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JASON STEED Absolutely Nothing Kindle Edition
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I was pleased to see that references to the British Royal Family were altered - for example the names of the children, but I was surprised at the references to real named British and Australian Prime Ministers and US and French Presidents. In these cases it is usually best to use fictitious names so as not to upset anyone living or families of those who have passed.
It was nice to read of the love that existed between a father and his young son
`Absolutely Nothing' is full of adventure and lots of clean fun. It is not laced with unnecessary foul language which you sometimes find in books for pre-teen and young adults. I found this book compelling and interesting. Many times you read some books and the story line seems too far-fetched and un-relatable but this was well written
The book introduces us to Jason the main character, who happens to be a typical 12 year old boy, concerned about not becoming a `nerd' and who can't see the point of learning history or doing homework. However unlike other 12 year olds, he has great martial art skills and an unusual job of working with Scotland Yard, helping them solve complex cases. Jason has a great sense of what is right and what is wrong and he would go out of his way to do the right thing. Like when he left his place of safety to go and rescue the children in the orphanage because no one else was willing to do so. Jason is a real hero and a good role model, who despite all his bravery and strength is still human and sometimes makes mistakes. The author shows us Jason's strengths as well as his shortcomings, which makes the story more credible.
This is a fast paced book that takes you from the streets of London, to the Military Academy in America and all the way to Vietnam; you will certainly be entertained as you move from one adventure to the next.
If like me you enjoy adventure stories then this is a book you will certainly love. Great Stuff
I will certainly be reading more of the Jason Steed series.
I loved it. The main character is a young boy, aged 12. What I liked about this boy though was that he is portrayed as a responsible young man with strong values and a clear idea of the difference between right and wrong. He is brave, works hard at school, all the things we want our kids to grow up to be. He is also an amazing martial artist and the police frequently call upon him for his help.
The plot moves fast and he gets into a lot of scrapes whilst traveling the world. When my son finally got his hands on it he loved it and we are now invested in the series.
Nice to have a 'proper' role model for kids at last. Thank you.
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