The fourth adventure in the Henderson's Boys series: find out how CHERUB began!
German submarines are prowling the North Atlantic, sinking ships filled with the food, fuel and weapons that Britain needs to survive.
With the Royal Navy losing the war at sea, six young agents must sneak into Nazi-occupied Europe and sabotage a submarine base on France's western coast.
If the submarines aren't stopped, the British people will starve.
Robert Muchamore was born in Islington in 1972 and spent thirteen years working as a private investigator. He loves Arsenal and watching people fall down holes. He hates swimming and getting chased by cows.
He was inspired to start writing by his nephew`s complaints about the lack of anything for him to read!
The CHERUB series has now become a number one bestseller in several countries.
For more information, go to www.muchamore.com.
There wasn't a boring chapter — The Guardian
The action hurtles along at break-neck speed — NATE Classroom
A must-read for all teenagers — Woman's Way
Muachamore just keeps on improving when you think he can't! — Harry Griffiths, aged 14, First News
Muchamore is single-handedly turning a lot of young boys back on to reading — Bournemouth Daily Echo
'Muchamore's plain, punchy,often funny style ... is highly effective. This clever, tense novel is a great way of getting bored boys interested in history.' (The Escape) — Amanda Craig, The Times
'It has the feel of something quite big and satisfying...Muchamore's voice is fresh and direct.' (The Escape) — The Daily Telegraph
Mixes espionage and gritty realism when dealing with children in the midst of a war — Waterstones Quarterly, March 2009
'This book was un-putdownable. It gripped me from start to finish, and was just as good as the CHERUB series, if not better.' (The Escape) — Aaron, 14, First News
Praise for books in the CHERUB series: 'Punchy, exciting, glamorous and, what's more, you'll completely wish it was true.' — The Sunday Express
A stunning read for anyone, a real gem in the Henderson's Boys series that has already flown off the shelves. — First News
The action hurtles along at break-neck speed. — NATE