The Black Book of Buried Secrets

The Black Book of Buried Secrets

Book - 2010
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This fantastic companion book of the bestselling The 39 Clues series includes: Bios of the branch leadership Interviews with the branch's top agents The location of the branch's clues The complete branch history The branch's preferred codes Maps of the branch strongholds Security protocols (the branch's spycraft)
Publisher: New York : Scholastic, 2010
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ISBN: 9780545285049
Branch Call Number: J THI
Characteristics: 184 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,20 cm

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MANLEEN16
Sep 07, 2017

i think this book is a really helpful book for people that are playing online because it tells you where the strongholds are so you can rob them and you get know the tricks and tools of every branch

again this is a Helpful book to ONLINE PLAYERS.

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ilovedogs2808
Mar 03, 2016

you have to read the first series I read it halfway through and it spoiled everything!!! Any good revelation was spoiled because of that book.

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Luminous_0
Feb 29, 2016

Ok i guess... but it's just boring

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Man123
Aug 23, 2014

cool

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HarryPotter_10_0
Aug 23, 2014

An amazing book. I didn't know that Daniel Radcliffe was one the "Janus"!

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ScottBoyle
Jul 09, 2014

I loved how there were information and stories mixed together to form this awesome book!

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ho2
May 30, 2013

I just fanish book 3 and I love the 39 clues :D

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trowe5
Nov 18, 2012

For anyone who likes the 39 Clues series, or is just looking for something good to read, I would recommend the Seven series. They are quite similar, and are very popular in my school. The first one is Between Heaven and earth by Eric Walters, but you can read them in any order. Just don't rear the second one, Lost Cause, before you read the first one. Lost Cause spoils a lot of the first book. Hope this helps! This is one of my favorite series, but I would recommend reading the rest of the series first. This book contains a few spoilers, you just can't tell until you read the books what they are. As soon as you hit the fifth chapter or so {sorry, I read this series a while age, so my memory of it is very limited} you understand a ton of thing you would wish you didn't. It takes away from the rest of the series, because you wouldn't be asking the same questions the characters are. Sorry to anyone who now wants to read this book since I just told you not to read this book first. Of course you can, but it takes away from the rest of the series. It was still great, and very helpful.

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ClaraSheridan
Oct 10, 2012

Don't read it in till you've read book seven, it reviles so much.

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dash1928
Aug 01, 2012

39 clues is my favorite series.

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May 19, 2012

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henein
Aug 10, 2011

For the past five hundred years, the Cahills have silently dominated the world. Their desperate hunt for the 39 Clues lies behind some of history’s biggest enigmas – the curse of the Hope diamond, the race to summit Mt. Everest, the wild life and death of Harry Houdini. And now – finally – the secrets are out. With an introduction by Rick Riordan, The 39 Clues: The Black Book of Buried Secrets reveals the shocking truth about history’s most notorious family.
In full, lush color, The 39 Clues: The Black Book of Buried Secrets lays bare each hidden fact, concealed strategy, top agent, lost founder, secret base and hushed-up scandal of the Clue hunt. This complete guide to the Cahills contains information on all five branches, including the notoriously elusive Madrigals. The must-know information includes:
-Full files on the enigmatic Man in Black.
-The true purpose of the Madrigal branch.
-The complete story of the fire that split the original Cahill family.
-The truth about the night Hope and Arthur Cahill died.
-Open access to the secrets of the Lucian, Ekaterina, Tomas and Janus branches.

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