Deveraux Academy is not what it seems. From a distance it looks like a normal high school. It has a football team, kids walking down the halls with school books, and a normal receptionist just beyond the front door, but the second you go beyond that, Deveraux Academy is a school for training spies. Ben, Jake, Lori, Jennifer, Eddie, and Cally are students at Deveraux and are members of the Bond team. With all of the competition among teams for the Sherlock Shield, an award given to the most honorable team, the Bond team faces other problems, too. A secret terrorist organization, known as C.H.A.O.S., has created a super computer virus with huge destructive capabilities, and the Bond team is assigned to destroy it.
The story described, Spy High Mission Two: Chaos Rising by A.J. Butcher is well- written. It uses strong, detailed vocabulary and is very entertaining. It is filled with action which makes you keep reading and it also contains some horror to give it an exciting scare-factor. Although the plot is complicated, it makes it entertaining. The story isn't based in present day times; it's based slightly in the future making it unique. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes action, horror, and spies. I would also recommend this book to anyone who has enjoyed reading the Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz; this series, though, has more characters and horror to make it unique.