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Target Silverclaw

by Simon Cheshire

Part of the SWARM Series

Target Silverclaw Synopsis

Target Silverclaw is the fourth book in the exciting, action-packed SWARM series. The Secret Intelligence Agency has a new weapon: SWARM - artificially intelligent robotic bugs that act as undercover agents. Operating below the radar, they can fly faster, see further and sting harder! They won't stop until they've completed their mission, no matter what it takes. In the face of trouble, SWARM are armed and ready to fight. SWARM detect that Defence Secretary, Sir Godfrey Kite, has been replaced by an android.As they delve deeper, the SWARM team discover more of the imposters. They've gained access to crucial government assets and they're plotting to wipe out the world's leaders. Can SWARM defeat the androids before the fuse is lit on their explosive plans? Exciting stories of spying and hi-tech gadgets for readers seeking fast-paced action books that bridge the gap between Transformers and Alex Rider.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781847156112
Publication date: 4th May 2015
Author: Simon Cheshire
Publisher: Stripes Publishing an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 176 pages
Categories: Thrillers (Children's / Teenage), General fiction (Children's / Teenage),

About Simon Cheshire

Simon is the award-winning author of the Saxby Smart and Jeremy Brown series. Simon's ultimate dream is to go the moon, but in the meantime, he lives in Warwick with his wife and children and contents himself with writing in a tiny wardrobe and eating too much chocolate.

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