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[Download] ➾ Clayton Stone, At Your Service  ➼ Ena  Jones – Submitalink.info Twelve Year Old Clayton Stone Is Shocked When A Top Secret Government Organization Recruits Him As A Decoy In A Kidnapping Sting Instantly, He Gets Drawn Into The Dangerous World Of Covert Operations Clayton S New Life Is Full Of Excitement, With Elaborate Disguises And Classified Debriefings, But Soon Enough There S A Gun Against His Neck Clayton S Transformation From Middle School Lacrosse Star To Special Service Agent Is Full Of Suspense, Humor And Heart A Thrilling Undercover Debut


10 thoughts on “Clayton Stone, At Your Service

  1. Braden "Booknerd Boy" Braden "Booknerd Boy" says:

    Q From page one you said you were hooked on this book What was it about this book that captured you so much A It probably was the thrill of the book There was action from start to finish.Q You were always so excited to fill me in on what was going on with Clayton What made this book so muc


  2. Linda Linda says:

    A wonderful mystery I loved the characters and can t wait to read the next book An amazing debut mystery series by a talented author


  3. Mrs Mommy Booknerd http://mrsmommybooknerd.blogspot.com Mrs Mommy Booknerd http://mrsmommybooknerd.blogspot.com says:

    BOOKNERD BOY Braden s Review Q From page one you said you were hooked on this book What was it about this book that captured you so much A It probably was the thrill of the book There was action from start to finish.Q You were always so excited to fill me in on what was going on with Clayton What made this bo


  4. Jackie Jackie says:

    I received this galley at Book Expo America 2015, and was glad I did Clayton Stone is a typical seventh grader he hates homework, plays sports and video games, and has a best friend Then one day he discovers his grandmother is the head of the Special Service a special undercover government organization He takes up the


  5. Mirka Breen Mirka Breen says:

    Oh, my This is one fun ruckus of a tale Told in first person present tense, it almost has the effect of a child narrator caught in his own computer game, but this is no game The Secret Service, so secret that none of us would know about it, is in need of a child to be part of a m...


  6. Vonna Carter Vonna Carter says:

    The cliffhanger ending on page five hooked me I liked Clayton and his grandmother and I looked forward to going on an adventure with them Even the big guy in the serious black suit was intriguing Clayton s grandmother had him by the ear and his future didn t look good From there, the story...


  7. Angie Angie says:

    This book has everything kids, spies, gadgets, diner food, lacrosse action, girls sort of , school, shopping, grandmas, intrigue, politics, kidnappings, car chases, and even some actual heart pounding danger And did I mention lacrosse Check out this fun middle...


  8. Theresa Theresa says:

    Clayton Stone, raised by his grandmother, is a lacrosse playing, private school attending, twelve year old He is recruited by the Special Service to be a decoy in a series of mall nappings Told in first person, present tense, this story is fast paced, exciting, and fun Although not at all plausi...


  9. Brian Brian says:

    A delightful detective story merged with a growing up and finding yourself tale Clayton has just enough attitude to be real without getting snarky, and his exclamations keep the whole thing light hearted without diminishing the suspense and action thriller quality.


  10. Daniel wong Daniel wong says:

    great book


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