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The 39 Clues, Book 8: The Emperor's Code

Narrated by: David Pittu
Series: 39 Clues: Series 1, Book 8
Length: 4 hrs and 57 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (477 ratings)

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As the race to find the 39 Clues builds to its explosive finish, Amy and Dan must steal a Clue guarded by thousands of the world's best soldiers. With their enemies closing in, the siblings are separated. Together, they almost have a chance, but alone.... Could the search for this Clue spell the end of Amy and Dan?

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©2010 Gordon Korman (P)2010 Scholastic

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just read it

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.

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Love the reader and the author

I love all of these books and I’m a grown military man. Very intriguing and keeps you on your toes to figure out the next clue. I did figure this clue out rather fast but still love it.

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the truth about the clues

This book had me emotional, in this book Dan and Amy get into a siblings argument which separates them, and now they are trying to find each other through out this book. They find themselves in China and learning about the last emperor Pun Yie who happened to be a Cahill. Grace is still helping the children get through the 39 clues even from the grave, all the teachings that she gave them while they were growing up. When they finally find each other again they figure out the truth about the 39 clues and what has to happen.

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Love the performance of the book reading

Awesome work, ready for the next books. Love every second of listening. All story and performance is awesome

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each book continues same excellence

each book in this series maintains the same great narrative. the stories teach history, geography and the arts without seeming to teach. I have enjoyed this teen series and I am far from my teen years.

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Good

It was really cool CB b b n j n j. J. B. B. H

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AMAZING BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You have to read this book! It's the neatest book ever along with the series.
I can't wait till I can get the next book!!!!!!! By the author of Swindle. Great
book right?

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great book!!!!!

It's a great book I would definitely recommend this book. It's really really really good.

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The Story is Still Going Strong

Once again the story is good, with excitement, tender moments, and funny parts. The entire series thus far is great, and the narration is tops.

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It ok

I think the 39 clues book is okay overall. Also in performance and story wise.
But it could use a little more dramatics.

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  • kirsty smith
  • 07-13-18

Great series

I honestly like to listen to books that are easy to follow when trying to get some. Down time. Info the reader very calming