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Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM By EnaJones

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 fromTwelve 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
  • Title: Clayton Stone, At Your Service
  • Author: EnaJones
  • ISBN: 9780823433896
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Hardcover

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Braden "Booknerd Boy" Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
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 much different than other books you have read in this genre?A. This book did a great job of keeping my interest. There was always something very exciting going on and, at times, a twist I did not see coming. [...]
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Linda Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
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!
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Mrs Mommy Booknerd http://mrsmommybooknerd.blogspot.com Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
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 book so much different than other books you have read in this genre?A. This book did a great job of keeping my interest. There was always something very exciting going on and, at times, [...]
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Jackie Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
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 family legacy and starts working for them, trying to chase down a gang of kidnappers. The writing and storyline reminded me of Stuart Gibbs-the same kind of humor and action. I' [...]
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Mirka Breen Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
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 mission. It just so happens that the child, Clayton Stone, has a mysterious connection to this organization because its head is none other than Well. I don't tell. Instead I suggest you read all about it.
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Vonna Carter Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
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 launched into action with thirteen-year-old Clayton in the spotlight, and in the hot seat. This book was a lot of fun and I’m glad to see there’s a sequel already in the works.
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Angie Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
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 grade novel from a new Greensboro author!
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Theresa Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
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 plausible, the author does a good job of suspending disbelief and explaining how it all could happen. Just don't try this at home, kids.
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Brian Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
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.
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Brittany Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
This book is about a teenage boy who is asked to help who was asked to help in a secret service. His Though he didn't really know much growing up, his family has been part of this secret service for years. He finds himself in dangerous situations, but realizes that he actually loves this job. Though he grew up loving lacrosse, he has found a new love.I liked this book. It wasn't the most fun read, but it was definitely not unbearable nor was it slow. I would have personally liked more character [...]
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Teresa Bateman Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
Clayton is 12, a lacrosse player, and (much to his surprise) related to the leader of a top secret organization. Kidnappings have been taking place at local malls. Children have been involved. A kid is needed to act as bait and Clayton is elected. Friends don't understand why he's missing practices, his handlers don't understand why he's following his instincts instead of his instructions. Is he going to make it out of this alive? While this book starts out slowly, it rapidly picks up speed and [...]
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W-TCPL Teen Central Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
This book, in my opinion, is okay. It hooked me in with a gripping paragraph or so, but when I go on to the second chapter, it feels as if I'm just calling words. My light bulb slowly dims.The cover art could be a bit more defined and bold. Another thing I noticed is that I found this book in the teen area/genre, but I couldn't get past the vocabulary. I feel like the book belongs in maybe the 4th through 5th grade area. Usually, when I read a book, it has words that make me pull out my dictiona [...]
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Melissa Stafford Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
I received this book as a free giveaway thru . I initially thought my 11 year old daughter would enjoy this book, but it was geared more for boys. I read it and immediately thought "James Bond/Agent Cody Banks". The book was a little slow to start, but midway it captures its audience. I was happy to read more "action/adventure" in the storyline, for me, that's when it really started to become interesting.
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Marcia Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
First off---love the cover. Clayton Stone, At Your Service is a fun story with just enough suspense and secret agent gadgets to make any kid want to work for the Special Service. This book is a great example of a fast-paced novel that’s as much character driven as it is plot driven. All characters are believable and well-developed. My interest was held through to the end and I think kids aged 9 to 14 will love it, too.
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Barbara Etlin Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
The first in a series, this middle-grade spy novel is a breezy, fun read with likeable characters.
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Renee Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
fast paced and good action!
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Valerie Lawson Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
Fast-paced action with a pint-sized spy guy you'll fall in love with. Great read!
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Laurie McKay Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
Enjoyed this! Review to come!
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Whimseas Sep 19, 2020 - 01:37 AM
A fun kid spy book. I think boys will especially like it. The main character has a funny sense of humor which is endearing. We learn a little about Lacrosse and team spirit along with the mystery.
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Clayton Stone, At Your Service By EnaJones 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 fromTwelve 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

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