Wednesday, December 29, 2021

Book Review: Spies Never Quit by Myles Christensen

Title: Spies Never Quit
Author: Myles Christensen
Genre: Mystery
Publication Date: August 1st, 2020

If the only way to save her mother is to act like a spy, Mari can act like a spy.


After her mother is abducted, Mari Sandoval breaks into her mother’s research lab in an ill-advised attempt to appease the kidnappers. Fortunately she’s thwarted by two spunky sorority girls who offer her a better way to save her mother—become a spy.

In the fast-paced world of undercover agents—where fabulous new clothes, high-tech gadgets, and flirting for secrets are the norm—Mari’s inexperience could ruin everything.

Will she be able to master the art of espionage in time to rescue her mother from the clutches of a maniac? Or will her undercover mission doom them both to imprisonment?



*A Thank you to the author for allowing me to read this. This is my honest and unbiased review*

 Hello Fellow Readers,

I do love me some mysteries, and this one seemed promising. I was ready for hi-jinks and fun and while Spies Never Quit did deliver it wasn't as quite what I was expecting. Reading through I couldn't put my finger on why I couldn't love the book until the very end. Everyone just seemed so young, yes I know they are all pretty much college aged kids in a world of undercover agents but it really felt like they were younger, but this could just be me a mid-thirties woman being out of touch with the younger generation.

I did enjoy the book, there were some great moments and I actually enjoyed how cliche and evil the bad guys were. Mari was pretty good, even if she sometimes did suffer from Powerful MC syndrome. I didn't really care for the other girls as they just seemed like background noise. The plot was pretty interesting and that was what got me through, I just needed to know what happened at the end

Overall, I think this would be great for someone who is or likes YA fiction


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