Don't worry if you've missed out on Robert Muchamore's events so far this year, we've got plenty more lined up for the rest of 2012. Here's some of what we've got in store:

May 19th - Queens Park Book Festival with Sophie McKenzie

June 16th & 17th - Porto Book Fair

August - Guardian Angel Signings

September - Ireland Tour

October - Cheltenham Festival

Look out for more announcements soon. Full and up to date event details can always be found on Robert's event page HERE




Hot on the heels of our exclusive preview chapters of the next CHERUB book, Guardian Angel, we've now got our mitts on the opening of the penultimate Henderson's Boys adventure, One Shot Kill.

It's mid 1943, the war is finally starting to turn against Germany and Japan. But Hitler is developing a radical new weapon, which he claims could turn the war back in his favour.

Henderson's Boys must undergo sniper training before finding and sabotaging the weapon.



Robert Muchamore has announced on Twitter that he has finished writing the 7th and final Henderson's Boys book. The book is due to be released in early 2013, but there's no news on the title.

Fancy a gander at the CHERUB graphic novel? There's no preview on the CHERUB website yet, but you can see several pages of the finished book on the Amazon UK website. CLICK HERE to view.

CHERUB news has been going since 2004. If your monthly dose isn't enough, check out the archive page to read all the back issues by CLICKING HERE.

We know Robert Muchamore's publishing schedule for 2013, with the final Henderson's Boys book early in the year, followed by the last of the Aramov Clan Trilogy. But the question everyone here at CHERUB News is asking is, What will Muchamore do next?


We reckon we've been setting too many easy competitions over the past few months, so this time around we've made things a little trickier!

To enter the draw to win a signed set of CHERUB series one, you've got to pick out the surnames of TEN past and present CHERUB agents from the grid on the left. The names can be horizontal, vertical or slanting.

Click on the puzzle for an easy-to-print version.

E-mail the ten names to: before the
closing date of May 24th 2012

Full terms and conditions can be found HERE


If the chapters don't open when you click on them, you need to download an Acrobat reader. Click the icon (left) for more info.

Robert Muchamore paid his first visit to Belgium since 2008 to celebrate the launch of the graphic novel of 100 Jours en Enfer.

The French language title is a reference to basic training and translates as 100 Days in Hell.

English speaking fans know the book as The Recruit and will be able to get hold of the graphic novel version this August.