China Clipper review by CDi
China Clipper, a Nick Grant Adventure
Age Range - Any Age
Genre - Historical Fiction
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Age at time of review - 10
Reviewer's Location - Towson, Maryland, United States
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Nick is back in another book, but this time instead of going overseas, he's back at school and has managed to get a job working on the China Clipper, a "flying boat". But some force is determined to not the plane fly. Nick is sure his old enemy Miyazaki is to blame, but is he working alone or does he have acomplices hidden everywhere? There's also Haas who's loyalty has been shifty, the two new kids at school, Rodger and Nancy, but they've been behaving suspiciously too. Nick may just be alone on this one.


I reviewed the first book in this series, Flying Boats and Spies, and thought it was just great! I was so exited when I found out there would be a second book. Although it is written with guys in mind (lots of mechanical terms and stuff while working on the planes, I still love reading it and this time, his girlfriend, Leilani, plays a bigger role in it which is great to read! I would reccomend this book to anybody! It's very well written and clearly explains terms I would not recongnize.


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