Foiled by Carey Fessler (Book Review #560)

Foiled is a historical speculative action storybook about two Roswel children that obtain a piece of alien technology and become fugitives. The story is set in the 1940s and Kate and Billy, aged 11, happen to share a secret that causes the CIA getting involved. They warn Billy’s family that they are never to talk about the items he has found. As the CIA attempts to move them to Germany, Billy runs for help to Kate and she manages to hide him, creating this interesting adventure of tales.

I adored the thoughts and ideas these two friends came up with using their knowledge in order to navigate through land and base. I particularly enjoyed Kate’s personality. The story relishes in loyalty, friendship, and love.


The literature and descriptive nature were spot on for the thrilling parts of the story. It almost made the reader wish to transport into the book and assist the children with other possible ways for facing their dilemmas.


The story and the way the scenes were made had the book in need of a definite strong protagonist. Kate was just the right person for the job. I admired the author in making sure there were no loopholes in the storyline and everything appeared to be thought through.


I recommend this book to historical action and adventure readers and people are looking for interesting children’s book.


Written by Jeyran Main


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