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The Emperor's Code by Gordon Korman
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Dec 01, 10

bookshelves: 2010-100-book-challenge, books-i-own, mundie-kids-reviews
Read in July, 2010

Continuing with the great adventure of finding the 39 Clues, Amy and Dan find themselves divided and separated in China. For the first time Amy and Dan find themselves at odds over the belief of who their parents really are, which leads to a rash decision as one of them runs away.

I like that no matter which author writes the next book, the voices stay the same and the adventures keep getting better and better. The clues are just as well hide and putting the puzzle pieces together is just as frustrating as it is for Dan and Amy. Just as I think I have it figured out, I'm thrown for a loop. That's one of the things that keeps me reading.

The stakes are getting higher and higher as more family members are entering the game. I liked the history of China that was presented in this book. I think that fans of The 39 Clues will really enjoy book 8. I feel like I'm missing an a clue that's right under my nose and I'm looking forward to reading book 9.
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