Woah! Woah! Woah! I know what you must be thinking.. A SPY DOG??????? And that too a rocket rider… Does she become an astronaut or what??
Read on to find out more and you will get an answer to all your questions and more..
Spy dog rocket rider is a story of a semi retired spy dog. Semi retired because during one of her missions five bullets hit her and one bullet was still lodged in her, so she semi retired. Then on the orders of her trainer she allowed herself to be rehomed with Cooks family . Cook’s household had 3 kids.
The dog’s name was LARA but her secret code name was GM-451.Don’t be under the impression that she isn’t an adventurous dog anymore. She formed a neighbourhood security team and she became their leader. LARA was very keen to find her parentage. She had a professor who she would visit occasionally with the Cooks, where she found a file about herself on the professor’s desk.
The file said that a Russian man named Oleg Jetski knew about her parentage. She wanted to know more but how? Since she was a very smart dog, fluent in many languages like english , Italian etc and she could also surf the internet and type too. Using her typing skill, she tells the cooks children and they all go to Oleg Jetski who doesn’t live very far. There they found a diary and found out that LARA’s great grand mother is LAIKA, the first dog to travel in space. It was also written in the diary that her father was LEO, a rescue dog who works in the Scottish highlands. She then decides to go to Scotland to meet her dad. There she discovers a terrible plot by JIMMY, a sunscreen man. He has planned to send rocket in space to cut a hole in ozone layer which will emit harmful UV rays and only by wearing his sunscreen people will get protected from it.
Cook’s family along with her professor go to Scotland to find her where they help her to foil jimmy’s plot
Read the book to get carried into a hair-raising adventure. It’s a lovely book. I’d read it any day. Lara has all the qualities of a good pet. She is Loyal, smart and courageous.
I’d give this book 5/5 rating. One of my most favourite reads!
Once a spy dog always spy dog.!