Kensy and Max: Undercover is written by amazing Australian author Jacqueline Harvey and is published by Penguin Random House Australia. Jacqueline Harvey is an award-winning author, who has written many books and several exciting series. This book series was illustrated by J. Yi. Kensy and Max: Undercover is book number 3 in the KENSY AND MAX Series.
After having been accepted into the secret spy organisation of Pharos only a few months ago, Kensy and Max Grey, 12 year old twins, have already started their spy training and helped take down an evil group up to no good – Dilavo. But things are heating up too fast for the twins! After an explosion and an unusual hospital trip, Kensigton and Maximus are whisked all the way off to… Australia!
Enrolled in a posh new school, with no friends, Kensy and Max have to start afresh. Telling no one from London about their whereabouts, only their grandma, Cordelia, knows where they are. After landing in Sydney, Australia, Song – their butler, takes them to their fancy, new, temporary house near the Harbor Bridge. But, when the time comes for Fitzgerald – their nanny, to dress up as a sports teacher for their new school, Fitz gets very agitated.
If you thought that making friends was hard, well, think again! After arriving at Wentworth Grammar and having to befriend two kids in danger, Kensy and Max are in for a bumpy ride. Ellery and Van Chalmers are not the easiest people to befriend but, after Van takes an interest in Kensy, the twins are finally able to interact with Van and Ellery.
During all the ups and downs Kensy and Max start to suspect that something is going on behind the scenes. When Van and Ellery’s mum gets carjacked everyone goes into panic mode. Except, Van and Ellery’s dad. He seems so calm as if he knew exactly what’s going on. And, after a weird visit to the Chalmers’ farm, things don’t look like what they seem.
Join Kensy and Max in Sydney and follow them on this exciting mystery! If you would like to find out in more details what happens and how their adventure ends, pick up a copy of this amazing book and read to the end.
This book is a great read, exciting and full of nail-biting suspense! I love this book because of all the action and adventure. I couldn’t stop reading it to the very end. This book was released recently and is a great one for school students in upper primary. Thanks, Jacqueline, for another amazing book!
If you would like to read the review of Kensy and Max: Breaking News (the first book of the series), click here.
If you’d like to read the review of Kensy and Max: Disappearing Act (the second book), you can read here.
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