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Trust No One (The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers #5)

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When seven members of their family were kidnapped, thirteen-year-old Dan Cahill and his older sister, Amy, got ready for the fight of their lives. But their enemy, a terrifying group known as the Vespers, remained frustratingly elusive. They stay in the shadows, picking off Cahills one by one.

And now the Vespers have landed their most serious blow yet - a blow that strikes
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Hardcover, 190 pages
Published December 4th 2012 by Scholastic Trade (first published December 2012)
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Aurora
WHAT. THE. HECK. JUST. HAPPENED.

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So...yeah. Now I'm trying not to throw my bo
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Bookworm007
OH MY GOD CAN THESE 39 CLUES COVERS GET ANYMORE TEASING-Y?????

Like hello if you're gonna reveal the cover, can you at least bump up the release date????!? So that we don't die from sitting here and waiting and waiting and waiting and breathing and waiting and waiting??!!?

Ahhh!! XDDD


edit on Feb 8, 2013

Ok there had BETTER be another series after Day of Doom or so help me.
Justin
"I thought you at least had SOME sense of honor -- in your sick, twisted way" HOW COULD YOU DO THIS?"

Amy and Dan Cahill, with the Rosenblooms, Jake and Atticus, are back in the States for the next artifact Vesper 1 wants them to steal so that he will let the 7 (view spoiler) hostages go free. This time, the Voynich, the mysterious manuscript found in 1912. But that's not even the worst of their troubles. They have found out that there is a mole in thei
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Harrison
Ok. First things first, I must say this. This to me, beats Percy Jackson, the Pendragon series, and the previous 39 Clues. To all those Rick Riordan fans out there: I'm sorry. This book is amazing. First of all, the cover is fantastic. With plenty of puzzles in the book, it makes it very frustrating to remember your page number. The search for the Voynich Folio 74 is filled with danger, and an old enemy. I can't wait for the "final" book by David Baldacci, because OH BOY does it end on a cliffha ...more
William
WE ARE DONE. I CANNOT TAKE THIS ANYMORE.

These books are so good. OMG. Sorry this review makes no sense. Just leave me alone to die. (in my FEELS)

ERMERGERD, this was so good, omg omg omg. Bye now. More tangible review to follow later once my feels are restored to normal.
Amanda Gray
I started the original series when it came out and have been reading the books since. I have to admit, I'm glad this is the penultimate book - it is time for the series to end! The storyline is still perfectly fine but it really is starting to feel like the story has just been dragged on for a bit too long - over 3 years since the first book, with one book about every three months. I still love the whole concept of different authors writing different parts. The characters are so well known at th ...more
Amber Ditullio
I love the 39 Clues series. I have since the first series and I'm finding this second series isn't disappointing. So much so that I made sure I was first on the waiting list for the digital audio copy of this book.

Trust No One is the fourth book in the second series and continues Amy, Dan, Atticus and Jake's quest to both steal for Vesper One and figure out what he's doing so they can stop him. This time, they've been sent to Yale to steal the Voynich manuscript. But what they need from it isn't
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Wendy Kuzma
I am a little disappointed at the use of foul language in this book which we have so far not seen in this series. It was mild and not used a lot but is definitely a change from the previous books.
Jab843
Excellent book to continue the series with! If you don't want spoilers, then only read this review up to the spoilers section...

Firstly, this book has been my favorite in the Cahill vs Vespers series so far. For many reasons, chiefly among which is that it is not only action packed, but sees some of the largest shifts in plot seen so far.

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Suzan
Dec 15, 2012 Suzan rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Anyone that's read the series
I really enjoyed this installment of the series. It seems Amy has hit the proverbial wall in this book and I hope she breaks past it in the next. She seems to be falling into a serious depression and breakdown at the end of the book leaving Dan to have to step up at the end. Dan also finally make sthe serum and takes it, I'm off two minds on this, maybe Amy's worry over the serum is unnecessary and it won't change Dan for the worst, in which case I hope he made enough for her and gets her to tak ...more
A
I have to say that there aren't much books so wonderfully spectacular that I was forced to do a review because it was so damn freaking awesome. Usually the books that make me do this are also the ones that made me scream out loud until my mother finally gives me the 'Why-is-my-child-so-crazy?' look.

Trust No One has got to be the most tense book of the whole Vesper vs. Cahill series, except the last book but then again, it isn't out yet. (A fact that I regret after reading this book in under four
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Jim
This was an interesting book as you finally learn who the Vesper mole is and their motivation. However, the book seems to be pretty inconsistent. I think that has to do with the fact each book is by a different author and I'm not sure there was great collaboration between the author of the previous book and this one. At the end of book four, Jonah has what is a rather life changing event. Jonah and Hamilton virtually disappear from this book till the very end but the major event from the previou ...more
Courtney
Quick read! This newest installment of the Cahills vs. Vespers series was really good! Filled with action and fight scenes, I think the kids in my library will enjoy it. We finally find out who the Cahill mole is and what the Vespers are up to. And spoiler alert: One of the hostages does die in this book. Dan becomes stronger as Amy starts to struggle in this book. Usually it was the other way around. These are definitely darker than the original series, but as the kids who read them have grown ...more
Jeanne
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Rithika Bayipati
This book is probably one of my favorites from the entire 39 Clues as well as Cahills Vs. Vespers series. The writing style is great, with eloquent action scenes and lots of comedic moments. The balance between the two types of scenes is also very good, and the story definitely keeps you on your toes. The author is also very good at writing what she writes, which was very big on me at any romantic scenes, since I really didn't like what the previous (and next) author does. Back to the humor, my ...more
Marie Clarisse
Great, just great. I've marathoned the first five books of this spin-off series, only to find the ending of this one to be a cliffhanger. I've rummaged through our bookshelf in search for the final installment, Day of Doom, but it turns out my brother hasn't bought it yet! Now I have no other choice but to do what I hate doing most: waiting.
Zaira
Wow! Wow! I mean, really? Gah!

Dan and Amy (and Jake and Atticus) are travelling around the world trying to figure out what in the world the Vespers are trying to do. Maybe they don't want to know, but what with family and others being held hostage, they don't exactly have a choice but to stop them. Surprises and sadness is what this book is.

Despite that, this book was pretty great. There was some great action scenes, lots of funny parts, and then some emotional parts that I'm glad were added in.
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Christy
When seven members of their family were kidnapped, thirteen-year-old Dan Cahill and his older sister, Amy, got ready for the fight of their lives. But their enemy, a terrifying group known as the Vespers, remained frustratingly elusive. They stay in the shadows, picking off Cahills one by one.

And now the Vespers have landed their most serious blow yet - a blow that strikes at the very heart of the Cahill family. Because Amy and Dan discover that there's a Vesper mole in their innermost circle. A
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Susan
When seven members of their family were kidnapped, thirteen-year-old Dan Cahill and his older sister, Amy, got ready for the fight of their lives. But their enemy, a terrifying group known as the Vespers, remained frustratingly elusive. They stay in the shadows, picking off Cahills one by one. And now the Vespers have landed their most serious blow yet ? A blow that strikes at the very heart of the Cahill family. Because Amy and Dan discover that there's a Vesper mole in their innermost circle. ...more
Johnp
I’ve come to be prepared for anything and everything in this series, and that’s just about what I got from this installment of the Cahill versus Vespers series.

Linda Sue Park weaves a story that includes double-crosses, assassins, a trip to Brazil, a page from a centuries-old manuscript stuck in a crack, the death of one of the hostages, a knife fight and a mental breakdown by Amy…Whoa.

In all this, we *finally* get a sense of what the Vespers are planning – of course, it isn’t anything good! Sti
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Joshua
Can't believe Sinead is the mole, so sad that uncle alistair died!
Pat (Get Kids to Read) Tierney
In the 39 Clues series things just keep getting more intense. Without spoiling the major events, there are seven members of the Cahill family held hostage by the organization known as the Vespers. Vesper One is holding all the cards. But who is he? There are some hints that he could be someone Dan and Amy knew. But what hope of stopping Vesper One do they have if there is a traitor within their innermost circle.
This book was very good, it picks up the intensity and throws it into 5th gear as it
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Anne Hamilton
I liked A Single Shard so much that I started to look for more books by Linda Sue Park. You know how it is. Find a new author: check out the oeuvre.

Well, if I'd realised this was part of a multi-author series before I ordered it, I might have thought twice. If I'd realised it was the fifth book in the series, I'd have changed my mind.

But... ... the plot isn't hard to pick up. Sufficient information about the backstory is provided to make it relatively easy to follow the action.

This is a fast, p
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Suz
In this fifth installment of the Cahills vs. Vespers, the demands of the kidnappers revolve around an ancient manuscript, writings and inventions of Archimedes, and the Madrigal ring. Amy, Dan, and the rest of their team have no choice; they must do as they are ordered or the hostages will be killed. They rush from New York to Brazil and back while they send Jonah and Hamilton to Italy in search of clues. The boys actually run into a scholar who is an expert on Archimedes and learn some valuable ...more
Sophia Mim
It was okay, I guess. MUCH better than the last one. My only complaint is that the authors seem to be contradicting themselves in each book- it's as if they had their own internal arguments about the personalities of the characters, and development of the story- I didn't see this on the original 39 Clues series. So I don't know if they're doing this on purpose (in which case I think they should organize their ideas a little better) or if they're actually rebelling against each other (if so then, ...more
Barb Middleton
A spell of time has passed since I read a book I really liked in this series. I skimmed a previous one (can't remember which one) and it was so unbelievable, I lost my desire to read them. This series always has plenty of action, but I thought the historical details had become second citizens in the plot and the characters weren't changing enough to hold my interest. Linda Sue Park gives the series the boost I think it needs, balancing the writing elements of a believable plot along with charact ...more
Srivaishnavi Danthurty
I waited long and hard to read this book. Usually the eBooks come out close after the releasing date. For this book however, it took be a whole month and a week to get my hands on the second to last boOk of my most favourite book series in the world.

This book, i must say, was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. the plot is, as always, captivating and enthralling, giving you a unputdownable piece of fiction. The stakes are getting higher, th death toll increases and the tension increases as well. Amy, Dan, Jake
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Princess Mika
I'm learning to love Sinead since the 2nd series of the 39 clues but I easily got turned off since I read this book. I can't believe Sinead, who is Amy's best friend, and to whom the whole family trusted to is the mole and the traitor within. :( How could she have done that to them, to Ian, whom she make them believe that he's the mole, who's really not and worse, she shot Amy's neck with a SwissMiniGUn?! Luckily, it was amazing how fast Amy's self-defense mechanism kicked in. Thanks to Sensai T ...more
Yukiraking
I don't know what to say about this one. My mind is still reeling from the last 10 pages or so. Things escalated so quickly, and all of the pieces finally fit together--and boy is the finale going to be intense!

I was a tad disappointed in Amy this time around. I could understand how she ended up that way--the pressure, the circumstances, the consequences--but she'd been the strongest sibling this entire series up until this point. Dan's had drastic highs and lows, emotionally, throughout their j
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Angie

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I have enjoyed the 30 clues series from the start. I loved the whole idea of all these books being written by different authors. This book was good at pushing the plot toward the end of the series. To be honest I am getting a little tired of following the main characters (Dan and Amy) around the world and finding clues. If the series continues after Day of Doom (which is the book after this one) then I probably won't continue. I was a little disappointed i
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Linda Sue Park is a Korean American author of children's fiction. Park published her first novel, Seesaw Girl, in 1999. To date, she has written six children’s novels and five picture books for younger readers. Park’s work achieved prominence when she received the prestigious 2002 Newbery Medal for her novel A Single Shard.

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