My 4th option for the letter essays is Book 3 of the 39 Clues Series, the 39 Clues: the Sword Thief! I’ve decided to continue to review the 39 Clues Series. Want to see the first two reviews so this one makes sense? Click the links below!
Amy and Dan get separated from Nellie, their babysitter who was watching over them during their travels (who is also a person I didn’t mention in the first two reviews. Sorry!) They left with no choice but to team up with Uncle Alistair, another competitor for the 39 Clues. Their next clue is in Tokyo, Japan, which they barely manage to get with their lives. But unfortunately, they run into the Kabras and are forced into an alliance with them. The clue from Tokyo takes them to Seoul, South Korea. Where they learn about the Philosopher’s Stone an element that can turn anything into gold! The Philosopher’s Stone if believed to the treasure at the end clue hunt, but get in great danger trying to find out their next destination!
This book is had an epic ending and a great climax. However, I have noticed something strange in the series… The books are getting shorter! Book 1 had more than 200 pages, Book 2 had about 170 pages , and Book 3 had about 150 pages! But the is was still epic! I give 9.5 out of 10 stars!
Raymond Joseph Martin III.