Spy Dog Unleashed Paperback – 1 Mar 2007
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About the Author
Andrew Cope lives with his wife and two children in a small town near Derby. He really does have a dog called Lara, who has one sticky-up ear and came from the RSPCA. He suspects she could be a secret agent but she hides her identity well.
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There's a scattering of illustrations, black and white line drawings with a little shading, and the chief villain Mr Big has the feel of a Disney villain, menacing yet too much of a cartoon to be overly threatening.
Mr Big escapes from prison and the first thing he wants to do is find Lara the Spy Dog. His cronies have trained a replica Spy Dog, Bambi, to be vicious and criminal. She mugs old ladies and robs banks all under the watchful gaze of CCTV in order to frame Lara, so that the real spy dog will be banged up and out of the way for the spectacular Diamond Heist Mr Big is planning.
Lara used to work for the Secret Service and, as the 007 of the canine world, she likes her milkshake "shaken, not stirred". In this book however, like Bond with his revoked licence in Licence to Kill, she is now just a family dog and is enjoying a relaxing holiday with them. The book is unashamedly set in England: holidaying in the Lake District, a portrait of the Queen in Mr Big's prison cell (!) and cricket matches. There are mentions throughout of mobiles and ipods, airbags and e-mails, etc. and though these are not vital to the plot they work to place the story in an absolutely contemporary setting.
This is a great story for both boys and girls. While Lara is obviously a girl dog, the adventure story-line is perfect for boys, and the siblings within Lara's family are 2 boys and a girl who all help foil the robbery with Lara.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The kids like it - and bits of it are funny. If you liked the earlier ones in the series, this is more of the samePublished 3 months ago by Sarah Nestor
Another difficult to put down book, my son & I love the Spy Dog seriesPublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
Brilliant most read for any one up to 12 this series is amazing I have read them all they get better !Published 24 months ago by Harry potter