The Boy Who Knew Too Much review by sschu5
The Boy Who Knew Too Much
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Juvenile Fiction
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - Charlotte, NC, United States
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Brian is just a normal teenage boy who likes reading spy novels. When his class goes to Europe for a field trip, he gets a taste of real life spying. He watches a man die on the street, and his last few words take Brian on an adventure. First, he talks to the embassy. Then, a man from the embassy kidnaps him so he can save his reputation. While escaping this first danger, another group of bad guys try to capture him. As he evades them he meets a lovely girl called Larissa. Can Brian survive--while getting the girl? Can he save the military device that people are trying to steal?


This is an amazing book. I love it because of all the adventure. It moves so fast, which creates a feeling of suspense. I found myself wondering, “What’s going to happen next?” The backstory of the main character, Brian, is genius for this story. It helps to make the book easier to understand and overall fun to read. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a fast-paced book full of adventure.

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