MAD DOGS ROBERT MUCHAMORE PDF
Cherub: Mad Dogs is a fantastic book full of twists and turns. It reels you in, making you want to read on. It is story of a gang war over drugs and. CHERUB: Mad Dogs by Robert Muchamore – review. ‘a fantastic book full of twists and turns; it reels you in, making you want to read on’. Ninja. Gang warfare gets gruesome in the eighth book of the CHERUB series, which Rick Riordan says has “plenty of action.” CHERUB agents are highly trained.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Mad Dogs by Robert Muchamore. The British underworld is controlled by gangs. When two of them start a turf war, violence explodes onto the streets. The police need information fast and James Adam has the contacts to infiltrate the most dangerous gang of all. Paperbackpages. To see what your nad thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Mad Dogsplease sign up.
Sreyam Das Muchamroe, first you look at it. Then once you finish reading one page, you turn it over. After doing this a couple hundred times you will have finished …more Well, first rlbert look at it. After doing this a couple hundred times you will have finished reading the book. See 2 questions about Mad Dogs…. Lists with This Book. Aug 03, Reggie added it. I am such a spy junkie! I love this author so much!!!
This is definitely one of my two favorite spy series. I really gained insight into how some of the biggest criminal masterminds work. The way James and Bruce infiltrated the Mad Dogs was flawless and obviously well-planned. I couldn’t put this book down once I started to read it.
All of the pieces fit together and I wasn’t able to find any plot holes whatsoever. Muchamore’s writing is impeccable. He described everything without mak I am such a spy junkie! He described everything without making anything seem boring. Each detail was important. The moment that I was pulled into the gang conflict, I could tell that Muchamore certainly did his research.
I learned about different models of guns and drugs and how the British underworld revolved. The action and suspense all through out the books kept me on edge. It made me think of all the possible scenarios that Muchamore was going to throw at me. The re-readability level of this book is off the hook.
I read it three xogs and I never got tired of it. Every time I read it, I got caught up in all of the gun shootings, pursuits, and missions.
It’s just THAT good. Muchamore’s style is one-of-a-kind and so is the originality and cleverness of the plot. You never know what’s going to happen. It’s going to leave you asking for more.
Cherub: Mad Dogs by Robert Muchamore – review
Mar 09, Tony added it. Jun 14, Catherine Muldoon rated it liked it. Mad Dogs covers the issue of British gangs and the intimidating threat of criminal activity that poses a threat to civilian safety. The story heavily focuses on status of street gangs and their ideology including power, territory and organised crime specifically drug dealing in this case.
This book was written in where gang crimes were notorious and a huge problem for the Nuchamore Police force and government.
Our main character, James Adams is now 16 and now that James is becoming older, th Mad Dogs covers the issue of British gangs and the intimidating threat of criminal activity that poses a threat to civilian safety. Our main character, James Adams is now 16 and now that James is becoming older, the tones of the book have become slightly more gritty and the criminals have become more violent which fits in well with the theme of this book.
The book does dive into human nature on survival as there are times where the best option is sometimes to fight back. I found it the most thrilling part and the action kept me on edge as it developed the most tension to the story. The pacing felt like it dragged from specific sections in the story which diminished part of my experience. Although, this may be due to the case that our beloved main agents are maturing and that the author wants to investigate new attributes behind different characters.
Muchamore has proven that he has a good understanding of the main figures’ personalities very well. I especially like the sections concentrated upon Bruce and the antagonists such as Wheels and Junior. Class A, which adds to the sense of nostalgia which I thrive upon.
Through growing to love these characters and the progression of missions, this book ends the story of one of the older generations, Kyle who was the person who first recruited James to CHERUB. In spite of this, I felt the plot did slow down at points as it lingered to evolve to the main point reducing my enjoyment, but it did try to redeem itself with fast pace action. This’ book target audience is for teens mainly boys, but I believe this can be enjoyed by female teenagers as well.
I would definitely recommended the whole series.
This is a book you can lost in and let hours pass and is the series that started me to read again. This book is dohs book i have read last year so im not sure if it counts but if it did it would be under the category of “a book with a male main character”.
Because it kind of says it but James is a boy In the story. It revolves around how he gets recruited by cherub. Then it goes through his cherub life and how he over comes different things in times of danger. But he is muchmaore and all a very good person. My favorite quote was from when they were getting chased by some thugs one of mudhamore thugs yells out “Im going to crack your head over my knee you little muchaamore.
But they dont catch them and this phrase has been in every book since the 3rd one I finished the series over the holidays. It was in all of them except three and there are 12 in the series.
They find out what they are planing to do to this other gang,report ma back to cherub command,to stop the threat before violence explodes onto the streets. What I learnt from this book is that fighting is sometimes a good option not for the hell of it but when you need to its good to know how,not to mention when. Aug 17, Farseer rated it it was amazing. At this point muchaomre the series Muchamore is confident in his new formula. While most early Cherub books concentrated only on the mission except for book 1, which had the recruiting and training partnowadays we get a mixture of the mission and the agent’s life at the campus.
Mad Dogs (Cherub, #8) by Robert Muchamore
It works well, because the characters are well-drawn and it’s always entertaining to follow their lives, and the missions are always intense and dangerous. In mad dogs, James and Bruce have to infiltrate a violent gang. There At this point in the series Muchamore is confident in his new ronert. There’s a gang war going on and another Cherub agent has been very seriously injured after being stabbed twice.
CHERUB: Mad Dogs by Robert Muchamore – review
It was good to see James go back to an identity he used in an earlier mission, and renew his acquaintance with Junior Moore, from book 2. It was also nice to see Bruce in action. Bruce is probably the best martial artist among James’ friends, but he has not had many opportunities to shine so far. This book, like all in the series, is well researched and quite realist in its treatment of gang violence.
Jan 03, Noah Chiu rated it it was amazing. One of the best Cherub books by far, packing exhilarating action scenes, the troubles of growing up, infiltrating a gang, being involved in a British gang war. After reading the whole Cherub series 6 times not only myself but my friends who have also read the Cherub series, have easily come to the conclusion that Mad Dogs was the book that made James legendary in the sense that the book changed our vision of him from a misbehaving teenager who caught a lucky break on some missions to a serious a One of the best Cherub books by far, packing exhilarating action scenes, the troubles of growing up, infiltrating a gang, being involved in a British gang war.
After reading the whole Cherub series 6 times not only myself but my friends who have also read the Cherub series, have easily come to the conclusion that Mad Dogs was the book that robret James legendary in the sense that the book changed our roebrt of him from a misbehaving teenager who caught a lucky break on some missions to a serious and mature teenager who shines on missions.
If I were to recommend this book to anybody, I wouldn’t be recommending the book, I would say that you need to read this series in order. As that way you can fully understand the Cherub universe. Jun 01, Bford7 rated it really liked it. After Gabrielle O’Brian gets stabbed in the back by a member of Vogs Runts, a gang, while on a mission, Michael Hendry only wants to get revenge. But when the Ethics Muchhamore turns down the request for him to go back to finish the mission, Michael then requests James Adams and Kyle Blueman finish the job for them.
So, after days of pleading and begging, the Ethics Committee finally agrees. Then, following a horrifying attack in a school yard, James is arrested.
Did James and Kyle end up getting revenge? Mad Dogs is about friends, perseverance, and revenge. Dec 20, Karen Barber rated it really liked it Shelves: Mad Dogs doesn’t deviate from the formula too much, but there are definite signs that Muchamore is having to work a little harder to think about the predicaments these agents are placed in as they mature.
This time round, James muchamode brought back early from a training exercise in order to use a contact from the past muchamre help move on a pretty dangerous mission.