Shatterproof

Shatterproof After pulling some spectacular heists Amy and Dan have become two of Interpol s most wanted criminals So when Vesper One orders them to steal the world s largest diamond they know they re facing lif

  • Title: Shatterproof
  • Author: Roland Smith
  • ISBN: 9780545298421
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Hardcover
  • After pulling some spectacular heists, Amy and Dan have become two of Interpol s most wanted criminals So when Vesper One orders them to steal the world s largest diamond, they know they re facing life in prisonor worse But with the Cahill hostages still in peril, Amy and Dan have no choice but to launch a mission that leads them to an ancient city full of dangerous sAfter pulling some spectacular heists, Amy and Dan have become two of Interpol s most wanted criminals So when Vesper One orders them to steal the world s largest diamond, they know they re facing life in prisonor worse But with the Cahill hostages still in peril, Amy and Dan have no choice but to launch a mission that leads them to an ancient city full of dangerous secrets With a Vesper mole sabotaging the Madrigals from inside, Amy and Dan have to fulfill their enemy s request before it s too late Vesper One has developed a taste for killing Cahills, and Amy and Dan aren t going to wait to see who s next.

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    1. OMG OMG OMG OMG COVER OUT OMG OMG OMG OMGDANG IT I HAVEN'T READ The Dead of Night YET THE LIBRARY IS TAKING FOREVER TO BUY IT AND THEY HAD NO TROUBLE BUYING Mockingjay THE DAYAFTERIT CAME OUT OH WHEN OH WHEN WILL THE REST OF THE WORLD FINALLY REALIZE THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST SERIES IN THE WORLD!!!!**hyperventilating like crazy!!!**edit on Dec 20, 2012Damn y'all libraries, taking forever to buy Trust No One D:<

    2. wow, these books just keep getting better and better, i cant wait!!!!and i love how these dont take a year to come out- (glares at rick riordan)

    3. I was shocked of what happened in the end. I can’t believe it. I already have suspicion on him that he might be the spy but I just ignored it for he was one of my favorite characters, 3rd to be exact. Goodness… How can he do such a thing? I still can’t believe it and am now starting to hope it isn’t true.EDIT: It isn't true! *throws confetti around in happiness*Plot Summary: (view spoiler)[ Amy and Dan Cahill, still accompanied by Jake and Atticus Rosenbloom, went to Germany to steal one [...]

    4. After pulling some spectacular heists, Amy and Dan have become two of Interpol's most wanted criminals. So when Vesper One orders them to steal the world's largest diamond, they know they're facing life in prisonor worse. But with the Cahill hostages still in peril, Amy and Dan have no choice but to launch a mission that leads them to an ancient city full of dangerous secrets. With a Vesper mole sabotaging the Madrigals from inside, Amy and Dan have to fulfill their enemy's request before it's t [...]

    5. This series has not ceased to amaze me. :) a good bit of violence involving guns, but it wasn't so descriptive I didn't like it. I think I'm getting the last two books in the series for Christmas, so I can't wait to finish the series up!!

    6. Даже не заметила того факта, что проглотила две книги залпом. Дошло только когда всплыла мысль: нужно написать отзыв. Отменное чтиво, захватывает и не отпускает пока не перевернешь последнюю страницу. И то, потом бежишь за продолжением сломя голову. Столько событий происхо [...]

    7. Loved this and now have some suspicions about Evan! I think he may be a Vesper! I'm loving how Amy is drawn to Jake as I like him a lot more then Evan and think he's a better match for her. I'm also worried about Dan and hope he can be pulled back from the brink cause he does seem to going to a very dark place and he needs to remember who he is and not lose himself. Couple of deaths that made me sad although I suspect that one of the deaths didn't actually occur. I also don't believe that Ian is [...]

    8. My son and I were fighting over this library book yesterday. Good thing my husband is behind on this series or he would have fought us off and read it all night (he's on c vs. v #2). This is such a good series because I feel many ages would like it, although you'd have to make sure your children are old enough to deal with prisoners, violence, guns, etc. before giving it to them. I know my 1st grader wouldn't be ready for this and it would be too scary for her. I just wish the whole series would [...]

    9. I must admit that I'm growing weary of this series. There seems to be little to no movement or growth in the individual books, which makes them a bit of a pointless read.

    10. Inexplicable plot. Unnecessary deaths. Contrived love-triangles. Baseless plot-twists. Zero progress.Self-inflicted, and I knew better.

    11. This book was amazing. Un-put-down-able.I can't really say much more, but it's definitely my favorite 39 clues/cahills vs. vespers book EVER.I'm 14, and I HIGHLY recommend this book.

    12. Like an old-school television serial, this series is always full of exciting action and suspense. Can't wait to see what happens next!

    13. :IMaybe they need to take the tone as in the actual 39 clues series: minimum romance, less power-accessing, more resourcefulness. No pictures of people. Please.Mayhaps they will change back. We who are old enough to analyze the series as we go, and in the process ruin it for ourselves, understand good writing strategies that lytling middle schoolers don't. We see the patterns, tropes and fails of series, as well as its quirks, individualisms and successes.*The thing that is going wrong with this [...]

    14. Before reading this book, I had basically given up on this series. There are too many books, the plot rambles too much, and each book is too short for it to be worth the money spent on it. Nevertheless, I read this one because I have gotten slightly interested in the plot, and it is against my nature to stop reading a series once it is started. (I got it from the library which solves most of my problems with this series.) This book was just as short as the others. I am ready for the characters j [...]

    15. I don't think I could ever dislike a 39 Clues book, but this part of the story was definitely on the slow side of things. Amy and Dan have drawn in the Rosenblum brothers into their circle of infinite madness, but they boys don't shy away from adventure at all. The story opens up with the crew in Germany, not knowing what they're trying to do, and once they figure it out, finding out that it was only a ruse for Vesper One's true intentions. Then they have to go to go to the desert to find some s [...]

    16. Well, it was a quick read- took around 3 hours to finish with short breaks in between. I think now the series is lacking that adventure, that suspense that kept us all tied throughout the 39 clues. Cahills vs. Vespers isn't as good, as thrilling as the books from 39 clues. The story isn't taking a very good shape- the suspense factor- nah! it just doesn't feel right. I know its a kids' book but since I have read the rest of the series, I thought of continuing it(even when I am 17). Dan seems to [...]

    17. *sigh*Not as good as the original series. For one, I'm not overly fond of how the characters keep changing. I suppose this is unavoidable, given that there are different authors for each book, but I still don't think it's excusable. I don't like who they've turned Ian Kabra into. He USED to be a mysterious, slightly creepy, handsome dude that smelled like cloves (according to Amy), and a pretty good villain/sort of good guy. Now he has morphed into a wimp that screams at the sight of a cat. Path [...]

    18. Book four in the Cayhills vs. Vespers series, this book finds Amy and Dan, along with Atticus and Jake, attempting to steal the world's largest diamond in order to save the life of one of the hostages. Meanwhile, the hostages are trying everything they can to save themselves, which may lead to unforseen tragedy. And with all of this going on, Interpole is still hot on their heels, while they are still wondering if they can trust Ian Cabra anymore, since it is apparent that there is a mole in the [...]

    19. This book was a fast and easy read (it was a children's book, so I knew it wouldn't take long). It kept moving pretty quickly but the series is starting to lag a bit. They keep killing off characters so that the story goes somewhere, and they are continuing to search and find with clues. I think for me, the series is starting to feel a little old news, same old same old. Hopefully the next book will get better, since this is the spin-off to the first series and really just the start of it It mig [...]

    20. In this book of the Cahill's vs. Vespers series: Amy and Dan have to travel around in Timbuktu to collect what Vesper 1 requires as continual payment for the hostages. I loved this book! It has many different storylines going at the same to allow you to keep up with what all the characters are doing to help or hinder the current situations. This book will definitely keep you thinking about what will happen next.I think that the team of authors that keeps writing these series is very talented to [...]

    21. Shatterproof: This was a great quick read. I think this series really wasn't necessary, but it was nice, and in the books you get to see how the characters develop, I think because a new author writes each book, instead of the same one for all of the books, it makes the characters different in each book. In some books I didn't like their personalities as much, and you could tell a different author was writing, but altogether they have done a great job working together, and I find myself especial [...]

    22. When all seams lost it gets worse. When Amy and Dan created the formula they thout that they where the most powerful family in the world,THEY WERE WRONG. A group called the vesprs kidnapped 7 of there family and sent them around the world to colect things. phinix wizard dies and so dose there uncle Oh so in the face of all this they have to stay shatterproof with all of this

    23. i think the book it self is very good and awesomeit has a a lot of details good action and great tha vocab t the author did i think 39 clues makes really interesting stories about crime and missions shatterproof is my fav 39 clues book out of all of the other 39 clues books also i really like how the author made a lot of detail about his book and vocab

    24. This was much much too short!!! Still has the same sense of adventure and fast-paced action that makes for an exciting read. Again, too many questions raised by recent events plus, a mole is finally revealed. I can't wait for the next book.

    25. OMG I just finished reading in the dead of the night and loved it, and now I cant wait to read Shatter proof, I kinda feel bad that Ian and Amy don't have that spark anymore but LOVE Amy and Jake's budding romance and cant wait to see more plus I hate Evan hopefully Amy doesn't choose him

    26. ERMERGERD!!! I am not going to lie. I LOVE the 39 Clues Series and all its characters. I got into this series when I was in middle school. That is all. CURSE CLIFFHANGERS!

    27. I'm stuck between giving this 3 stars and four stars. Pretty good, but I definitely enjoyed the original series better.

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