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Model Spy (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 10 mag 2007

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Shannon Greenland lives in Fernandina Beach, Florida.

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  • Copertina flessibile: 206 pagine
  • Editore: Speak (10 maggio 2007)
  • Collana: Specialists
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ISBN-10: 0142408492
  • ISBN-13: 978-0142408490
  • Peso di spedizione: 136 g
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Quando ho ricevuto questo libro da recensire mi è sembrato subito molto carino e divertente. Sono una grande fan della serie delle Gallagher Girls di Ally Carter, ambientata in un'accademia di spie e anche qui i protagonisti sono degli adolescenti, ognuno geniale nel suo campo, che vengono addestrati come spie.

Tra loro c'è la giovane Kelly, mago del computer, poco coordinata, bellissima e parecchio asociale, che si trova catapultata in questa nuova realtà in cui è costretta a fare ginnastica, a socializzare e a diventare addirittura puntuale. E proprio a lei viene affidata la prima missione: infiltrarsi nella scuola di moda di un pericoloso terrorista, insieme a David, il ragazzo che l'ha reclutata e per cui ha una cotta, e salvare il padre di quest'ultimo. Tra mille peripezie e imprevisti la missione va avanti e Kelly dovrà imparare a cavarsela in più di una situazione.

Non sono rimasta del tutto soddisfatta da questa lettura, il che è un peccato visto che è un genere che adoro. La narrazione non mi ha coinvolto, mi è sembrata fredda, come se si trattasse più di un semplice elenco di azioni che si susseguivano e non sono veramente riuscita ad affezionarmi a Kelly, detta GiGi. Anche i personaggi secondari mi sono sembrati più delle comparse, un po' troppo fermi e bloccati nei loro ruoli. C'è la sportiva, la chimica, il patito di elettronica e così via… ci vengono dette le cose, ma non le riesco a sentire. Il tutto era un po' troppo asettico per i miei gusti, compreso l'interesse amoroso di GiGi, David. Non c'è passione, non c'è la fatidica scintilla.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Predictable But Fun 17 febbraio 2015
Di Miss Riki - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
This novel starts out very strong with a wonderful opening and a clever hook, but didn’t really stand up to the expectations set up in the opening. It felt a bit to me like the author was dumbing down the story for a younger audience. There’s no problem with the plot- it’s fast-paced and has an intriguing villain, but the writing itself fell flat for me.

That being said, I loved Kelly as the lead character. She’s smart as can be and just a little bit on the klutzy side, so seeing her morph into an undercover model and fight her natural tendencies was a fun ride. She gets flustered when she’s nervous and is just about the most unlikely of teens to become a spy, but her intellect and drive to succeed ultimately serve her well.

I really wanted to see more of the other teens in the program. The author does a wonderful job of setting up this diverse and interesting cast of characters, but they really don’t feature much into the main plot line and we only get a small glimpse of what they can do. This book is the first in a series, so perhaps we see more of them in a later book, but I really missed having these characters developed into part of the plot.

Overall, this was a fun read that had lots of untapped potential. It ends up reading a little predictable, but the main characters are likable and the plot is fast-paced. It’s worth a quick read.
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2.0 su 5 stelle Don't bother 5 novembre 2012
Di Mich - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
When it comes to Model Spy and its four sequels my advice is to not even bother. First, the main character, GiGi. The beautiful, misunderstood genius is intriguing at first, but quickly becomes boring, predictable, compulsive, annoying, and often gives me urges to slap her in the face and rip my own hair out, and has many moments when she's just downright stupid, insensitive and mean to her friends. She is pathetically trusting, particularly of TL, often saying he knows best and wants the best for her and doesn't have to tell her everything, etc., which may sound sweet, but really makes me want to slap sense into her. Her sort of maybe vaguely possible boyfriend, David, is cheesy and far too perfect and sensitive, and makes GiGi stupid and lamely lovestruck, but only for about 10 pages a book, because he's hardly ever there and Greenland decides to break them up and make problems constantly, offering few. As for the plot lines, the bad guys are stereotypical and flat, with no interesting backstory and seem to be bad just for the heck of it. I think she tries to add a "plot twist" at the end of every book, but only 1 or maybe 2 are actually good and not totally predictable from the first 20 pages. The first and second books are passable, the second a bit better than the first, but the third, fourth, and fifth are painful and forced, Greenland probably pretty much out of ideas. I would probably compare it to trying to go down a slide in shorts, you know, when you get stuck halfway down and end up awkwardly and painfully pushing and squeaking your way down.
Basically, don't waste your time on this crap. If you're looking for a good book in this genre of spyish action, I would definitely recommend Ally Carter's Heist Society or Gallagher Girls series. They're so much better.
3.0 su 5 stelle Cute, light and fluffy 5 aprile 2012
Di Shanella - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Cute would be the perfect word to describe Shannon Greenland's novel, Model Spy. Kelly, a beautiful and gifted teenager, is caught breaking into a high security government system to help her crush David find information about his father. She is given the choice to either to join an elite group of teens who work as spies for the government or face a jail sentence, so Kelly decides to join the teenage spies. What Kelly finds there isn't quite what she expected,David involved in the program, they have to do physical training, and she's almost immediately thrusted into an operation that involves her going undercover as a Model with David as her photographer.

Model Spy is one of those quick, vacation-reads books. It's light and fast paced but not overbearingly so. The characters are lovable, I'd have loved to see the other characters developed more, but, I guess the subsequent books will deal with that.

The plot itself was pretty simple if not a little predictable, however, I was found that this worked for the story. The one thing that I didn't really like was the fact that, while enjoyable, it didn't really leave an impression on me. I liked the characters but wasn't able to love them as much as I would have liked.

If you're looking for a quick read and something to satisfy the spy in you, this is definitely your book.
4.0 su 5 stelle A nice light read 3 novembre 2013
Di Drake Morgan - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
This is a fun book and a fun series, featuring a teenage computer genius who ends up becoming a spy. There are quite a few great characters in this series, especially Bruiser (a great female fighter) and Beaker (a great female chemist). I'd like to see more of them, they only had peripheral roles in this book.

The great characters and good dialog make up for the minor deficiencies in the book. The plots are fairly contrived (why exactly did the evil dude put the encrypted text where he did - apparently, as in James Bond movies, just so the heroine will have something to do...), and the computer code listed in the book is just gibberish. An entertaining read though.
4.0 su 5 stelle Great Story 29 giugno 2011
Di Mari - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
I enjoyed the involvement of spies and how this played into Gigi's identity with a new family. It was great to see a character who is attractive yet clumsy, it gave the story some comic relief when usually "spy work" is so serious.

The story begins by capturing your attention immediately, which is always good because some books lack this and it is hard to get the past the first few chapters and get to the real meat of the story. Of course, it is always good to involve some sort of romance, which this book so tastefully involves. However, what I truly enjoyed was that the romance didn't overpower the book, but played a role in moving it along. If you want a little bit of romance with your action, this is the way to go :)

The reason why I gave this book four stars is because the second book of the series is the only book out of the four that is not a Kindle book. You get sucked in to the Gigi's story and lifestyle and it gets broken by the lack of the second book. Shame :(