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Posted March 30, 2010
How to Fool your Readers
This book is not how it appears. Who ever said "don't judge a book by its cover" was right. It claimed it was going to provide me with secret tips from other branches, tricks of the trade, and be a how to guide on finding clues first. Instead, all I got was a brief description on each branch and about three of their members. There was also codes, which was nice, but that's about it. I definitely would not say reading this book will teach you "how to foil your enemies, double-cross your friends, and find the clues first!" Truly, this book was a rip off and i would not advise you to buy it.
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Posted May 15, 2010
Fun book, althought not sure why there is so much room for notes. I think the the book oould get rid of that and make the book shorter.
Good compliment to the 39 clue expirence.
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Posted August 10, 2013