Tunnel Vision

  • Title: Tunnel Vision
  • Author: Peter Lerangis
  • ISBN: 9780439507288
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Tunnel Vision An exciting new spy series for kids ages from master storyteller Peter Lerangis Twins Andrew and Evie must decode clues that lead to their missing mother a spy on the run from a gov t agency And
    An exciting new spy series for kids ages 8 12 from master storyteller Peter Lerangis Twins Andrew and Evie must decode clues that lead to their missing mother, a spy on the run from a gov t agency.Andrew and Evie have found Mom at last But she had to come out of hiding to get to the twins, and now the Company is on to her aliases There s only one solution Mom has to goAn exciting new spy series for kids ages 8 12 from master storyteller Peter Lerangis Twins Andrew and Evie must decode clues that lead to their missing mother, a spy on the run from a gov t agency.Andrew and Evie have found Mom at last But she had to come out of hiding to get to the twins, and now the Company is on to her aliases There s only one solution Mom has to go underground again, and this time, she s bringing Andrew and Evie with her.The twins are used to moving to new places, so at first taking on new identities doesn t seem like that big a deal It s kind of fun, actually But soon Andrew and Evie realize they re not just leaving behind another town they re leaving behind themselves, their personalities And there s one thing, too Pop.

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    About Peter Lerangis


    1. Lerangis s work includes The Viper s Nest and The Sword Thief, two titles in the children s book series The 39 Clues, the historical novel Smiler s Bones, the YA dark comedy adventure novel wtf, the Drama Club series, the Spy X series, the Watchers series, the Abracadabra series, and the Antarctica two book adventure, as well ghostwriting for series such as the Three Investigators, the Hardy Boys Casefiles, Sweet Valley Twins, and than forty books in the series The Baby sitters Club and its various spin offs 1 He has also written novels based on film screenplays, including The Sixth Sense, Sleepy Hollow, and Beauty and the Beast, and five video game novelizations in the Worlds of Power series created by Seth Godin 2 As a ghostwriter he has been published under the name A L Singer 3 Lerangis is the son of a retired New York Telephone Company employee and a retired public elementary school secretary, who raised him in Freeport, New York on Long Island He graduated from Harvard University with a degree in biochemistry, while acting in musicals 4 and singing with and musically directing the a cappella group the Harvard Krokodiloes, 5 6 before moving to New York He worked there as an actor 7 and freelance copy editor for eight years before becoming an author 8 In 2003, Lerangis was chosen by First Lady Laura Bush to accompany her to the first Russian Book Festival, hosted by Russian First Lady Lyudmila Putina in Moscow 9 10 Authors R L Stine Goosebumps and Marc Brown the Arthur the Aardvark series also made the trip with Bush 9 Also in 2003, Lerangis was commissioned by the United Kingdom branch of to write X Isle, one of four books that would relaunch the Point Horror series there 11 A sequel, Return to X Isle, was published in 2004.In 2007, announced the launch of a new historical mystery series called The 39 Clues, intended to become a franchise 12 Lerangis wrote the third book in the series, The Sword Thief, published in March 2009 13 14 15 On March 3, 2009, announced that Lerangis would write the seventh book in the series, The Viper s Nest 14 16 Lerangis lives in New York City with his wife, musician Tina deVaron, and their sons Nick and Joe 17


    387 Comments


    1. I have always loved spy stuff and codes and things like that. So I picked up this book, started to read, and fell in love with it. After I finished it, I went looking hungrily for the rest of the series. I got a hold of the first book. And realized that Tunnel Vision was book number 4! No wonder the first book barely made sense to the other book! I can't wait to read the rest of the series!

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    2. In this book Evie and Andrew find a secret HQ for their mom's comany. they meet new characters and end up having to change their names. Evie's is Jen, and Andrews is Obi. But the end is a total cliff hanger!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    3. My real rating: 4.5.How I feel after finishing this book:Yes, the ending was okay, I guess. But it left it open for another book at least! And there is no sign of a follow-up book or series. At least the twins stayed with Mom and didn't go with Pop. When Evie first separated herself from Andrew, leaving Andrew with Mom, I was like, "Evie, what are you doing?!" But now I realize that if she hadn't gone with Pop, then she wouldn't have discovered the final piece of Mad Mike's code so the rest of h [...]

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    4. This book is pretty traumatic for the kiddie set - yes, the codes and spy stuff is all very fun, but the children undergo some very stressful things that my kids simply could not wrap their minds around. Maybe teens would enjoy this series, but my 10, 8, and 5 year olds felt very cheated. *** spoiler alert *** For example, the characters being chased, captured, and imprisoned by their own father, whom they later find out is not actually their biological father, was quite a blow to my kids. They [...]

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    5. This is the fourth book in a great series. Andrew and Evie find their mom after almost a year away from them. They find her in a mysterious maze of tunnels. Then the find out that their dad [as in the previous book:] continues to chase them in the tunnels. It was also revealed that the mother and father of Andrew and Evie are working against each other. It's a very good book.

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    6. Finally, Andrew and Evie have found their mom. They now must foil the plot of The Company, an evil organization that's trying to take over the world. Peter Lerangis finishes up the Spy X series with a bang!

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    7. This was a nice end to the series. I liked how it all worked out. Good series.

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    8. Like I said read the first review.

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    9. how to be a spy

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    10. It was a good mystery. It has lots of suspense and I loved the ending. I would recommend it to anyone who likes mysteries.

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    11. I registered a book at BookCrossing!BookCrossing/journal/14180923

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    12. The end (or is it) of the Spy X series. We enjoyed my son reading this series. I have to thank the Unshelved Friday Book club for introducing us to this series.

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    13. Off the charts! 11 stars!

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    14. I feel complete after reading this book. Happy at last.

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    15. Lerangis was a natural to be part of the 39 Clues series. I loved these stories of a pair of children trying to solve codes and clues to get reunited with their mother.

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    16. A bit to kiddish for me. BORING!!!!!

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    17. It didn't feel like the ending to the series!

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