Review: Mighty Marty Hayes Takes Readers On An Interesting Spy Adventure

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Marty Hayes has a secret. He has super powers! The only people who know about this is Marty’s family and his best friend Christopher.

In The Stupendous Adventures of  Mighty Marty Hayes, (which author Lora L. Hyler sent me to review) Christopher and Marty’s girlfriend, Aisha, are all in the same Advanced Science class. Marty thinks he’s the only one with special powers. Soon, he figures out that Aisha has powers too!

Since Marty loves anything spy related, he is super excited about this  science class.  They will be testing the CRISPR-Cas9, a gene editing tool. But everything turns upside down when the school bully, Wade, ruins the experiment. From letting loose mosquitoes to stealing Marty’s spy manual, Wade keeps sabotaging their work. But why? Marty and his friends go on a spy mission to figure out what Wade is up to and to stop him and other bad guys from stealing important data from the International Spy Museum! Who will succeed? You have to read the book to find out!

This book was interesting because of the fantasy, sci-fi,  mystery, realistic and historical fiction tied in it. It was cool how the author tied those five genres together. I liked the cool book cover and that the kids had powers. I’ve never read a book about spies, so this book was different than what I am used to reading.

I recommend The Stupendous Adventures of Mighty Marty Hayes to anyone who likes fantasy books. Also, anyone who likes the movie Spy Kids would want this book, because it is kind of like it.

I give this book three out of four roses!

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