To Hawaii, with Love
Book 2, Spy Goddess
Michael P. Spradlin
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Rachel and her fellow students head to Hawaii to save the world—and hit the beach
Sentenced by a judge to a year at Blackthorn Academy, Rachel is still getting the hang of boarding school. Her Tae Kwon Do is improving, and her attitude has gotten better, but she’s still a long way from convincing the headmaster to let her join the Top Floor—the school’s secret training program for international superspies. It’s too bad, because there is a supervillain after her, and Rachel is going to need all the training she can get.
Simon Blankenship believes he is the reincarnation of Mithras, an evil Roman god, and that Rachel is a reincarnated goddess who is the only thing preventing him from total world domination. When Rachel discovers that Blankenship is recovering ancient artifacts in Hawaii, she’s raring to go—to stop Blankenship and catch some sun. There’s just one problem: Mr. Kim refuses to send Rachel and her classmates into certain danger. She may not be a full-fledged spy, but Rachel is sneaky enough get her friends to Hawaii. But with Blankenship tracking their every move, will she be able to get them back home?
“[A] fast-paced face-off against evil.” —Booklist
“An entertaining page-turner . . . Witty and smart with an edge.” —School Library Journal on Live and Let Shop
New York Times–bestselling author Michael P. Spradlin is the author of more than twenty books for children and adults. His works include the international bestselling Youngest Templar series, the Killer Species series, and several picture books. He is fluent in Australian, British, Canadian, South African, and several other English-based languages. Sharks swim in the other direction when he steps into the ocean. He has a black belt in television remote control. He does not understand why VHS tapes “have not made a comeback.”
Spradlin lives in Lapeer, Michigan. Lapeer is French for the peer, which is a big joke on the French because there is no peer there. Unless you count Michael P. Spradlin. But even he is without peer. Sorry, French.
- Level: Grades 7-12
- Category: Crime & Mystery
- Published: Dec 10, 2013
- Publisher: Open Road Media Teen & Tween
- Seller: OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC
- Print Length: 269 Pages
- Language: English
- Series: Book 2, Spy Goddess