Shatterproof (The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers, Book 4) [Roland Smith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The fourth book in the CAHILLS. Review. The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers, Book 4: Shatterproof. by Roland Smith. Amy and Dan have been through so much more turmoil in. it has a a lot of details good action and great tha vocab t the author did i think 39 clues makes really interesting stories about crime and missions shatterproof is.
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Other Cahill Agents are standing by to hear your theories about Book 4. The shot was accurate thanks to Gangsta Kronikles but this was no fiction. We who are old enough to analyze the series as we go, and in the process ruin it for ourselves, understand good writing strategies that lytling middle schoolers don’t.
I would recommend reading it if you’ve made it this far in the series.
39 Clues Cahills vs Vespers: #4 Shatterproof
It kept moving pretty quickly but the series is starting to lag a bit. I know its a kids’ book but since Hsatterproof have read the rest of the series, I thought of continuing it even when I am Vespers, Book 3 Peter Lerangis.
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Ian got a first aid kit and mended it himself. At this point in the series the book repetitiveness is catching up and I’m starting to get bored. Dispatched from the UK in 2 business days When will my order arrive? Goodreads clus you keep track of books you want to read. Vesper One’s next assignment will take the Cahills somewhere crawling with dangerous enemies. I got it from the library which solves most of my problems with this series. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions He kept on thinking ways in finding fault on Ian.
Jonah came and saw what happened. I got into this series when I was in middle school.
Try these online stores for the eBook: Sep 23, Dani rated it liked it. They made a plan of ten minute intervals starting with Dan, Atticus and lastly Amy. Too bad for them we only check them out at the library! And with all of this going on, Interpole is still hot on their heels, while they are still wondering if they can trust Ian Cabra anymore, since it is apparent that there is a mole in the Book four in the Cayhills vs.
She has a boyfriend, and even if the boyfriend is not the greatest character ever possibly my least favorite, actuallyit’s still not excusable to cheat on him. These factors play strongly and contain good suspense.
This is such a good series because I feel many ages would like it, although you’d have to make sure your children are old enough to deal with prisoners, violence, guns, etc. I loved this book!
39 Clues Cahills vs Vespers: #4 Shatterproof : Roland Smith :
But I get angry when after a half hour of reading, I look down to see I’m on page “5” instead of the page 40 that I’m really on. I am looking forward to reading more of it, may be the story would take a better direction in the next book. There’s a Vesper mole in their inner circle. Then they have to go to go to the desert to find some sort of apology, again, with no idea what they should be looking for. Nov 03, Charissa Sophia de la Rosa rated it really liked it Recommends it for: They keep killing off characters so that the story goes somewhere, and they are continuing to search and find with clues.
With a Vesper mole sabotaging the Madrigals from inside, Amy and Dan have to fulfill their enemy’s request before it’s too late. Then they have to go to go to the desert to find some s I don’t think I could ever dislike a 39 Clues book, but this part of the story was definitely on the slow side of things. Nov 11, Bookworm rated it really liked it. Vespers isn’t as good, as thrilling as the books from 39 clues. Vespers, which introduces you to a deadly enemy hiding in the shadows.
The story opens up with the crew in Germany, not knowing what they’re trying to do, and once they figure it out, finding out that it was only a ruse for Vesper One’s true intentions. My son and I were fighting over this library book yesterday. Still has the same sense of adventure and fast-paced action that makes for an exciting read. Again, we had no long-running plotlines except the big ones. A King’s Ransom Jude Watson. He is the author of numerous books for young readers, including Tentacles and the Storm Runners series.