The Black Circle (The 39 Clues, #5), Into the Mist (The Land of Elyon, 0.5), Skeleton Creek (Skeleton Creek, #1), Stargazer (The Land of Elyon #4), The House of Power (Atherton, #1), The Dark Hills Divide (The Land of Elyon, #1), Pulse (Pulse, #1), The Tenth City (The Land of Elyon, #3), Beyond the Valley of Thorns (The Land of Elyon, #2), Floors
A game of cat and mouse...
A strange telegram lures fourteen-year-old Amy Cahill and her younger brother, Dan, deep into Russia and away from the only trustworthy adult they know. Signed with the initials NRR, the telegram launches a race to uncover a treasure stolen by the Nazis and the truth behind the murder of the last Russian royal family. All too soon, the treasure hunt starts to smell like a Lucian trap. But the bait might just be irresistible...what will Amy and Dan risk to find out what really
happened on the night their parents died?, The Dark Hills Divide
introduces readers to Alexa Daley, who annually visits the town of Bridewell. Alexa is curious about what lies beyond the massive ramparts that surround the city and the walled roads that link Bridewell to nearby towns; soon after town leader Thomas Warvold passes away, Alexa finds herself outside the walls, acquires a stone with remarkable powers, and discovers that she's meant to stop a potential war from occurring.
[Author notes in a video blog at http://www.patrickcarman.com/wp-conte...
, about the series reading order that the books in the original trilogy (The Dark Divide #1, Beyond The Valley of Thorns #2
and The Tenth City #3)
should be read in that order and that Stargazer #4
read after the original trilogy. Otherwise is up to reader preference. Into The Mist
, is a chronological prequel to the trilogy, but the story is told by characters on the boat where The Tenth City
left off; it can be read before or after the original trilogy.], A breakthrough new series from bestselling author Patrick Carman, featuring text and technology in an innovative new way.
Strange things are happening in Skeleton Creek . . . and Ryan and Sarah are trying to get to the heart of it. But after an eerie accident leaves Ryan housebound and forbidden to see Sarah, their investigation takes two tracks: Ryan records everything in his journal, while Sarah uses her videocam to search things out. . .and then email the clips for Ryan to see.
In a new, groundbreaking format, the story is broken into two parts -- Ryan's text in the book, and Sarah's videos on a special website, with links and passwords given throughout the book., -