In Too DeepPaperback - 2011
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He hadn't been this bored since Amy forced him to babysit her Barbies when he was five- Dan's thoughts.
"With a secret of this much power, jealousies are inevitable and no alliances will survive."-Irina Spasky's thoughts.
"For someone who's smarter than a supercomputer, sometimes you're a real idiot." - Natalie Kabra
Amy - "And the exhibit said Fidelio Racco went off to Japan and was never heard from again!" Nellie - "And we have to do the same?"
"You have been chosen as the most likely to succeed in the greatest, most perilous undertaking of all time - a quest of vital importance to the Cahill family and the world at large...."-Grace Cahill's will
"Amy gritted her teeth. 'King Louis XVI even put Franklin's picture on a chamber pot!' Jonah looked at his dad. 'Do we have souvenir chamber pots?' 'No.' His dad whipped out his phone. 'I'll make the call.'"
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Dan and Amy head to Sydney, Australia to learn about what their parents knew about the 39 Clues from their dad's cousin, Sheppard Trent. They discover that Ian and Natalie's mother, Isabel Kabra, has joined the hunt. Isabel hunts the two down to kill them, but the siblings escape and follow a clue to Krakatau (the ring of fire), where they meet Alistair. Isabel sets fire to their hut. Irina Spasky dies while saving Amy, Dan and Alistair. After the fire, the three look in Irina's bag and find song lyrics, revealing the clue, water. At the end of the book, they start to suspect that Nellie spies on them for someone else.
A hint from their parents’ past puts Amy and Dan on the trail of secrets their grandmother Grace would NEVER have wanted them to know. Awful memories begin to crowd in on Amy, just as her enemies circle closer. How far would she go to protect Dan? How much of a Cahill is she prepared to be? Perhaps Grace was right – some secrets are better left buried.
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