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The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Prisoner's Dilemma by Trenton Lee Stewart
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Mar 17, 10

bookshelves: adventure, fantasy, fiction, mystery, series
Recommended for: readers of the series
Read in March, 2010, read count: 1

The Mysterious Benedict Society--Reynie, Kate, Sticky, and Constance--once again face that formidable foe, Ledroptha Curtain as he continues to plot to regain control of the Whisperer and use it for his own nefarious agenda. Curtain's influence on government puts Benedict and the children in even more risk. Benedict is apparently using the Whisperer to find a cure for his narcolepsy, an illness which his twin brother Curtain also suffers. Benedict is rushed to complete his research with it when he learns of the government's impending takeover of the machine. Once again, Milligan and the four youngsters must share most of the responsibility for their own safety and well-being--and then a trap allows the Ten Men to capture them and transport them to a prison. How will they get word to Benedict of their whereabouts?
Fans of the first two books in the series will enjoy the struggle between the forces of the two brothers and the adventures of the society.

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