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  1. Hi, just reading the Recruit, the first of the Cherub series because my daughter had to read it for a book club and absolutely went mad for it! She said she's never read a book which made her feel so much like it was actually happening to her, as if she was one of the characters. I'm now half way through, and can see what she loves about it, although I was a bit surprised at the level of grittiness at the opening. The 11 year old protagonist, James, deals with the death of his drunkard, thief of a mother, rejection by his violent, loser step-father, the loss of his half sister (the only
  2. The CHERUB series is a great series of books, they provide book for younger children about the age of 11 and older, but they are not recommended for very young children, they are great books, and you get stuck into them really easy, I read the whole series in about 4 weeks, you just can't put them down. The main character called "James choke" starts off to be an 11 year old boy, but then his live seems to get out of control. his sister "lauren choke" isn't the same, although they both share the same advantage, being really good at maths. Lauren never gets into trouble, but James does. James
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