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Author: Patrick Carman
ISBN: 0545090636
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Pages 176 pages
Publisher Scholastic Press (August 11, 2009)
Language English
Category: For Children
Rating: 4.5
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by Patrick Carman


THE BLACK CIRCLE The 39 Clues Book 05 Patrick Carman CHAPTER 1 Amy Cahill liked to be the first one . Dan held out a few bills and waited. We're not in New York," Amy hissed. Try to act like you have a clue.

THE BLACK CIRCLE The 39 Clues Book 05 Patrick Carman CHAPTER 1 Amy Cahill liked to be the first one up in the morning. As if by magic, a black-and-white car with a monstrous luggage rack pulled up and skidded to a stop. An Egyptian man jumped out and waved Dan and Amy over. Come, come! I have nice car for you!"

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Each book in THE 39 CLUES series just makes me wonder one thing: is the ending going to be a let-down, or is it. .

Each book in THE 39 CLUES series just makes me wonder one thing: is the ending going to be a let-down, or is it going to be amazing? I keep trying to figure out what the end result - what all the clues are going to create - will be, but I'm stumped. Well, not exactly stumped. the ending might not live up to itself.

Bestselling author Patrick Carman sends Dan and Amy on a twisting thrill ride adventure in the highly anticipated Book Five of the 39 Clues series. Join any time to play for the chance to win!

Bestselling author Patrick Carman sends Dan and Amy on a twisting thrill ride adventure in the highly anticipated Book Five of the 39 Clues series. Join any time to play for the chance to win! Where are amy and dan cahill? The two kids were last seen in Egypt, hunting for one of the 39 Clues that could make them the most powerful people on earth. But no one has seen the siblings since. Has the ruthless Irina Spasky finally tracked them down? Or worse.

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She advanced on them quickly, crossing the room like a black cat until she had them cornered. Tell me what you have found

My brother - There are but a few ingredients I lack, though this is only half the battle. She advanced on them quickly, crossing the room like a black cat until she had them cornered. Tell me what you have found. Quickly!" "Nothing yet. We're still looking," said Dan. It was a pathetic attempt.

The Black Circle is the fifth book of the The 39 Clues, written by Patrick Carman. The book starts with Amy and Dan Cahill getting a telegram at midnight. Fearing for their lives, they quickly changed hotels. The telegram told them to go to a locker in the airport, but to come alone. They leave Nellie a note and leave. They are closely followed by Hamilton Holt. In the airport, they lose him, but then run into Ian and Natalie Kabra. Dan makes a run for it but Ian grabs Amy quickly

The highly anticipated Book Five of the #1 bestselling The 39 Clues series.A strange telegram lures fourteen-year-old Amy Cahill and her younger brother, Dan, deep into Russia and away from the only trustworthy adult they know. Signed with the initials NRR, the telegram launches a race to uncover a treasure stolen by the Nazis and the truth about the murder of the last Russian royal family. All too soon, the treasure hunt starts to smell like a Lucian trap. But the bait might just be irresistible . . . what will Amy and Dan risk to find out what really happened on the night their parents died?
Kazijora
Each book in THE 39 CLUES series just makes me wonder one thing: is the ending going to be a let-down, or is it going to be amazing? I keep trying to figure out what the end result -- what all the clues are going to create -- will be, but I'm stumped. Well, not exactly stumped. I have a few ideas, but I'm afraid that if I'm right... the ending might not live up to itself.

And with the newest installment, book 5, THE BLACK CIRCLE, things are still continuing to spin in some interesting directions. Lots of questions that have been lingering since the beginning keep doing just that: lingering. We're getting licks of answers, but nothing definite. And there are definitely a few new twists thrown into things this time. Is everyone really who they say they are? Can Dan and Amy really trust anyone?

THE BLACK CIRCLE sends the Cahill siblings off to Russia, where they chase down riddles left for them by someone only calling themselves "NRR." Is it a trap? Or is it really leading them to some of the biggest answers to their biggest questions?

The writing is pretty crisp here, and Patrick Carman definitely keeps things moving along nicely and in a similiar style to the previous books. The only thing I did notice was some of the cheesy humour employed by the other authors. And maybe part of that is the fact that things are getting a bit darker and more serious as the race for the clues goes on.

All in all, THE BLACK CIRCLE probably ranks 2nd or 3rd from what's come so far, and the entire series is definitely worth a good read.
Bedy
This book has most of the features of the previous books in the series. We have a new author but, as with the previous books, the authorial voice, the characters, virtually everything is totally consistent. The plot inches forward as a new clue is uncovered but progress is also made in the ongoing subplot involving Amy and Dan's parents.

A few new twists keep the book fresh. Amy and Dan's au pair Nellie is completely offstage in this book although there is a broad hint that there is more to her than previously suspected. Our heroes spend the book jumping through the hoops held up by a mysterious benefactor who has a very interesting background.

The book is set almost entirely in Russia with various Russian landmarks playing prominent roles. Irina and the Kabras naturally have a big role. The Holts interestingly enough not only fulfill their usual role as comic relief but actually work effectively as allies to Amy and Dan and irritants to the Kabras.

Highly recommended. The series has been quite entertaining to this point.
Tto
The central theme of this Series, is the relationship of Dan and Amy and it must stay consistent and believable throughout the series. Patrick Carman did a great job creating a believable brother sister team.
Patrick Carman's description of all the Russian sights made we really want to see them myself. I ended up looking them all up so I could see pictures of them. After reading The Black Circle, I now want to travel to Russian and study Russia's history.
Bulace
grandaughter loves these books
Iriar
This book series is great. My family and I started with Percy Jackson and now here we are with the 39 clues, that keep us all alert waiting for the next book in the series to be available.
It is a good way for your children to get involved in reading and the website adds also to the clues hunting.
Strongly recomend to follow the series
Thanks!
Kirizius
great
Malalanim
9 year old son is enthralled with these books. the 39 Clues series have kept him interested in reading.
Granddaughter loved it