Amy and Dan find themselves in a new global race but this time, everything’s different. Those closest to them might be working for the enemy, and Amy and Dan are forced to ask themselves how far they’re willing to go to save the kidnapped Cahills. How much can you risk when there’s no one to trust?
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40+ home schooling Mom of 7 kids (4 adults, 3 school age....& 1 awesome Grandson)!
Yes....because the remainder or the series is so SLOW in coming.
The first series (on steroids)
It just makes me (us actually....my two 7 year olds and my 9 year old)....want more
We love this series and as homeschoolers have learned much(mom included) about history and famous figures worldwide. A must listen for kids of all ages (again, mom included). I'm so hooked that I tend to keep listening while my kids are in some class or activity. I just have to remember to use the bookmark feature. I've gotten grounded several times by my children....they take the iPad into the next class they go to.
There is so much going on in the story that it when you listen to the other books in the series it will make you come back and wonder how they came to those conclusions.
Book 8 in the 39 clues series is comparable to this book in the way certain elements interfered with the progress of the cahills. This gives this new series a tie in with the previous series.
He brings emotions to play into the story as its being read. His tone is not that of someone reading lazily. he makes you want to know what is going to happen next and make you re-listen to part to understand other parts that have come up.
It made want to get the next book in the series to see where it would lead the cahill team next.
Yeah, totally. This is my favorite Cahill book.
Stealing the Medusa. Suicidal boat tricks. Robberies. Explosions.
He is a really good orator.
Yeah, because it was packed with endless action.
Jonah Wizard could totally be a pop star.
A great story for all ages. The saga continues and is only getting better. It is a shame that the wait between installments is so long. Great, fuin read for all.
We love to listen to every book in this series, but can someone please introduce the narrator to the proper pronunciation of the word familiar? Hint, it isn't FURmiliar.
It's a great story for those who like young adult stories. It is very engaging.
When they were in the tunnels under the Colloseum. I thought is was exciting and had an interesting twist.
I love all his voices, you tend to forget it is only one person acting out the story. I like the way he does Nellie and I like the voice of Cousin Natalie.
I have laughed a couple of times when Dan is interacting with his cousins. He is funny to me although in this series he is more serious and dark then he was before.
"Exciting, gripping series"
My son loved the 39 clues series and has further loved this one. He is absolutely hooked and the intrigue keeps his interest. Very recommended for 10-13 year olds
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