The Medusa Plot
Publish date: August 30th 2011
Publisher: Scholastic Press
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
Series: The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers (#1)
A fun way to teach history, and really get kids and young adults into learning. Even as an older teen, and adult, I still learned from these books, and enjoyed the ride along the way.
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This second series in the 39 Clues has raised the stakes and is off to a break-neck start. I liked it, though I don't like the idea of Dan making the serum....
The first book in the 'Cahills vs Vespers' series, a spinoff of the '39 Clues' series. Very fast-paced and gripping right from the beginning, and ending with a cliffhanger! Compared to the '39 Clues' series, the details of execution in this story are (more) bare bones, but the plot works. Don't be t...
2.5 stars. The extra half star to round it up to 3 is for the sheer fun the previous books were.Not quite the page turner I was expecting. Oh, it was action-packed alright, but it somehow felt a bit lackluster compared to the previous 39 clues books. Where's Riordan when you need him?!Amy and Dan ar...
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