Spy Danger by Justin Davis – Book Review

I have recently published reviews of two books from Blue Falcon Publishing, both aimed at slightly younger children. Spy Danger is aimed more at junior school children or those who are starting to read chapter books.


Spy Danger is written by Justin Davis and illustrated by Claire Adele.

This is a comprehensive chapter book of almost 200 pages for competent readers of around 7 or 8 years. It would also make a good storytime book for grown ups to read to their children, but maybe not at bedtime if you’re trying to quieten their minds down.

This is the second book in the series but it can be read as a stand alone. The story tells of the Baker family’s adventure when they stay in a castle for the weekend. There’s lots of mystery and puzzle solving as the children act as spies. This will have readers wanting to keep going to find out what happens next.

I love the colourful illustrations on the front and back cover, and the pencil drawn sketches throughout the story inside. The nature of the illustrations – scary looking men, maps, castle doors and dungeons – enhance the story.

book cover of a cartoon girl in a red cardi cuddling a big black fluffy dog for book review of Spy Danger by Justin Davis
I received this book from Blue Falcon Publishing for review consideration but rest assured, I only write about books that I enjoy. I am more than happy to share these as part of my Recommended Reading.  Available to buy from Blue Falcon Publishing and Amazon.

You may also like to read these other reviews:
The King and the Cockerel
Pete the Cheeky Parakeet

Have you read this book or any others from Blue Falcon Publishing?

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