You Have to Stop This By Pseudonymous Bosch am Ebook Pseudonymous Bosch
You Have to Stop This By Pseudonymous Bosch am Ebook Pseudonymous Bosch is the infamously anonymous author of the New York Times bestselling Secret Series and the Bad Books Despite rumors to the contrary, his books are not actually written by his pet rabbit, Quiche the rabbit is merely his typist.. The finale to the New York Times bestselling Secret Series I always feared this day would come A secret is meant to stay secret, after all And now we ve come to this the fifth and final I swear book in my saga of secrets.A class trip to the local natural history museum turns dangerous, or perhaps deadly and I don t mean in the bored to death way when Cass accidentThe finale to the New York Times bestselling Secret Series I always feared this day would come A secret is meant to stay secret, after all And now we ve come to this the fifth and final I swear book in my saga of secrets.A class trip to the local natural history museum turns dangerous, or perhaps deadly and I don t mean in the bored to death way when Cass accidentally breaks a finger off a priceless mummy Forced to atone for this crime of vandalism, Cass and her friends Max Ernest and Yo Yoji go to work for the mummy exhibit s curator, only to be blamed when tragedy strikes To clear their names and, they hope, to discover the Secret the trio must travel deep into a land of majestic pyramids, dusty tombs, mysterious hieroglyphs, and the walking dead Egypt Or somewhere much stranger .In the midst of it all, the Secret still lurks You re out there, reading and talking about it, and now my life and chocolate supply is in the greatest danger yet So please, with a cherry on top, I m begging you you have to stop this. Popular Ebook You Have to Stop This Okay, so I put this under my 'enlightening' folder. Yes, I understand this is a fun children's book.Just let me explain: I ended this book feeling, truly, enlightened. Throughout the whole series, he's got this 'Secret' going - the Secret series, the Terces Society, the Secret Keeper, and the readers sit there, curiously wondering, 'What is it?'Despite what Bosch might write, I don't think too many of us were actually dying to know it (although his humourous ways of representing our thirst for the Secret was amusing). But I do think that anybody who enjoyed the series was still curious. I, myself, thought it'd be something rather ridiculous - say, a mixture of gold and Senor Hugo's chocolate will offer you immortality. That way, we wouldn't have to have any real life comparisons (Senor Hugo's being made with that special tuning fork and gold, uh, rather difficult to obtain), but it'd also be plausible in the fictional story's world.Alas, it did not go that way! I was extremely pleased with how Bosch tied everything up. I finished the story, walked away from the warmth of my bed (reading all Saturday in bed is going to become a ritual) and muttered, 'He tied that up so well... wow, what a wonderful end,' and just felt extremely... pleasant? Not so much a feeling, but truly - I just felt like it was wonderfully pleasant and my mood matched the light end.Now, I'm going to get into spoilers here. Some intense ones, very early on: The Secret itself, so beware. (view spoiler)[I loved how Max-Ernest's jokes throughout the series suddenly became... serious? Eh, it's difficult to explain, but as the Secret was a joke... I just loved how they mentioned humour bringing people together. Wonderful.'Why did the ibis cross the Nile?' 'Why' was far as I got into the Secret, and that was only contributed to taking French. 'Pourquoi' being why in French, but 'pour' meaning 'for,' and 'what,' being 'quoi,' but let's move on -I loved how that short, short chapter worked out where the Secret was revealed. I... yes, I just adored it. Perhaps I'm too keen to ask about 'the other side,' but it made me think.Furthermore, I enjoyed how he ended it without telling us about the going-ons after middle-school for them. I think at the fourth book, most of us were pretty certain that Max-Ernest was Pseudonymous, but it was fun hearing it outright. I'd love to hear more about his story.As for Cass and Yo-Yoji getting together, I suppose I had expected it, but I had always been rather hoping for M-E and her to get together... Perhaps that's another Harry and Hermione problem for us? But I suppose I had always rather thought of M-E as more of a Ron, and loved the way they both got a long. Still, it was rather adorable. Just not the particular couple I had been originally rooting for. (hide spoiler)]Fantastic ending. Wonderful laughs throughout the whole book (The Secret Series is the series that I doggy-mark into oblivion with pages that had all sorts of, perhaps irrelevant, but hilarious tidbits and quotes).Bravo, PB ~ I'm over here applauding.ALSO: I have just read some reviews now and realised some were upset with the Secret, or unsure as to how they felt about it. Although I loved it, I do have to say that, as a reader of Lemony Snicket's SOUE, I much more easily accept a vague answer. To me, Bosch tied it up as it should've - with a bit of mystery, and with a bit of laughter. Exactly how his series started and and exactly how it ended.