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From Chris Rylander, author of the breakout hit the Fourth Stall saga, comes the second book in the Codename Conspiracy series, a funny and clever mash up of middle grade school story and spy adventureEver since Carson Fender was let go by the secret agency that had enlisted his services to help foil a nefarious plot perpetrated by one of their former agents, he s been back to hanging with his friends, pulling pranks, and not having to lie to everyone about how he s spending his days And that s for the best, isn t it Of course, this was all before a note showed up in his school lunch, informing him that Agent Nineteen had three days left to live, and that there might still be someone inside the Agency working against them Carson has always been able to rely on his friends but what happens when there s no one left to trust


10 thoughts on “Countdown Zero

  1. Aeicha Aeicha says:

    Seventh grader and ultimate prankster, Carson Fender, is trying to get back to his normal life after working as Agent Zero for a secret government agencybut who just gets over being a secret agent who helped saved the world Certainly not Carson And when one of his agent mentors goes missing, the Agency pulls Carson back into the fold and sends him on a dangerous mission to save one of their own Chris Rylander s The Codename Conspiracy series is such a super fun, over the top in the best wa Seventh grader and ultimate prankster, Carson Fender, is trying to get back to his normal life after working as Agent Zero for a secret government agencybut who just gets over being a secret agent who helped saved the world Certainly not Carson And when one of his agent mentors goes missing, the Agency pulls Carson back into the fold and sends him on a dangerous mission to save one of their own Chris Rylander s The Codename Conspiracy series is such a super fun, over the top in the best way possible spy adventure series, and book two, Countdown Zero, is full of laughs, thrills, and twists Rylander clearly knows his audience, which is reflected in his amusing, fast paced storytelling and smart writing Like book one, Countdown Zero s premise is wildly entertaining and full of all the cool, fun spy secret agent elements you d expect and want fascinating devices, silly codenames, intriguing agents, hidden headquarters, surprising cases, and so muchI love how everything surrounding the Agency is shrouded in exhilarating mystery.Rylander fills this witty, wacky world with a cast of captivating and engaging characters From spunky, funny Carson Fender aka Agent Zero to oddly charming Dillion, awesome Danielle, to the surly yet lovable Agents Nineteen and Blue, these characters had me giggling with every page Agent Zero s perilous adventures in Countdown Zero are full of twists and turns, daring escapades, wicked cool gadgets, compelling baddies, and an enthralling end of the world situation, and Carson gets help from an unexpected person and faces on an unexpected villainall leading to a cliffhanger ending that definitely has me wantingMy Final Thoughts Countdown Zero is a super fun, super exciting sequel in a super cool series


  2. Sam Sam says:

    It started off slow but got better It wasn t nearly as suspensful as the first book though.


  3. Angela Angela says:

    Rating 3.5 It was hard to choose between a 3 and a 4 star rating This one was even better than the first with higher stakes andaction y parts At the outset of the book we see Connor dealing with a tough issue how do you go from being a super agent with cool gadgets, countless crises, and people depending on you to an average middle school student who can confide his feelings of emptiness to no one Connor chooses to deal with it in typical Connor style he dreams up the Prankopocalypse Rating 3.5 It was hard to choose between a 3 and a 4 star rating This one was even better than the first with higher stakes andaction y parts At the outset of the book we see Connor dealing with a tough issue how do you go from being a super agent with cool gadgets, countless crises, and people depending on you to an average middle school student who can confide his feelings of emptiness to no one Connor chooses to deal with it in typical Connor style he dreams up the Prankopocalypse However the Agency needs him again But they manage to put him in a position to get kicked of of school if he doesn t manage to pull everything off secretly All our likeable characters are back, Connor who is somewhat out of his depth but giving it his all Dillon who is a great touch of humor with his firm belief in cyptids and conspiracy theories Danielle the smarter twin who clues in to things a littlethan the agency would want her too the agents who we learnabout personally and start to feelof a bond with In addition we get a new character, May, who is full of death defying courage and mad skills The trademark humor of the series is in full force here, maybe eventhan the first book While the story wraps up satisfactorily, there is a surprising twist sort of cliffhanger at the very end that had me clamoring for the next in the series Kids will eat this series up Sure to be enjoyed by both elementary and early middle school kids as well as reluctant and boy readers


  4. Isaac Isaac says:

    In the book, Mr Gomez is dissembling He is rambling on and on about how he finally after all the years he has had carson at the school he gets to expel him for life when National Security agents run in the room and say that he is under arrest As stated in the text by an officer, You re under arrest on suspicions of treason, terrorism, espionage, and activities detrimental to US national security This proves that he is dissembling because he had never revealed that he had done any of these In the book, Mr Gomez is dissembling He is rambling on and on about how he finally after all the years he has had carson at the school he gets to expel him for life when National Security agents run in the room and say that he is under arrest As stated in the text by an officer, You re under arrest on suspicions of treason, terrorism, espionage, and activities detrimental to US national security This proves that he is dissembling because he had never revealed that he had done any of these things in his time as a principal


  5. Kevin Kretz Kevin Kretz says:

    It was a good sequel I think most of it felt rushed, but that was probably me reading it so fast that it felt that way I m serious I couldn t get enough of this book If you haven t read the first one, I d do that first It had a couple of inside jokes that relate there, and they re pretty funny if you get them Overall This book is a great one Read the series.


  6. MHP MHP says:

    Again, I m impressed by how much I enjoyed this book I think I might ve liked it better than the first one I love Dillon s theories they re just so random and add humor to the book I also loved how Chris Rylander SPOILER ALERT brought Danielle into the story this time, and made her an agent I was shocked at the ending, when SPOILER ALERT Gomez was told he was under suspicion of terrorism and treason, and made me think it could be connected to the first book s plot The reason I gave thi Again, I m impressed by how much I enjoyed this book I think I might ve liked it better than the first one I love Dillon s theories they re just so random and add humor to the book I also loved how Chris Rylander SPOILER ALERT brought Danielle into the story this time, and made her an agent I was shocked at the ending, when SPOILER ALERT Gomez was told he was under suspicion of terrorism and treason, and made me think it could be connected to the first book s plot The reason I gave this book four stars is because even with all the action and pace of the plot, there are just times I want to stop reading But I m glad I didn t, and I can t wait to read the third book


  7. Anne Beardsley Anne Beardsley says:

    Not quite as much uproarious fun as the first book, but every bit as exciting It was nice to see our hero paired with another kid in his mad attempt to save the world I profoundly question how humanity ever survives an entire month in this world, much less any majority percentage of the agents of this secret agency.


  8. Jessica F Jessica F says:

    Meh More of the same Hoping the finale offers up a fewsurprises


  9. Dsmith23 Dsmith23 says:

    Big plot twist at the end A great buildup and writing, but at times the plot got a bit off track Otherwise a great book.


  10. Becky Becky says:

    Great book, fun series Left off with a ton of suspense Can t wait to read book three