Dhahran, Saudi Arabia (PRWEB) November 09, 2012
Two brothers who are twins live at Grand Lakes, Texas in Willow Hill Street. They both really like spying because when they were still small kids, they watched a lot of spy movies. Now that they are eleven years old, they continue to fool around in the front yard. Little did they know, their spy games would lead them to an exhilarating adventure far than they can both possibly imagine.
Super- Secret Spies written by eleven-year-old author Henry J. Acevedo is a fictional spy story about twin brothers Jack and Jason Stevenson who think they are just ordinary eleven-year-old boys. But from the window of their room one Christmas Eve, they saw two men who took a camera from a stop sign in front of the yard. They figured that the camera must have caught them fooling around so they set off after the men only to discover for themselves a secret about their long lost father and what he is about to reveal regarding his and their true identities.
After finding out about the secrets of the Stevenson family, Jack and Jason must also have to challenge and figure out how to defeat Sensor Sender, the world’s most evil villain who is about to build a dangerous machine that will destroy the earth and the moon. However, they’re both too young to realize that there’s more to a fight. Will the twin brothers be up for the challenge or will they be defeated?
Super-Secret Spies is one entertaining, action-packed read that will keep readers both young and old amazed and fascinated by the brilliant writing skills of a relativity young author in Henry J. Acevedo. Follow his book as he tells the story of Jack and Jason Stevenson who, for seven Christmas Eves must prepare to fight the most horrible, awful things like evil villains, bad fat dudes, murderers, mean jail keepers, ghosts, grizzly bears and so much more.
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About the Author
Henry Jose Acevedo was born in Maracaibo, Venezuela, on 19th of November 2001. At five years of age, he started to write stories. He did not know how to write very well, so they were basically drawings. When he was six years old, they moved to Saudi Arabia, and since then, he started to write a lot of stories. His dream is to make children happy by reading his books.
Super-Secret Spies * by Henry J. Acevedo
Publication Date: October 31, 2012
Trade Paperback; AU$ 19.99; 70 pages; 978-1-4797-3880-9
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