Lone Wolf

Lone Wolf Fay has spent eighteen months locked up in a Secure Training Centre Drug deals and rip offs are the only things this teenager knows Now she s back on the street looking to settle old scoresERUB agent

  • Title: Lone Wolf
  • Author: Robert Muchamore
  • ISBN: 9781444914092
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fay has spent eighteen months locked up in a Secure Training Centre Drug deals and rip offs are the only things this teenager knows Now she s back on the street, looking to settle old scoresERUB agents Ryan and Ning need Fay s knowledge to unearth a major drug importer They re trained professionals with one essential advantage even experienced criminals never suspecFay has spent eighteen months locked up in a Secure Training Centre Drug deals and rip offs are the only things this teenager knows Now she s back on the street, looking to settle old scoresERUB agents Ryan and Ning need Fay s knowledge to unearth a major drug importer They re trained professionals with one essential advantage even experienced criminals never suspect that children are spying on them.But Fay s made a lot of enemies and she s running out of time For official purposes, these children do not exist.

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    About “Robert Muchamore”

    1. Robert Muchamore

      Robert Mucha was born in Islington, London in 1972 He still lives there, and worked as a private investigator up until 2005 and the critically accepted release of Maximum Security The Hunger Games phenomenon is part of the huge YA Children s book explosion that has grown, thanks to the British Rat pack of YA authors, Anthony Horowitz, Robert Mucha, Joe Craig and Charlie Higson We owe much of the hunger games sucess to authors like Robert.Robert was inspired to create the CHERUB series by his nephews complaints about the lack of anything for them to read CHERUB The Recruit was Robert s first book and won the Red House Children s Book Award 2005 in the Older Readers Category Following the last book in the CHERUB series, it was revealed that a trilogy would be released starting from August 2011 that will focus on a new set of CHERUB agents centred upon Ryan Sharma and also involve an sixteen year old Lauren Adams The first book will be called People s Republic Check out the Hendersons Boys series.

    990 thoughts on “Lone Wolf”

    1. I have loved reading the cherub series since I was about 10. I also loved the first three books of the new cherub series. However, unfortunately, this book was a bit of a let down. while I respect the story line and enjoyed the read there was no continuity with the rest of the series as was expected by the way Muchamore suggested the Aramov series would go. I am disappointed as I just feel like he wrote a book for the point of it and not to in fact bring what was such a good series and such a bi [...]


    2. I've been reading these books since I was 11, honestly, I loved the 1st series, but I felt like this book wasn't as original. For one, compared to the previous series where James had a life on Cherub campus, his friends, Kerry, etc here, Ryan had no contact with Cherub campus. It didn't make him seem as real as he had been in the first books, and no where near as relatable as James. Something else I missed was the epilogue. All cherub books until this one had an epilogue, telling us what had hap [...]


    3. ONE WORD AMAZING! I have always wondered how the author manages to keep two stories going on at the same time yet the reader doesn't get confused and the suspense never seems to die. Although it was kind of an anti-climax when James just storms through the door and ends Ning's capture I still thoroughly enjoyed this amazing book. The author does an excellent job of creating believable and realistic characters, something which other YA mystery authors just can't do! All in all a great addition to [...]


    4. This book was fantastic, with James as a mission controller and on campus it is awesome how Ryan and James meet. This book was great and full of action.👌


    5. I'm so glad that the series didn't end with the last book (although now I'm worried that this book is the last one!), and that a few old favourites showed up and played prominent roles. I always enjoy the world of CHERUB, and checking in on everyone and everything. James sure has come a long way from the scrawny little kid we first met in The Recruit.


    6. Lone wolf was probably one of my favourite books of this series because not only was it packed full of action it also added a lot of depth to the storyline and introduced a cool new character that had an interesting life


    7. Really enjoyable read! Best book in the series so far, no more Aramov clan thankfully! Only thing I have to point out is that the ending was just too easily wrapped up, I wish Robert would've added a few extra pages to end it nicely. Apart from that, great book! My love for Cherub is endless.





    8. I read the book "CHERUB: Lone Wolf" by Robert Muchamore. The author, Robert Muchamore, is obviously a writer, he is most famous for his book series "CHERUB". He has a very good sense of humor in and out of his books, and for the majority of his life he was unemployed. He also published the last Cherub book earlier this year. In the story one of the main characters fay is out for revenge against a major drug lord named Hagar. She is out for revenge because Hagar killed Fay’s Mom and Aunt. Then, [...]




    9. The book Lone Wolf in the Cherub series by Robert Muchamore is a action/adventure book that takes place in London during 2014. One of the main characters, Fay Holt, had her aunt killed by a major drug dealer during a drug deal bust. When police approach fay she escapes, slitting a policeman throat. She was then caught and sent to prison for 18 months. She then attempts to take down the major drug dealer named Hagar. She makes Hagar turn on another gang leader named Eli. The other main character [...]


    10. This review was originally posted at Weaving Pages.Yes, here is the time for my annual CHERUB review. If you haven't noticed yet, I have read all of the CHERUB books, which is why this blog probably has quite a few mentions of them in the year and 1/2 I've been blogging. But why is this? Because the CHERUB books are always enjoyable, and this was no exception.I need to clear something up here. This series is the second in the CHERUB 'universe', I'll call it, so it no longer features the main cha [...]


    11. This is the fourth book in the second CHERUB series, but the first one not connected to the Aramov clan. Instead this one, which concentrated on drug dealers, served as a bit of a cleanser after the intensity of the first three. It also served as an introduction to James Adams: Mission Controller.James as a mission controller works for me - he's younger (I believe) than other ones we've seen, but there's an element of his behaviour which makes me think of Zara or Ewart from the early books. Some [...]


    12. Cherub is a branch of British intellegence, where they use children to work as undercover spies (at their own will). Each Cherub agent is hand picked and the organisation won't look at anyone that isn't above average. Agents also need an appetite of trouble. The reason that the British use children is because that criminals never suspect them.This is the fourth book in the Aramov series, where CHERUB infiltrate an organisation which has been transporting illegal substances. Such as guns, drugs e [...]


    13. I decided to read this book because I had read the rest of the series and I wanted to find out what happened. The series is CHERUB by Robert Muchamore. In this story a girl called Fay, who spent 18 months locked up in a training centre escapes and goes to a safe house. All this girl knows is drug dealers and rip offs. Fay wants to get revenge on the people who killed her Mum and Aunty. CHERUB people need information off Fay to bring down major drug industry. I found the main character Fay intere [...]


    14. Lone Wolf by Robert MuchamoreI decided to read this book because I had read the rest of the series and I wanted to find out what happened. The series is CHERUB by Robert Muchamore. In this story a girl called Fay, who spent 18 months locked up in a training centre escapes and goes to a safe house. All this girl knows is drug dealers and rip offs. Fay wants to get revenge on the people who killed her Mum and Aunty. CHERUB people need information off Fay to bring down major drug industry. I found [...]


    15. I sped through this book as I loved it and it was amazing. A typical book from this series, it really brought a darker side of life as the whole book was based around gangs who controlled drug trade, etc. The really strange and controversial side was the fact that many school kids were actively involved in the trade and it was a past time activity as well as revolving around other activities like robberies, gangs, schoolwork and even kickboxing clubs. A range of variety really. Being a high pace [...]


    16. Another satisfy addition to the cherub series. It's not a series you should really compare to the previous cherub series but it's very hard not to do.Munchamore takes us on another excellent adventure back to the London drug and violence filled streets. He introduces Fay and resumes the lives of Ryan and Ning. Munchamore ticks all his typical boxes, backstory campus life, mission prep, mission start, middle and end. Pleased to say its action packed all the way through. The person I empathise the [...]


    17. Whenever I read Robert Muchamore's books, I marvel at the depth at which he's able to describe such terrible undercover drug operations. It's a very light book (I read three today, harking back to my 10 hour plane trip where I read the whole Legend Series) and has humour, but is also extremely dark, which makes me wonder whether Muchamore is aware of the severity of the situations about which he writes and their impact on young people. The casualness with which he treats drug dealing, vandalism [...]


    18. I decided to read this book because I have read the previous books in the series.A character from this book that I found interesting is Fay, I think it is admirable how she overcame the hardship of being separated from her aunt then sent to prison, to becoming a spy and helping take criminals off the street.My favourite quote from Lone Wolf is "1.3 million, not bad nights work." I feel that this quote sets the tone for Fay as it is humorous and light hearted in a serious situation.Something that [...]


    19. I have loved the CHERUB series for many years, and I have loved the first three books in the Aramov series but Lone Wolf, was a slight disappointment. Don't get me wrong, the book was good, but it didn't really have the story line of the first three books in the series.Robert Muchamore is a fantastic author, but this book does not really co-inside with the other story lines of the other books. I hope there is going to be another book in this series as Lone Wolf didn't really answer all of the qu [...]


    20. Robert Muchamore's Lone Wolf was an enthralling and suspenseful read. In it we follow the agents in another mission mission to take down a UK based drug cartel, with Ryan starting from the bottom as a delivery boy and Ning with a escaped juvenile delinquent girl who wants revenge against the Gang leader for killing her Mother. I really enjoyed this book as the Author kept you wanting to read more and more and he managed to keep up the tension and suspense for a long time in the book. My next rea [...]


    21. I rate this instalment of the cherub series a 10/10. I absolutely loved it. It was suspenseful and irking. It kept me hook through the book and I could not put it down. The mission was so thrilling and it was the fourth book in the cherub series including the Aramov clan however it has taken us on a journey through four fantastic gripping books. I would recommend this to teenagers of both genders and would definitely read it again. I am very excited for the next book in the series. This book was [...]


    22. Yeah, a cool addition to the current series by Rob about Cherub's new crew. This time focusing on a teen nightmare sort of daughter I would not like to inherit even if only adopted! Nevertheless proving why amongst a very huge crop of writers from this particular brand of YA, that all Muchamore books are accessible for readers/fans of all ages and will continue to be! I am so looking forward to his next book: Rock Star 2:It's A Long Way To The Top.


    23. When I started this book by Robert Muchamore I could not put it down it is definitely a page turner that I would highly recommend it is such a cool book and you do not know what is going to happen at the end it is such an action packed thriller that I would highly recommend you read the whole three series and I am waiting for Rock war Highly recommend u give these books a shot even for non readers they would be good


    24. Little more to say at this point: If you loved the Cherub series (and I did), the Aramov series will give you more of the same with the same formula. I really liked it, although I think that at some points the limitation of the original formula start to show. I still enjoy them a lot, but in some ways it begins to feel repetitive. So, start with the Cherub series, and if you enjoy the first book, keep going until you get tired.


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