Read about Day of Doom, Book 6 of The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers series by David Baldacci. Day of Doom (The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. A shadowy organization known only as the Vespers snatched seven members of the Cahill family and demanded a. Day of Doom is the sixth and final book in the Cahills vs. Vespers series. It is written by David Baldacci and published on March 5.

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Amy and Dan reunite the Cahills, who are all going to have different lives now. He turned a complex family filled with characters who were relatable and real in the midst of dealing with unrealistic things, he made them caricatures of themselves.

Cahills Vs Vespers Scholastic. But she didn’t redeem herself in her life. The 39 Clues franchise. They fly to Samarkand, Uzbekistan, to find the astrolabe. Some plot holes were too conveniently tied up while the villain turned out to not be so bas as I thought it would be.

And that problem just leaked through dat many times. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. It doesn’t seem realistic. Alistair is presumed to be dead but faked. In Rome, a Vesper dressed like a waiter kills William McIntyre, who leaves a secret message in his shoe before he dies. Not sure vesperx how I feel about her now after reading Day of Doom In London, England, J. Into The Gauntlet is the tenth and penultimate book in the series.


The 39 Clues series consists of adventure novels ; vdspers, the novels also fall within the genre of historical fiction. A lot of ridiculous things happened, and the Cahills were saved by a lot of the above stupid technology.

Curse of the Ancients. Yet, the moment you wake up from your coma thing, you go and kiss the other guy! Certainly not Amy Cahill.

Day of Doom by David Baldacci

It served its purpose: My guess is that the authors were totally shipping Amy and Jake, and you were just in the way, so BAM! You poor, poor guy. There just wasn’t enough of a lot of things.

Baldacci brushes through everything, dusting his hands of this whole business at the end. My first issue with this dokm starts at the very beginning when Baldacci completely ignored how Park had ended book 5.

The last clue is the serum formula, which Dan memorizes, but no one wants it anymore.

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That was just simply a huge letdown. Overall, this book wasn’t the best. Well, it wraps things up He was OK overall. From information translated from German de Virga map archives, Amy concludes that they have to search Neuschwanstein Castle. Dear Amy- You dirty, dirty player. The young Cahills must split up and take to the skies to try to find the answer. And was it necessary?

I’ll start by saying that the ending was pretty predictable. They turned Amy to a drama-queen, boy-crazy girl. I can only assume that he grossly mis I don’t think this final installation of the series deserves one whole star.


The Kabras let them go, finding nothing on them. His eyes were open.

Day of Doom

The pace is hurried, like the author was just trying to fit everything in rather than write a decent book. The siblings survive Isabel’s second assassination attempt and follow a clue to Krakatau the ring of firewhere they meet Alistair. In the second series each book again came with six cards.

I mean seriously, how cam you make out with another guy all the time when you are fully aware that you have a boyfriend, who’s given up everything for you? The Cahills go to the book’s current location at the Library of Philosophy and Cosmology in Prague but cannot enter without a reference.

Baldacci throws in a love triangle and calls it a day. The series consists of only one standalone novel. This book was by far the worst in the series. I think my favorite thing about this book besides the fact that good conquered evil, the Vespers were destroyed, etc.

Amy doesn’t remember any of this, and so David Baldacci is conveniently spared the bother of having to write any scenes explaining how everyone got home. But I truly actually kind of enjoyed it.