Day of DoomBook - 2013
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The final book of the series. Amy and Dan must find the vesper base and free the hostages. The final battle will come!
Amy and Dan Cahill have been gathering items for the vespers to guarantee safety over the hostages. But now the terrible endgame is revealed.
this is a very good book of the series "The 39 Clues" it has adventure and excitement and it is a very good book for you to read! I recommend it!
Day of Doom is the continuation of Trust No One and the final book in The 39 Clues Cahills vs. Vespers series. The Vespers kidnapped seven Cahills as hostages and in return for the hostages safety they want Amy and Dan Cahill to steal some items for them. On the last request the Cahills find out that the items they had stolen were going to be used to create a doomsday device and Amy just gave them the last piece they needed. Meanwhile, Dan had been collecting the serum ingredients from the clue hunt. Feeling like it was their last hope of defeating the Vespers, he recreated the serum and he drank it. Little did he know that something had been done to the drink. Now there were only six Cahill hostages left and the Vespers are stronger than they ever were before. They have the final piece of the doomsday device but the Cahills weren’t about to let the Vespers get away with their plans. Once again the fate of the world depends on Amy, Dan and the Cahill family. David Baldacci is a new author to the 39 Clues family and he did an amazing job writing the book. The book was thrilling and so descriptive that I felt like I was running along with the Cahills trying to stop the vespers’ evil plan. The book was filled with plot twists that will surprise even the most dedicated 39 Clues readers and surprises that will keep you hanging on the edge of your seat. Characters will switch sides and the further you read the harder it is to tell who is on the Cahill’s side or who works for Vesper one’s organization. Over all the book was great and it is a definite must read for any 39 Clues fan.
tHIS IS THE LAMEST SUMMERIE:
It started with a kidnapping. A shadowy organization known only as the Vespers snatched seven members of the Cahill family and demanded a series of bizarre ransoms from around the world. Thirteen-year-old Dan Cahill and his older sister Amy began a global treasure hunt, determined to bring back whatever Vesper One needed, so long as it kept the hostages safe. But when they deliver the last ransom, Amy and Dan discover Vesper One's terrifying endgame. The objects he demanded are vital pieces in a Vesper plot that will harm millions of innocent people. Now the two siblings and their friends are in an all-out sprint to stop Vesper One before the whole world goes boom!
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“He looked around at the others....They were all staring at their computers, or reading books or newspapers. Not one of them has noticed the weather. Maybe that's how the world was now....Everyone was so wrapped up in his or her own little world that no one ever really saw anything anymore.”
― David Baldacci, Day of Doom