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Score: 9.8/10  [1 review]
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ProdID: 6686 - The 39 Clues Doublecross: 2 Hindenburg
Author: C. Alexander Londonv

The 39 Clues Doublecross: 2  Hindenburg
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The 39 Clues Doublecross: 2 Hindenburg product reviews

THE SECOND BOOK IN THE 4-BOOK 39 CLUES: DOUBLECROSS SERIES. Set in London. The most powerful family history has ever known returns with a vengeance in The 39 Clues: Doublecross. Never turn your back on the Cahill family.

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Review by: shellcruise (Shelley)
Dated: 22nd of November, 2015

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This Review: 9.8/10
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I have to say this book had me hooked from the start and I could not put it down until I had finished. I was so involved with the book I had no idea that the phone had gone and took a while for me to realise someone was calling my name. It is a very fast read with nice easy chapters that keep you wanting to find out what will happen next.

Having read the first book of this series I was already up to play and knew exactly what was happening. A new puzzle has been set forth and they must quickly solve it to save innocent people from being killed. At the same time they are still trying to figure out who the Outcast is. The team is still split up and each working on various missions to aid in letting them win. With only a poem as there only clue they must put on the pieces together.

As the book has so many characters I liked that each chapter told you the location of where this part was being set. It helped eliminate other members and helped remind you of what 'story' you where reading about. I found the writing very fast paced and at times you could feel the urgency in the words or the actions of the various people. definitely a great series to read and can not wait for the third part to come out.

Another factor to the book is the game you can play on line. Each book comes with its own code so you can become a member of the Cahills, the most powerful family the world has ever known. The Cahills need YOUR help to stop the Outcast and on a personal note I am dying to know who he is or maybe I have figured it out already.........

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