A fast-moving twelve-volume crime thriller series from a bestselling Australian author. On New Year's Eve, Callum Ormond is chased down the street by a crazed man with a deadly warning: They killed your father. They'll kill you. You must survive the next 365 days! Now he's on the run. The people who killed his father want him dead, and the police are chasing him for a crime he didn't commit. A month has gone by and he's still no nearer to solving the Ormond Riddle, the family secret that has turned his life into a nightmare. Can he trust the mysterious Winter Frey, or will she lead him further into danger? He has 334 days. The clock is ticking...
Age Range: 10 and up
Grade Level: 5 and up
Series: Conspiracy 365 (Book 2)
Hardcover: 192 pages
Publisher: Kane Miller Book Pub (February 2010)
MY THOUGHTS: This is the second book in the series. I really like this series and will be adding them to my ever growing list of series books to read. I really need to read the first one, but I got the drift of the story, but need a little more info on the reason this is happening. The book is very intense with lots of running, hiding, trying not to get killed and putting trust in a stranger. Callum has met a new person by the name of Winter Frey, she seems to want to help him, but he's not sure of her reason for wanting to help. In the mean time Callum finds a big clue in the Ormond Riddle and try's to figure it out, with the help of a friend. I give this book 5.......
This is also for Read The Months Reading Challenge.
I've also found another reading challenge for 2016. It's being hosted or at The Book Date. It's Women's Fiction Reading Challenge.
This challenge is for those who enjoy reading women's fiction. How might you define this type of book? I define it as any book that is mainly written and marketed for women (although that doesn't stop men reading them, they can and sometimes do), they may contain elements of romance but the book mainly centres around the development of women or a woman throughout the book.
- Motivated 1- 5
- Savvy 6 - 10
- Classy 11- 20
- Go-getter 20 -30
- Fearless 30+
1. Blessing - Lyn Cote
2. Luckiest Girl Alive - Jessica Knoll
3. The Rescued - Marta Perry
4. Hush - Karen Robards
5. The Invention of Wings - Sue Monk Kidd
Thanks for joining in - just a note if you change your mind about which books you are going to read for it you can. Enjoy.ReplyDelete