Governments were toppled and rulers were killed during the last attempt to find the lost treasure Amy and Dan Cahill are searching for - do they even stand a chance?
Follow the clues! Listen to more mysteries in the 39 Clues series.
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David Pittu continues to draw you into the lives of Amy and Dan Cahill and their search for the 39 Clues. My children (9 &10) and I thoroughly enjoy our(20-30minute) trips to and from school listening to this series.
Creates depth to the characters through a wide range of accents.
If we were on a long car trip we would definitely listen to this all the way through.
I'm a Cardiac Anesthesiologist with two college aged children. I used 2 check my kid's books for appropriateness & now enjoy those books 2.
i cannot comment on every writer individually because the books sort of ran together for me during a week trip. I read them all and cannot pinpoint every writer.
I can say that they were all wonderful and have great stories mixed with history and geography. They can teach in a great fun exciting atmosphere.
For me, this is the best book of the series since the first book. There seemed to be more in this book than just one hard spot to get out of after another. This book seemed to have a little more meat to it. However, this book does raise questions about the nanny that do not get addressed in this book. I can't say I am happy about that possible turn of events.
The worst plot ever! This audiobook tries to be funny, but fails dramatically.
As I listened to it, I fought the urge to turn off my iPod and never listen to it again, hoping for a great ending. But I was disappointed, as the ending is so predictable.
And another thing, how can an 11 year old look like an adult with a goatee, a mustache, and glasses?
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