Review | Thursday 07 May 2009
This book is about four talented orphans. They do mysterious tests and then later are needed to save the world from being brainwashed. They save the world by going into the Institute for the Very Enlightened (where the bad guy is), undercover as students.
The best things about this book are: the thrill and humour and it leaves you wondering what’s going to happen next. This book is long so be prepared to keep reading over quite a few days. You might like this book if you like: secret agent books and teeth-chattering books. A good place to read this book is: on the couch or in bed because it’s long so you want to be comfy.
I loved this book and I’d recommend it to most 10-year-old boys and girls. My dad liked it as well.