Charlie Thorne And The Last Equation
ISBN: 1534424768
EAN13: 9781534424760
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 17, 2019
Pages: 400
Dimensions: 1.2" H x 8.25" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 1.03 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Fast-paced, smart, and action-packed.a real page-burner. --Chris Grabenstein, #1 New York Times bestelling author of the Mr. Lemoncello's Library series

A 2020 Texas Lone Star Reading List Pick

From New York Times bestselling author Stuart Gibbs comes the first novel in a thrilling new series about the world's youngest and smartest genius who's forced to use her unbelievable code-breaking skills to outsmart Einstein.

Charlie Thorne is a genius.
Charlie Thorne is a thief.
Charlie Thorne isn't old enough to drive.

And now it's up to her to save the world.

Decades ago, Albert Einstein devised an equation that could benefit all life on earth--or destroy it. Fearing what would happen if the equation fell into the wrong hands, he hid it.

But now, a diabolical group known as the Furies are closing in on its location. In desperation, a team of CIA agents drags Charlie into the hunt, needing her brilliance to find it first--even though this means placing her life in grave danger.

In a breakneck adventure that spans the globe, Charlie must crack a complex code created by Einstein himself, struggle to survive in a world where no one can be trusted, and fight to keep the last equation safe once and for all.

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   Charlie Thorne and the last equation
Stuart Gibbs is one of my favorite authors, but his Spy School and Funjungle series are better. I liked that it didn't have any bad things to say. There was no violence either. It's geared towards younger kids. 11 and younger.
 
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   Charlie Thorne and the last equation
One of my favorite authors is Stuart Gibbs, but I liked his series Spy School and Funjungle better. I liked that it did not have profanity or romance. Neither violence. 11 and younger...
 
5
   Great book!
The recommended reading would be 1010! Beautiful book, but read it if you are above 10 or 13. There is a piece of violence involved like gunfights and that sort of stuff. Another fact is that the villain is inspired by a hatred of immigrants, so it is a rather sensitive subject. In all, I would recommend going 10 or above!
 
5
   Great book!
The radio station would recommend reading. Maybe you should read it when you are over the age of 10. There is a lot of violence in it. It is a sensitive topic because the villain is inspired by a dislike of immigrants. I would recommend 10 or higher. Have a good time!
 
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   Genius!
Charlie Thorne is only 12 years old, but she has an IQ that is just ten points shy of Einstein's. She is lured into a hunt for Einstein's Pandora equation by the CIA. This is a globe hopping adventure full of close calls and grave danger.
 
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   Genius!
She has an IQ of just ten points shy of Einstein. She was coerced by the CIA into looking for Einstein. This is a globe trotting adventure full of close calls and grave danger. I loved it and you will as well.
 
5
   Fun for all ages, the Da Vinci code for kids.
A cool, funky mystery is what this book is about. There is a fun adventure. My son and I both enjoyed the thrill of a young lady hero, a genius and X- game- level athlete, being chased by bad guys while solving a mystery, and we both read it. Stuart is doing it again.
 
5
   Fun for all ages, the Da Vinci code for kids.
My son and I both read it and enjoyed the thrill of a young lady hero, a genius and X-game athlete, in the element of solving a mystery while being chased by bad guys.
 
5
   Great read
Hopefully this is the beginning of another great series. Loved a smart young heroine who is interesting enough to make the right decision, even though she is only 12.
 
5
   Great read
Hopefully this is the beginning of a great series. Even though she is only 12 years old, I liked the smart young girl that was able to make the right decision.
 
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