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The whole series is great, and the plot is written out very well.
I would recommend this book to good readers between the ages of 9-14 who want a book with adventure but without sacrificing a strong message or characterization.
I really liked this book since it was very interesting and sometimes it got really suspense and you don't know what will happen next.
This book is amazing! It is awesome, exciting, super, and it takes you along with them on their journey !!!!!!Published 1 day ago by bunny
I gave this book to my 10 year old grandson and he and his mother read it together. He loved it and she said she had a hard time putting it down to put him to bed. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Loisann
This book was really awesome evacuee it had a lot of mystery in it! I really enjoyed that. It always kept you hanging on the end of your seat.Published 8 days ago by Taylor Young
It is a great book and even better than the last one. As I said, Epic as a diamond sword ( from minecraft )Published 8 days ago by Benjamin Fleming
THIS IS THE BEST SERIES EVER! I TOTALLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.
Also, the Extraordinary Education of Nicholas Benedict is just as amazing.
if your ticked by lemony snicket and James and the giant peach... welcome to this series of books that stokes their imaginations.Published 8 days ago by J Risbano
The second in the Mysterious Benedict Society series. Fun to read to yourself or your child. I would recommend these books for children anywhere from 6 years old and up. Read morePublished 12 days ago by byPryorDesign
I love this whole series! I bought the first book not knowing about any of these books at a Goodwill just because it was only a dollar and looked interesting. I was quickly hooked. Read morePublished 16 days ago by little bet
I haven't read it yet, but my daughter can't put it down! I have caught her still reading over an hour past bed time.Published 19 days ago by Caleb V. Kranz