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The 39 Clues #9: Storm Warning

If you’ve been wondering who The Man in Black in The 39 Clues series is, the wait is over! In Storm Warning, the ninth book in the series, written by Linda Sue Park, you get to find out exactly who he is and what he’s got to do with The 39 Clues.


Tropical Twist

In this book, main characters Dan and Amy Cahill (they’re brother and sister, in case you didn’t know) set sail down to the Caribbean in search of the next clue, which may have been hidden by the most notorious pirate to ever sail the seven seas, Anne Bonny.

Hidden IDs

Besides The Man in Black (don’t worry; we won’t spoil it for you by telling you who he is), Storm Warning also reveals the identity of Nellie, who plays an important part in the lives of Amy and Dan. The truth about Nellie’s character and background really adds a lot to the story. Park really takes the time to develop Nelly and when you read the book you’ll see – there’s much more to Nellie than meets the eye.


Cool Characters

While some of the other authors in The 39 Clues series sort of made Dan a bit whiny and annoying at times, Park handles his character quite differently. We think you’ll be pleasantly surprised – especially if you’ve been annoyed by Dan in the past.


Book 10 Cover

The cover for Book 10 in The 39 Clues series has been revealed. Check it out!


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Do you ever get the feeling that your mum knows all your secrets when she looks at you
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Hi Kristi, It sounds like the rules to your assignment are pretty flexible. Which is great when you need some creative wiggle room! My first suggestion, take something you're interested in, like a hobby or a future aspiration, (like you want to win a gold medal in the Olympics, or visit a distant country,) and try to imagine a story with that as the basis. So you can write about yourself and what it might be like, or you can come up with a fictional character. It doesn't have to be realistic! :) Another suggestion, think about a memory or an experience that really stands out in your mind. It can be a happy memory, or not so much. Whatever inspires you, write about that. You can stick true to the experience, or you can take some creative liberties and change it to make the story more interesting. Remember, you can always take inspiration from a short story someone else has written, just don't plagiarize! I hope this helps! I'd love to read whatever you come up with. :)
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