Adam Locke is a fourteen year old genius. He has a very special sense of what's "just" and if something is unjust, he has to fix it. When he is caught getting his teacher fired, he is given an amazing opportunity, a choice to become a secret agent. He's shipped off to a fake boarding school in Geneva and starts training. Adam and Emma, another teenage recruit, are given a chance to prove themselves when they are sent to retrieve a record of all of the agents from a former agent turned Villian.
This book was very well written and interesting in the way it showed you the thoughts of Adam and his experiences. I could hardly put it down. This was such a great book because the main character was so relatable to teens while also showing how extraordinary kids can be. I would recommend this book to fourth graders and above. The descriptions used in the book were so vivid that it made you laugh if it was funny and wince with pain if anyone was injured. The only thing I would have liked to see that I didn't was more information about machines. I gave this 4/5 stars because it kept me on the edge of my metaphorical seat and had plenty of funny moments.