Into the Gauntlet (The 39 Clues, Book 10) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-09-05 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" 4.5 stars.I had so much while reading this books! You could practically see things falling into place :) " said.

" Victory is ours! This series is so cute. " said.

" Se pueden morir, tenía casi que la mitad de la reseña hecha y se apagó la computadora, no, chao.PD: Agregué tantos liros de golpe porque estaba de vacaciones y no tenía internet aka sufrimiento. " said.

" A Quickie ReviewA bit longer and more "epic" than the previous volumes in this series, this installment dishes up the usual thrills. Fans who have read The 39 Clues up to this point should definitely keep reading.Score: 4/5 " said.

" A very good ending to the series, though I wonder if there will be more in the future. The option was left somewhat open. I am intrigued to see how they will cram this whole series into next year's movie. That should be fun! " said.

"This was such a good book. It has such a dramatic ending. I'm sad that I finished the series now. When they travel to 0 North longitude and 0 West latitude. The pilot says there's only ocean there. His gps does too. But when they reach their destination... They discover an unmapped island. As they travel deeper into the gauntlet along with the other teams. They make peace with the other branches fulfilling the madrigal quest. But will it last. They must all work together under crushing circumstances to take down the evil Isabelle Kabra." said.

"This was a decent end to a long and sometimes enjoyable series. I did enjoy the human side of the story where the younger generation, plus one old person decide to follow their consciences instead of the past behavior of their elders.

Plot wise, however, there were obviously some fairly unrealistic events that occurred. That's par for the course in this series. But I wish that Haddix had researched her rock climbing sequence a bit better. There are a few glaring errors in that one. And the resolution was a bit too quick and easy.

But watch out! It's not really the end! Bum Bum Bum. Do they really think they can keep the interest of readers for another series like this one? Bleh. I'm worn out.
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"So, it was pretty obvious where this was going several books ago, but it was still pretty satisfying to get to the end! After several books looking at the four original Cahill branches, we finally learn about a Madrigal: Shakespeare! Dan, Amy, and Nellie jaunt about London, gathering the final clues, while the other teams simply follow them. But alliances are shifting and people are beginning to realize whom their family members really are. This leads to a final few chapters worthy of a National Treasure movie!

But I'm just...a bit concerned. Because there's one more book in the main series, and apparently we're not done with things. There's new things. And more books. And, while I'm glad there's more, I'm a bit concerned over how enjoyable this all could be, without the main series conflict.

But I am certainly going to keep reading! Here we go!
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