2013 Sakura Medal Books

The Hunchback Assignments by Arthur Slade

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7 thoughts on “The Hunchback Assignments by Arthur Slade

  1. The Hunchback Assignments is a book that requires a wide view of imagination from the readers. This book has an amazing ability to swallow the reader in its story. Sometimes, I even find myself hard to realize the real world I am supposed to be in, and I am 100% not exaggerating. I would love to ask the author how he was able to get the idea of this book… I’m serious. As a proof, I finished this book in 6 hours.
    The Hunchback Assignments is about a 14 years old teenager, and he can shape shift his feature into someone else. Since he hates his ugly feature, he prefers to be someone else. This boy, however, becomes an agent of a man who raised him, and goes into the dangerous world full of mysterious happenings.
    I really love this book. It is the best spy-book I have ever read, and I like the way the author used a shape shift in the real world. It is interesting indeed. I think a lot of people better read this book, since they are going to regret if they don’t.

  2. This book really reminded me of The Agency. It was cool and the I couldn’t put the book down most of the time but somehow it wasn’t that great, I don’t know why.

  3. I totally agree. The hunchback Assignments is great book. I couldn’t put it down.

  4. I also loved this amazingly unique book, because I liked the characters and how the author described even the little parts to make the story whole.
    As a matter of fact, I was the first one to read it (you can see on the board for proof) and I was so overwhelmed by the plot, I got the second book in the series for Christmas! I guarantee that you will find these books different to anything else.

    Note: The second book is called “The Dark Deeps” and it is even more action-packed and thrilling. Though unfortunately, I am still waiting in hope for the third. If there is one..

  5. I think the actions were a little scary. I can’t imagine the main character’s face.

  6. I liked this book and I thought it was quite sad at the begining how he hadn’t seen his face and all he could do to know what he looked like was to listen to the way the caretaker described it.
    I would have hated to have had his sort to experience, to be scared of my self.
    As it got to the end, it started to have more action which is good for people who likes action but the ending could have been better.

  7. I LOVE THIS BOOK!
    I NEED TO READ THE SECOND BOOK!

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