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In Book One: Independence Hall, we met Q and his stepsister, Angela. We met their rocker parents, Blaze and Roger; we met the Secret Service team protecting the family; and we met the main players of the Mossad team that is following them. Book Two takes us on another thrilling caper, this time to the White House where Q and Angela continue their quest to uncover the truth In Book One: Independence Hall, we met Q and his stepsister, Angela. We met their rocker parents, Blaze and Roger; we met the Secret Service team protecting the family; and we met the main players of the Mossad team that is following them. Book Two takes us on another thrilling caper, this time to the White House where Q and Angela continue their quest to uncover the truth behind the supposed death of Angela's real mother--a former Secret Service agent--while trying to differentiate the "good guys" from the "bad guys."


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In Book One: Independence Hall, we met Q and his stepsister, Angela. We met their rocker parents, Blaze and Roger; we met the Secret Service team protecting the family; and we met the main players of the Mossad team that is following them. Book Two takes us on another thrilling caper, this time to the White House where Q and Angela continue their quest to uncover the truth In Book One: Independence Hall, we met Q and his stepsister, Angela. We met their rocker parents, Blaze and Roger; we met the Secret Service team protecting the family; and we met the main players of the Mossad team that is following them. Book Two takes us on another thrilling caper, this time to the White House where Q and Angela continue their quest to uncover the truth behind the supposed death of Angela's real mother--a former Secret Service agent--while trying to differentiate the "good guys" from the "bad guys."

30 review for The White House

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I really like this book because this story takes place in Washington D.C. This book was about I.Q finding out things. Angelas deceased who is pretending to be her twin sister, she was a terrorist. She tries her best to steal the presidents daughter, and is she doesn't get her then she will be killed. This book starts off boring but when I got into the book it became more intresting. I recomened this book to anyone.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alexander W

    11/6/12 I am still currently reading Roland Smith's IQ #2 The White House. (view spoiler)[So far Angela's "deceased" mother who is posing as her identical twin sister who was a terrorist who got blown up in an explosion at Independence hall. Now she has infiltrated the White House and is planning on stealing the president's daughter and if she fails she will be killed. I am excited to see how it ends, and see if she succeeds or not. In my opinion this is all a bad idea because if someone figures 11/6/12 I am still currently reading Roland Smith's IQ #2 The White House. (view spoiler)[So far Angela's "deceased" mother who is posing as her identical twin sister who was a terrorist who got blown up in an explosion at Independence hall. Now she has infiltrated the White House and is planning on stealing the president's daughter and if she fails she will be killed. I am excited to see how it ends, and see if she succeeds or not. In my opinion this is all a bad idea because if someone figures out that she is not Anmar (Malak's sister who was killed) she will be killed ....or tortured to death. I am happy that I am finally at the good part, but it is also the end of the book so that means I am giving it a new rating of 5 stars! and still any one who likes adventure, secrets, gadgets, and gizmos I recommend this book to you because this book has lots of that. (hide spoiler)] I am currently reading IQ #2: the White House. so far not that much has happened in terms of exciting events, but Angela, Q, Boone (an "ancient" roadie/spook/Angela and Q's parents ((famous rock stars))driver), and Angela and Q's parents have arrived at the White House. Well that and the fact that Angela and Q received a text from Angela's supposedly "decieced" mother who is posing as her identical twin (a terrorist who died in an explosion at Independence hall in Philadelphia. So far I would rate this book at four and a half stars because it is cool, gadgety, and just a good book. Right now I would recommend this book and the rest of the series to someone who likes spies, adventure, secrets, and realistic fiction.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Hadi Mrabet

    Hadi Mrabet English 61 Good Reads #1 IQ is an exciting sequel written by roland smith. The story takes place in Washington D.C( at the white house). Where the main characters on vacation where he is with his step sister. The story began when IQs mom married Angela's dad. A problem arose when Angela's once thought dead mom isn't dead and she's a terrorist but she's only faking. Her twin sister is actually the terrorist and she's a SPY. The first thing IQ did was he was forced to find Angela's mom Hadi Mrabet English 61 Good Reads #1 IQ is an exciting sequel written by roland smith. The story takes place in Washington D.C( at the white house). Where the main characters on vacation where he is with his step sister. The story began when IQs mom married Angela's dad. A problem arose when Angela's once thought dead mom isn't dead and she's a terrorist but she's only faking. Her twin sister is actually the terrorist and she's a SPY. The first thing IQ did was he was forced to find Angela's mom with her. Next IQ gets involved with lots of spy organisations like the CIA and the Mossad agents. Finally they figure out she's not a terrorist and she's a spy but by then they were too deep and were on the run. In order to fix this they have to shut down the ghost cell the terrorist organisations so they can stop running. Lastly they are in front of the president of the most powerful country in the world and telling him about this ghost cell. The main character of the novel IQ. He is a very smart person. He treated the other characters with respect but he treated the antagonist with no respect since they are the ones preventing him from reaching his goal. IQ a static character and does not change throughout the story he does mature though because he comes to his senses an takes in whats happening in the story. From the actions of the main character, the reader learns that he is in it for his sister and thats it he does not want ton be a spy. All of this made the plot of the story very exciting because they were on the run to clean up their trail at the same time they were trying to clean up the ghost cell. The most exciting part is when they figure out that IQ step mom is a spy this is a major turning point . The most disappointing part is when Angela figures out she can't stay with her mom this upsets Angela a lot since she hasn't seen her in years. I would recommend this story to Sebastian because it's a thrill of an adventure and mystery and is a very good book. I think that these students would enjoy the mystery or excitement.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Desi Kennedy

    WARNING!!! Do not start this book unless you have book 3!! Another great installment. I love that kids are learning history, geography and whole host of others things disguised as adventure!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Johnp

    In this installment of the "I, Q" series, Malak is out to destroy the 'ghost cell' - a well-trained, highly organized ring of terrorists. These bad guys have 'something big planned', and she is out to figure out what it is and - if possible - stop it. Malak is now a prominent character in the story - instead of someone who shows up at the end. We also meet a number of other agents/spies. This story takes us into the White House, where we learn a bit more about Malak's past as a Secret Service In this installment of the "I, Q" series, Malak is out to destroy the 'ghost cell' - a well-trained, highly organized ring of terrorists. These bad guys have 'something big planned', and she is out to figure out what it is and - if possible - stop it. Malak is now a prominent character in the story - instead of someone who shows up at the end. We also meet a number of other agents/spies. This story takes us into the White House, where we learn a bit more about Malak's past as a Secret Service agent. We also meet the President and his family. For me, the President was just a BIT too cool, but it was needed for the story to work. I really liked Part 1 Independence Hall, but Part 2 is a bit more convoluted and, for me, harder to get into. Of course, the story doesn't end here, so we'll wait for Part 3 to see where the story goes.

  6. 4 out of 5

    maddi schafer

    The White House, a book written by Roland Smith. I liked this book a lot because it has so many twist and turns and is super interesting. The book mostly took place at the white house, which makes sense because the title. The main characters in this book are Q and Angela , not so much their parents. The main conflict of the story is that they are trying uncover the truth behind the supposed death of Angela's real mother. I would recommend this book to younger people such as teens because it's The White House, a book written by Roland Smith. I liked this book a lot because it has so many twist and turns and is super interesting. The book mostly took place at the white house, which makes sense because the title. The main characters in this book are Q and Angela , not so much their parents. The main conflict of the story is that they are trying uncover the truth behind the supposed death of Angela's real mother. I would recommend this book to younger people such as teens because it's easy to read for their level.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Dawn

    Finally!! I had to read the first one again because it took so long for this one to come out, but I probably liked this one even more than the first one. Smith gave you all the lead-in information in the first one so this book just hits the ground running. The action and intrigue were amped up for this book. I love the whole involvement with the White House and the Secret Service. Pretty sure it is off the charts far fetched, but it is definately a fun read.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lila

    A fun, exciting series that flows. Written for Middle Grade students, but sophisticated enough for older readers. Q and Angela go to then White House for their parent's concert and must track down a mole who threatens not just their family, but the country. Deeply embedded terrorists are plotting against the United States.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    Just as good as the first one! This series is a clever blend of espionage, terrorist activities, the Secret Service, and the music industry. It's very suspenseful...and I hope Roland Smith does not wait as long before writing the third one as he did for this...two years, I think? Too long!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Meesala

    Better than the first book with more tension. Second place to Alex Rider!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    These books are completely clean and SO GOOD!! I'm glad I started them while I'm sick, because I can't put them down. But I don't have much to do anyway, so that's fine. Q, Angela, and the gang are at the White House for Match's concert. But there's a lot going on behind the scenes. Spoiler time! (view spoiler)[Malak says that there are moles in the WH, some high up. Q and Angela are to report anyone suspicious to X-Ray for a background check. Then, Amun says he has a surprise for Malak. These books are completely clean and SO GOOD!! I'm glad I started them while I'm sick, because I can't put them down. But I don't have much to do anyway, so that's fine. Q, Angela, and the gang are at the White House for Match's concert. But there's a lot going on behind the scenes. Spoiler time! (view spoiler)[Malak says that there are moles in the WH, some high up. Q and Angela are to report anyone suspicious to X-Ray for a background check. Then, Amun says he has a surprise for Malak. Suspicions arise. After parking one car, they take another to the surprise - Anmar's adopted parents! Elise says that the woman standing before her is not her daughter and Malak tries to convince her that she is, buying time for Ziv to rescue her. He comes in and kills Sean, Elise, and Amun. Boone comes up with a way for Malak to keep her cover, but things just got a lot more dangerous. We find out more about Malak's past and that Ziv is her father. Malak is taken to meet with a new member of the ghost cell. Maybe the head? He gives her a mission - to kidnap Bethany and Will Culpepper, the president's kids. At least two of the moles in the WH are Chef Conrad and Bethany's new social adviser, Wayne Arbuckle. Malak works it out so that only Bethany is grabbed and Conrad and Wayne are captured. SOS has opened up to included S.S members Charlie Norton and Pat Callaghan. President Culpepper gave Q and Angela special watches that only Boone, Norton, Callaghan, and Malak also have. They have his private number hidden in them. (hide spoiler)] My head is just spinning from all these plot twists! Or maybe it's from the stuffed up ear. Either way, on to book 3!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Phoebe Hosford

    This is the second book in the IQ series called the white house by Roland Smith.This book begins on the second stop of Blaze and Rodger's world music tour which is the white house. In this book the family stays at the white house where Q and Angela (with Boones help) continue on their mission of shutting down the ghost cell. In this book there are several car bombings set off in Washington D.C. and Blaze and Rodger do a relief concert for White house staff the only problem is that there is a This is the second book in the IQ series called the white house by Roland Smith.This book begins on the second stop of Blaze and Rodger's world music tour which is the white house. In this book the family stays at the white house where Q and Angela (with Boones help) continue on their mission of shutting down the ghost cell. In this book there are several car bombings set off in Washington D.C. and Blaze and Rodger do a relief concert for White house staff the only problem is that there is a mole within the white house staff. The Mole turns out to be the white house cook Chef Cheesy. During the concert Malak (who turns out to actually be alive and is playing a double agent) and Chef Cheesy make an attempt to kidnap the presidents kids named Bethany and Will (Will is younger). Malak informs the SOS team and the president of the plan and what she plans to do to stop it so together they stop Will from getting kidnapped but leave Bethany in the hands of Malak who promises to protect Bethany with her life. Malak lets Bethany get taken because if she didn't the ghost cell could have thought she was a spy and killed her and then the ghost cell would never be shut down.

  13. 5 out of 5

    .

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book is very enjoyable, but in personal, it had a more "mature" kind of a storyline than the first book. There was more seriousness add-on to, for example of how people are cooperating with each other to fight against their enemies, but having strategy required. I was able to understand more deeper into what the characters in this book are by their actions. A lesson could be learned from every person who reads this book-about what this world revolves around with. Terrorism, which is still This book is very enjoyable, but in personal, it had a more "mature" kind of a storyline than the first book. There was more seriousness add-on to, for example of how people are cooperating with each other to fight against their enemies, but having strategy required. I was able to understand more deeper into what the characters in this book are by their actions. A lesson could be learned from every person who reads this book-about what this world revolves around with. Terrorism, which is still common in the world was shown in this book. Not everything had seriousness in it, which made it less stressful to read. For example, when Angela had told P.K.(AKA President's kid) that she was feeling tired, Q(Short for Quest) had covered up for her by telling P.K. that it was "girl problems". Afterwards, Q had texted Angela with his iPhone: "Yeah. I told him that your boyfriend jilted you." "I don't have a boyfriend." "That's right. He just dumped you, which is why you're upset." "Ahh...I get it now. Tragic. Next time you see me I'll be over that creep." The private agents had data of where they were, and emails and texts.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

    Malek is alive and Angela and Q helped keep her that way. That is how the first book in the I,Q series ended. As The White House begins, Match, the musical group consisting of Blaze, Q's mother, and Roger, Angela's father, are scheduled to perform a concert at the White House. When they arrive, Angela and Q meet P.K., which stands for President's Kid. His real name is William and he is much smarter than any ten year old kid should be. He immediately knows that Angela and Q are more than they Malek is alive and Angela and Q helped keep her that way. That is how the first book in the I,Q series ended. As The White House begins, Match, the musical group consisting of Blaze, Q's mother, and Roger, Angela's father, are scheduled to perform a concert at the White House. When they arrive, Angela and Q meet P.K., which stands for President's Kid. His real name is William and he is much smarter than any ten year old kid should be. He immediately knows that Angela and Q are more than they seem. His sister, Bethany, runs the household since the death of their mother. The SOS team is still on the job trying to find out what the Ghost Terrorist Cell is up to and figure out how to stop them. With Malek embedded in the cell posing as her twin sister, Anmar, Angela's life is filled with worry about her mother. Something is going on at the White House and Angela and Q must help Boone to figure it out and stop it before anything else happens. This is another good entry in the I, Q series. It ends with a cliffhanger that makes it tough to wait to find Book #3.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rory

    The White House IQ by Roland Smith is a book about two kids who are staying over at the white house but begin to be terrorized by ghosts. They are also trying to uncover the mystery of the main characters stepsisters mothers death who is a former government agent. This book is also a part two so to understand some of the stuff that happens in this book you would need to read part one. I would rate this book two stars because the book is cliche and follows an extremely confusing plot that mixes The White House IQ by Roland Smith is a book about two kids who are staying over at the white house but begin to be terrorized by ghosts. They are also trying to uncover the mystery of the main characters stepsisters mothers death who is a former government agent. This book is also a part two so to understand some of the stuff that happens in this book you would need to read part one. I would rate this book two stars because the book is cliche and follows an extremely confusing plot that mixes too many things together which leads to confusion in the roles of some of the characters. Another thing about this book I disliked was how for a teenager book it contains so many words that are complex and the type of words you would hear in a movie about hacking. Something I did like about this book is the plot that is confusing is actually pretty cool. I would not recommend this book to almost anybody, but somebody with a taste for action dramas i would recommend this book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ann

    Book #2 picks up exactly where the first book leaves off. There’s a little review at different parts of the story, but it’s pretty minimal. The story goes full steam ahead back into the action and intrigue and won’t let up til the very end, where it slows down enough to close the book and lead into the next one. The storyline isn’t any more realistic than the first one, but it’s a pretty good ride. The bad guys are revealed with very little foreshadowing, and one is more surprising than the Book #2 picks up exactly where the first book leaves off. There’s a little review at different parts of the story, but it’s pretty minimal. The story goes full steam ahead back into the action and intrigue and won’t let up til the very end, where it slows down enough to close the book and lead into the next one. The storyline isn’t any more realistic than the first one, but it’s a pretty good ride. The bad guys are revealed with very little foreshadowing, and one is more surprising than the other. It seems the goal of the book series is action, adventure, and suspense, and it definitely delivers on these counts. I’d probably consider it appropriate for 5th-8th grade.

  17. 5 out of 5

    FantasyForever818

    The White House is a good addition to the series, but it's a different beast to Book 1. Book 2 is more character-intensive, but with a bit less focus on the SOS team. Also, Malak's chapters are definitely better. The plot is more mystery and less thriller when compared to the first book. All in all, a good book, though I prefer Book 1.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Elijah

    I loved this book to death. This book was filed with a lot of mystery but you would have to read the book to understand this book more. But, it does a good job at explaining what happened in the last book. I would highly recommend this book if you love mystery and like CSI, FBI, and like action. It has some comedy but it is a very interesting book. TEN OUT OF TEN.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Bette

    Young adult action adventure yarn. Spies, terrorists in Washington D.C. The author gives an overview of the history of the Whitehouse, the staff and security that exists to protect the President and his family. Fast and involving story with political footnotes that give an overview of the threat of terrorism and its roots.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Q and his step-sister Angela visit the White House with their parents. Angela's mother is under cover as her twin, a notorious terrorist the Leopard, to try to find the leader of the "ghost" cell. It was a bit boring at first, once the action really started, I was glad I got thru it. Crazy cliffhanger. (Kidnapping, shooting, a car bombing, casualties but nothing graphic)

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kj

    Loved it! I really enjoyed this book. I thought that it had a good amount of action and mystery included in it. I liked that everything fit with the story and gave you background information or moved the story along.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Michael Frame

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book by Roland Smith was very action packed and intresting. It is about terrorism and ghost cells. There are moles inside the White House and they tried kidnapping the presidents two children. The first book led up to what is happening in the White House.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jack .V

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I loved this book. I think this is a little bit better than the other book. The part where P.K showed them the secret passage. Angela and Q are trying to figure out who the mole is. This book is a mystery book. Will Angela and Q find the mole? Read to find out.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ella Stewart

    This book is the same as the last one!! Absolutely amazing!!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Apollo

    Great book with a great ending, but confusing at some points.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Levi

    I enjoyed this more than the first book.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    Exciting plot, good action. A solid follow up to the first book, held my interest throughout, a real page turner, characters are complex and engaging.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sylvia

    I am reading this series with a student, but it is so good that I decided to just finish it without him haha.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I love this series!

  30. 4 out of 5

    The Brothers

    Asher (12yo) read.

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