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He is also author of the hilarious, edgy YA novel wtf, and the Drama Club series, about a group of high school theater kids in a town where theater is big-budget and life-changing. Peter was one of three authors, along with R. He is a Harvard graduate with a degree in biochemistry.
After college he became a Broadway musical theater actor. He has run a marathon and gone rock-climbing during an earthquake, but not on the same day. In his spare time, he likes to eat chocolate. Lots of it. Seriously, he loves chocolate.go to site
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Login Register. Advanced Search. Your cart is empty. Free delivery across Pakistan on order of Rs. Add to Wish List Add to Cart. A favorite line in Viper's Nest was "Arthur and Hope, looking young and happy, with their arms around a gaunt, unsmiling man. From head to toe, he was dressed in black. It sent a shiver up my spine, firstly, because I was scared, and second, because I had no idea who this mysterious man in black was.
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I liked the suspense of the last few chapters and the way the author crammed in so much detail. It was very exciting, suspenseful and mysterious at the same time.
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After barging into a secret hideout, Amy and Dan find a substance which was not only Winston Churchill's clue to greatness, but an antidote to Isabel Kabra's poison and prevents Dan's death. My favorite character was Dan, an humorous and seemingly typical eleven year-old boy, but having special qualities that help him and his team to find the thirty-nine clues to immense power.
He has a photographic memory, which helps him when other teams steal his clues. He also has amazing decoding skills which helps with the different anagrams, and puzzles throughout the series.
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One thing I really liked about the author's style was his use of the "third-person omniscient" point of view. He really captures the views of all of the characters, which helps the reader know about all that is happening to every single one of the characters.
This makes the 39 Clues series very interesting. Youngzine is a one-of-a-kind Web site where children can learn about current news and events shaping their world -- in a simple, engaging and interactive manner. Youngzine is a tax-exempt c 3 nonprofit organization.