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Revenge of Superstition Mountain (Missing on Superstition Mountain #3)

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In the third and final book in this action-packed trilogy, the Barker brothers and their good friend Delilah secretly climb up to Superstition Mountain one last time. There are still mysteries to solve—is the creepy librarian really the ghost of Julia Thomas from a century before? What was their uncle Hank's role in discovering the gold mine? Can they still get into the ...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published August 26th 2014 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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Sep 16, 2016 Angie rated it liked it
The Barker brothers are back in the final installment of the Superstition Mountain trilogy. They and their friend Delilah found the mine in the mountains before it was buried by an avalanche in the last book. In this book they are trying to figure out what the mysterious historical society group is up to. They are back at the ghost town trying to find clues about the deathbed gold of Jacob Waltz and trying to figure out all the clues their uncle left them. The clues lead them to his long-time ...more
The mysteries that have been puzzling the three Barker brothers and their friend Delilah are resolved in this the final book in the series. I won't spoil the fun for potential readers, but I will say that Uncle Henry turns out to have had a more complicated life than his family had realized. The youngsters once again barely escape death when they return to Superstition Mountain. Anyone who loves a good mystery or two and might relish a nighttime visit to a cemetery will enjoy this one. The ...more
Nov 24, 2014 Pat rated it liked it
Revenge of Superstition Mountain is the third and final installation of a trilogy, which combines an old-fashioned style mystery with a modern day family. The three Barker brothers and their friend Delilah search for a missing gold mine on Superstition Mountain which leads to several harrowing adventures in a cemetery and during a flash flood in the mountains. This title wraps up the loose ends from the previous books. Legends from the Apache Indians and the Superstition Mountain range in ...more
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Nov 19, 2015 Clare Rossetter rated it it was amazing
This is a well written third book in a series. I have not read the other two but was still able to follow the plot. I fully plan to read the first two volumes and add them as well to my library. There is several mysteries interwoven in the text-where is the mine and who are the people in town who are doubles for the characters from the past? What is their true goal? The children in the story are believable and would be good for a character study by students. The black and white illustrations are ...more
Michael Fitzgerald
Nov 06, 2014 Michael Fitzgerald rated it it was ok
This whole trilogy should have been cut down to a single book. After having to wade through three mediocre books, the resolution was underwhelming. The so-called climax was not very exciting, and then everything got tied up nicely with little work.

Despite the historical basis for the story, it did not rise to the level of even a run-of-the-mill Hardy Boys mystery. Thoroughly ignorable.
A fitting end to a great trilogy. This one was necessary to tie up loose ends, but it didn't have as much action as the others. Nonetheless, I readily recommend this to third through fifth/sixth grade readers. It's a fun adventure for the younger set.
Jan 05, 2015 Sarah rated it really liked it
Exciting adventure and action throughout. Good ending to the trilogy. A little predictable but kids will appreciate having everything tied up with a bow.
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Love her writing. She is very descriptive and keeps my daughter guessing.
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Elise Broach is the New York Times bestselling author of children's books including Masterpiece, Shakespeare's Secret, Desert Crossing, Missing on Superstition Mountain (the first book in the Superstition Mountain Trilogy) as well as several picture books. Her books have been selected as ALA notable books, Junior Library Guild selections, a Publishers Weekly Best Children's Book, a New York Public ...more
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