Spy School Revolution Book Review

Spy School Revolution by Stuart Gibbs is another action-packed book in the best-selling Spy School series. Spy School Revolution tells the story of Ben Ripley and his fellow junior agents at the CIA Academy of Espionage as they work together to defeat a top-secret spy team, the Croatoan, who have been working to destroy the United States of America for centuries. The Croatoan are like evil puppeteers, working to destroy the Nation from behind the scenes.  As the secrets of the Croatoan become unveiled, the team soon discovers that they will have to unite in front of a common enemy, but will friends become liabilities, and who will they be able to trust?

              Spy School Revolution has a twist around every corner and the action never stops. This book has many different settings including stealing George Washington’s carriage in the middle of the night while being pursued by two shooting men from horseback, breaking into Mount Vernon to find a hidden room, racing down the steep part of the Potomac after being shot at by evil agents, and flying a helicopter over the National Mall while being pursued by two planes that could blast you into smithereens, and then jumping out of the helicopter onto the National Museum of Art. This book is about who to trust and wondering if friends should be liabilities, or if you need to unite in the face of danger. Spy School Revolution is all about trust and friendship and when you need it the most.

    People who like adventure and historical fiction will enjoy Spy School Revolution. This book has fake secrets from Washington’s time in it. If you enjoy history in fiction, this book would be good for you. Spy School Revolution is about trust in the midst of the action and staying true to the people who matter.

Second Human Right

The second human right is don’t discriminate. These rights belong to everybody, no matter their differences. Have you ever been told you can’t do something? Just because you’re a kid? Just because they say you might be too young? Have you ever missed out in all the fun and action just because you were smaller? Some of these rules are in place for your safety, like how you can’t drink alcohol until you’re 21. But why are we the people, who are under 21, not allowed to vote if we live in a democracy? Why are we not allowed to help decide who will ultimately control our lives for the next four years? They say we might be too young, and I agree with that if you are five, but I say we need a voice. We have the right to help shape the future. Can we do that if people are looking down on us and saying you can’t do this, or don’t do that. This discrimination against children has to stop. The times of us getting shunted out of the way and being looked down upon is over!

Third Human Right

The third human right is the right to live. We all have the right to live, and to live in freedom and safety. How many times have your parents denied you the right to do something? Is that the definition of freedom? No. Freedom is the right to act, speak, or think as you want without parental control over everything you do. We can’t live our lives like this. I say we stand up for ourselves. We cannot live the next decade of our lives living like people own us, being kept under the control of adults, until they decide to  give us away and make us fend for ourselves in the real world. They give us safety and protection, which is what everyone wants, and that should come with a small cost, but that doesn’t mean that they are allowed to take away our human rights for 18 whole years! We need our freedom. We have the right to have it. No one has the right to take it away.