For those foolish enough to have read “The Name of this Book is Secret” and too foolhardy to have turned away from “If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late”, the third book in the series is best avoided.
This book contains none of the following: A cursed Aztec artefact, an evil and deranged chef, a secret jungle lair inhabited by cocoa-crazed monkeys, the most dangerous chocolate ever created.
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‘Reminiscent of Lemony Snicket.’ The Bookseller’
The third quirky, original and deliciously dark comic adventure from the phenomenon that is Pseudonymous Bosch, author of the hilarious bestseller
‘The Name of This Book is Secret’. Synopsis – Cass, Max-Ernest and Yo-Yoji, the youngest members of the top-secret Terces Society, have been given a crucial mission: to track down a cursed Aztec tuning fork that has the power to recreate any flavour the user has ever tasted. But no sooner have they succeeded than Cass’ mother is kidnapped by evil chef Senor Hugo, who demands that they hand the fork over so he can use it to create a deadly chocolate recipe for the Terces Society’s sworn enemy, the Midnight Sun. Determined to rescue Cass’ mum, the kids track the Midnight Sun to their sinister cocoa plantation in the jungle. But when Cass and Yo-Yoji are tricked into eating Hugo’s chocolate, it is up to Max-Ernest alone to get the rescue mission back on track – and free the Midnight Sun’s enslaved workforce of children…and monkeys. Bursting with inventive characters and laugh-out-loud moments, readers will be instantly hooked once more by the stylish, tongue-in-cheek story-telling of Pseudonymous Bosch.