Hey, it’s me again!! How are you doing? This time, I’m here with a book review. Actually, multiple book reviews.
So, I’m one of the many people who is on Wattpad. And about a year ago I came across a few great books by the same author. Here, I’ll be talking about the Agent 13 series.
I don’t know much about the author, but I’ve read most of her books, and they are absolutely amazing. If you’re looking for a strong protagonist with a lot of friends and an equally strong antagonist, then I’d be talking about the right author for you.
#Book 1: Agent 13
As you’ve guessed from the name, it’s a spy/secret agent kind of book. It focuses on one agent whose code name is Agent 13, but her close friends call her Thirteen. She’s the best agent in her agency, and where the agency is divided into teams, she works solo. The first book tells us how she got placed on a team temporarily for a mission, and this team is hella fun.
Throughout the book we see Thirteen and the boys try to get along, get into gun fights, car chases, crazy plane rides, and crash parties. In the end, they complete the mission, and Thirteen leaves the team even after they asked her to stay. Insert sad face 😦
#Book 2: Agent 57
This is my second favorite. Here, we get a proper introduction to the antagonist in the first chapter. He kidnaps the boys which forces Thirteen to rescue them, but it leaves her injured. Actually, she gets a lot of injuries in this book. Later on, we meet more of Thirteen’s associates; a genius hacker who is wanted all over the world and is constantly on the run, an FBI agent who is most likely the most charming and funny guy you will ever read about (another favourite of mine), and Thirteen’s butler (we also find out she’s stinking rich) who has absolutely zero tolerance for swearing. Imagine that kind of guy in the middle of young adults who can’t stop swearing to save their lives.
So, in the end, we get introduced to yet another friend of Thirteen’s who has a.. colourful personality (my overall favorite), and a way to finally defeat the antagonist is revealed.
#Book 3: Agent 1
This is my overall favorite. In this book, even more associates of Thirteen are introduced, there are a lot of action scenes, and more of her past, identity and immediate family are revealed. There is more drama, more romance, more hate, more laughs, and more everything.
Every single character in this book is so much fun to read about. From the protagonist, the antagonist, the deuteragonist, the side characters, the love interests, even characters who appear in the story for like a chapter. All are awesome, and the author does an amazing job of making sure we don’t get bored when reading, because in every three paragraphs or so, you have to start snickering with laughter. The humor is fantastic.
#Grammar and Tenses
I didn’t really have much problems with grammar, or understanding the writing. Everything is completely readable. Plus, it’s written in the present tense, which inspired me to write my latest book in the present tense.
#Addition: Favorite quotes I picked from the book.
I just had to add this.
– “I can’t tell if that’s really, really stupid or freaking brilliant.”
-“When did your house become a toy store for cheap knock-offs?”
-“I don’t want you on the same planet.”
-“You? Thinking? Do I need another bulletproof vest?”
Among others, these are the quotes that really got me in the book.
In conclusion, the Agent 13 series is a must read for lovers of thrillers and spy fictions. It is a book that you just cannot get enough of, and you will want to pick up the book again and again just to relive some of your favorite scenes from the book. And I rarely do that. I cannot recommend it enough. Out of five stars, I’m giving it a 4.7. That says a lot.
I really hope you enjoyed this post, and I hope you’ll find it enough reason to check out the books which are available only on Wattpad. Thanks for reading, and don’t forget to like and comment your thoughts!!
Until next time…