The Mysterious Benedict Society

The Mysterious Benedict Society starts off with an ad in the newspaper for a test, this test is for the most intellectually advanced and resourceful children. Four children succeed and are sent on a mission to investigate a school that is using kids voices for mind control. How can they stop the school without falling into the trap themselves?  Written by: Trenton Lee Stewart 486 pages  There are 4 books in the series so far. I have only read the first one, I have been trying to get around to reading the second one. I will eventually read it!


25 thoughts on “The Mysterious Benedict Society

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  6. I also read the first one of the series. I was taken with the overall idea but I lost interest pretty fast. Somehow the execution didn’t live up to the hype. The publisher really promoted the heck out of this and I expected more. Oh, well….

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