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After spending the summer at home in Connecticut, Emmy is eager to return to her friends at Wellsworth. Before she leaves, she receives a key to a safety-deposit box and a letter from her father, telling her to hide the surviving relics and to trust no one.

When she returns to school, she realizes her best friend, Lola, is being framed by the Order for a crime she didn't commit. Jonas informs Emmy if she gives up her father, he'll set things right. It all comes to a head at an exhibit on Medieval manuscripts at the British Library. Will Emmy be able to stop them once and for all?

©2020 Julia Nobel (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • Rebecca Davis
  • 02-11-2020

Okay storyline, poor performance

As the second installment in the series, the storyline picks up with Emmy’s second year at Wellsworth and the mysterious Order of Black Hollow Lane. The storyline will appeal to middle-grades readers. The narrator gave a so-so performance (and a poor one compared to the narrator of the first book in this series).

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  • Anonymous User
  • 26-12-2020

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I enjoyed the story but Lola is meant to be Scottish but the new narrator doesn’t even try to put on a different accent for her.The narrator for the first book was so much better and all the characters had different accents.

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