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The 39 Clues, Book 7

The Viper's Nest
Written by: Peter Lerangis
Narrated by: David Pittu
Length: 4 hrs and 56 mins
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It's no longer a game. The body count is rising. Shaken by recent events, Amy and Dan flee to a distant land and trace the footsteps of their most formidable ancestor yet: a military leader of mythic proportions.

Yet just as the siblings begin to master the art of ancient warfare, they confront a dangerous enemy that can't be felled with a sword: the truth. With the stakes higher than ever, Amy and Dan uncover something so devastating it changes everything - the secret of their family branch.

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©2010 Gordan Korman (P)2010 Scholastic

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  • SJH
  • 2019-10-13

Great

A series for all ages. Love getting drawn into the mystery and waiting for what happens next.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-09-18

It was the best book I have listen to in a while. It was filed with excitement and thrills.

I was not boring like most cooks are I love the series I give it 5 stars

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-07-21

Awesome narrator

Love the books and gotta say I love the narrator for this series! Can wait for the ending.

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  • Angelbaby
  • 2019-04-29

people can change

In the beginning Amy and Dan don't have a clue about where to go next, and they had just barely escaped another fire. Amy is still sad thinking about who just saved them and the loss of another family member has the body count climbing, and Amy really trying to figure out what happened to their parents. Now they find their way into Africa and what they come across, has them wondering if their parents were good people or bad. They come to be friend some strangers who were very close to Grace their grandmother, they are still getting help from their grandmother and they know that she would want them to continue on with the search for the 39 clues. In the end they find out which branch of the family they belong to by reading a journal that Grace was keeping in her African home. What I really like about these books are how interesting and intriguing the suspense is, they keep you on the edge of your seat wondering what is going to happen next to the kids and what will they learn next.. After each book there is a bonus too that is always good extra information the reader knows.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2018-06-15

Love the story

Awesome story and the reading part is the best. Love how is reading the book

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  • Pye Squire
  • 2017-02-01

Love the book


Of the books but I find them we way too short pretend to $16 a book I expect them to be more than 45 hours on it would be nice if they can combined some of the books

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  • Katherine Myers
  • 2015-02-20

fun chapter in this great series.

fun chapter in this great series. can wait for more twists clues and adventures. David Pittu shines as always.

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  • Mac Robertson
  • 2015-01-07

Preposition

Please pronounce the African languages correctly and the words the the people say like when you say Xhosa thank you

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  • Craig H.
  • 2011-05-16

just read it

i cannot comment on every writer individually because the books sort of ran together for me during a week trip. I read them all and cannot pinpoint every writer.
I can say that they were all wonderful and have great stories mixed with history and geography. They can teach in a great fun exciting atmosphere.

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