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Brothers and sisters
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its about agirl named amy and a boy named dan and their famille est the powerfulest but they are over run by famille ....... the vespers and see what happens next?
The first describes Gideon's discovery of the master serum and betrayal by his friend and the first Vesper, Damien Vesper. The second recounts Madeleine Cahill's life and her attempt to reunite the Cahill family. The third tells of Grace's first mission to Casablanca, as she competes against George S. Patton to retrieve Gideon's gold ring. The fourth describes Amy and Dan's retrieval of Gideon's ring that Grace bequeathed to Amy, while escaping from Casper Wyoming, a Vesper member who is after it.
The Cahills thought they were the most powerful family the world had ever known. They thought they were the only ones who knew about Gideon Cahill and his Clues. The Cahills were wrong.
Powerful enemies — the Vespers — have been waiting in the shadows. Now it’s their time to rise and the world will never be the same. In Vespers Rising, a brand new 39 Clues novel, bestselling authors Rick Riordan, Peter Lerangis, Gordon Korman and Jude Watson take on the hidden history of the Cahills and the Vespers, and the last, terrible legacy Grace Cahill leaves for Amy and Dan.
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The next time the vespers strike, they will be ready
"Mistress Kletsch smell like the fart of a dying warthog," Winthrop replied. "And that's after she has taken a bath"
“They climbed through the mountains, through meadows deep with snow and storybook houses that looked like the Von Trapp family was inside singing “My Favorite Things.”
"Funny name for an aircraft," Grace commented. "Is it after your wife?"
"Don't have to see," the pilot grunted. "Olga knows the way."
"Hey, Evan," he said. "I'm Amy's little brother, Dweeb. Nice to meet you, man."
"What am I thinking! I'm not in charge of saving the planet! I'm thirteen years old! I'm not even allowed out of the house without permission!" -Grace Cahill, Vespers Rising
"Vesper stared at her, his knuckles white on the pommel of his sword. Olivia met his eyes and let him know that she--a woman, a grieving wife and mother-- was more dangerous right now than any weapon he could ever create. She would get her way, or she would destroy him. -Olivia Cahill, Vespers Rising
"As Olivia had hoped: Anything freely given couldn't be worth much to a man like Damien Vesper. And a token of love? Worse than useless. He was a predator, a hunter by nature" -Olivia Cahill, Vepers Rising
"Amy, Dan!" he [Dan] squeaked. "Come get my sticky, sugary goodness!" -Dan Cahill, Vespers Rising
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