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The Emperor's Code by Gordon Korman
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Jun 06, 10

bookshelves: young-adult
Read in June, 2010

I liked this book a little better than the previous ones because of the character exposition. Dan grew up quite a bit in this book. When he gets separated from Amy in China, Dan is picked up by Jonah Wizard from the Janus clan. While he first enjoys Jonah's high-life lifestyle, he soon realizes that it can't be fun for long. Dan is also happy at first that he's gotten away from Amy, who is beginning to doubt their parents, whether they were good people. But then he starts to realize some of the emotions that Amy is feeling and is big enough to acknowledge that, when Amy saves Ian Kabra rather than the formula, he would have done the same thing. There is also the fact that Nellie's, their supposed au pair, disguise is becoming thinner and more transparent. Why was she sent to them? Who is she calling that has enough pull to get them up on Mount Everest? What else is she hiding?

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