Licence to Chill

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Vi is failing at top spy school Rimmington Hall – but worst of all, her shadowy nemesis Umbra is still at large. Can Vi unveil the arch-villain before she gets expelled and her parents ground her for ever?

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The second adventure in Maz Evans’s laugh-out-loud funny Vi Spy series!

PRAISE FOR THE SERIES:

‘Twists, turns, spies and surprises. What more do you want? Tears? Laughter? Maz Evans delivers them all.’ FRANK COTTRELL BOYCE

Vi Spy: Licence to Chill is brilliant – knockabout, laugh-a-minute, heartfelt fun’ ROSS MONTGOMERY

‘Wildly hilarious’ THE GUARDIAN

Vi is failing at top spy school Rimmington Hall – even though the school motto is ‘Failure is Not an Option’. To make it worse, nearly-stepbrother Russell Sprout is an A* student. Worst of all, Vi’s shadowy nemesis Umbra is still at large.

Can Vi unveil the arch-villain before she gets expelled and her parents ground her for ever? She’ll need the help of old friends and new, including 9-year-old super-hacker Missy Fit and BFF Tamina, who aims to save the world in a different way ?

  • The second book in a brilliant middle-grade comedy adventure series; follows book 1, Vi Spy: Licence to Chill, which was shortlisted for the Indie Book Awards.
  • From the bestselling author of the Who Let the Gods Out? series; book 1 shortlisted for the Waterstones Book Prize.
  • A laugh-out-loud funny, high-octane spy story perfect for readers aged 8 and up.
  • Perfectly combines humour and heart: addresses the realities of being caught between divorcing parents.

Praise for the WHO LET THE GODS OUT? series:

‘I totally fell in love with Elliot and the gods, and I think you’re all going to love them too.’ ROBIN STEVENS

‘One of the funniest new voices in children’s literature. The laughs come thick and fast’ DAVID SOLOMONS

‘[A] relentlessly witty, fast-paced middle grade adventure’ M.G. LEONARD

Additional information

Weight 0.27 kg
Dimensions 19.7 × 13.3 × 2.6 cm
Author

Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

349

Language

English

Edition

Paperback original

Dewey

823.92 (edition:23)

Readership

Ages 5-12 / Code: B