Written by Patrick Carman, The Black Circle is an exciting adventure novel. First published in 2009, it is the 5th book in the bestselling young adult series, 39 Clues. In this book, Amy and Cahill go to Russia in pursue of the next clue for the super serum. The clue is hidden within the history of some important Russian figures including Rasputin and the Romanovs.
Beyond the Grave is a fantastic young adult novel written by Jude Watsonn. Originally published in 2009, it is the 4th book in 39 Clues adventure series. Picking up the story left by its prequel, the book chronicles Amy and Dan Cahill quest in Egypt in pursue of the next clue to gather the ingredients of a secret powerful serum.
The Sword Thief is the third book in the brilliant adventurous series 39 Clues. First published in 2009, the young-adult book is written by Peter Lerangis. The race to collect clues for the super serum ingredients continues. Amy and Dan Cahill have found new leads for the next clue, which is hidden in Japan. They will have to track down the truth behind one of Japan greatest leaders, Toyotomi Hideyoshi.
One False Note is an exciting adventure novel written by Gordan Korman. The book is the 2nd volume in The 39 Clues young adult series. Picking up the story left by the 1st book, Amy and Dan Cahill have discovered the truth about Mozart. The two young siblings then travel to Vienna, Austria in pursue of the second clue in the 39 Clues competition.
The Maze of Bones is an amazing young-adult, adventure novel by Rick Riordan. First published in 2008, it is the first novel in the original 39 Clues Series. The book introduces the main protagonists of the series: Amy and Dan Cahill. Being orphans, they are shocked in revealing the truth that they are the descendants of a very powerful and influential family, the Cahills. The bad news is that the family members are constantly competing and fighting each other for something called the Clues, which are the ingredients to create a powerful serum.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho is a wonderful philosophic novel originally released in 1988. The allegorical book builds its story around a young Andalusian shepherd and his fantastic adventure in pursuing his dream to Egypt. After having a profound recurring dream, young Santiago believed that the pyramids held his most precious treasure. Thus he began a long intercontinental journey where he met interesting characters and experienced valuable lessons. All of those guided him in finding and revealing what his treasure was.