The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Perilous Journey

The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Perilous Journey

Trenton Lee Stewart

Language: English

Pages: 464

ISBN: 0316036730

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The Mysterious Benedict Society is back with a new mission, significantly closer to home. After reuniting for a celebratory scavenger hunt, Reynie, Kate, Sticky, and Constance are forced to go on an unexpected search--a search to find Mr. Benedict. It seems that while he was preparing the kids' adventure, he stepped right into a trap orchestrated by his evil twin Mr. Curtain.

With only one week to find a captured Mr. Benedict, the gifted foursome faces their greatest challenge of all--a challenge that will reinforce the reasons they were brought together in the first place and will require them to fight for the very namesake that united them.

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don’t care. They’re boring.” “But you haven’t even looked at them,” Miss Perumal said, passing a hand over her fine black hair as if to smooth it. Reynie recognized this as a sign of impatience; he’d often seen her do the same thing when disagreeing with her mother. “I think you’ll be surprised—” Constance made a gagging sound. Miss Perumal pressed her lips together. “I thought we might do a craft project afterward,” she said after a pause. “Once you’ve finished the exercises, I could show you

bird world, if you ask me.” Kate beamed at this, of course, and when she had passed around her spyglass—none of the other children cared to look long, as Madge was dining upon an unfortunate seabird and the sight made them squeamish—she took out her whistle and her leather glove, thinking to call Madge down. But Cannonball bent close and asked her to put them away. “Not right now,” he said, with a significant look at a portly company owner who had just appeared on deck. “Sorry, but that fellow

sensation, as if the ocean waves had found their way into his belly. Abandoning his half-nibbled mint cookie—eating seemed like a terrible idea all of a sudden—Reynie began to put away the tiny folding table, which was threatening to tip. Kate moved the treat tins to the floor, munching happily as she decided what to choose next. She seemed unfazed by the motion of the cabin. “So are we going to talk about what Constance did?” asked Sticky (who like Reynie had sadly given up on the cookies).

deal of clucking and flapping—were towing the wagon toward the henhouse. “Chicken delivery,” Kate said with a nod of satisfaction. “One of my pet projects.” She glanced at Reynie to see if he caught her joke, but he seemed too preoccupied by the feathery spectacle to have noticed. “A chicken-drawn wagon,” said Reynie (who was politely pretending not to have heard Kate’s joke). “Now how did you manage that?” “Oh, training the chickens was easy,” Kate said. “The hard part was training Madge not

thanked Hubrecht and left. They didn’t make him show them the room. Doesn’t that strike you as odd?” “Probably they didn’t realize anything was in here,” Kate said. “They just thought Mr. Benedict rented a room for someone to stay in. Someone who hadn’t come yet.” “Yes, but they would want to know who he rented it for,” Reynie said. “And the best way for them to learn that would be—” His eyes widened. “We need to get out of here now.” “You think Daatje told them?” Sticky said, not wanting to

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