Book Review: The Sword Thief Book 3

No matter how hard Dan & Amy try, they just can’t catch a break.

After losing their Grandmother Grace Cahill, life has been a blur. It was difficult to make the choice between two million dollars instant cash inheritance or a chase for the 39 Clues. But they were encouraged to do so because that is “what Grace Cahill would have wanted”. So far they have raced to Philidelphia then on to France for clues under the city of Paris, with their au pair Nellie Gomez.

Book Review: Maze of Bones Book 1

Before they can even catch their breath they are whisked off to follow the steps of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart through Vienna, & Salzburg Austria on to Venice Italy.  Finding the coded message is imperative to be the first branch of the family to get ahead in the clue hunt. But which branch should Amy and Dan be aligned with?

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Now our heroes are on to Tokyo, Japan, and Seoul, South Korea in search of a clue from the Japanese warrior Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Uncle Alister Oh has been a great help for Amy & Dan, or has he? Someone forming a temporary alliance may be a foe rather than a friend. The stakes are getting higher. Someone may lose their life.

Expertly written with fantastic descriptions of the countryside, Peter Legrangis of the Seven Wonders Book Series, weaves the Cahill family secrets into an exciting adventure. Will Amy and Dan find the clue before the evil Kabras? Read this volume to find out.

These books aren’t just kid’s stuff. Adults will find themselves guessing along while trying to remember their geography and history lessons from school. Just where do the Cahills fit into to our history as we have been told?

This book series has trading cards, a website, and other auxiliary information available to make the clue-hunting adventure more fun. Multiple authors such as Rick Riordan famous for the Percy Jackson & the Olympians book series and Gordon Korman of the Masterminds book series keeps the adventures crashing one after another.

See: www.the39clues.com for more information.

ISBN: 978-0-545-06043-1 http://www.scholastic.com

This entry was published on October 3, 2017 at 7:07 pm and is filed under American, At home, Family, Humor, Lessons from the past., Living/Style, Maze of Bones Book 1 - Rick Riordan, musings, Nostalgia, One False Note Book 2 - Gordon Korman, Parents & Kids Reading, Personal, Simple living, Teen Fiction, The 39 Clues Series Books, The Sword Thief Book 3 Peter Lerangis, Uncategorized, Winning, Writing, Young Adult Fiction. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

5 thoughts on “Book Review: The Sword Thief Book 3

  1. I’m really enjoying the series!

  2. Don’t forget to mention the one by author David Baldacci, who has 34 best selling mystery/crime novels!

  3. Pingback: Book Review: Beyond the Grave Book 4 | writingforme1961

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