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Vi Spy (signed bookplate copy)

Vi Spy (signed bookplate copy)

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Maz Evans


Includes a signed bookplate

About the Book

A hilarious new adventure from the author of the bestselling Who Let the Gods Out? series! Divorce is tough for any kid. But when - like Vi's parents - your mum is ex-secret service and your dad is a retired bad guy, 'till death do us part' takes on a whole new meaning. And with her parents' focus on each other, the real super-villains are having a field day.

To save her family - and the world - from evil domination, Vi must turn spy ...

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.

Check out our review - Vi Spy the review

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Chris T.
Wonderful Vi

Wonderful wackiness. Million miles an hour and heaps of over the top fun. Within this is a wonderful story of a family blending together. Reading this will be children and adults who need to see that they are not alone in upheaval and change.

Jo Cochrane
Another book of belly laughs

Having read WLTGO to every class I possibly can and see that series turn reading naysayers into reading ambassadors, my hopes were high. I wasn’t disappointed. This was a constant chuckle from beginning to end and is a dead cert for a shared read in class. Her comedic timing and motifs are exactly what the children love. I’ll be interested to see how the characters develop over future books as WLTGO set the bar high.
The children are going to love it!

Miss Lauren King
Absolutely brilliant!

What a read! Full of action, laughs and heart felt moments as Vi navigates her burning desire to become a spy, dealing with the return of her dad, arguing parents and a whole load of suspicious activity.