Thursday, January 7, 2010

Conspiracy 365 by Gabrielle Lord (by Guest Reviewer)


On December 31st, fifteen year old Callum Ormond heard his name being called by a stranger he didn't even know. Before he could run away he shouts out to him "They killed your father. They're killing me! You must go into hiding until December 31st next year." After hearing those devastating words, Callum must uncover the mysterious history of his family and do so, he must use the few clues his father left behind. Now Callum is being framed for a crime he didn't commit and is a wanted fugitive not just by the authorities, but by the people who killed his father. While Callum races against time to uncover the clues, Callum must also be aware of the people who are willing to get to him by any means necessary. Will Callum uncover the dark secret which his father died over? Will he even survive the next 365 days?


Wow.. that's all I pretty much have to say about this book! It got directly to the point at the beginning, and it started picking up pace immediately. It sort of reminded me of Bourne Identity, but the story is totally different. It was definitely a quick read because it only took me a couple of hours to read, but it sure keeps you on the edge of your seat. I definitely think this book is a best seller series in the making and anyone who likes books with tons of action and a mysterious twist to it will really enjoy Conspiracy 365. I would recommend this for ages 12 and up.

Conspiracy 365 is now out in bookstores near you in the US, AU, and UK! This review was written by Margaret, our guest reviewer.


|Pages: 192|Year Published: Jan. 2009|Publisher: Kane/Miller|
|Genre: Contemporary fiction, action & adventure, thriller|
|Age Group: YA, ages 12+|Content: None|
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4 comments:

jon m. said...

Cool, thanks! I was really wanting to get that book, but I just didn't know if it would actually be any good or not... awesome!

Becky said...

Ooh sounds action packed! I'm not sure this is quite my think but I'd still like to try it to find out. Great review.

Elie said...

Glad to hear it moves at a good pace. Great review.

You have been nominated!
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Jeff said...

I really enjoyed it even though it's written for young boys...it really does appeal to adults as well. February is now out and looking forward to the rest. You can get free collectible bookmarks and posters with your order at www.conspiracy365.Org

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