The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Prisoners Dilemma


The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Prisoners Dilemma (The Mysterious Benedict Society, #3) ✤ The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Prisoners Dilemma (The Mysterious Benedict Society, #3) Download ➸ Author Trenton Lee Stewart – Liversite.co.uk IF YOU FAIL,ALL IS LOSTJoin The Mysterious Benedict Society As Reynie, Kate, Sticky, And Constance Embark On A Daring New Adventure That Threatens To Force Them Apart From Their Families, Friends, And IF YOU FAIL,ALL IS LOSTJoin The Benedict Society PDF/EPUB ¿ Mysterious Benedict Society As Reynie, Kate, Sticky, And Constance Embark On A Daring New Adventure The Mysterious PDF/EPUB or That Threatens To Force Them Apart From Their Families, Friends, And Even Each Other When An Unexplained Blackout Engulfs Stonetown, The Foursome Mysterious Benedict Society Epub ß Must Unravel Clues Relating To A Nefarious New Plot, While Their Search For Answers Brings Them Closer To Danger Than Ever Before.


10 thoughts on “The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Prisoners Dilemma (The Mysterious Benedict Society, #3)

  1. Elisha Condie Elisha Condie says:

    I really loved the first book in this series, the second a bit less, and this third one by far the least It s got the same characters I loved before, but now they are no longer regular, clever kids Sticky sits down to memorize the entire library catalog in case they need it, Reynie starts to have some mysterious sixth sense where he can sense something is wrong, and Constance, this one killed me she s venturing into Obi Wan Kenobi territory by reading minds and pulling Jedi mind tricks My I really loved the first book in...


  2. Kat Kat says:

    The third book in the Mysterious Benedict Society series, is pretty much perfect We solve all sorts of mysteries like Constance s past and Number Two s real name while trying to stop Mr Curtain at the same time I love how these books are so smartly written He doesn t write down to children at all There s so much conflict and a lot of it isn t even...


  3. Annette Annette says:

    A fun, fast read, even for adults However, I cannot pretend that it is anywhere as good as The Mysterious Benedict Society, or even quite as good as book 2, The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Perilous Journey The situations are increasingly strained as far as believability, as well as being simply less weighty than the original book s Certain elements Mr Benedict s narcolepsy at inopportune moments, Milligan s ridiculous tendency towards injury, etc are becoming rather rote at this A fun, fast read, even for adults Howe...


  4. JonathanT JonathanT says:

    I AM A VERY DISAPPOINTED HUMAN BEING RIGHT NOW This book started off fabulously witty and engaging, and the middle was fantastic, but then towards the end the book just sort of lost it s charm I felt like the ending should have been less melancholy andBOUNCY Also this book was the least witty of the series, and the plot was the least engaging THE CHARACTERS WERE STILL GOLDEN THOUGH SO THERE S THAT I think part of my rating could be the fact that it just took me so long to read this I AM A VERY DISAPPOINTED HUMAN BEING RIGHT NOW This book started off fabulously witty and engaging, and the middle was fantastic, but then towa...


  5. Ella Ella says:

    When Constance finds out that she is adopted, she runs away out of sadness She can t control her emotions, and can t think of anything else to do All the grownups in the house go out on a search party to find her, leaving Kate, Sticky and Reynie home alone All seems well until a mysterious vehicle arrives at the house They soon find out that Mr Curtain is out to capture them The children attempt to run away In the process, they find Constance but unfortunately get captured as well They ge When Constance finds out that she is adopted, she runs away out of sadness She can t control her emotions, and can t think of anything else to do All the grownups in the house go out on a search party to find her, leaving Kate, Sticky and Reynie home alone All seems well until a mysterious vehicle arrives at the house They soon find out that Mr Curtain is out to capture them The children attempt to run away In the process, they find Constance but unfortunately get captured as well They get taken to an ...


  6. Alicia Alicia says:

    It just keeps gettingandridiculous In a world where grown men electroshock small children, hit them on the head with pipes and threaten to break their legs, NO ONE THINKS TO BRING A GUN What do they bring to combat electricity shooting masochists Rubber gloves that can defy physics and REPEL electricity Yeah, I know, lame and their other tool A boomerang It s like a bad episode of MacGyver Oh no, MacGyver, there s only 35 seconds on the bomb What will you do It s ok, I ju It just keeps gettingandridiculous In a world where grown men electroshock small children, hit them on the head with pipes and threaten to break their legs, NO ONE THINKS TO BRING A GUN What do they bring to combat electricity shooting masochists Rubber gl...


  7. Cindy Cindy says:

    In this supposedly last book of the MBS series, I thought it was very clever how the title was incorporated into the story Mr Benedict continues to try and stimulate the superior intellects of his young charges, and is always giving them clever mind games and puzzles to solve In the opening pages, the four kids are divided into two teams and presented with a Prisoner s Dilemma they are given 3 scenarios with different consequences, and each team must decide not only which scenario they wou In this supposedly last book of the MBS series, I thought it wa...


  8. NinJashan NinJashan says:

    Note If you are planning to read this book and update on Goodreads, the updating format will be a bit strange It will say that there are only nine pages in the book, meaning that you can only update one Goodreads page when you have really read about forty three and a half pages in the actual book This will makesense once you read the book Actual Review I liked this book I felt like the new plot was interesting, with the Stonetown blackout and all But, I did have some problems, as Note If you are planning to read this book and update on Goodreads, the updating format will be a bit strange It will say that there are only nine pages in the book, meaning that you can only update one Goodreads page when you have really read about forty three and a half pages in the actual book This will makesense once you read the book Actual Review I liked this book I felt like the new plot was interesting, with the Stonetown blackout and all But, I did have some problems, as you can see in my deduction of two stars My biggest one was the children themselves That s right Now, why would I have a grudge against the lovable Reynie, Kate, Sticky, and Constance It s not because of their personalities, but because of their powers I won t tell them that would just ruin the fun But, still, even though these powers show the aging of the Mysterious B...


  9. Levi Levi says:

    This was a great ending to the series I loved the way they finished the book If anyone likes mystery and or action I would recommend them reading this book These books are about a group of four kids, Kate, Reynie, Sticky, and Constance, who all in their own way are very different Kate carries a bucket full of tools and supplies that uses sometimes, Reynie is very good at noticing small details and solving riddles, Sticky has an almost perfect memory and is very intelligent he isn t smart in This was a great ending to the series I loved the way they fi...


  10. Jelinas Jelinas says:

    The Prisoner s Dilemma is the third book in the Mysterious Benedict Society series For those not in the know, The Mysterious Benedict Society is a children s series by Trenton Lee Stewart It follows the escapades of four specially gifted children as they work with their mentor, the wise and benevolent Nicholas Benedict, to thwart the plans of his evil twin brother, Ledroptha Curtain.I think it s easily the best new series to hit children s lit since the Ramona books by Beverly Cleary that s r The Prisoner s Dilemma is the third book in the Mysterious Benedict Society series For those not in the know, The Mysterious Benedict Society is a children s series by Trenton Lee Stewart It follows the escapades of four specially gifted children as they work with their mentor, the wise and benevolent Nicholas Benedict, to thwart the plans of his evil twin brother, Ledroptha Curtain.I think it s easily the best new series to hit children s lit since the Ramona books by Beverly Cleary tha...


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