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A suspected IRA commander in Northern Ireland, agrees with his wife to foster a child. Unbeknown to them, that boy is twelve-year-old British secret agent, Jason Steed.The weapons and arms trail lead Jason to Istanbul, Turkey where he unearths the largest illegal weapon smuggling operations in the world. However, those involved in the lucrative business are determined to dA suspected IRA commander in Northern Ireland, agrees with his wife to foster a child. Unbeknown to them, that boy is twelve-year-old British secret agent, Jason Steed.The weapons and arms trail lead Jason to Istanbul, Turkey where he unearths the largest illegal weapon smuggling operations in the world. However, those involved in the lucrative business are determined to defend it at any cost. After he defeated their plans for global chaos, and Jason’s true identity is discovered, he plunges once more into the face of death, and he finds himself face-to-face with someone he once trusted. Protection is on its way by royal intervention, but is it too late?...

Title : Royal Decree
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ISBN : 9781500561291
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 347 Pages
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Royal Decree Reviews

  • Laura
    2019-03-07 16:43

    “What you think is a tiny mouse can have a bite bigger than a lion.”Meet Jason Steed. A 13 year old kid with a bite, kick, and punch like no other! He will steal your heart with one “Keeah!” or look in to those blue, blue eyes. That is if you can see them behind his long, blonde bangs. :)We catch up to Jason undercover in Ireland in book four of Mark Cooper’s spy series. I saw a lot of changes in Jason in this mission and book. He was living with a family, growing close to kids and girls around him. Girls! Haha…Jason is quite the ladies man already. The little charmer! His mix of confidence and shyness make for a very sweet combination. It amazes me that he can have the courage to fly half way around the world to rescue someone he loves and still be so self-conscious about standing up in front of a class. That little sweep of bangs hides a lot, but he can’t hide his heart! His big, BIG heart beats through this story in every line, page and mission. He can still be a brat, but I saw some big changes in Jason with his temper, control, obeying orders and growing up. He had a lot to deal with in this story. From teddy bears (*giggles*) and kisses to rage and death.I did long for more time with Dad though. This father-son relationship is so complicated and powerful. I love to see it change and grow. And boy-o-boy did it change this time out! Can’t wait to see the developments on the home front in the next book.My favorite addition to this fun cast of characters is Connor. This big, built-like-a-brick-wall kid is hilarious! Charming in his own way. Listen to how he woos the girls….”Ela did you just fart? Because you just blew me away.” The things that come out of his mouth are priceless! Connor and Jason’s chemistry was laugh out loud hilarious. I hope we see more of Connor in future adventures.Royal Decree sent us to Ireland to England to Turkey and back again. A fast moving, action packed punch of a book! I hope you meet Jason Steed soon. He will keep you guessing and laughing—and at times even shedding a tear or two. An unforgettable character to love and follow.Go meet him.

  • Amanda Kern
    2019-02-16 16:42

    Here we go again all around the world. you start one place and about thirty pages later you are in another. this is not necessarily a bad thing. I like how this ....well no more of the that sentence. I almost gave a way a spoiler. needless to say if you liked the other ones you will definitely like this one.

  • Ptdog
    2019-03-16 12:49

    Now that I've read through 4 books of the Jason Steed series I can say that I enjoyed the repartee, shared the sense of tragedy, sympathized with the protagonist, liked and detested many of the characters, sometimes I felt both for the same characters. I'll read as many books in this series as the author puts out.

  • Becca Quinlan
    2019-03-18 09:52

    Jason Steed Royal Decree is a really great book. Steed is an excellent protagonist for a children’s novel, and it’s not just because of the secret agent status or the martial arts skills. Mark Cooper’s writing style is vivid and captivating, which is a must considering the audience he’s catering to. I know a couple of boys who I have trouble motivating to read—I think this book might be a solution for that. Royal Decree is actually the fourth in the Jason Steed series, but I read it as a standalone and really enjoyed it. I feel compelled to go back and read the others now.

  • Monica Ganz
    2019-03-01 16:45

    Jason Steed Royal Decree is action packed from beginning to end! I'm a big fan of adventure and action books so when one stands out like this did it is a very big deal. The story is very well written and captivating on every single page. I found myself itching to see what was going to happen on the next page. Jason Steel is a very unique yet intriguing character. I actually did not realize that their are other books out based on Jason. I'm interested in seeing the other books now that this one was so well written. Highly recommend this to anyone that is a fan of action adventure books.

  • Tung Wong
    2019-03-11 12:51

    Out of the first 4 Jason Steed novels, this has to be my favorite.The locations were good, Northern Ireland and Turkey, Jason is growing up but is still the cute kid he has always been. He seems to have found a liking for girls and they seem to like him.The first 3 were good, but this one was far better. It would make a great movie, the end scene was spectacular and the story was the best yet.As we have become accustomed with the Jason Steed novels, not only do we have some action, funny parts, it was also accompanied with emotion and by the bucket load.5 stars. I am looking forward to reading the next one.

  • Sean Randall
    2019-03-01 15:35

    With growing disparity between the kids ages and sexual awareness, more lurid and crude fart jokes and a disturbing number of grammatical errors ("were" and "where" are two different things, honest) this series isn't growing up as quickly as it needs to. The IRA opener seemed far too loose - in fact it looked like the start of a whole different story - and I must admit that while I can appreciate the humour and fun, there comes a point where the players start to mature and make more of themselves than kids. This one didn't *really do that for me.