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djaq
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The Mysterious Bennidict Society

The Mysterious Benedict Society and The Prisoner's Dilemma (Mysterious Benedict Society Series #3)  

The Mysterious Benedict Society (Mysterious Benedict Society Series #1)  

The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Perilous Journey (Mysterious Benedict Society Series #2)  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ok, so this is a series that I've liked for a while, although it is meant for younger-ish readers. Has anyone else read them? If you haven't, I recommend them. The series is mainly about four young kids, Constance, Kate, Renyie, and Sticky, and each one has a special skill or talent that makes them unique to other childeren. Kate is extremely resourceful, Renyie is logical, Sticky is smarter than most adults, and Constance.. Well, she's pretty special too. Lol.    


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Re: The Mysterious Bennidict Society

My little sisters has read these books, but they didn't seem like my kind of books. Are they really that good?Just wondering =)


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Re: The Mysterious Bennidict Society

I have read/own the 1st book it that series, and even though it is kinda a little kids book, I am 16 and I loved it.

 

When I first started rading it, it was ok and it wasn't grabbing my attention that much, but once I got further into it, I coiuldn't wait to see what happened next.

 

I always thought that it was kinda like the A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket.

 

I think my fav character is Constance, because she is sooo stubborn! And at the end she holds a very interesting secret for everyone

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Re: The Mysterious Bennidict Society

I got them for christmas from my grandpa, and have been hesitant to read them since i thought they would be more towards the kiddy side

 

but after hearing about if from you guys, i'll probably try them; glad to hear they are good!(:

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Re: The Mysterious Bennidict Society

I don't think you'll regret it. You just have to keep on reading it :smileywink:

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