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(Conspiracy 365 #11)

4.22  ·  Rating details ·  1,375 ratings  ·  69 reviews
The December 31st deadline is fast approaching, and Cal's enemies are closing in on all sides. Even the notorious "Toe Cutter" Durham has emerged from the underworld to join the hunt.
Hardcover, 179 pages
Published November 1st 2010 by Kane/Miller Book Publishers (first published January 1st 2010)
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Jun 09, 2012 rated it really liked it
Although this book has all of the danger and excitement of the previous 10 books in this series, I was a bit disappointed with it. It's the next-to-last book with only 31 days left to go in the year that Cal had to solve the riddle of his family's ancient secret and unlock a great treasure. By book's end only one of the minor mysteries in the series has been resolved, and even that one isn't complete with details. I feel like there's too much left undone and unsaid to possibly fit into the one r ...more
Gibson Gallant
Jan 16, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: term-2
november starts off from when cal threw the can of special fx and it failed as cops closed in from all around him but suddenly the can goes off giving cal a chance to escape but this lasts only a couple minutes as there hot on his tail again. this is a pretty good book to the series and i would recommend this to people who read october
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November is a hard book for me to review. This entire series is so frustrating because somehow, despite the simplistic and often dull plotlines, the gullible characters and lack of mystery-solving, they are addictive. I couldn't have stopped reading the series even if I wanted to because it leaves so much unanswered at the end of each book so that you are left simply begging for more information. You are forced to keep reading. Now I am so close to the end, so close, and I find that I am a littl ...more
Jake Lewis
Jul 12, 2017 rated it liked it
While plenty of interesting information was revealed in November, I feel like Lord was holding back to make December a real thriller. Most of November is just biding time to build to November. Certainly the information about Cal's long-lost brother (Samuel/Ryan Spencer) is welcome and the process that he has to go through in order to get the false passport is interesting, but apart from that nothing much happens. Also, I feel like there wasn't enough of Boges in this book. However, the ending is ...more
Cole G.
Oct 18, 2017 rated it really liked it
Conspiracy 365 November by Gabrielle Lord in present day Australia. The protagonist is Callum Ormond. Callums family is cursed with a treasure that many criminals are trying to steal. He is 15 years old and has been framed with kidnapping his sister and many other crimes. Callum now has to prove he’s innocent and find the family treasure before the criminals.
I liked the book because it’s interesting as soon as you start reading and it never loses that interest. I also liked how the author tied
Gretchen Fatouros
Nov 21, 2017 rated it really liked it
1 - read in order,
2 - there is a reminder of what happened last month at the beginning,
3 - fast-paced,
4 - ends in the middle of something exciting going on. You will want to jump from one Book right into the next.

Seems similar to 39 Clues though I think (if I remember right) that the kids were younger in that book. This one is better because it is all written by the same author. 39 Clues began to feel like it wasn’t thought out much ahead of time because of the authors thing. I never finished it
Mar 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fiction, series, juvenile
November has my favorite opening sequence as well as the best cliffhanger! My heart is pumping! What's going to happen to Boges? to Winter? to Cal?! How will this all end? December had better not disappoint!
Oct 30, 2017 rated it it was amazing
ready for a great ending
I read November (Conspiracy 365 #11).It was a great book and Cal got into a lot of trouble and encounters with old enemies.First he was stilling running from the police because he threw the smoke grenade at the church and someone was trying to shoot Rafe so he threw the smoke grenade.He almost got caught until he threw Special FX but it didn't work and after 5 minutes or so it went off and it was very bright like an flash grenade which blinds the retina's temporarily.Then he Callum was crawling ...more
Derek Brandon
Mar 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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Knoah Mohn
Conspiracy theory 365 november by Gabrielle Lord is about a 15 year old child fugitive hunted by the police, cartels, and highly trained contract killers on the daily. He has no one to be by his side but his three friends Repro, Bodges, and Winter. In this book the hunt continues but with Toecutter durham now in the mix things are going to get ugly.
Some things I dislike about this book is all of the suspense. it is just a little to much for one to be going through in one time and it makes it s
Conan Tigard
Nov 13, 2015 rated it really liked it
Conspiracy 365: November is another adventure-filled month in the life of Cal Ormond. Cal is getting closer and closer to the deadline for him to solve the mystery of the Ormond Singularity. He doesn't have the Ormond Riddle. He doesn't have the Ormond Jewel. And he must somehow get halfway around the world to Ireland. Time is running out and Cal is going to have to move fast if he wants to solve the mystery that has been plaguing him for almost a year now.

Having now read eleven of the twelve bo
Brock F.
May 11, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Gabrielle Lord does a great job with this whole series. I have finished book 11, November. The Conspiracy 365 series is one of if not my favorite series I have read. I couldn't even imagine what it would be like being Cal in this situation he is in. This is one of the best books out of the series, and I really enjoyed reading it. I was shocked when Cal found out the news, but I won't tell you, you will have to read the book to find out.

I started reading this, and from the first page I knew I wo
I did not think this particular book was as fast-paced as the others in the series, just more escapes and trying to figure out whom to trust. The escape in the sports arena was funny, with the crowd cheering unexpectedly for him.

Cal thinks that Nelson Sharkey "made it obvious that he still wanted to be working for justice," but on the next page, (122), Nelson doesn't raise an eyebrow or even comment about Cal's theft of the gold from the prospectors. It makes me think that Nelson's not as keen a
Jul 08, 2012 rated it really liked it
With only two months to go to stay alive and figure out the Ormond Singularity, Cal has more information but not enough. The cops, Sligo, and Oriana are all stepping up their hunt for Cal. Cal has to 'relocate' to an old childhood friend's treehouse after Winter's apartment is being watched. Sharkey finds a forger who will get a fake passport for Cal so he can travel to Ireland in search of his father's clues, but it'll cost him...$5000! Winter volunteers to steal the money from Sligo.

Cal final
Feb 15, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: teen-action
Its a nice series ,this book is (i think) the first in the series that does not expain the other months past event as a summary so if anyone wants to read this book youll have to read the previous books before hand.

November was not predictable and there is a twist to the story and youll learn more about Cals family as November focuses on his families mystery rather than the ormond Riddle. However ther is just 31 days to go and Cal is still not closer to proving his innocence , his mum still dos
Oct 23, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
November Conspiracy 365 is the eleventh book in the Conspiracy 365 series by Australian author Gabrielle Lord. Cal manages to prevent his Uncle Rafe from marrying his mum and Rafe from being killed, and thanks to inventive and explosive devices provided by Boges, Cal escapes his pursuers yet again. It seems that Sligo and Oriana are joining forces to find the Ormond Jewel and Riddle. Cal finds shelter at Winter’s flat, in a tree house, in a derelict house. Cal leaps across rooftops, learns more ...more
Parker Kenny
Nov 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Conspiracy 365 by Gabrielle Lord is a very suspenseful book. This is a very great book and I wouldn't expect anything less from this author after reading the series. I loved this book the most even though I said that about the last one too.

In this book Callum almost gets caught multiple times by the police. He also has a run in with the country's most notorious criminal who's nickname is toe cutter. At this meeting he discovers that "toe cutter" is the person behind the kidnapping of him and hi
Caleb Lattin
Nov 20, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This book was by far the biggest cliff hanger I have ever read. They are getting ready to go to Ireland to seek the Ormond Riddle and try to put his family back together. Cal is also trying to clear his name in the process. He has gone through a ton of life or death situations and this trip could make it or break it .
I'm still impressed with Gabbriella Lords writing. She make the books so good then she come up with something totally unexpected and she has a nutorious reputation of leaving me
Feb 16, 2016 added it
"November" by Gabriell Lord is a book about a kid named Cal Ormond on the run and he has more pressure than ever because he is very close to the end of the chase. If he survives this month and the next one then he will be able to turn himself in and clear his name so he can live with his family again.

I really think that "November" by Gabriell Lord is a great book and I am starting to notice that the books are starting to get longer and longer which I am very happy about. I am very happy about i
Kaleb Harding
Oct 19, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Conspiracy 365 November by Gabrielle Lord this is my favorite book in the series. I have personally been skipping around in the series and I have read almost all of them and I love this book. This book is a thrill seeking book and scary I loved it.

A kid named Callum Ordmond is being chased by the cops after saving his mum and uncle and he uses his friend's smoke bomb to get away. He is still being chased when his identical twin shows up and they change clothes and trade places. The cops figure o
Hunter H
Mar 30, 2015 rated it really liked it
Conspiracy 365 November by Gabrielle Lord contains Cal's second to last month of being wanted by everyone. In this book (11th of the series of 12) Cal flees his uncle's wedding. The police are following close behind him. His friend Ryan sees the chase on TV, Cal is on the news with a helicopter and an army of cops chasing him. Ryan knows he is in need of help so he finds Cal. Cal gives Ryan his jacket and Ryan runs in a different direction as the police and helicopter follow him close behind. Th ...more
Simon Taylor
Jan 28, 2014 rated it really liked it
Time is running out for Cal in this penultimate instalment of Conspiracy 365. The poor chap might have thought his year had been tough so far, but it goes bonkers as the endgame approaches.

There’s twist after twist at break neck pace, so much so that there’s barely time to recover from one shock before you’re punched in the gut with the next. There’s big news from Oriana, Sligo, Rathbone, Toecutter Durham, Ryan Spencer, Boges and Winter. The biggest shocks of all come from Rafe and Eric Blair.

Jan 15, 2011 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2011, ya
Well this one didn't advance any with the whole Ormund aspect, but we did get some more info on Cal's background. Finally we got an answer to one aspect, but I do find it a little hard to believe that with the thing being so big that Cal wouldn't have found out before now. I also find it hard to believe that with the nation wide man hunt that every aspect of his past that this little secret wouldn't have come out and become common knowledge. Another aspect of the story that got some forward move ...more
Jayden Watts
Sep 30, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is a book by Gabrielle lord. Cal jumped off winters roof and just make it to a near by roof. The cops are flooding the roof top. Boges and winter are des partly trying to find a out. He made his way to the ground and just got away from the cops because of a nice move by cal's twin Ryan spencer who out ran the cops. Cal is now staying in a old treehouse that him, bogeys and a friend built when they were kids. Boges, winter and Cal are getting ready to go to Ireland. But cal, winter and Griff ...more
Mr. Southmayd
May 14, 2015 rated it it was ok
Well... This book was my least favorite in the series. The letdowns within the story were actually pretty good and it is nice that the author sets up the reader's emotions with so many dead ends, but there is a scene in a stadium that just got too ridiculous. Was the suspense there? Yes, but it was so predictable and, like the rest of this installment, lacked the creativity that the other books had. I still have high hopes for the end of the series because the very last page left me feeling scar ...more
Hannah Russell
Jan 16, 2017 rated it liked it
We've got an abduction, a murder and a 500-year-old riddle to solve, and only one book to do it in. I'm hoping they wrap it all up, but I'm skeptical. Either way, I'm glad the doppelganger storyline is finally mostly resolved. Well it was resolved four books ago, but we're finally acknowledging it.

Excited to see how it wraps up!

Basically, this series is kind of terrible in most ways. Including terribly addicting.
Seth Martin
Dec 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I liked this book because it is one of the many mystery books I've read and it was one of the best! This series is a great and has many action scenes.

I recommend this book to young adults. If you like mystery this is your book!

Cal Ormond a run away teen is trying to figure out a death in the family. With his best friends at his side to guide him through everything. He is so close to finding out who killed his family member.
Dec 21, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I gave this book five stars because, it is one of the best books of the series. The author does an amazing job of describing what Cal is going through. It also is filled with action through out the how story. He gets close to death many times, and it ends very suspenseful. So you almost have to start reading the next one to see if winter dies and what will happen to them all. I Strongly recomend this book to anyone who likes a good action book.
Mar 24, 2016 rated it liked it
I was absolutely baffled when November had barely more progress than the previous books. Seriously, there is only a month left! The action scenes were typical over-the-top, but were fun anyway(view spoiler). The good news though is that with so much left to resolve and only one book to do it, December promises to be a busy month.
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Gabrielle Craig Lord is an Australian writer who has been described as Australia's first lady of crime.

She 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

Other books in the series

Conspiracy 365 (1 - 10 of 17 books)
  • January (Conspiracy 365 #1)
  • February (Conspiracy 365, #2)
  • March (Conspiracy 365 #3)
  • April (Conspiracy 365, #4)
  • May (Conspiracy 365 #5)
  • June (Conspiracy 365 #6)
  • July (Conspiracy 365 #7)
  • August (Conspiracy 365, #8)
  • September (Conspiracy 365 #9)
  • October (Conspiracy 365 #10)