y/o so the scars of seeing dead might've had scarred Jason more in term of psychological and emotional aspects. I look forward t [...]

    3. I finished this book in close time. I could not believe how Jason is growing up. I can not wait till the third book comes out in either October or November. My cousin really enjoyed it as well. What we really liked is how Jason is not perfect. He basically acts on instinct. We will be waiting to see what kind of trouble that Jason gets into. I would recommend this book if you like mystery/martial arts books.

    4. Good as always.Being a spy is hard work but even more harder when your working undercover, on the run from both sides and hard to make choices that you might regret later in life.I agree with Joanne if I want someone to take me back to my parents; I would pick Jason Steed.

    5. Rate: 4.5 Stars Definitely not a disappointment. And before we begin I have say that I forget sometimes that he's only eleven. Jason is in jail, in Spain, in Hong Kong, basically everywhere. And everyone is trying to kill him. I'm always amazed by how much actual death occurs in these books. Authors don't normally kill off that many semi important people. This one does. We have some knew character. Andrew, his dad, boudina, Joanne, Georges bitch of a wife and son. Really fuck them. He's fucking [...]

    6. Wow this kid is insanly KICK-BUTT!!!Json Steed has:a pilot licensefluency in several languages including chineese3rd degree blackbelts in several kinds of martial artsan awesome british accenta genius best frienda girlfriend who is a princess of Englandmob bosses wanting his head on a stickhis greatest weapon is that people often underestimate him, why you ask?BECAUSE HE IS FRIGGEN 11 YEARS OLDthink its kinda unrealistic?? impossible?? wildly unlikely??READ THE BOOKS

    7. I really enjoyed this book and thought it was just as good as the previous one in the series, Fledgling. I would recommend Revenge to anyone who loves to read books filled with action and nonstop suspense. I liked both Jason and the new character, Joanne, and found the latter to be especially enjoyable for a new character. Revenge may be geared more toward boys, but I think it would an excellent read for a person of any gender!(Updated October 23, 2015)

    8. Revenge: Jason Steed written by Mark A. Cooper is an action story that follows the character Jason Steed an eleven year old boy. Jason is an extraordinary young boy he is a very skilled fighter and is one of the bravest people in London. In the story Jason work undercover for S.Y.U.I. (Scotland Yard Undercover Intelligence) in the beginning of the story. Eventually the Triads come after him and he has to constantly fight and kill for his safety and the safety of his friends. To be honest I did n [...]

    9. Keeping things rocketing along at a breakneck pace, shattered kneecaps and broken noses do only go so far. Still, they're really fun and Cooper's quite a talent.

    10. It's nonstop spy action with a twelve year old multiple-black belt secret agent. Jason Steed makes Alex Rider look like a wimp.

    11. Eleven-year-old Jason Steed inflitrates a young offenders' facility in order to befriend Andrew Cho, son of the Triad gang leader. At first he is harassed, but the he beats up the evil Watson and earns Cho's respect. When Andrew is released, Jason is sent into foster care near his house, and the two hang out. Jason starts to realize that the cereal being produced by Boudica, one of the Triad members, is highly addictive. Triad eventually finds out that Jason is a spy and blows up his foster home [...]

    12. This was a very good book. I really enjoyed it. There was action on every page, which is something that a lot of "spy books" lack. I personally enjoyed this book better that the first, Fledging. I have yet to cry, but my eyes ave watered up. :) I'm enjoying the Jason Steed books, so far!- Mr. Good Read

    13. Good. Not as fantastic as #1. Very sad. The ending has him coming to the conclusion that he's all alone in the world and can trust no one at all, only himself. Not recommended for youth. Too morbid.

    14. Jason is only 12 years old but he can take on full grown men. When his father is away Jason takes the opportunity to help take down the tirades who are trying to get really rich so they can take over China. Jason experiences so much and has to run from the Spanish government and other people who want him dead. Jason is really brave.

    15. After reading the first book I was exited to read the second book, but as I was reading it I was disappointed to find that this book had some more .older themes in it and a lot more violence.

    16. Revenge (Jason Steed Book 2) Summary: ONLY ONE SECRET AGENT CAN DEFEAT THE WORLD'S MOST RUTHLESS CRIMINAL ORGANIZATION. Martial arts expert and undercover agent Jason Steed is on the run, hunted by a crew of vicious criminals. To survive, he must rely on his training - to be faster, smarter, tougher. Jason will do whatever it takes to defeat the Triads. But when his own government turns against him, does he have more enemies than he can handle.Rating: 2 starsOpening Line: "The Yamaha RD 250 moto [...]

    17. A good spy thriller with an 11 year old. Triads and MI6 and undercover work, oh my!A good read, interested in continuing the series. Easy to get through :)

    18. If it's possible, I think this book has too much action. It's exciting, but there is a lack of a plot. They just keep running for their lives.

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