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The Medusa Plot Are you ready to save the world The bestselling series returns with an adventure spanning explosive books secret filled card packs and a website that places readers right in the action Thirteen

  • Title: The Medusa Plot
  • Author: Gordon Korman
  • ISBN: 9780545324090
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Are you ready to save the world The bestselling series returns with an adventure spanning 6 explosive books, 2 secret filled card packs, and a website that places readers right in the action.Thirteen year old Dan Cahill and his older sister, Amy, thought they belonged to the world s most powerful family They thought the hunt for 39 Clues leading to the source of that powAre you ready to save the world The bestselling series returns with an adventure spanning 6 explosive books, 2 secret filled card packs, and a website that places readers right in the action.Thirteen year old Dan Cahill and his older sister, Amy, thought they belonged to the world s most powerful family They thought the hunt for 39 Clues leading to the source of that power was over They even thought they d won But Amy and Dan were wrong.One by one, distress calls start coming in from around the globe Cahills are being kidnapped by a shadowy group known only as the Vespers Now Amy and Dan have only days to fulfill a bizarre ransom request or their captured friends will start dying Amy and Dan don t know what the Vespers want or how to stop them Only one thing is clear The Vespers are playing to win, and if they get their hands on the Clues the world will be their next hostage.

    The Medusa Plot The Clues Cahills vs Vespers, Book The Medusa Plot The Clues Cahills vs Vespers, Book Gordon Korman, Multi Platform on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Are you ready to save the world The bestselling series returns with an adventure spanning explosive books The Clues Cahills vs Vespers Includes The Medusa The Clues Cahills vs Vespers Includes The Medusa Plot by Gordan Korman A King s Ransom by Jude Watson The Dead of Night by Peter Lerangis Shatterproof by Roland Smith Trust No One by Linda Sue Park Day of Doom by David Baldacci The Clues Cahills vs Vespers Gordan Korman, Jude Watson, Peter Lerangis, Roland Smith, Linda Sue Park, David Baldacci on A Meeting with Medusa A Meeting with Medusa is a science fiction novella by British writer Arthur C Clarke.It was originally published in and has since been included in the anthology Nebula Award Stories Eight as well as several collections of Clarke s writings. A sequel, The Medusa Chronicles, was published in as a collaborative effort between Alastair Reynolds and Stephen Baxter MEDUSA GORGONS Medousa Gorgones Snake Haired In Greek mythology the Gorgons were three powerful, winged daemons named Medusa, Sthenno and Euryale Of the three sisters only Medusa was mortal King Polydectes of Seriphus once commanded the hero Perseus to fetch her head He accomplished this with the help of the gods who equipped him with a reflective shield, a curved sword, winged boots and helm of invisibility. The Medusa Touch film The Medusa Touch is a British supernatural thriller film directed by Jack Gold.It stars Richard Burton, Lino Ventura, Lee Remick and Harry Andrews, with cameos by Alan Badel, Derek Jacobi, Gordon Jackson, Jeremy Brett and Michael Hordern.The screenplay was by John Briley, based on the novel The Medusa Touch by Peter Van Greenaway. The Medusa Touch The myth of Perseus and Medusa Greek Mythology The myth of Perseus and Medusa is one of the best thriller like tales in Greek Mythology. With a promising plot that gets complicated as the story progresses, this myth has a typical Hollywood like scenario with the main character not being born yet at the moment when his destiny was determined. The Clues Take a quiz to see which branch of the Cahill family you are, unlock clues around the world. Medusariffic Work continues on the next game slow going especially as the month is so busy. Rider Fate stay night TYPE MOON Wiki FANDOM powered The Medusa materialized in the Fifth Holy Grail War appears differently to her legend She appears to be in her human form, unlike her legend where she has snake for her hairs, she has long purple hair. The Rescuers Disney Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia The Rescuers is a American animated film produced by Walt Disney Productions and first released on June , The rd film in the Disney Animated Canon, the film is about the Rescue Aid Society, an international mouse organization headquartered in New York City and shadowing the United

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    1. Bookworm007 on said:

      OHMYGODOHMYGODOHMYGOD!!edit on Sept 24, 2011Oh lordy, after finishing the first series, I STILL don't get why it's soooo good! Especially with it being a kiddie series andwell, I'm not a kiddieThis book was a GREAT and FANTASTIC start-off for "Cahills vs Vespers".Things I love about it:1) The Cahills are getting along in a "family" manner without the possibility of unexpectedly stabbing each other in the back.2) The Vespers are delightfully sinister! I love them! They add more suspense and myste [...]

    2. Mike on said:

      Completed audiobook on a 5-day road trip with my 10-year old.We liked the continuing adventures of Dan and Amy Cahill, helping to save their post-39-Clues extended family from the intent-on-world-domination Vespers organization. The books are sort of "Jason Bourne lite", as Amy and Dan (now 12 and 15, I think) are able to move somewhat freely around the world despite being in the crosshairs of Interpol. And everybody they know are a little too willing to support them, but hey, these were designe [...]

    3. Maythin Kyi on said:

      It said about 2 siblings who are the members of the most powerful family in the world, the Cahill family.When 7 of their relatives are kidnapped they got to do whatever Vesper One say to get them back. One mistake, one will die.

    4. Ahmad Sharabiani on said:

      The Medusa Plot (The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers #1), Gordon Kormanمجموعه سی و نه سرنخ - کاهیل ها علیه وسپرها - کتاب نخست از مجموعه کارآگاهی نشر ویداعنوان: طرح مدوسا - 39 سرنخ - کاهیل ها علیه وسپرها - کتاب 1؛ نوشته کوردون کورمن؛ مترجم: لیلا یادگار؛ تهران، ویدا، 1393، در 233 ص، شابک: 9786002910899؛

    5. Denisa on said:

      Just read the synopsis. Dan is 13? Two years passes eh? Doesn't that mean Amy is 17? Whoas, hard to imagine man. can't wait to read though I have to read Vespers Rising first ^.^

    6. Mith on said:

      2.5 stars. The extra half star to round it up to 3 is for the sheer fun the previous books were.Not quite the page turner I was expecting. Oh, it was action-packed alright, but it somehow felt a bit lackluster compared to the previous 39 clues books. Where's Riordan when you need him?!Amy and Dan are, once again, racing against time - this time trying to save the lives of seven of their lot who have been kidnapped by the mysterious Vesper One. He/she needs Amy and Dan to steal certain priceless [...]

    7. Dempse Kb on said:

      Such a good book! Loved the previous series, this one is so far even more exciting. My son was worried about Gordon Korman being the author because his school MADE him read "Schooled" this summer, and he felt that was extremely preachy. He hates preachy. No time for preaching in this book it moves really fast! I read it on a plane so it had my undivided attention (except for the soda my daughter spilled, and then my son and then ME Yes, we have the klutzy gene.). GK did a great job describing th [...]

    8. Anastasia Antonova on said:

      Это просто одинадцать из десяти. Черт подери, они привзошли мои ожидания. События этой книги разворачиваются спустя два года, после событий 11-й предыдущего цикла. Герои очень изменились, за них теперь жутко переживаешь, больше поражаешься и задерживаешь дыхание чуть ли не [...]

    9. Dorian Becerra on said:

      This book is about two children Amy and Dan who must save their family from kidnapping but what will be the ransom. I like this book because it has a lot of action and drama just what I like and the story is so fascinating. I would recommend this book to my brother he likes these types of books and will enjoy it.

    10. Achala on said:

      Dan Brown meets Spy Kids. For something aimed at teens or tweens, it was interesting. A quick, breezy read. I'll probably catch up with the rest of the series in between bigger, weightier books.

    11. Obadiah Culley on said:

      In the realistic fiction novel The Medusa Plot by Gordan Korman they start by getting a message like they always do from Vesper #1 and the message continues them on a long trip through Italy meeting up with friends and finding enemies. The two-main characters, Dan and Amy Cahill, are brother and sister both of them are alike but they have some key differences, like Amy would never do anything risky Dan on the other hand would do something risky just for fun. Amy is very smart and can study and m [...]

    12. Aidricg on said:

      I loved this book because it was so interesting and sad but like most books it is ok in the end. This book would be ideal for 4th though 6th if they like a book with action. If you liked the 39 clues the first book you will love this book. This story focuses on there family bond.

    13. Jennifer on said:

      The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers Book 1: The Medusa Plotby: Gordon KormanProduct Details ISBN-13: 9780545298391 Publisher: , Inc. Publication date: 8/30/2011 Pages: 224 Sales rank: 478 Age range: 9 – 12 Years Lexile: 730L (what’s this?) Series: 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers Series, #1By: Gordon KormanSummary: The clue hunt is over, two years have passed and Dan and Amy are back in school. Their au pair, Nellie is away at school in France (for culinary lessons, of course), Uncle Fiske is off [...]

    14. Mary Jo Garcia-Brown on said:

      I just finished listening to this first book in the second 39 Clues series on the way back from a trip to Pennsylvania this weekend. I find audiobooks are a wonderful way to pass the time in the car, and books that are action-packed like the 39 Clues are especially riveting. The story kept me awake as I drove six hours in the dark. That said, I'm losing some of my enthusiasm for this storyline. Now Dan and Amy Cahill are having to band together with some of the very relatives who were trying to [...]

    15. Cathy on said:

      You never quite know with this series what you're going to get book to book because the authors change, but I thought this was one of the better installments. I liked the slightly more mature tone, it was appropriate after everything these kids have been through to acknowledge that they're pretty traumatized and to deal with that. But it's still simple enough for younger readers as well. it's still a bit silly, the idea that these kids could rob a major museum with a day of preparation is just r [...]

    16. Reading Vacation on said:

      Get ready for another action packed installment of the famous 39 Clues series. You thought our heroes Amy and Dan were done after discovering the secret of the 39 clues? Well guess again. This new series is very exciting, with loads of suspense and mystery thrown in. Cahills are being kidnapped by an evil organization called the Vespers. Amy and Dan have to follow the Vespers demands or the unthinkable will happen.Amy, now seventeen, is stronger and smarter than ever. Amy is amazing as she quick [...]

    17. Barb Middleton on said:

      Dan and Amy have to rescue seven Cahills who have been kidnapped by the Vespers. The two travel to Italy where they have to steal a Caravaggio painting called, Medusa, from the Uffizi Museum. The clues lead them next to the Colosseum in Rome.Book one is vague on plot. It isn’t clear why the Vespers kidnapped that many people. I found this novel less funny, less believable, and more violent. Amy has a boyfriend and Dan is more serious. Dan also betrays his good friend which I thought was out of [...]

    18. Ginny on said:

      This book wasn't quite what I was hoping for, but I am still a fan of the series. The Medusa Plot had a more somber tone than previous ones. In the other books Dan and Nellie often added comic relief. Not so in this one. This time, the author brings out a darker side to Dan. I didn't like that Dan and Amy were made to steal and do other things to break the law in this book. In the original series, when they took things, they were items that belonged to their family. Here, it was stealing for the [...]

    19. Markus on said:

      The Medusa Plot was a weird read. I liked the story, and I really enjoyed most of the characters, but I didn't understand what was going on. It seemed like this book had a very cool concept behind it, but nothing was explained throughout the whole book. I loved the concept of different families with different powers, but I just didn't know who was what. Maybe I skipped that page by accident? I liked that it had kids with special abilities in it, the story was not as serious thanks to that. I did [...]

    20. Garrett M on said:

      Once again, Amy and Dan are off on another adventure. Many of their crazy relatives, who have now become friends, have been kidnapped by the mysterious group the Vespers. The leader of the group have sent Amy and Dan on a dangerous mission, threatening to hurt or kill the hostages. Join Amy and Dan as they do crazy things in this book following the 39 clues.I gave this book a 4 star rating because even though it had and excellent idea for a plot, I did not like how much the characters have chang [...]

    21. John Prosper on said:

      This book is AMAZING!!! It takes place after the first series. Amy and Dan thought they won the clue hunt and that their lives would be normal. But they were wrong. Now 7 Cahills have been kidnapped worldwide. Amy and Dan have received a package that contains a cell phone with one text message. "We have hostages. Do what we want or they die". This book keeps you reading until the end. I recommend this book to people who love mystery/detective fiction stories.

    22. Cassandra Lê on said:

      It was a good book. Will write my full review later. Just bought it from the book store. No, not in Vietnam, they don't sell that, in Australia, exactly.I must said that I have always like the 39 clues series. They were hilarious, full with action and adventures, a little bit romance, and classified secrets.But the medusa plot was a little disappointed. I don't know why.

    23. Taylor Groom on said:

      My book"The 39 Clues The Minnesota Plot'' is is about a 13-year-old boy named Daniel is older sister, Amy, they thought they belong to the most powerful Family in the world. In that other series 39 clues they were looking the 39 clues to reveal a secret that they're dead grandmother get them and in this series of 39 clues Cahills vs Vespers all of the Cahill's I've been kidnapped by the Vespers.

    24. Angie on said:

      The kids & I listen to this series in the car, and we thoroughly enjoyed the previous books. We were so excited to find this on and 2 others on CD at the library this week! As I've said before, it's DaVinci Code for kids. Even 'Mom' enjoys listening!! :)

    25. Eoin on said:

      Another great installment to the 39 Clues series. Liked the idea of how Caravaggio's 'Medusa' was a map of the tunnels under the Colloseum. Atticus was a fun character to read about. This book was much more intense than most of the others since seven people's lives were on the line.

    26. ♠ Tabi ♠ on said:

      The authors who write these books are Masters of suspense!!!! Hints of a deeper, ancient race/search/fight for something are given. People still held hostageabbing for the next book right now!!!

    27. Isabel on said:

      This book is great! I recommend reading all of the 39 Clues books!

    28. Savita on said:

      Have I mentioned how much I love this series? And, admittedly, this was defintely one of the best books--Korman is one of my favorite authors as it is.

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