{Beyond the Grave: Jude Watson}

{Beyond the Grave: Jude Watson}

{Synopsis} – A Clue found in Book 3 sends Amy and Dan jetting off to find out just what's behind the fierce rivalry between the Tomas and Ekaterina branches of the Cahill family. Was a Clue stolen from the Tomas branch? Where is it now? And most important, can Amy and Dan get their hands on it before their rivals do?
It's a wild race that will take Amy and Dan deep into the bowels of the earth . . . and right into the hands of the enemy.

{My thoughts} – Another wonderful adventure for Amy, Dan and their Au Pair Nellie. In this book they head off to Egypt based on the clues they received in the last book. This book starts out with them in a market place in Cairo, Egypt where they end up encountering Irina! She has a ploy to steal their information and attempt to put them out of commission, however, they manage to get away from her. They end up meeting a guy named Theo and he helps to get them back to Nellie.

Theo then becomes a main character in the remaining chapters of the book. I have to admit that it always catches me off guard when new characters are introduced but not kept within the series, I was hoping he was a keeper but he parted ways in the end of the book! However, he is quite helpful when it comes to Amy and Dan getting around Egypt so that they don’t get lost and also in the beginning of the book he saves them from making a horrid financial mistake.

Once Amy and Dan are back with Nellie they all go with Theo to a museum and from there the story picks up rapid fast. The action keeps on going and it keeps you wondering what the kids are going to do, how they are going to put the information together to solve the clues, and how are they going to get themselves out of the poor situations they always seem to end up in? I don’t know, but it is always fun to read and find out what is in store for them when it comes to the search for the clues.

Amy seems to be smart when it comes to putting certain things together, but Dan appears to be more gifted in the problem solving department. The two of them along with whatever Cahill member they attempt to alliance with seem to be able to find just enough info to wiggle on through to the next clue!

I don’t think it will ever really amaze me how well written these books are and how much they are so difficult to put down. I read this book in one sitting and enjoyed every last moment of it! If you like the movie series National Treasure by Disney you should enjoy these books. They are fast paced adventure where the main characters search for clues to uncover a hidden family treasure.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.


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