• Title: One Shot Kill
  • Author: Robert Muchamore
  • ISBN: 9780340999189
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Paperback
  • One Shot Kill Spring The war is turning against Germany but Hitler isn t giving up In a secret bunker deep in occupied France scientists are hard at work on Hitler s latest deadly weapon code name FZG Ba
    Spring, 1943 The war is turning against Germany, but Hitler isn t giving up In a secret bunker deep in occupied France, scientists are hard at work on Hitler s latest deadly weapon code name FZG 76 Back in England Henderson s boys will need to undergo advanced sniper training if they have any chance of infiltrating the bunker Parachuting into occupied France, they traSpring, 1943 The war is turning against Germany, but Hitler isn t giving up In a secret bunker deep in occupied France, scientists are hard at work on Hitler s latest deadly weapon code name FZG 76 Back in England Henderson s boys will need to undergo advanced sniper training if they have any chance of infiltrating the bunker Parachuting into occupied France, they track down a secret dossier filled with invaluable material and uncover the meaning of the enigmatic code.

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    1. GREAT!!! One Shot Kill was a light, super fun read. Throughout the series the characters have developed and in One Shot Kill this is demonstrated particularly well. I thoroughly enjoyed One Shot Kill and cannot wait for the next book in the series; Scorched Earth to come out.

    2. A book that caught my eye was One Shot Kill by Robert Muchamore. This book caught my eye because I am very interested in military themed books. The author Robert Muchamore was born in London where he discovered his knack for writing at an early age. After starting to read this book I realized it was a series, and this book is the sixth in the series of “The Henderson’s Boys Series”. I hoped to get knowledge of what was happening in England during World War 2 by reading this book. I have re [...]

    3. I flew through the first half and struggled a bit with the second. I liked Justin and his family. It was good getting to see more of Rosie and Marc and Paul. Luc is just batshit crazy. One thing I've found super odd is reading Cherub at the same time - the origins story of Cherub differs. Henderson's Boys Cherub is started by Henderson after he meets Marc and Rosie and Paul and is shown the use of such agents. But Cherub suggests that Henderson started it only after he saw France/Germany using k [...]

    4. As always, CHERUB/HB books are awesome. Fun, easy to read, and action-packed. I'm kinda sad that I've now only got one left unless I start the second lot of CHERUB books. I suppose I'll live. Can't wait to read the last one.

    5. One Shot Kill Review Recently I’ve read the book One Shot Kill, by Robert Muchamore. This book is about the Cherub organization of young spies who work with French Resistance members who get info on German bunkers and secret weapons as they go into occupied France in World War 2, to stop Hitler’s plans. I believe for this book to meet my criterion. My first criterion, exciting first chapter, is included in this book because in the first chapter of One Shot Kill, some of the young spies and F [...]

    6. 1. I decided to read this book as I have previously read many books from Robert Muchamore, and I'm a big fan. He is well known for his successful series "Cherub" where he sold many books world wide.2. I enjoyed the character Justin, a young 10 year old boy. I was unimpressed at first by the character when I was introduced in "One Shot Kill", although as the book goes on, he slowly develops as an useful resistance member and I find him more enjoyable. He is first made known to the reader on a pur [...]

    7. This book had loads of action and never stopped. There are many things that I liked in this book like when Marc goes of to see Jae. I felt this book never stopped. It was action after action. I like how we meet some new characters as well as some of the character we met in previous books. Also it feels like we haven't seen some characters in ages, like Rosie and Paul. Rosie is now sixteen and Paul has past his 'girls are icky' stage. It only felt like a few minutes ago when Rosie and Paul were t [...]

    8. i am up to page 118 in this bookthe main characters at the moment are rosie, edith and joseph the start of the book, rosie and a man called eugene parachuted into occupied france to train some spy's in the resistance. when they landed they realised they had been ambushed and that all their spy's had been tortured and killed except for one. Edith was in prisoned by the germans and they were organising a public hanging the next day. while they are taking edith to the place where she is going to be [...]

    9. The story starts off with Rosie and Eugene parachuting into France. They were there to help the Resistance. Naturally stuff goes wrong, and Rosie is left dragging an injured girl halfway across France to find safety. Back in the UK the boys are being trained. Trained to be snipers.This book reads fast. It was only about 300 pages, 325? But it felt like lots happened in a short space of time. Which I quite like.Muchamore has once again written a book which will attract a wide range of ages."Hands [...]

    10. It was an alright addition to the Hendersons Boys series but it feels like it's missing something. I found it hard to get invested in the storyline, it felt shallow compared to some of the other books like The Prisoner. It also felt short - perhaps it was a little rushed, it certainly feels it.

    11. Fast-paced, intense and very entertaining as all the books in the series, although at this point the missions can start feeling like too much of the same thing. I read the seven books one after the other, so maybe that did not help. A lot of fun, nevertheless.

    12. Another excellent and rollicking tale from Robert Muchamore. Follows his successful formula and is a very enjoyable read. Hurry up with the next one please!

    13. I thought this book was excellent. It is a must read for the fans of the cherub series by Robert muchamore

    14. I liked the idea of it, though i would have liked to see the journeys on how everyone got back to Allied territory at the end.

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