a book about a SPY....?
i would love to read a book about a teenage girl spy.. i like when it has romance in it but not a lot like i don't want a make out scene on almost every page.... and absolutely NO SEX...
I'm good with just about any genre so that doesn't matter
the only spy book I've read is Gallagher Girls by Ally Carter its a pretty good series
thanks for your help and i will choose a best answer.....☺☻☺☻☺☻
- KellyLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
These books are about all about girl teenage spies except for Alex Rider because he's a guy...The Squad was probably my favorite of them all....
- Squad by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
- The Specialists by Shannon Greenland
- Alex Rider by Anthony Horowitz
Bayport High operates like any other high school - jocks at the top, outsiders at the bottom, and everyone else in between. Enter Toby Klein, a sophomore computer hacker who doesn't play well with others. She has zero school spirit, a black belt in karate, and what her guidance counselor calls an "attitude problem." She's the last person you’d expect to be invited to join the varsity cheerleading squad. But things are different at Bayport. Bayport's varsity cheer squad is made up of the hottest of the hot. But this A-list is dangerous in more ways than one. The Squad is actually a cover for the most highly trained group of underage government operatives the United States has ever assembled. Athletically, they're unmatchable, though they make it all look easy on the field. Mentally, they're exceptional - but with one flash of their gorgeous smiles, you'll completely forget that. Socially, they're gifted, so they can command and manipulate any situation. And above all, they have the perfect cover, because, beyond herkies and highlights, no one expects anything from a cheerleader.Toby Klein might not seem like the most likely recruit, but she’s never been one to turn down a challenge. If she can hand the makeover, Bayport High may just have found its newest cheerleader. Pretty, popular, armed, and extremely dangerous - meet THE SQUAD.
The Specialists by Shannon Greenland
Teen genius Kelly James is in a lot of hot water. A whiz with computers, she agreed to help her college rA, David, uncover some top-secret information. After all, she doesn’t have many friends and David has always been nice to her. it doesn’t hurt that he’s supercute and irresistible, too. All she has to do is hack into the government’s main computer system. but a few hours later, her whole life changes. she is caught and taken in for questioning, only this isn’t your run-of-the-mill arrest. rather than serve a juvenile detention sentence, she accepts the option to change her name and enlist in a secret government spy agency that trains teen agents to go undercover. As if that wasn’t overwhelming enough, she discovers that David works for this agency as well! And before she even begins to understand what is going on, she’s sent on her first mission as an undercover model. And who better to partner with than David himself!
Meet Alex Rider, the reluctant teenage spy.
When his guardian dies in suspicious circumstances, fourteen-year-old Alex Rider finds his world turned upside down. Within days he’s gone from schoolboy to superspy. Forcibly recruited into MI6, Alex has to take part in gruelling SAS training exercises. Then, armed with his own special set of secret gadgets, he’s off on his first mission. His destination is the depths of Cornwall, where Middle Eastern multimillionaire Herod Sayle is producing his state-of-the-art Stormbreaker computers. Sayle’s offered to give one free to every school in the country - but MI6 think there’s more to the gift than meets the eye. Only Alex can find out the truth. But time is running out and he soon finds himself in mortal danger. It looks as if his first assignment may well be his last...
- Anonymous4 years ago
Anything Ian Fleming would fit that bill. Thunderball, The Spy Who Loved Me, Goldfinger, Dr. No ...You cannot beat James Bond for cold war spies ... You might also like to read something about Julius and Ethel Rosenberg - real spies killed in NY for spying for Russia. There are some great contemporary spy authors out there. Daniel Silva and Nelson de Mille come to mind. C.
- 1 decade ago
Harriet the spy.
I don't know if that would count as a "spy book" in your terms, but it's pretty good. It's about a girl of about 11yrs-12yrs and she spies on people and writes all their secrets in a notebook. She's got some pretty good friends that she hangs out with. Then she accidentally leaves her notebook on the field and a girl finds it and starts reading it to everyone. Anyways, she loses all her friends and has to go see a shrink and it's kind of okay. Probably not for your age group, but when you said "spy" this book automatically came up in my mind.
- 1 decade ago
Samantha Keyes books are pretty good...I used to read them when I was in middle school...so it might be too young for your liking, but she solves mysteries throughout her town.
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- 1 decade ago
oh lol i was GOING to receomend the gallagher girls series, awesome series ^^
- Anonymous1 decade ago