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When Cass dared to taste the Midnight Sun's deadly chocolate, her mind was transported back to Medieval England, leaving her body in a coma. She helps the founder of the Terces Society to escape the wicked clutches of the Midnight Sun and finally finds the Secret but, to her horror, wakes from her coma she has forgotten everything...

Like Lemony Snicket with a little Monty Python. --LA Weekly --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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  • PDF | Unknown pages
  • Pseudonymous Bosch(Author)
  • Findaway World (21 Sept. 2010)
  • English
  • 5
  • Young Adult

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  • By hj on 1 July 2011

    I bought this book after reading the ones before it and I couldn't wait for it to come!! The author keeps you hanging on every page and it is full of adventure and mystery. I really like this book and I think others (adult or child) of either male or female will love it. The book came alot faster than I expected it to and didn't cost too much. When I read this isn't what it looks like I really enjoyed it mostly the parts when the author talks directly to you at a break point.Ella aged 10

  • By Olivia ~ Olivia's Catastrophe on 7 December 2015

    I read this directly after reading the third one, which is not something I usually do. When I read a series I like to read two or more books in between so that I don’t feel the books get too same-y. But this time I really wanted to keep reading this mystery series seeing as the previous book ended on such a cliffhanger.Our familiar trio of Cassandra, Max-Ernest and Yo-Yoji return in this book with some new characters in tow, like Daniel-Not-Danielle, the Glob, the Jester and Anastasia as well. Cassandra is in grave danger, and Max-Ernest must save her before it’s too late. While Cass is racing through time, Max-Ernest is racing against it. Either way, the past and present (and even future) all play together to unlock bits of the mystery continued from the previous book.What I liked so much about this book was that it had a lot of focus from Max-Ernest’s perspective, even though we usually get to see more from Cassandra’s. This is why Max-Ernest became my favourite character. We get to see how much he cares for his friends, how much it hurts to be replaced and also how to deal with separated parents who seem to reattach themselves to each other. Aside from all this, Max-Ernest has his own quirks, like his illness and undying love for chocolate.I’m going to keep this fairly short because I don’t want to give away any major plot points. But go read this!This review and more can be found on Olivia's Catastrophe: http://olivia-savannah.blogspot.nl/2015/12/mini-reviews-two-middle-grade-favourites.html

  • By lozzy on 8 November 2012

    this book is of outstanding quality, and it is a big must read. If you do want to read this book, I advise you to read the first three books of the series in order first:'the name of this book is secret''if you're reading this it's too late'and 'this book is not good for you'all of which are amazing books to read. If you like fantasy books that make you think, but are fun to read, and have a sense of adventure to it as well, than you have to read this book RIGHT NOW!!!!!!!

  • By Connie on 13 June 2013

    I haven't been able to put these books down until I have read them all. They are really, really good

  • By FM on 25 January 2014

    This is by far the most funniest book in the whole series and this book links so well with the other books! A must read!

  • By Mrs. S. Parry on 26 June 2013

    I bought this for my grand-daughter for her 10th birthday as I gather she loves this series, but know no more!

  • By Guest on 31 October 2012

    I love the Secret series, but I really wasn't sure about this one. I got put off by the medieval times, & thought it wasn't as good as normal... the writing wasn't as sharp, & I could only read a couple of chapters at a time because the way PB wrote it, I kept finding it hard to focus on what I was reading. I think the series work best when Max & Cass are together... doesn't quite work so well with them apart.


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