Book Review: The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Prisoner's Dilemma by Trenton Lee Stewart


Genre: Realistic Fiction
Ages: 9 and Up

     In all honesty, this was a very well-written book, and the perfect way to wrap up the adventures of The Mysterious Benedict Society. The action was fierce, and the characters braver than ever. If you still haven't taken the chance to start reading this series, you need to get on it immediately. You most certainly won't regret it!

     Reynie, Sticky, Kate, and Constance once again find themselves in the midst of danger. When a blackout consumes their beloved Stonetown, it is up to these four young members of the Mysterious Benedict Society to save the day, and defeat their enemies once and for all.

     Have you read any of the books in The Mysterious Benedict Society series before? If so, tell us what you thought about them right here at Reading Soup! Was it good, or bad overall in your opinion? Who was your favorite character? Would you recommend it to other readers? It's always a pleasure to hear your thoughts on different books. Have a splendid day, and keep on reading!

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