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After 365 days on the run, Cal Ormond is finally back with his family and friends, and life seems good. But one night, Cal receives a mysterious message - 30 days. Is it a real warning, or a hoax? Has his terrifying past returned to haunt him?
When Cal suddenly disappears, his friends don't know what to think. Have the paparazzi driven him away, or will the truth prove to be far more sinister? Will they find him before it's too late?
The clock is ticking. Any second could be his last.
Callum Ormond has been warned. He has 30 days. The countdown has begun...
This has got to be the best Conspiracy 365 book I've ever seen! The book started off with a most interesting epilogue that got my heart racing. The story flowed well, and at lots of times in the story I thought it was all over, then suddenly it became active again! I liked the fact that at the beginning I was on the verge of clueless as to was was going on, then as I read through the book, it all started to become clear!
The 3D lenticular artwork on the front cover was awesome, although I had to stand at a distance from the book in order for the artwork to be at it's best. I had no negative feelings toward any part of the story, it was either at normal or higher. The whole story sounded so real, my heartbeat almost followed the same frequency of the character's heartbeats, I could see a picture in my head, as if I was really there, witnessing the action!
If this is a bridge book to the next series, I am going to be looking out for the new Conspiracy 365 books, because when they arrive, I'm going to try and get my hands on them! This book is okay for kids 11 years old, mainly because of the language, younger children might have quite a bit of trouble understanding some of the words. I hope you enjoy this book, it's good for adults and kids. Have fun reading!
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