Read about Day of Doom, Book 6 of The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers series by David Baldacci. Day of Doom (The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. A shadowy organization known only as the Vespers snatched seven members of the Cahill family and demanded a. Day of Doom is the sixth and final book in the Cahills vs. Vespers series. It is written by David Baldacci and published on March 5.

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David Baldacci David Baldacci is a top Cahill agent and author of 25 books for adults, each of which has become an international bestseller, despite the Vespers’ numerous attempts to sabotage him.

I can see how they were needed, but they didn’t play as big a role that I wish they would have played. Would you like us to take another look at this review?

The 39 Clues – Day Of Doom

They barely escape with Nellie and their cat Saladin’s help. But in this book, she suddenly just comes back with this whole oh-I’m-sorry-I-regret-what-I’ve-done-I’m-with-you-good-guys now. Actually, Amy has had so many crushes over the two series–Ian, Kurt if that was his name, he sort of disappearedEvan, and now Jake–but I would never have expected her to behave so horribly.


Apr 02, Brielle rated it did not like it Shelves: He basically just exists to be the butt of jokes. Dec 21, William rated it really liked it. That’s the infamous Vesper One?

And of course, Ves;ers have my little things I call “plot revisions. I love this series, I really do, but when they pick authors, they need to get decent ones.

39 Clues Cahills vs Vespers: #6 Day of Doom

Vesper One reveals that they were merely a distraction, and he has what he needs. Nowhere to Run Breakaway Countdown Flashpoint.

It tied up a lot of things, and of course revealed all the bad guys and their schemes. It was just convenient to the story. This perky rah-rah nonsense and the constant and unrelenting lovey-dovey crap between Amy and Jake was just horrible.

As said before, it’s the final book, and I tend to be more lenient to final books. I’ve known it for a long time. The good news is, I read the excerpt for the next book, Nowhere to Run.

Remind me never to read a bestseller. The first describes Cahill ancestor Gideon’s discovery of the master serum and betrayal by his friend and first Vesper, Damien Vesper.

Then, you like Jake. This book really did not live up to what I really expected it to.


I am looking forward to seeing what direction Unstoppable takes, and I will read that when it comes out. Why did Fiske turn into a wise-ass? Galt states how Pierce decoded Olivia Cahill’s Household Book, which tells how to create the antidote. All of the characters annoyed me to the extreme, and that’s really odd considering I loved them last book. Who knowsvaguely remembers key plot points from when his mother was dying – Jake: I can see how they were needed, but they didn’t play as big a role that I wish This review contains minor, ov spoilers.

They retrieve the clue and sneak into a museum. But a lot of the things that the kids pulled out to use were just ridiculous. Chaills cover is purple, with green pieces of broken glass. It was extremely predictable and cluex changed some of fespers things I loved in the bo If you really enjoyed this book, you probably want to stop reading now because I am going to rant. Just a heads up: