Siege: A top-secret government programme needs a crack team of undercover military operators. They must have awesome levels of determination, endurance and fitness. They must be able to think on their feet.
Missing: A British agent investigating the rogue state's nuclear capabilities has gone missing. The secretive nature of life in Pyongyang means that unfamiliar adults would attract suspicion and fall under immediate surveillance. So the cadets form part of a young pioneers' tour to the North Korean capital.
Justice: The Special Forces Cadets are parachuted into the Congo rainforest to help the team escape. But the operation starts to go wrong right away. Can the Special Forces Cadets trust each other? And the jungle is home to creatures even more deadly than desperate children with guns...
Ruthless: The ghettos of Brazil are crawling with street kids. They have nothing, and are forced into lives of crime in order to get enough to eat. Their life expectancies are short, not least because the Brazilian authorities allow paramilitaries to shoot them like rats.
Hijack: The Special Forces Cadets are sent in to investigate, disguised as nature watchers, but when they split up to conduct essential research, two of them are captured and imprisoned. Their lives are in grave danger, but with the main operation at a crucial stage, the others are under orders to leave their friends to their fate. Can the cadets prevent a war and make it out alive?
Assassin: The Special Forces Cadets are sent to protect Darius. When the assassins launch a deadly attack, their only escape is into the mountains. Pursued by their enemies, can the cadets triumph and survive the deadly natural hazards of the alpine winter?
Author: Chris Ryan
Pages: 1316 pp
Size: 19.8 x 13 x 9.5 cm