Family and… sheep

Hi everyone!

It’s double trouble, and possibly the end of Janey’s spylife in the third book, Jane Blonde – Twice the Spylet….. (buy the book here or visit my new page, the Bookshop, where you can purchase all of the Jane Blonde books)

Jane Blonde has just met her identical twin, Chloe! Hidden away on some remote farms in New Zealand, then moving to a sheep farm in Australia, her sister grew up without a mother and being looked after by nannies. Now that the sisters have been reunited, Janey can see how much Chloe resembles Janey before her spy life: always slightly anxious and shy, and a general wimp. Janey travels to Australia to visit her twin, but there are many strange things going on around the sheep farm. The fields are all covered with slimy gloop, and a mysterious metal cone hangs from the centre of a Spylab disguised as a barn. Maybe this could be a chance to reunite the Brown family and live together happily, but the enemy has other plans…..*

Blonde is seeing double…

This was a very complicating book that had a strange, unclear plot line, and it was also kind of spooky. But the actual story line is very good and unexpected, until the end when you say to yourself Of course that’s what happens! How did I not think of it before?! As I said in a previous post, the twist endings are very interesting. After putting all her friends in mortal danger, Janey always seems to find something out and save the day. But you will have to find out what!

Simi Star rating: **** (4 stars)

*sorry for anyone who already knows this, but this asterisk (called a Summary Star) highlights the part in the book that I enjoyed!

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