Secret Breakers 1 by H. L. Dennis
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My favourite part of this tremendous book was the fact it was packed with so much excitement, on every page a new secret was unzipped and leaving you feeling so excited. I would recommend this book to boys and girls 9+ as it is a must read
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Introducing an extraordinary series with real codes, real mysteries and real danger. A Da Vinci Code for kids ...

Imagine the chance to solve the Voynich Manuscript - a puzzle that has truly defeated adults for centuries.

It's an ancient manuscript no one has ever been able to decipher. And there are Rules that say it is forbidden to even try to solve it.

A secret hidden for centuries.

But Brodie Bray likes a challenge, and when she receives a coded message through the post her life changes for ever. She's chosen for a secret team working to crack this most complicated code in the world to uncover the secret it hides.

But it's a code that has driven people mad trying to solve it.

Together with her new friends, Brodie must break the rules to break the code, at every turn facing terrible danger. For someone is watching them - and will even kill to stop them.

In this original new series, three children tackle real unsolved mysteries and struggle with real unbroken codes to get to the hidden truth.

Enter the world of the Secret Breakers at http://hldennis.com/

 

About H. L. Dennis

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H.L. Dennis was born in Brighton and loves living near the sea. She's worked in a boarding school for deaf children; in a book shop and as a children's story teller in a Native American Tepee. She and her husband taught together at the largest Junior School in Europe where she still works part time as a Year Five teacher and Head of English. Her daughter Meggie, an avid reader, has been amazing help with the building of the Secret Breakers series but her dog Benji, who's probably the laziest dog in the world, has been absolutely no help at all!
 
Published June 3, 2014 by Hachette Children's. 336 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books, Action & Adventure. Fiction
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Reviewed by Rachie on Feb 22 2013

My favourite part of this tremendous book was the fact it was packed with so much excitement, on every page a new secret was unzipped and leaving you feeling so excited. I would recommend this book to boys and girls 9+ as it is a must read

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