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Jun 18 2013

Day of doom by David Baldacci

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Cahills Vs Vespers series. Scholastic, 2013. ISBN 9780545298445.
(Age: 11 +) Recommended. Day of Doom is a great way to finish the second series of Cahills vs Vespers.
Amy and Dan have recently found out that the Vespers are trying to build a doomsday device that could destroy Earth. It is an 'all out' chase to stop them using this device.
This book takes you on a ride of mystery, action, near misses and reunions. I was a little disappointed with the use of so much bad language and the excessive amount of deaths, but absolutely loved the suspense and action.
Isaiah Low (student)

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