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The Redcoat Chase (The 39 Clues: The Cahill Files #3)

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ebook, 90 pages
Published July 3rd 2012 by Scholastic
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Another fast paced and light read for the Cahill Files. I still like Clifford Riley's narrative which is very practical and easy to fathom.

Frederick Warren doesn't know he's a Cahill until his parents decided to tell him the truth about their family as the powerful family in history of mankind. Again the Vespers are on the move to capture Gideon's ring for them to accomplish their evil plans and destroy everyone's freedom in the world. Frederick managed to go to the President's house as per Ram
Frederick just found out that he is a Cahill. Circumstances arrive and he takes on a mission to deliver a message to the President before the Redcoat's arrive to burn the house down. But the map to Gideon's ring is hidden somewhere in the President's house and time is running out before the Vesper's come. Frederick has to over come his carefree lifestyle and put others before himself.

I didn't care for the second half of the book after Dolley left and Frederick was on his own.
I think I've mentioned before that, in some ways, I like the novellas a bit more than the series because they give you shorter stories that don't seem to drag on forever.

I'm torn on how much I liked this one. I liked getting a story from the War of 1812 period, but I'm not entirely happy with how the author portrayed Dolley Madison—I believe she had significantly more mettle than he gave her credit for. Giving her doubt is one thing, which I think it is good to do, but he stripped her of her br
This was a great book. I loved learning about more Cahills. I really enjoyed reading this book.
Ok but I prefer the 39 Clues titles featuring Amy and Dan
I adored this story. Usually, the stories set further back in time are harder for me to get into (for this series anyway) but something about Frederick just made my day. He was adorable, and he fought so hard. And his instant relationship with the First Lady was cute too. My favourite of the Cahill Files so far!
Another adventure worth reading. Each version just keeps improving. Characters come alive. Believable plot. Anyone looking for a hook to get younger folks reading this is series you should investigate.
Smart spin about the White House burning and how Dolley Madison saved Washington's portrait!!!
Better than the submarine job I really enjoyed this one
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