Two sisters' reviews of Young Adult and Middle Grade books, inspired by their lovely library.
What I really liked about this book is how in the beginning, they played the game “The Prisoners Dilemma,” and the option “C” they created. You will just have to read the book to find out what I’m talking about!
Series: The Mysterious Benedict Society, Book 3
Genre: Middle Grade, Fiction, Adventure
If you fail, all is lost.
Join the Mysterious Benedict Society as Reynie, Kate, Sticky, and Constance embark on a daring new adventure that threatens to force them apart from their families, friends, and even each other. When an unexplained blackout engulfs Stonetown, the foursome must unravel clues relating to a nefarious new plot, while their search for answers brings them closer to danger than ever before.
What I really liked about this book is how in the beginning, they played the game The Prisoners Dilemma (which the book is named after), and the option “C” they created in the game. You will just have to read the book to find out what I’m talking about!
The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Prisoner’s Dilemma is my favorite in the series because there are a lot of puzzles to solve. This book reminds me of some Harry Potter books, especially the third, because it has a double ending. Two adventures are going on at the same time, and then both adventures are over, and just when you think it is the end, a whole new one starts!
This is favorite series because of all the puzzles that are woven into the plot. I recommend it for any lovers of Harry Potter, because it has a similar complex story plot.