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The Agent's Daughter (Agent Series Book 1) by [Corriveau, Ron]
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About the Author

Ron Corriveau is an electrical engineer and works designing custom integrated circuits. He started writing to prove to himself that he actually does have a right side to his brain. Originally from Southern California, he currently lives outside of Dallas with his lovely wife and two awesome kids. He has only recently come to terms with the fact that he is a geek, although he would like to stress that he doesn't hold any kind of leadership role in the organization.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2543 KB
  • Print Length: 253 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0615799019
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Geek Parade Books (18 May 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CVIT078
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #705,437 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Young adult novel is okay. 26 Feb. 2015
By Diana M. Hockley - Published on Amazon.com
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This YA book is quite good, if outlandish in some ways, and I enjoyed it up to a point. The characters are likable - Melina, the spy in training only she doesn't realise it, Travis the genius younger brother of Melina. - and Alex, the son of a fellow agent of Melina's dad - only he does know it.

Life is not happy for Melina as her mother is in hospital in a coma after a car accident. Her dad - a software engineer - goes off on regular business trips and from time to time has to arrange a "bay sitter" to look after his children who do not know that he is a highly trained agent.

The story caters to the younger reader and that's fine but I found the dialogue stilted and unrealistic. People shorten words when they speak - "I don't" and not "I do not" particularly young people. I would suspect that this is as a result of English not being the author's first language. If it's not, then the dialogue lets the work down.
5.0 out of 5 stars Not predictable 29 April 2017
By LibraryLady - Published on Amazon.com
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So many young adult books are so predictable and derivative of other books that I can't remember the character's names after I finish the books.

The characters in The Agent's Daughter are unique and complete. Melina is a typical high school girl who does not spend her time whining - thank goodness. Her brother is a funny, brilliant, and likeable kid. Alex, the boy Melina likes, is a decent young man who anyone would want as a friend.

The story has a quick pace that keeps your interest without losing attention to detail and believability making it hard to put down. I am definitely recommending it for our school library.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The YA disclaimer means what it says! 15 July 2014
By Patricia - Published on Amazon.com
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This book really is for teens. The style is simplified and the "does he like me?" girl/boy issue gets more space than it deserves given that the presentation is unoriginal. We are told that Malina is fearless, thinks on her feet and is "agent" (spy) material. But when we meet her she is trying to cover up for having lost the book she was supposed to read for class...and doing a very poor job of it.
We then get a glimpse into what Melina's father, Evan, really does for a living and are given a chance to wonder why Evan ever thought of grooming Malia for espionage work when he's afraid to let her out of his sight.
Then, of course, things heat up in the second half of the book and we learn that Melina really is all that her dad believes her to be.
The yarn is a good one, albeit a tad too simplified with some things skipped over....e.g.: if there are 16,000 ways to signal that an agent needs help, how come no one was looking??? And how come no one noticed anything unusual about Melina's mom's coma??? For a bunch of elite spies, they really screwed up!
5.0 out of 5 stars A Fun Read - Highly recommended! 2 Oct. 2015
By Lady Bacon - Published on Amazon.com
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Although likely to be classified as a Young Adult book, this work is a fun read and moves at a comfortable pace. Melina is a high school student with a younger brother that has an exceptional mind. For her part, Melina has martial skills and a very quick, analytical mind. Her family has gone through a tragedy and she learns that her father's profession is not quite what she has been told. Her mother is in a coma and in a facility as the family becomes engaged in an adventure where deception, action and the key to Melina's mother's coma all blend into an exciting and interesting read.
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent book for all ages 14 Mar. 2017
By Franco - Published on Amazon.com
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Loved this book tells you how our government works in the background almost like ready James Bond books great read
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