License to Thrill

License to Thrill

Julie Taylor / Feb 17, 2020

License to Thrill Recruited from a posh private school Theresa Caylin and Josefina are en route to a London embassy Their mission to find a disk containing armament locations Is the ambassador s son instigating a rev

  • Title: License to Thrill
  • Author: Julie Taylor
  • ISBN: 9780671022860
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Paperback
  • Recruited from a posh private school, Theresa, Caylin and Josefina are en route to a London embassy Their mission to find a disk containing armament locations Is the ambassador s son instigating a revolution or trying to stop one

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      Published :2019-08-05T07:47:36+00:00

    About "Julie Taylor"

      • Julie Taylor

        JULIE TAYLOR writes about teen relationships for magazines such as Cosmo Girl, Jump, Teen, and YM She is also author of Franco American Dreams, which is currently being made into a feature film Julie lives in Hollywood, California.


    120 Comments

    1. This was one of the books I saved from my pre-teen-hood. I absolutely loved the glamorous girls on the cover, and the idea of three sixteen-year-olds working undercover to save the USA was fascinating to me. License to Thrill is the first of the Spy Girls series, and it is a fun, easy read that can be enjoyed in an airplane or on the treadmill. Three beautiful, sassy, incredibly intelligent teenage girls travel to London on a super-secret mission. If you’re a teen or pre-teen, the adventures w [...]


    2. I love teen spy fiction - Gallagher Girls, Also Known As - so I expected to be delighted by this book. Instead I barely made it through. The main characters alienated me from the start by being giggling, boy-obsessed twits. I was appalled at the spy agency "supporting" them. The girls had to flirt their way through customs?! Their "mentor" lurked around suspiciously so the girls saw but didn't get assistance?! They weren't given details about their cover stories so they had to make it up on the [...]


    3. As a kid I enjoyed the idea of kick-ass teen girls as spies. This was a neat introduction to the series.As an adult, I don't think spies would only go out on 4 months of training, especially on so important a mission, but it was a neat trip down memory lane.


    4. This book is quite thrilled. Each page i reach fills me thrill. Also make me read even longer hours I actually want to read. Totally awesome.


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