This is definitely an interesting book. It's quirky with unique and smart characters. The mystery is well done and brilliantly thought-out. Highly recommend if you like mysteries/detective stories without so much heaviness in the plot lines. Although I'm not sure what the target audience is, I'm sure any age could really enjoy its contents.
My only issues is it's easy to get lost sometimes, and the pacing is strange at points. I don't like the BONUS CONTENT and whatnot; it just feels like a strange break between the end of the chapter and the true end of the chapter. I also wish some of the parts were told from a different point of view so I could be there in the moment, rather than hear about it.
Overall, the book was well-researched and quite entertaining.
In a neighborhood plagued by unseen terror, two sisters hold the key to outwitting a dark adversary before their lives unravel.
Ever heard of Fenton Pareto? He's only the coolest private investigator around. But when the Bay Area turns into a nightmare of disappearing jewels, tormented pets, and mysteriously glitching cellphones, even he needs some backup. Enter Charlie and Clarke Pareto, his super-smart daughters, ready to take on the mystery that's stumping their dad.
Think you've got what it takes to crack the code? Then strap in for a rollercoaster ride with the Pareto sisters, as they match wits with a remote enemy who's controlling the chaos like a puppet master. And just when you think it couldn't get crazier, the sisters get framed for a crime they didn't commit!
But, how are the sisters supposed to clear their names while dodging booby traps, weaponized music, and dangerous QR codes? With a hefty dose of courage, a dash of stubbornness, and a custom-made secret weapon - their razor-sharp minds.
The Invisible Hand is the first heart-stopping book in an epic trilogy, where the Pareto sisters dive headfirst into a world of secrets, danger, and shocking discoveries. Inspired by the author's own experiences in Menlo Park, California, this story will have you flipping pages like there's no tomorrow.
So buckle up, detective, and remember: in this game, nothing is as it seems.
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