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REVIEW: Lone Wolf by Robert Muchamore

Lone-Wolf.jpgIt’s what every teenage adrenaline junkie has been waiting for – the return of Cherub hero James Adams.

Ten years on, he’s back to his roots in Camden Town, and this time he’s on a mission to root out a local drugs baron. To help him on his dangerous quest, James has new Cherub recruit Ryan, and to spice up the mix, there’s also Fay, fresh from the local Young Offenders’ Institute and out to avenge her mother’s death at the hands of ruthless drug dealers. Every bit as pacy and action-packed as you’d expect from Cherub maestro Muchamore.

Hodder, out now. Age: 12+

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