Thursday, January 27, 2011

The Name of this Book is Secret by Pseudonymous Bosch

Cassandra (a.k.a Cass) is a survivalist. She prepares for everything, has a mom (like us all), and two grandpas.

Max-Earnest is a comedian, or at least he tries to be. He has two parents, his own room, and hair that makes him look like a hedgehog.

No one would suspect these two loners would team up to solve the mystery of a dead magician, two psycho spa owners, and an unusual boy.  Mrs. Mauvais and Dr. L (the psycho spa owners) are after the secret of immortality and they will stop at nothing to do it, even if it means kidnapping a boy right out of his own school. Now I know you must be wondering, "what does all this have to do with Cass and Max-Earnest?" Well, ever since they discovered the dead magicians journal, its contents lead them to the Midnight Sun Spa where the unusual boy is being held prisoner. Cass and Max-Earnest feel they have to rescue their classmate, and foil the evil plan of Mrs. Mauvais and Dr. L! But can they pull it off alone? Find out in The Name of This Book is Secret!

The Name of This Book is Secret is a remarkable story written by the mysterious figure Pseudonymous Bosch, (whose name I could not tell you how to pronounce) which draws you into the fictional world of Cass and Max-Earnest.  I highly recommend this book, its very suspenseful, and extremely mysterious.

Young Bibliomaniac gives The Name of This Book is Secret 3 STARS!

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