Published: New York : Harper, c2012 Series:Gutman, Dan. Genius files, Edition: [Various editions] Description: 277 p. : ill. ; 22 cm ISBN/ISSN: 9780061827679 (trade bdg.), 0061827673 (trade bdg.), 9780061827686 (lib. bdg.), 0061827681 (lib. bdg.), 9780061827679, 9780061827693 (pbk.), Language: English
Also published: New York : HarperCollins, 2013. 277 p.
As their cross-country journey with their parents continues through the midwest, twins Coke and Pepsi, now thirteen, again face strange assassins at such places as the first McDonald's restaurant and Cedar Point amusement park
I really liked this book! It was really interesting and talked about a pair of twins, Coke and Pepsi.
This is the second book of The Genius Files, and follows the book the Genius Files: Mission Unstoppable. To fully understand this book, you have to read the first book above.
The main idea of this book starts in the first one when Coke (boy) and Pepsi (girl) are on a road tripo to Washington D.C. to watch their aunt's wedding. They encounter lots of people wanting to kill them and finally kill the leader of the mess. OK. That was the first book. For the second book, they think it's all over-but it isn't. Unfortunately you have to read the first (if you haven't read it already) and the second book to find out what happens!
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