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In this third book in the Charlie Thorne series from bestselling author Stuart Gibbs, Charlie tracks down Cleopatra’s greatest treasure in Egypt. Charlie Thorne is a genius. Charlie Thorne is a renegade. Charlie Thorne isn’t going down without a fight. After tracking down incredible discoveries by Einstein and Darwin, Charlie is back. This time, the great ruler Cleopatra h In this third book in the Charlie Thorne series from bestselling author Stuart Gibbs, Charlie tracks down Cleopatra’s greatest treasure in Egypt. Charlie Thorne is a genius. Charlie Thorne is a renegade. Charlie Thorne isn’t going down without a fight. After tracking down incredible discoveries by Einstein and Darwin, Charlie is back. This time, the great ruler Cleopatra has left behind an extremely valuable and powerful treasure, its location encoded on an ancient stone tablet. In 30 BCE, Cleopatra and her husband, Marc Antony, lost their war against Octavian for control of the Egyptian Empire. However, Cleopatra knew Octavian was really after the mysterious item that was the source of all her wealth and influence, so she hid it before committing suicide. She left a series of devious clues behind for her children to find it, but they were lost to history…until now. In a breathless adventure that takes her across the globe, Charlie must fight for her life against ruthless enemies, match wits with Cleopatra, and solve the two-thousand-year-old mystery to prevent the most powerful treasure of the ancient world from falling into the wrong hands.


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In this third book in the Charlie Thorne series from bestselling author Stuart Gibbs, Charlie tracks down Cleopatra’s greatest treasure in Egypt. Charlie Thorne is a genius. Charlie Thorne is a renegade. Charlie Thorne isn’t going down without a fight. After tracking down incredible discoveries by Einstein and Darwin, Charlie is back. This time, the great ruler Cleopatra h In this third book in the Charlie Thorne series from bestselling author Stuart Gibbs, Charlie tracks down Cleopatra’s greatest treasure in Egypt. Charlie Thorne is a genius. Charlie Thorne is a renegade. Charlie Thorne isn’t going down without a fight. After tracking down incredible discoveries by Einstein and Darwin, Charlie is back. This time, the great ruler Cleopatra has left behind an extremely valuable and powerful treasure, its location encoded on an ancient stone tablet. In 30 BCE, Cleopatra and her husband, Marc Antony, lost their war against Octavian for control of the Egyptian Empire. However, Cleopatra knew Octavian was really after the mysterious item that was the source of all her wealth and influence, so she hid it before committing suicide. She left a series of devious clues behind for her children to find it, but they were lost to history…until now. In a breathless adventure that takes her across the globe, Charlie must fight for her life against ruthless enemies, match wits with Cleopatra, and solve the two-thousand-year-old mystery to prevent the most powerful treasure of the ancient world from falling into the wrong hands.

30 review for Charlie Thorne and the Curse of Cleopatra

  1. 4 out of 5

    Darla

    You had me at Cleopatra, Stuart Gibbs. She is on my list of favorite people to read about in history. This book did not disappoint. I actually liked it even better than my first Charlie Thorne read: Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation. There are some really great stunts and escapes in this book. I must say that the CIA comes out looking pretty terrible. They should have kept their fearless leader from the first two books. If you want to learn more true facts about Cleopatra and go on some incre You had me at Cleopatra, Stuart Gibbs. She is on my list of favorite people to read about in history. This book did not disappoint. I actually liked it even better than my first Charlie Thorne read: Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation. There are some really great stunts and escapes in this book. I must say that the CIA comes out looking pretty terrible. They should have kept their fearless leader from the first two books. If you want to learn more true facts about Cleopatra and go on some incredible adventures in Egypt, Greece, and NYC -- pick this one up for an exciting and informative summer read. Thank you to Simon & Schuster and Edelweiss+ for a DRC in exchange for an honest review.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tonja Drecker

    First, I have to admit that I haven't read the other books in the series. That's a mistake, but not because it was hard to sink into this book...actually, it wasn't a problem to immediately be drawn into the story and understand exactly what was going on (so, this can be read as a stand-alone). It's a mistake not to read the others first because this adventure is truly tons of fun to read, and I can only imagine the rest of the series is a treat, too. Charlie just turned thirteen and has just dis First, I have to admit that I haven't read the other books in the series. That's a mistake, but not because it was hard to sink into this book...actually, it wasn't a problem to immediately be drawn into the story and understand exactly what was going on (so, this can be read as a stand-alone). It's a mistake not to read the others first because this adventure is truly tons of fun to read, and I can only imagine the rest of the series is a treat, too. Charlie just turned thirteen and has just discovered a huge clue to take her on her next search for an ancient treasure, which could mean huge trouble if it falls into the wrong hands. She's located an Egyptian stone tablet, which holds the secret to the power Cleopatra hoped to entrust her own son with before Octavian's victory. So far, no one seems to suspect what the tablet truly hides, but Charlie knows exactly how to decipher the clues. But even with her amazing intelligence, wit and skills, time's against her as more and more organizations realize she's on a new hunt. Action, excitement, tension, and clever deduction make this an exciting read, which flows seamlessly from beginning to end. The fast pace keeps the reader on their toes, never leaving even a smidgen of space for boredom to seep in. Charlie races around the world, going from one exotic location to the next. Each one carries cultural flair and a few details to highlight the atmosphere, and yet, there's never a load of descriptions to slow things down, either. It's high-action the entire way through, and that with more than a handful of characters. Even each of these carries enough personality to make them intriguing, and each one harbors their own goals. While the action and plot twist this way and that with all sorts of unexpected moments and directions, the author manages to build in quite a bit of history, too. The first chapter with Cleopatra grabs and puts her in a more natural light than is often found in literature. The historical tidbits, which Charlie uses to pull the clues together, are as interesting as the places she visits. Throw in the illustrations of the clues she discovers, and it's more than intriguing mix. This is sold for ages ten and up, and the subject matter does work well with the upper middle grade range and beyond. Sensitive readers might find some scenes a little harder, thanks to a few moments of violence...nothing over the top, but there are shootings and other harsher acts in a true, hardened spy world. For the average reader, it is tension pure and a gripping read. I received an ARC and was completely drawn in by this adventure.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Yapha

    I was so excited for this book that I had to read it immediately. It exceeded my expectations! The search for scientific innovations takes Charlie into modern day Egypt and Cleopatra's legacy. It is a fantastic historical mystery and adventure, well-researched with the information woven into the story to keep readers on the edge of their seats. Gibbs also includes an important look at the portrayal of powerful women in history and the biases they face. The Charlie Thorne series just keeps gettin I was so excited for this book that I had to read it immediately. It exceeded my expectations! The search for scientific innovations takes Charlie into modern day Egypt and Cleopatra's legacy. It is a fantastic historical mystery and adventure, well-researched with the information woven into the story to keep readers on the edge of their seats. Gibbs also includes an important look at the portrayal of powerful women in history and the biases they face. The Charlie Thorne series just keeps getting better and better! I can't wait for more! Highly recommended for grades 4 & up. eARC provided by publisher via Edelweiss

  4. 5 out of 5

    Dhruv

    This book is amazing, much better than the first two. I got an ARC from Edelweiss and loved the book. It had much more action and suspense than the first 2 books COMBINED! 100% definitely should read!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ms. Yingling

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Charlie evaded authorities in Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation and Charlie Thorne and the Lost City, and now feels that there are further clues to be found while she's wandering around the world with the Einstein's Pandora code lodged in her photgraphic memory. She's managed to break away even from her half brother Dante and his coworker and love interest Milana, and has crashed a party in order to look at a tablet inscribed in Latin that may have clues from C E ARC provided by Edelweiss Plus Charlie evaded authorities in Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation and Charlie Thorne and the Lost City, and now feels that there are further clues to be found while she's wandering around the world with the Einstein's Pandora code lodged in her photgraphic memory. She's managed to break away even from her half brother Dante and his coworker and love interest Milana, and has crashed a party in order to look at a tablet inscribed in Latin that may have clues from Cleopatra on it. It's owner isn't thrilled to find her in his private quarters, and even less thrilled after she chloroforms him and escapes. This is just the beginning of Charlie's adventures being chased by just about all of the secret service organizations around the world, who all want something from her. Since Charlie has money she has stolen from a company that stole her computer program, money is no object. When she meets up again with Dante and Milana, they follow the clues and find directions and objects that no one else in two thousand years has been able to process or find. These clues take them from Greece to Italy to New York, and Charlie seems to be unstoppable. Will she be able to find clues from all of the brilliant minds that have left them behind? N.B. I read this on the last day of state testing (which went on for almost a month), so was a little cranky. I usually love this series, and thought this would be particularly great since I've actually visited Greece and Italy, but I found myself being annoyed at Charlie and her methods, especially ditching her brother. Probably just jealous of all of the traveling she got to do! Strengths: Charlie has all of the qualities that many middle school students want-- autonomy from parents (who aren't dead, just unsupportive), unlimited money, super intelligence, awesome spy skills, and reason to travel the world. This is heavy on exciting chase scene, and the excitement rarely lets up. There are lots of people after Charlie and her knowledge, but she manages to constantly get the best of the bad guys. In this case, I was a fan of the bad guys being somewhat bumbling and definitely evil; while I appreciate a nuanced villain, Charlie is a more straight forward character. Her hunting down a college friend so she could get help from the girl's aunt was an interesting peek into her past. This was definitely a romp equal to or better than the first two books. It's hard to keep up that energy, but Gibbs does a great job. Weaknesses: There's a lot of really interesting and helpful history of the ancient world, so this would be fantastic for the fifteen high school students still studying Latin in the US (remember, I taught Latin a lifetime ago), but sometimes there were rather large chunks of it that slowed the story down. I also found myself wondering how long it would have taken Cleopatra to get all of her clues in far flung places, given the rate of travel during her time, and whether her children would have been able to figure out the clues AND do all of that traveling! What I really think: There's definitely at least one more adventure coming up, since Charlie mentions finding Isaac Newton's secrets, but I hope this series wraps up in five books. Any more than that, and it's tough to get readers to invest in longer series, even though the Spy School and Fun Jungle series are still going strong. They are the exceptions that makes the rule.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Hope Hunter

    Charlie Thorne has become one of my favorite book characters! This is the 3rd book in the series, and each book is better than the last! In this book, Charlie is still on her quest to uncover the treasures from Einstein's list. She is headed to Egypt to find Cleopatra's secret to her great wealth. I loved the historical look into Cleopatra's life and her successful rule, even though her life ended in tragedy at her own hands. Cleopatra is portrayed as a highly intelligent ruler instead of a. pre Charlie Thorne has become one of my favorite book characters! This is the 3rd book in the series, and each book is better than the last! In this book, Charlie is still on her quest to uncover the treasures from Einstein's list. She is headed to Egypt to find Cleopatra's secret to her great wealth. I loved the historical look into Cleopatra's life and her successful rule, even though her life ended in tragedy at her own hands. Cleopatra is portrayed as a highly intelligent ruler instead of a. pretty face who married some other powerful guys. Several myths were dispelled in this book regarding Cleopatra and her family and life and I learned some Egyptian history I never knew before. The nonstop action in this book and the scrapes that Charlie finds herself in and barely gets herself out of make this a page-turner and nearly impossible to put down. I also like the movement of Dante and Milana's storyline. I'm looking forward to seeing what happens to them and hoping Arthur Zell gets his own in the next book!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Castaneda

    Charlie Thorne and the Curse of Cleopatra by Stuart Gibbs is book 3 in the Charlie Thorne series. This author is so talented, writing multiple series that captivate kids. This book is no exception. Here, you will find danger and intrigue and all set in Egypt. I adored everything about this book. I received a digital copy of this book from the publisher with no obligations. These opinions are entirely my own.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Stormi (BMReviewsohmy)

    So I will admit when I first started this series I wasn't a huge fan of Charlie Thorne, I mean it was really hard to believe that a 12 year old, who is like a super genius, could still 40 million dollars (there is a reason and you learn that in book 1) and now be a fugitive and be able to pretty much do about anything.  I thought book one was okay, wasn't a huge fan of book 2, but that is because I am not a fan of Charles Darwin, but I think I must be getting use to Charlie Thorne because I enjo So I will admit when I first started this series I wasn't a huge fan of Charlie Thorne, I mean it was really hard to believe that a 12 year old, who is like a super genius, could still 40 million dollars (there is a reason and you learn that in book 1) and now be a fugitive and be able to pretty much do about anything.  I thought book one was okay, wasn't a huge fan of book 2, but that is because I am not a fan of Charles Darwin, but I think I must be getting use to Charlie Thorne because I enjoyed this book but a lot more than the others. I have suspended my disbelief enough to just roll with it...lol. So there are things I can't talk about because it would spoil book one but basically Charlie is on the run from several different governments because of some information in her head from what happened in book one. One thing she did learn and what is the basis of this series is that Einstien learned about some information about a group of historical figures who have hidden something valuable. In this one the focus is on what Cleopatra hid and Charlie knows exactly where to find the first clue! (Of Course) So we start out in Egypt where she breaks into this mans house to get a rubbing off of a artifact and causes all sorts of chaos and gets even more people looking for her. Her half brother Dante works for the CIA and he and his partner are on Charlie's trail again but things are kind of getting changed at the CIA because of things that happened in previous books. They are getting a new boss and he is not so sure about this 12 year old girl and the information she has which causes some problems in this book. Meanwhile, Charlie, Dante and his partner (whose name escapes me) are off to follow these clues to try and find out what it is that Cleopatra hid, it takes them from Egypt, to Athens, to Rome and finally the US. Charlie it seems knows a lot about Cleopatra which helps them locate the clues that take them from one place to anthor it's really hard to believe this kid knows so much but it was still fun following her around. She is like a mini Robert Langdon from the Dan Brown books...lol. One thing I like about this series is that you get to learn a lot about the famous figure that the book is about. I like kids books that are informative and that is one of my favorite things about Stuart Gibbs books. I think if you have kids that love adventure books then they will definitly like the Charlie Thorne series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tara

    Is it just me, or does the Charlie Thorne series keep getting better and better? Spoiler Alert: it's not just me. In this adventure, Charlie Thorne may have met her match when she seeks to solve a series of clues written by none other than Cleopatra. While this ancient royal is often considered the beauty queen of the Nile - she was also a thinker for the ages - and the scavenger hunt she created to help her eldest son, Caesarion, uncover the mysterious item holding the key to her wealth and influ Is it just me, or does the Charlie Thorne series keep getting better and better? Spoiler Alert: it's not just me. In this adventure, Charlie Thorne may have met her match when she seeks to solve a series of clues written by none other than Cleopatra. While this ancient royal is often considered the beauty queen of the Nile - she was also a thinker for the ages - and the scavenger hunt she created to help her eldest son, Caesarion, uncover the mysterious item holding the key to her wealth and influence will take Charlie, the CIA, the Israeli Mossad, and the Egyptian Mukhabarat (as well as a ruthless Egyptian crime family) on a dangerous chase across the globe. Who will reach it first? It's anyone's guess in this fast-paced mystery. Fans of Stuart Gibbs who have already experienced Charlie's abilities in past adventures will continue to be thrilled by her trademark smarts and sarcasm - while also enjoying growing depth in this leading character. Readers who are new to the Charlie Thorne series will be able to grasp the storyline presented in Charlie Thorne and the Curse of Cleopatra, too, and are guaranteed to be grabbing the first books in the series to access the story's origin. I believe I once read that Stuart Gibbs has targeted this series for readers who are a little older than his Spy School, Space Case, and FunJungle fans. Action sequences involve more dangerous situations most would find appropriate for middle school readers that are typical of series like Alex Rider, City Spies, and I,Q. Students with an interest in ancient Egypt will immediately be drawn in through the prologue's backstory and the other ancient sites showcased as part of the action will continue to keep their interest. I was fascinated by the information Gibbs included about our calendar! Charlie Thorne may have found a kindred spirit in Cleopatra - and with a tease about another famous mystery to be solved, I'm excited to see what this series will offer next! Charlie Thorne and the Curse of Cleopatra

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Harrington

    Another great adventure with Charlie Thorne! Great backstory and information on Cleopatra!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kacie Fleck

    Impeccable book I loved this book, it was fun and exciting, but better yet, it was thrill-enducing! I got really hooked up in it. I would recommend this to people who like history, adventure and possibly mystery.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Linda V

    Another fun, action-packed treasure hunt for Charlie Thorne! This new adventure is just as fun as the others she has been on. Don't tell the kids that there is just enough history involved in these books that they might learn something! Of course, Gibbs has a way of choosing what historical facts to use that will not be boring. Why not have people hiding behind the ruins of an ancient latrine? (And explain how they were used!) Young readers will certainly find that hilarious/gross/fascinating! Al Another fun, action-packed treasure hunt for Charlie Thorne! This new adventure is just as fun as the others she has been on. Don't tell the kids that there is just enough history involved in these books that they might learn something! Of course, Gibbs has a way of choosing what historical facts to use that will not be boring. Why not have people hiding behind the ruins of an ancient latrine? (And explain how they were used!) Young readers will certainly find that hilarious/gross/fascinating! All of Gibbs' books are hugely popular in the MS library where I work. I have read them all and will gladly admit that the Charlie Thorne series is my favorite. Looking forward to the next treasure hunt!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Salmavadia

    I LOVE THIS SERIES!!! The first book was gifted to me by my grade 5 teacher when I was in grade 6 because I was in love with spy books. I FELL IN LOVE RIGHT AWAY!! Naturally, I immediately ran to pre-order the second book and I was yet again blown away!! I am literally so excited I can't even sit still.🥲 I LOVE THIS SERIES!!! The first book was gifted to me by my grade 5 teacher when I was in grade 6 because I was in love with spy books. I FELL IN LOVE RIGHT AWAY!! Naturally, I immediately ran to pre-order the second book and I was yet again blown away!! I am literally so excited I can't even sit still.🥲

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Charlie Thorne just gets better and better. I love the research and detail and don't understand how it to not boring to have so much information doled out by the main character, but it's not. It's exciting and fascinating and you keep thinking "why didn't I know that?" Very exciting and honestly, a great set up for the series to just keep going on and on. Charlie Thorne just gets better and better. I love the research and detail and don't understand how it to not boring to have so much information doled out by the main character, but it's not. It's exciting and fascinating and you keep thinking "why didn't I know that?" Very exciting and honestly, a great set up for the series to just keep going on and on.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sheldon

    Maybe I’m just a 74 year old young adult, but I loved this Charlie Thorn adventure and am looking forward to the next one. Find your inner teen and enjoy this thriller. Even the writing is good!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Colleen

    This series is ridiculous, but I am still here for it. What did I think? So far, my favorite book in the series is the second book, but that is majorly due to how I thought it was like Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Plus, the second book did not have Mossad, which increased the ridiculous factor. Mossad is back along with THREE other antagonist groups/people. The third group was nuts and I felt a bit ashamed by this group or should I said person for he told this group to go a This series is ridiculous, but I am still here for it. What did I think? So far, my favorite book in the series is the second book, but that is majorly due to how I thought it was like Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Plus, the second book did not have Mossad, which increased the ridiculous factor. Mossad is back along with THREE other antagonist groups/people. The third group was nuts and I felt a bit ashamed by this group or should I said person for he told this group to go after two characters and permanently end another. THAT is ridiculous onto itself and I was like "REALLY?!" when that tidbit was revealed. I am still not sure I like Charlie. There is something about her that rubs me the wrong way. Maybe it is her attitude or how she treats Dante? I also think Charlie is a bit presumptuous to think she would never be persuaded to use the scientific discoveries for the wrong reasons. She also had a National Treasure Ben Gates moment somewhat early on in the book, which I thought that is what it was and yet she played like it was actually true. I am glad it was a fake out like what Ben Gates did with the lanterns in National Treasure. Dante While this book did some work to make Charlie closer to Dante, I am still not satisfy. Dante is not a bad guy. Sure, he blackmailed his younger sister to working with the CIA, but she did leave him behind TWICE! She maybe a capable kid, but she is still a kid. She is like Damian Wayne in that regard. They are both very capable kids that should not have to take on the whole world. Dante is like the Dick Grayson to Charlie's Damian Wayne. Cleopatra Some of the information revealed in this book I felt I knew, like her leadership capabilities or at the very least it was not surprising to me. With that said, I wished their was a bibliography for the factual information. I also would like some more information about whether Cleopatra's curse was about her sex. Plus, may I remind people that maybe the reason people think of Cleopatra as only seductress is because that is how she is portrayed in movies? Most people are not going to crack open a book and get more information about someone let alone Cleopatra, if there are a lot of movies out there that seem to depict a believable person. Speaking of Factual Information I question the accuracy of the information. Charlie said Eratosthenes came with the "exact" measurement of the Earth (circumference). False! He was actually off, but he WAS not off by that much. He said the Earth was 252,000 stades or 24,662 miles, but he was actually about 200 miles off (Laskey, Kathryn, The Librarian Who Measured the Earth 1994). That is still achievement with only math and human walkers. The Ending The ending had a Red flavored end. When I mean Red, I mean the movie starring Bruce Willis. The target audience should not understand the reference, but that what the end reminded me of. I also feel uneasy how Dante and Milana's job situation was left. Verdict: While I ridiculous and I question the factual information, this series is pretty entertaining.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Melanie Dulaney

    The Charlie Thorne series is a whirlwind of chase scenes, dangerous forays into secret places, and mini history lessons with multi-national agents all seeking to get Charlie Thorne and whatever amazing treasure she is after or has secreted away in her incredible brain! Of course it’s all impossible, but so is having a super secret spy school for tweens and teens or a zoo that is constantly having mysteries and murders solved by two kids, or a fully-inhabited base on the moon, but Stuart Gibbs wr The Charlie Thorne series is a whirlwind of chase scenes, dangerous forays into secret places, and mini history lessons with multi-national agents all seeking to get Charlie Thorne and whatever amazing treasure she is after or has secreted away in her incredible brain! Of course it’s all impossible, but so is having a super secret spy school for tweens and teens or a zoo that is constantly having mysteries and murders solved by two kids, or a fully-inhabited base on the moon, but Stuart Gibbs writes in a way that has middle grade readers (and adults who love MG lit) hanging on every word and wanting to believe that every word could absolutely happen. This 3rd installment in the Charlie Thorne series focuses on the myths and realities of Cleopatra and send Charlie, her half brother Dante and his CIA partner Milana across the globe searching for a treasure hidden by the much maligned ruler. The length may be a bit daunting for some in the target age range of 10 & up, but the fast pace will make the effort worthwhile. As in previous books, Mr. Gibbs includes vocabulary that is not typical for the 10-13 year old crowd, but the rich context will make comprehension easy and may even teach readers a few new words! No profanity or sexual content, but there is violence as Mossad, CIA, evil rich men, and others fight each other and our trio of heroes in an effort to win the prize. Outstanding addition to the series and can, if books 1 and 2 just aren’t available, be read out of order without much difficulty at all. Thanks for the print arc, Simon & Schuster.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Kokes

    Charlie Thorne and the Curse of Cleopatra is a children’s book written by Stuart Gibbs. It is the third book in the Charlie Thorne series. Summary: Charlie Thorne is off on another adventure to discover the true treasure of Cleopatra. Can she dodge the Israelis, the Egyptians, an evil magnate and his henchmen, and even the CIA to find the treasure first? My Thoughts: This book is packed with adventure. There are interesting clues to follow, copious amounts of exciting chase scenes, and a plot that Charlie Thorne and the Curse of Cleopatra is a children’s book written by Stuart Gibbs. It is the third book in the Charlie Thorne series. Summary: Charlie Thorne is off on another adventure to discover the true treasure of Cleopatra. Can she dodge the Israelis, the Egyptians, an evil magnate and his henchmen, and even the CIA to find the treasure first? My Thoughts: This book is packed with adventure. There are interesting clues to follow, copious amounts of exciting chase scenes, and a plot that keeps the reader guessing until the very end. I read this book aloud to my kids, and we all thoroughly enjoyed it. This is the best of the series so far, and I would definitely recommend this one-it was a fun and exciting read! I would like to thank Simon and Schuster Children’s Publishing for providing me with a free digital copy of this book in exchange for my review. Thank you!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nadia

    Good book, strange time passages I have enjoyed this series since it came out, but as it has gone on it has begun to rely too heavily on the main three characters. The plans Charlie have are far too convenient and her being unable to fail at all take away from the book. As well as this the whole part of going on a boat from Europe to New York as well as racing with Semel and co. who employ planes didn't work. How they went on a boat got to New York and saved the day was very rushed and strange to Good book, strange time passages I have enjoyed this series since it came out, but as it has gone on it has begun to rely too heavily on the main three characters. The plans Charlie have are far too convenient and her being unable to fail at all take away from the book. As well as this the whole part of going on a boat from Europe to New York as well as racing with Semel and co. who employ planes didn't work. How they went on a boat got to New York and saved the day was very rushed and strange to read. The timing didn't make sense. However as with every Stuart Gibbs book it was an enjoyable read with funny characters and deep insight.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jonah

    eARC Provided by Edelweiss This is most likely the best book in the series so far. It combines the genius of Charlie Thorne's Character with well-written action sequences and an awesome plot. The book takes Charlie on a historical journey through Egypt, Greece, and so many other places. This is definitely a good read for anyone looking for an exciting, suspenseful, and informative novel. eARC Provided by Edelweiss This is most likely the best book in the series so far. It combines the genius of Charlie Thorne's Character with well-written action sequences and an awesome plot. The book takes Charlie on a historical journey through Egypt, Greece, and so many other places. This is definitely a good read for anyone looking for an exciting, suspenseful, and informative novel.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shelly

    I love listening to the Charlie Thorne books. I hope the narrator continues with all of the books in the series. Stuart Gibbs has a hit with Charlie Thorne. So much action and critical thinking by Charlie. Really makes me want to look up more information about Cleopatra and all her hidden secrets.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Andréa

    Note: I accessed a digital review copy of this book through Edelweiss.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Laurie Hnatiuk

    Review to come.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nicky Rosenthal

  25. 5 out of 5

    Shuang Hu

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cameron Broomfield

  27. 5 out of 5

    Summer Tucker

  28. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

  29. 4 out of 5

    Maria Cecelia

  30. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Chen

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