The Impenetrable Spy is just that, an impenetrable spy. Zack Carter learns how to travel back in time. He can't die. He's the perfect spy.
Zack's goal throughout the book is to save the United States from World War 3. He fights countless bad guys and keeps his country safe. He drives awesome cars, listens to awesome music, and is just generally an awesome guy.
He's the guy you'd want to save you if you're captured by terrorists, hands down.
Spencer, a 12 year old, has woven an intricate tale of murder, lies, and an impending war on the States.
Even at 12, he can tell a story and tell it well. Given the time, I have no doubt his writing will blossom further with age and wisdom.
I can't lie. There are grammar mistakes, and his writing style could use work. But, it DOESN'T detract from the story, and I recommend this novel to all people who enjoy a good, fast paced spy thriller.
(reviewed the day of purchase)