Vespers, 6 Write a review Nov 13, Jessica rated it liked it I feel like Im being a bit generous with three stars here. This is definitely not the worst book Ive ever read, but it is far from one of the best. There were sections here and there that I liked, but the overall lack of plot and obvious rush to wrap everything up dragged my rating down to three stars. Its borderlining two stars, but I decided to round up like I usually do.
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The 39 Clues books and card packs as of August The path Amy and Dan took in the first ten books. Amy and Dan pursue the Clues while evading the sabotage of other Cahills.
Each book chronicles one location which Amy, Dan, and their au pair Nellie travel to and focuses on one historical character associated with a Clue. At her funeral, her lawyer, William McIntyre, tells Dan, Amy, and their other relatives, of a choice between one million dollars and a chance to participate in the Clue hunt. They find a hidden library and a clue. The mansion shortly burns down due to the Holts. After convincing their au pair, Nellie, to chaperone their trip, Amy and Dan travel to Paris, where they follow a trail of ciphers and traps that lead them to the catacombs under the city.
Then, at an old church, they find the clue in a vial. Then Kabras steals the vial, but Dan solves the puzzle and discovers the clue: "iron solute", an anagram for the word "resolution".
There is also a secret piece of sheet music. En route to Vienna, the Holts try to steal the clue from Amy, Dan, and Nellie, only to find it torn to shreds by Saladin. Luckily, Dan had already stored it in his photographic memory, and he copies it down after they leave.
They steal the diary back. Amy and Dan think it was caused by the mysterious man in black, who has been at every major disaster that has happened to them. However, they later find out that the explosion was caused by Alistair Oh.
Dan, Amy, and Nellie then go to Venice, where Dan and Amy sneak into the Janus stronghold and steal a very important clue from the Janus and escape, only to be kidnapped by the Kabras later.
The Kabras let them go, finding nothing on them. Luckily, Dan and Amy had hid the clue on a boat shortly before being kidnapped by the Kabras. They retrieve the clue and sneak into a museum. However, a note triggers a booby trap that knocks Ian out. Natalie gets hit with a dart from her own dart gun that Dan throws at her. He and Amy find the second clue, tungsten by playing the piece correctly, and a pair of Japanese swords, a hint for their next destination. It was written by Peter Lerangis and published on March 3, The Kabras have an interesting coin which they think might be a clue.
Dan decodes an anagram and tricks the Kabras, who escape and seal everyone else in the cave. Alistair is presumed to be dead, but turns out he faked it. After escaping, Dan, Amy, and Nellie head for Egypt, as hinted in the anagram. It was written by Jude Watson and published on June 2, Nellie finds them and sets them free.
Jonah Wizard later traps them in a deserted island on the Nile. Some local fisherman save them and return them to Egypt. They find the fourth clue, half a gram of myrrh, through a Sakhet statue Grace left them. It was written by Patrick Carman and published on August 11, Upon their arrival, another hint from NRR leads them to a credit card and false passports belonging to their dead parents. She escaped to live with a low profile.
A blood disorder stops her from joining the Clue hunt. Amy and Dan make an alliance with the Holts, and discover a stronghold. It reveals the next clue, Amber. Isabel tries to feed Amy to sharks, but Hamilton Holt foils her plot. Isabel sets fire to their hut. Irina Spasky dies while saving Amy, Dan and Alistair. Near the end of the book, they suspect that Nellie is spying on them for someone else.
It was written by Peter Lerangis and published on February 2, They infiltrate a Tomas stronghold, and the Holts chase them. They think the clue is diamond and so does the Kabras. It was written by Gordon Korman and published on April 6, They split up following an argument but reunite at Mount Everest, where they find a Janus vial left by British mountaineer George Mallory.
They battle Eisenhower Holt and Ian Kabra over a partial serum. Ian falls, and Amy sacrifices the serum to save him. When Dan thinks they have lost the clue, Amy shows him the poem on a silk fabric they found in Beijing and tells him the next clue is raw silkworm secretion. They realize that a formula on the silk means that four partial serums add up to one master serum. Dan shows Amy the locket he found at a Shaolin temple, which contains an inscription of the name of the pirate Anne Bonnie.
They decide their next destination is the Caribbean. It was written by Linda Sue Park and published on May 25, Amy and Dan continue their hunt in the Bahamas and Jamaica. They distrust Nellie after discovering that she works for William McIntyre.
First, they go to Oceanus, an amusement park in the Bahamas. Dan enjoys all of the rides for two hours, and he meets up with Nellie and Amy seven minutes after two p.
Amy and Dan reluctantly agree when Nellie says that she is going with them. When the tour docks at a cove, the first mate gives Amy and Dan a piece of paper with a message on it.
Meanwhile, Natalie Kabra recounts how she had been experiencing nightmares for a week about Dan and Amy almost dying while being pushed to a propeller by her mother Isabel, and there is no sound except for laughter. The Cahills find a Tomas bear claw in the cave.
However, Amy is injured when the tide comes in and she hits her head on rocks. Soon, the group decides to head out of the Bahamas to Jamaica. At the Montego Bay airport, they find a hotel and settle in. Following a lead, they head to Spanish Town, and continue the hunt. They also meet a historian and librarian, Lester, and his grandma, Miss Alice.
They head out to the Port Royal excavation site with Lester, and find a box Grace donated that can fit the objects they collected. They cannot open the box. Lester, who had the box, leads them into quicksand, but gets stuck himself, and drowns. Afterwards, the siblings quit the hunt. Instead of driving them to the airport, Nellie stops at Moore town and gives the box to an infamous "Man In Black", who has been following Dan and Amy, he gives the siblings one hour to open the box.
Amy inserts the strip to the final slit and the box springs open. It contains a poem by Madeleine Cahill the fifth child of Gideon and Olivia Cahill, unbeknownst to all but Olivia and the clue of mace. He reveals the existence of the Madrigal branch, a previously unknown part of the Cahill family, and grants them and Nellie active Madrigal status Nellie was the first person non blood related madrigal to ever join. It was written by Margaret Peterson Haddix and published on August 31, All the Cahills go to the Globe Theater in London and fight over a note.
Amy and Dan get most of the note, while others come out with nothing or a little hint. All the teams dig up a grave which leads them to the Cahill island at the home of the founder, Gideon Cahill. They go through a gauntlet with a series of questions for each of the branch members. Isabel Kabra captures them and threatens to kill their loved ones if they do not reveal their clues.
The last clue is the serum formula, which Dan memorizes, but no one wants it anymore. Amy and Dan reunite the Cahills, who are all going to have different lives now. They go back to their normal lives, each earning two million dollars.
Main article: Vespers Rising Vespers Rising is the eleventh and final book in the original series, published on April 5, Cahills vs. Vespers[ edit ] Cahills vs. Vespers is the second series in The 39 Clues franchise. It revolves around the now united Cahill family fighting the Vespers. It was written by Jude Watson and published on December 6, Amy and Dan are in Santa Maria Novella train station in Florence when they come across a girl named Vanessa Mallory, who is Cheyenne Wyoming in disguise, and use her as a distraction to get into the train for Lucerne, Switzerland , where Vesper One is sending them for their next mission: find the De Virga world map.
From information translated from German de Virga map archives, Amy concludes that they have to search Neuschwanstein Castle. Amy and Dan find a black notebook owned by Sparrow, a.
Jane Sperling, at the castle. Inside is a note that leads to the de Virga map. Analysis comes from the Cahill Command Center about the notes: they refer to a Johannes Kepler book recovered from the castle. Erasmus, a Cahill, explains that Arthur was initiated into the Vespers but later cut off ties with them. Inside, Katja Mavel, the library director, gives them what they want.
The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers Series
Nowhere to Run Day of Doom is the sixth book and the final installment in the Cahills vs. Vespers series. It comes with cards But the world of the 39 Clues is not for the faint-hearted.
Day of Doom
Cahills vs. Vespers Mission 6: Day Of Doom