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March (Conspiracy 365 #3)

4.13 of 5 stars 4.13  ·  rating details  ·  1,539 ratings  ·  86 reviews
On New Year's Eve, Cal is chased down the street by a staggering, sick man with a deadly warning They killed your father. They'll kill you. You must survive the next 365 days. Hurled into a life on the run the 15-year-old fugitive is isolated and alone. Hunted by the law and ruthless criminals, Cal must somehow uncover the truth about his father's mysterious death and a hi ...more
Hardcover, 181 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by Kane/Miller Book Publishers (first published 2010)
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Conspiracy 365: March is the third book in the series of Conspiracy 365. Callum Ormond, the main character, is still on the run - from it seems like everyone (the police, Sligo's thugs,...). The book starts with Cal narrowly escaping an oncoming train with the help of Repro, who lives at the train yard. While he's away, his Uncle Rafe and sister, Gabbi, were assaulted and the police think Cal is the one who did it. He returns to his hideout on St. John Street, and he and Boges look at his dad's ...more
Wilmer Castillo
Oh my gosh, guess what. No, I didn’t get hit by a car. I read the most spectacular, emotion, upbringing, action book. This book is called March Conspiracy 356 by Gabriel Lord. This book is mainly about a fifteen year old preteen who is figuring out his dad’s family riddle. There are many people after the Ormond riddle, but that because they want the riches that come with it.
In this book I really love how Callum, the main character, started flirting with a girl named Winter. Winter is Callum’s wo
Marcos H
Conspiracy 365 March is the third book in the conspiracy series. It is about a kid named Callum Ormond. He isn't your normal kid. He has a "cure" the says that he has 365 days to live. The only problem is that he is being chased by a group of people that are trying to kill him. In the meantime he is also thing to figure out what does the drawing that his dad sent him mean.

I real enjoyed read this book. This book got me on the edge of my seat. I like how the author described the science that the
Wesley Campbell
The style of writing does not improve in March. It's still quite primitive and relies on the reader's imagination to fill in the blanks. But I am used to that by now and look forward to April. There's still no storyline, just a gradual increase of plot, with multiple excursions of episodic excitement. I am convinced Conspiracy 365 is written for short attention span youth and can be best used as an introduction to the world of books for a more television/movie oriented audience. It's short, jour ...more
Jack M
I read "March" in the conspiracy 365 series. I enjoyed this book, however, it is getting a little predictable. I still am getting in to it but if these same events keep happening, I think I'll get bored of it

In this book, Cal is still in the run from the cops, Sligo, Oreana de La'force, and still trying to figure out the clues. He is inching closer to finding out each individual picture, but he can't put them together. The cops are close on his tail and his mother still won't believe him. How wi
March is the third installment to the Conspiracy 365 series. Callum Ormond is the main character and is on the run from the cops and from Sligo's slugs. Callum almost gets run over by a train at the beginning of the book and he continues on to meet with different people to try and find the secret of the Ormond Singularity. Will Callum get more information about the secret? Or will he get caught by the people that are chasing after him? I got this book from Noah and Gabe. I really enjoyed this bo ...more
seperti nonton film seri, selalu menegangkan di akhir cerita dan kemudian anda melihat 1 kata "bersambung". ppfffff....

*horeee,, dapat 2 pembatas buku*
Matthew Macdonald
Conspiracy 365 March by Gabrielle Lord is an action, fun, and thrill seeking packed adventure book. It is about a teenage boy named Cal. He is being hunt down by these thug groups but keeps escaping. His sister is in a come and his uncle is serious hurt. And Cal is a wanted criminal.
This book takes place in modern time. It is a book that is very thrilling and exciting. Conspiracy 365 March is a good book and even a better series.
I highly consider this book to everybody even if not really inter
Dylan Unruh
This is the 3rd book in the conspiracy 365 series. At the beginning of this book Callum has passed out on the tracks and a train is coming at him. He wakes up in an underground room with a man he doesn't know. His name is Repro and has given him stitches for his wounds in his underground railway system. He lets him stay there for a few days because he can't get back to his hideout. Repro later makes him leave and Cal has to get back to his other hideout. Winter and Boges meet up again and end u ...more
Conspiracy 365: March by Gabrielle Lord, 2010, 181 pages
As Callum Ormond escapes a lion attack in Febuary he meets a gentalman who is also on the run like him. Repro is his name. Repro helps Cal after the lion attack stiching him back up, and helping him get back on his feet. As well as helping figure out the Ormond Sigularity making Cal one step closer to unraveling the true about his fathers death. After leaving for Cal's uncle's mansion looking for some answers. He noticed that he's being fol
Matthew Janssen
March Conspiracy 365 is the third book in the Conspiracy 365 series by Australian author Gabrielle Lord. Cal is once again rescued from certain death, this time by a character named Repro who stitches his wounds and gives him shelter in a secret hideout under the railways for a while. After an episode in which Boges and Winter meet, and Cal ends up tranquilising a cop, Cal finally meets up with the mysterious Jennifer Smith, but ends up struck by a death adder. This, he manages to escape through ...more
Rachel Lightwood
2 Stars

Some unavoidable spoilers for January and February contained within this review.

Cal is about to be hit by a subway train when we last saw him in February. He is miraculously saved - of course! - by a homeless and fellow criminal named Repro who stiches up his wounds and provides a shelter to sleep under for a few days. After that Cal is back in the game with more houses to break into, clues to solve and close encounters with policemen, railway inspectors, Red Singlet and we finally get
March Conspiracy 365 is the third book in the Conspiracy 365 series by Australian author Gabrielle Lord. Cal is once again rescued from certain death, this time by a character named Repro who stitches his wounds and gives him shelter in a secret hideout under the railways for a while. After an episode in which Boges and Winter meet, and Cal ends up tranquilising a cop, Cal finally meets up with the mysterious Jennifer Smith, but ends up struck by a death adder. This, he manages to escape through ...more
Simon Taylor
Cal’s third month on the run is a solid continuation of the story, with a few answers and resolutions [the Jennifer issue] sprinkled among further mystery and intrigue [the doppleganger mystery is beginning to grate a bit though]. At this stage in the game, Lord is beginning to explore Cal’s reaction to events a bit more – in particular those endangered by association. For the first time we begin to think of Cal as being not just an innocent bystander but a participant in others’ fate. Hopefully ...more
Cal is still on the run...trying to solve his dying father's clue about the Ormond Singularity with the Ormond Riddle. Now it is March. but he has to survive all 365 days. The cops are after him, Sligo, the thug is on his trail, and now his Uncle hired private detectives. His best friend, Boges is helping as much as he can, but he is under scrutiny too.

His father's nurse, Jennifer Smith, finally connected with Cal, and she seems to be trustworthy, but she didn't give him a crucial component to
Hunter H
Conspiracy 365 March let's you know about Cals survival life. Cal is rescued by an oncoming train by Repro. Repro lives close to the train place. Cal stays with him until his injured leg heals. He is still being chased and has many months to live.

I can't get over this series! It's amazing. Literally can't put these books down. 5/5 stars once again.

I recommend this book to everyone. Read the whole series! You'll never want to put this book down.
Jeffrey Medica
I liked the book alot even through my favorite of the three first months is febuary this book starts off great when cal passes out on the train tracks and a guy that is off the radar like cal sees him and saves him from being hit then repo takes cal to his hideout because cops are looking for cal because everyone thinks he tried to kill his uncle and sister after this book he gets one step closer to solve his families riddle
Connor James
I thought this book was really good. I'm starting to see a patter throughout these books that something bad happens at the end of every book. This book is is kind of the same as all of the other books, he's on the run and trying to crack the Ormond Riddle and get a little bit closer each book. I would recommend this book to someone that's already read the first and second one so it makes sense.
~1CarlosP~ Carlos
The book is about a girl that has to move to a small town in new jersey from a big city in new york. she is not happy about the idea but she is the kind of person that makes the best out of the worst situations. so she comes up with the idea to change everything about her self. she wants to start all over starting with her name instead of Mary she wants to be called Lola.

Starting at her new school its very different than what she expected it to b. it is way harder to be completely different at a
Ms. Mielke's Class
Cal gets saved by a guy named Repro and goes back to his hideout. Cal then leaves and goes to a house to meet with Boges. Then Cal gets in a high speed chase with some goons.I think it's a good book, because it pulls you into the story. RA
Aaron Bower
In this book Calhoun is still on the run. He meets Repro who saves his life and helps break into a house to find a paper over the Ormund riddle. He tries to go to his uncle's house but he has to turn back because they were going to turn his sister' s life support off. It's a good book.
Edward Arrington
The intrigue and suspense continues to mount. It is definitely necessary to read this series in order since each one builds on the last. I am enjoying the books and understand why my grandson enjoyed them.
Mr. Southmayd
My favorite in the series so far. This book moved around a lot more than the previous one and seemed to overall have a better flow. I really like the introduction of Repro.
Matthew Hodge
Still not high quality but a guilty pleasure nonetheless. In this book, Callum continues to stay on the run. Wild animal encounter - snakes in a lab!
I really like this book...just like the rest of the books. I sort of forgot what it is about...but I know that I really liked this series.
Jennifer Dell
great book, the parts of the series i have read so far just keeps my bran thinking
#3 of this series of short, easy to read, books that are action packed full of adventure and danger. Taking place in Australia, the weather is still basically summer in this book as Cal continues to live and hide-out on the streets as he searches for answers to the riddle left to him by his now deceased father while trying to evade the two factions of criminals after him and the family secret. Each book ends in a big cliff hanger that makes the reader immediately have to pick up the next book. L ...more
Some of the escapes are becoming more and more far fetched, but thus far, I'm still interested in seeing how it'll end.
Great Series. Really engaging - full of suspense.
Ruthvik Y.K
the whole series was not that great
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Gabrielle Lord survived being ‘razed’ by the nuns, acquired an education despite this, and after working in many different areas, sales, teaching, brick-cleaning, peach-picking and packing, and in the Public Service as an employment officer, started writing seriously aged 30.
Her first two manuscripts ended up composting the tomatoes at her market garden – another attempt to make a living – but the
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