Ryan Quinn and the Rebel's Escape

Ryan Quinn and the Rebel's Escape

eBook - 2016
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Ryan Quinn and the Rebels Escape is the first fast-paced, sensational novel in a trilogy about a New York City teenager who could give James Bond and Jason Bourne a run for their money. Fans of Alex Rider and the Spy School series will be completely enthralled. Ryan Quinn hopes his traveling days are over. The son of a United Nations worker, hes grown up in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa-everywhere but home. Hes finally settled at a great school in New York and is making friends when, suddenly, his world is turned upside down. Ryan is blindsided when his father disappears and his mother is abducted. Left with nothing but questions, he soon discovers his parents have been leading a double life. They actually work with the Emergency Rescue Committee, an underground organization that has performed dangerous rescue missions since World War II, and they've been secretly training Ryan to follow in their footsteps. With his parents? lives in the balance and more at stake than he knows, Ryan dives into a mission of international intrigue that sends him around the globe. To survive, he must trust his training and perform his own daring rescue mission in a thrilling race for freedom. Don't miss this first book in Ron McGees high-stakes trilogy about Ryan Quinn.
Publisher: [New York] : 2016. HarperCollins,
ISBN: 9780062421661
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Bolinda Digital BorrowBox

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Mar 03, 2017

It was a good, action packed, adventure mystery intrigue with different characters. It mainly focuses on Ryan's adventure and his relationship with his family. It's a good premise and a good beginning to multiple books. It wraps up 3/4 of the story in this one leaving the other 25% for #2. This and "Desert Dark" have similar themes, however I think the layers and characters are better done in Desert Dark. I don't know if this one really brings something incredibly new to the spy genre. The only thing that was of notable interest was the foreign country they travel to that is obviously a stand-in for North Korea. Still a fun read, boys will enjoy and fans of James Bond will love.

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Nov 29, 2017

blue_ant_2549 thinks this title is suitable for 11 years and over


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