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Trust No One

The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers, Book 5
Narrated by: David Pittu
Length: 4 hrs and 41 mins
Categories: Children, Ages 8-10
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A surprising twist brings Amy and Dan back to New England for their first mission on U.S. soil since the beginning of the Clue hunt. But being close to home is anything but a comfort. The siblings have learned that there's a mole in the Cahill organization.... And the traitor is one of their closest confidantes. However, this betrayal is overshadowed when Amy and Dan make an even more devastating discovery: the truth about the Vespers' real plan. Burdened with this terrifying information, Amy and Dan are forced to ask an impossible question: Is it more important to save the hostages...or stop the Vespers?

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.

©2012 Linda Sue Park (P)2012 Scholastic

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  • Lisa Chaddock
  • 27-01-2013

Better than I was led to believe

What did you love best about Trust No One?

The characters are growing up, as you would expect through a series like this.

What other book might you compare Trust No One to and why?

Septimus Heap book series, Artemus Fowl book series, these are adventures with the "growing up" theme and beginner romance interspersed.

Which scene was your favorite?

Amy finding out about the mole in the group/family. And the Voynich Manuscript!

If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Around the world again and again

Any additional comments?

This is a Young Adult offering, so one should expect a fun romp around the world that goes non-stop from start to finale, which is to say, the set up for the next book in the series. The 39 clues series is altogether one of this geography teachers favorite books series, because it gets my students to look up places and history.

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  • wendy
  • 14-01-2013

Great Family book

Would you consider the audio edition of Trust No One to be better than the print version?

yes it was fun to listen to in the truck. We looked for places to go so we could hear the next chapter.

What did you like best about this story?

The fact that my teenager and I had something to talk about.The story is about kids that do amazing things.

Have you listened to any of David Pittu’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

yes

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When they thought they had missed a deadline.

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  • A
  • 29-12-2012

The worse book in the 39 Clues series

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Whereas all the other books in the series have plenty of substance and credibility, this book really undoes all the great work of the previous authors. There is no red thread that connects the back story and worse still the central characters start to go through a major personality change!

Has Trust No One turned you off from other books in this genre?

No

What about David Pittu’s performance did you like?

Same as usual - stunning repertoire of dialects and intonation keeps it all believable.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Major disappointment

Any additional comments?

I'm sure others will agree - we'd rather wait longer for the next instalment than listen to the weak ill conceived story we were duped with on this occasion.

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  • Angelbaby
  • 10-02-2020

The Vespers plan

This book starts with Amy, Dan, Atticus, and Jake back in America but still on the run from Vesper members who are trying to kill them. Fenix lost and all alone but away from the captivity of the Vespers, he is now trying to survive and get to where someone can help him. And Evan still identifying who the mole was in the family, and you will never guess who the mole is. Now Evan is trying to frantically get ahold of Amy and let her know who the mole is and the proof that he had on the mole, but would he be able to reach her in time before the mole gets to her, she is always running from the Vesper goons. Shenade has gotten away with being the mole, she got close to Amy so she could keep an eye on if Dan or Amy created the serum which she wanted for her brothers, to help cure them from the accident during the 39 Clues hunt. Uncle Alistar was injured too bad and his injury got infected and while he was in captivity he was unable to fight through the infection, he ended up passing away. Jake and Atticus remember something about their mother's last words, and now they are trying to figure out who this mysterious friend is that their mother had and what does she have to do with the clue hunt as well. Finally with he help of Atticus and Jake they figured out what the Vespers were up to, and Dan is willing to make the formula that Giddian Cahill created decades ago to try and fight the Vespers.

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  • Karen Crawford
  • 25-05-2016

Out of Character and Not Kid Friendly Whatsoever

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

My kids love the 39 Clues series as our family has listened to all the books together as we have been traveling. The problem with this book is that it introduced kid unfriendly elements (ie naked women, profanity, and a unnecessary death scene) that were absent in the other books. These elements were not only undesirable in a kids series but tainted the whole experience for our family (we didn't finish the book). I understand the author has won several awards but if I were Scholastic, I'd keep her away from the series!

What didn’t you like about David Pittu’s performance?

David Pittu is excellent!!!

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  • B L
  • 26-04-2015

tooo good BUT

too short. your gonna want to read the whole series. ive previously read all the 39 clue books to date. but being able to listen to them adds a new depth to the story, most importantly it makes connections with the characters that you might not have noticed otherwise.