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Read & Download The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Prisoner's Dilemma Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Join the Mysterious Benedict Society as Reynie Kate Sticky and Constance embark on a daring new adventure that threatens to force them apart from their families friends and even eacAnswers brings them closer to danger than ever beforeFilled with page turning action and mind bending brain teasers this wildly inventive journey is sure to delig. When Constance finds out that she is adopted she runs away out of sadness She can’t control her emotions and can’t think of anything else to do All the grownups in the house go out on a search party to find her leaving Kate Sticky and Reynie home alone All seems well until a mysterious vehicle arrives at the house They soon find out that Mr Curtain is out to capture them The children attempt to run away In the process they find Constance but unfortunately get captured as well They get taken to an abandoned prison where Constance is able to send “mental messages” to Mr Benedict He soon finds them and through all the children’s teamwork they manage to escape and send Mr Curtain and the Ten Men to jailOne theme in my book was power I think this theme was very important because Mr Benedict and Mr Curtain both had the power to run a very important machine – The Whisperer The Whisperer was a machine that could control other people’s minds and if it got into the wrong hands it could do a lot of damage Mr Curtain was the antagonist therefore he wanted to rule the world and control people’s minds Mr Benedict was trying to prevent him from doing this Mr Curtain also “ruled” certain people and had a lot of power over them A uote from the book that shows power is “S Come to the rear end of the prison at once – at once S Do not make me –““But” Mr Curtain snapped “But You may not say ‘but’ to me S Pedelian” This uote shows power because Mr Curtain obviously ruled over S and didn't like him very muchAnother theme that shows in the book is rivalry I think this theme was very important because there was lots of rivalry between Mr Benedict and Mr Curtain They were long lost identical twins but had completely different minds and personalities They were against each other Mr Curtain wanted to rule the world and brainwash people but Mr Benedict was trying to stop him from doing that A uote that shows rivalry is “How dare you tell me when anything is finished Benedict No No No I shall tell you when it is over right now” And flipping a switch on his wheelchair he glared at Mr Benedict with such hideous intensity that it was alarming even to look at his face Page 354 This uote shows rivalry because Mr Curtain was getting mad at Mr Benedict and clearly hates his brotherAnother theme in the book was teamwork This occurred most in the book because the whole book was about trying to work as a team and the children had to work together to escape Mr Curtain One uote that shows teamwork is “I’m not counting on me this time I promise I’m counting on us”Page 281 This uote shows teamwork because Kate knew that she couldn’t do it by herself but she needed the others as well I thought my book was engaging because it used very descriptive language There were many words that I had never heard before and enjoyed learning and trying to remember the meanings Some examples of descriptive words that I learned were bureaucratic egomaniac and naïveté I had never heard some of these words before and I learned the meanings I think this book is good for a 6th or 7th grader I think it is a good book because most of the time it was captivating For example when one chapter was finished it would sometimes be a cliff hanger and leave you wondering what would happen next I think this is a very good style of writing because it makes you want to read and you can’t put the book down These bits in the book were very exciting but sometimes the book got a bit boring The story would slow down and nothing much would be happening Luckily soon the story would pick up again and make you want Another good aspect of the story as I already said was it had many descriptive words The story was filled with vocabulary and made you want to learn the definition This means that the book was also somewhat educational as well as exhilarating

review ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ð Trenton Lee Stewart

Join the Mysterious Benedict Society as Reynie Kate Sticky and Constance embark on a daring new adventure that threatens to force them apart from their families f. Ohhhh I had forgotten how bittersweet that last chapter was and how I would always tear up How wonderful it is that the long awaited fourth book is releasing tomorrow

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The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Prisoner's DilemmaRiends and even each other When an unexplained blackout engulfs Stonetown the foursome must unravel clues relating to a nefarious new plot while their search for. The third book in the Mysterious Benedict Society series is pretty much perfect We solve all sorts of mysteries like Constance's past and Number Two's real name while trying to stop Mr Curtain at the same time I love how these books are so smartly written He doesn't write down to children at all There's so much conflict and a lot of it isn't even Big Bad conflict it's bureaucracy and government red tape They're for lack of a better word grown up problems the kind that make you really frustrated I love books where things seem so hopeless so ridiculously tangled that you think 'how the heck are they going to manage to get out of this in the next 100 pages' and then because it's a children's book they do and not only do they get out of it they get out of it in a way that is clever and makes sense for the characters involved If you haven't picked up the series I'd definitely recommend it As I said above it's really clever children's literature