group of works by Robert Muchamore
CHERUB is a series of young adult spy novels, written by the English author Robert Muchamore, focusing around a division of the British Security Service named CHERUB, which employs minors, predominantly orphans, as intelligence officers.
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The Recruit (2004)Edit
- "As a matter of fact," Lauren said acidly, "the entire future of western civilisation depends upon me making a smiley face with this ketchup."
"You realise some poor sod has to clean all that up?" James said.
- 2. Sister.
- "You told me I did a good job when I got back from Nebraska House," Kyle whined.
"When you first got back, Kyle. Then two days later I hear from Jennifer Mitchum that the social workers want you punished. Something about filling someone's room up with sand and spraying Coke everywhere?"
"Oh, that," Kyle said. "The guy was a dick."
- 16. Penalty.
- "You said I was allowed to get suspended."
"Yes," Ewart said. "But I didn't expect you to dunk a kid's head in a vat of baked beans. He's apparently got a nasty burn on his nose."
- 36. Mess.