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The Spy Who Barked (Adam Sharp)

by George Edward Stanley

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Genre: Fantasy with Mystery intertwined
This is a good example of fantasy with mystery because a talented and gifted child would not be a secret agent and take on such large mysteries and yet so small. The Dogs do'nt seem to be that important but Adam had to travel a long ways and go through a lot to figure out the mystery that wasn't that intense. ( )
  karsenault07 | Nov 25, 2009 |
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Eight-year-old spy Adam Sharp pursues the very short Ambassador of Barkastan, who has stolen a top secret computer program, DOGBARK, that will let him understand the language of dogs.

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