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For 500 years, the Cahills have been the most powerful family in the world. For 500 years, they've protected the source of their power - the 39 Clues. And for 500 years, they've kept their secrets silent. Until now.

This extraordinary stand-alone novel cracks open the Cahill vault to tell the story of the most coveted piece of artwork in the world, a masterpiece that has been the target of seven separate theft attempts: Jan van Eyck’s altarpiece at Ghent.

Operation Trinity chronicles the first Vesper attack on the altarpiece in the 1600s, then jumps to WWII and young Grace Cahill’s desperate bid to save the masterwork from the Nazis. The final piece of the novel tells the story of Ian and Natalie Kabra’s first solo operation and features an 11th hour appearance by Grace Cahill on her final mission. History will never be the same.

©2012 Clifford Riley (P)2012 Scholastic Audio

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Awesome love listening to the more of the story

What did you love best about Operation Trinity?

How it brings new life to the story

Who was your favorite character and why?

Dan and his memory, just kills me.

Which scene was your favorite?

The escape Amy & Dan.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Made me laugh at the reactions of the Cahill family.

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Not long enough

I think that they'll should of made this book longer at least -five hours long

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Fun

Any additional comments?

Another fun reading for my 12 yo son who loves this series. David Pittu is always a reliable reader with good voice characterizations.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful