You'd think locking someone in a high-security prison on a remote island would be a pretty safe bet. Not when you're dealing with arch villain Blue. With state-of-the-art technology he foils his guards and makes a breathtaking getaway-leaving a clone in his place. No one realizes he's at work again until there's a string of disasters.
Max's mum is kidnapped in the middle of her wedding, Spy Force agents are attacked, and even Chief Harrison is lured to Blue's castle in Scotland. Now Max is on her own. What can she do? How will she find her mum and discover what on earth is going on? Bravely setting off on a rescue mission, Max and her friends (and the Time and Space Machine) fall right into Blue's trap.
With Blue in control, is there any hope of escape? Or will they come to a terrible squashy end in the Pulverizing Cell?
About The Author
When Deb was young, she spent her time imagining she was on great adventures all over the world. When she grew older, she went on them for real. She slept beside alligators in Zaire, sailed down Venetian canals and was thrown in jail by heavily armed men in Nigeria before bribing her way out. After three years she came home and worked in kids' TV at Network TEN for seven years before leaving to write novels about a girl who goes on adventures all over the world. Deb is the author of the MAX REMY SUPERSPY and JASPER ZAMMIT (SOCCER LEGEND) series. Max Remy, with her spy partner Linden, fights bad guys from Hollywood to Venice and the heart of the Amazon jungle. The books are available in a few countries, but Deb is mostly chuffed that they're in Malta, where her father and grandfather were born. JASPER ZAMMIT (SOCCER LEGEND) was written with the help of soccer legend Johnny Warren, who sadly died before he could see the first book printed. It is about an 11-year-old called Jasper who dreams of being just such a legend.
Series: Max Remy Superspy S.
For Ages: 5 - 7 years old
For Grades: K - 2
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 2nd August 2004
Publisher: Random House Australia
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 19.5 x 13.0 x 2.3
Weight (kg): 0.27
Edition Number: 1