Operation Trinity PDF/EPUB Þ Hardcover

Operation Trinity PDF/EPUB Þ Hardcover

Operation Trinity ❴Read❵ ➳ Operation Trinity Author Clifford Riley – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A brand new adventure from the world of The Clues For years, the Cahills have been the most powerful family in the world For years, they ve protected the source of their power the Clues And for y A brand new adventure from the world of TheClues Foryears, the Cahills have been the most powerful family in the world Foryears, they ve protected the source of their power theClues And foryears, they ve kept their secrets silent Until nowThis extraordinary stand alone novel cracks open the Cahill vault to tell the story of the most coveted piece of artwork in the world, a masterpiece that has been the target of seven separate theft attempts Jan van Eyck s altarpiece at Ghent Operation Trinity chronicles the first Vesper attack on the altarpiece in the s, then jumps to WWII and young Grace Cahill s desperate bid to save the masterwork from the Nazis The final piece of the novel tells the story of Ian and Natalie Kabra s first solo operation and features an th hour appearance by Grace Cahill on her final missionHistory will never be the same.


10 thoughts on “Operation Trinity

  1. Melanie Melanie says:

    My friends have always thought that it rather strange that I like to read tween books or some good old fantasy novels, rather than all those YA paranormal romances they re so fond of But honestly, what would you rather read A kickass tale of Grace Cahill saving an awesome piece of artwork from Nazis, or yet another novel about Mary Sue getting a makeover, discovering yet another magickal world full of magickal tall, dark, handsome, possibly secretly royal rich guys with an angsty past, a My friends have always thought that it rather strange that I like to read tween books or some good old fantasy novels, rather than all those YA paranormal romances they re so fond of But honestly, what would you rather read A kickass tale of Grace Cahill saving an awesome piece of artwork from Nazis, or yet another novel about Mary Sue getting a makeover, discovering yet another magickal world full of magickal tall, dark, handsome, possibly secretly royal rich guys with an angsty past, and going through yet another cliched saving the world scheme Although not necessarily in that order Best quote That can t be legal, one of the awestruck guards muttered over the roar of the rotors.Ian rolled his eyes Laws were for poor people This book offered some excellent stories, and it was well paced and full of excitement It didn t tie in with the main series very much, but it was very interesting to read, nonetheless who knew Grace was such a badass I loved the part with Ian at the end it s always entertaining to read about their oh so high and mighty lifestyle I think Clifford Riley is a great author, in the way that he manages to submerge the reader in the time period lifestyle of the character it drew me in right away It was a little predictable at some points when Grace sneaked into Mlle Hubert s office, who DIDN T immediately know that Mlle Hubert would show up and try to get information kill Grace , and the whole idea of words beneath the painting was rather unrealistic and vague, but other than that, I loved it.With each new 39 Clues book that comes out, we all know it s just another money grab by Scholastic, but it s hard to NOT be drawn into these excellent books, and Operation Trinity was no exception


  2. Jim Jim says:

    Quick not bad I was actually impressed by the characters, not so much by the plots, though The overall plot is kind of cool, sort of a DaVinci Code thing, but with paintings This one is broken into 3 different sections taking place in the 1500 s with one character, 1945 2008 for the others.The main plot trope is a super important secret massive ignorance of it A son, the least likely, is sent off to guard, but never told anything about why, yet still takes his duty very seriously I Quick not bad I was actually impressed by the characters, not so much by the plots, though The overall plot is kind of cool, sort of a DaVinci Code thing, but with paintings This one is broken into 3 different sections taking place in the 1500 s with one character, 1945 2008 for the others.The main plot trope is a super important secret massive ignorance of it A son, the least likely, is sent off to guard, but never told anything about why, yet still takes his duty very seriously I HATE that No special abilities or fantastic powers, just regular people with some special training in the last 2 sections Very incomplete, I suppose to draw kids on to the next in the series I prefer the Hardy Boys I never read many of those


  3. Tarissa Tarissa says:

    Another intriguing 39 Clues sub series This book starts out with some of the original Cahill family, hundreds of years back, protecting a special altar piece from the Vespers The next section leaps forward in time to the 1940s when Grace Cahill is young, being brought into the family secrets Then it skips forward again to the last year of her life, still tracking that same altar piece and keeping it away from the wrong hands I enjoyed this thrilling tale, and will see if I can getof th Another intriguing 39 Clues sub series This book starts out with some of the original Cahill family, hundreds of years back, protecting a special altar piece from the Vespers The next section leaps forward in time to the 1940s when Grace Cahill is young, being brought into the family secrets Then it skips forward again to the last year of her life, still tracking that same altar piece and keeping it away from the wrong hands I enjoyed this thrilling tale, and will see if I can getof this Cahill Files series.Sidenote thoughts I found out through reading this book just how much I d love a whole series dedicated only to telling all the stories of Grace s life We could so many behind the scenes stuff about her, and even eventually about Dan and Amy I ll be waiting for that


  4. Angie Angie says:

    Doing my read a thon this week This was my first book and I read it in about 2 hours above in the goodreads description it says this is a stand alone novel I disagree I feel like you might get what s going on, but you really should nt read this unless you have actually read the 39 Clues series I didn t even know this book existed until I was looking through the new orders from my library and saw it Then I found out that there are four Cahill Doing my read a thon this week This was my first book and I read it in about 2 hours above in the goodreads description it says this is a stand alone novel I disagree I feel like you might get what s going on, but you really should nt read this unless you have actually read the 39 Clues series I didn t even know this book existed until I was looking through the new orders from my library and saw it Then I found out that there are four Cahill File books and they are all already out so I am behind For those of you who don t know this is a book series where each book is written by a different author I love that concept which is why I picked up these books to begin with I think there are 3 books published a year which is neat because it keeps you involved in the mystery and adventures and you really don t forget much in between each book.This book is short though maybe like 130 pages wish it was a little longer


  5. Mark Mark says:

    leads on to cahills vs vespers great book


  6. Laurie Allin Laurie Allin says:

    I get this is a series but book one felt very unfinished and not at all a story in itself to build on Annoying.


  7. Ophelia Ophelia says:

    It was very exciting and descriptive.


  8. Tawni Williams Tawni Williams says:

    Read this with my nine year old, and he was excited about the adventure I loved the new vocabulary he gained Well written.


  9. Hudson Campbell Hudson Campbell says:

    I can tell you right now it s not bad, but its not the best book, either.This book has 3 stories in it, all about a family of powerful and rich people called Cahills It skips years, so the first story is from 1549 or something like that The kid in this story is sent away by his family to be an altar boy, to protect an altarpiece from an organisation of people called The Vespers They are trying to get ahold of the special altarpiece because they say it has clues o a secret, we don t know w I can tell you right now it s not bad, but its not the best book, either.This book has 3 stories in it, all about a family of powerful and rich people called Cahills It skips years, so the first story is from 1549 or something like that The kid in this story is sent away by his family to be an altar boy, to protect an altarpiece from an organisation of people called The Vespers They are trying to get ahold of the special altarpiece because they say it has clues o a secret, we don t know what it is yet Anyway, you ll have to read it to find out what happens although it s pretty obvious what happens The first story was exciting, same with the second, but at the end something happens that i personally think is pretty stupid And the 3rd story seems ridiculous and hard to understand It s practically just one of those boring normal scenes where there is a stupid chase I find them really boring cos it happens in like EVERY mystery book.Overall, as I said, its not a bad book, but its one of those usual happening scenes and it just gets really boring There is something like 9 or 10 books in the series, and to me, the series is one of those kinda exciting and boring series Honestly, DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY


  10. Tim Tim says:

    Ohhhh my god, this one is set in Belgium partially I didn t remember that They even mention Antwerp s Beeldenstorm no, I don t know the English translation That s so cool This feels like coming home in a book.Anyway, it s been fun while it lasted Shame it s only 142 pages.8 10


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10 thoughts on “Operation Trinity

  1. Melanie Melanie says:

    My friends have always thought that it rather strange that I like to read tween books or some good old fantasy novels, rather than all those YA paranormal romances they re so fond of But honestly, what would you rather read A kickass tale of Grace Cahill saving an awesome piece of artwork from Nazis, or yet another novel about Mary Sue getting a makeover, discovering yet another magickal world full of magickal tall, dark, handsome, possibly secretly royal rich guys with an angsty past, a My friends have always thought that it rather strange that I like to read tween books or some good old fantasy novels, rather than all those YA paranormal romances they re so fond of But honestly, what would you rather read A kickass tale of Grace Cahill saving an awesome piece of artwork from Nazis, or yet another novel about Mary Sue getting a makeover, discovering yet another magickal world full of magickal tall, dark, handsome, possibly secretly royal rich guys with an angsty past, and going through yet another cliched saving the world scheme Although not necessarily in that order Best quote That can t be legal, one of the awestruck guards muttered over the roar of the rotors.Ian rolled his eyes Laws were for poor people This book offered some excellent stories, and it was well paced and full of excitement It didn t tie in with the main series very much, but it was very interesting to read, nonetheless who knew Grace was such a badass I loved the part with Ian at the end it s always entertaining to read about their oh so high and mighty lifestyle I think Clifford Riley is a great author, in the way that he manages to submerge the reader in the time period lifestyle of the character it drew me in right away It was a little predictable at some points when Grace sneaked into Mlle Hubert s office, who DIDN T immediately know that Mlle Hubert would show up and try to get information kill Grace , and the whole idea of words beneath the painting was rather unrealistic and vague, but other than that, I loved it.With each new 39 Clues book that comes out, we all know it s just another money grab by Scholastic, but it s hard to NOT be drawn into these excellent books, and Operation Trinity was no exception

  2. Jim Jim says:

    Quick not bad I was actually impressed by the characters, not so much by the plots, though The overall plot is kind of cool, sort of a DaVinci Code thing, but with paintings This one is broken into 3 different sections taking place in the 1500 s with one character, 1945 2008 for the others.The main plot trope is a super important secret massive ignorance of it A son, the least likely, is sent off to guard, but never told anything about why, yet still takes his duty very seriously I Quick not bad I was actually impressed by the characters, not so much by the plots, though The overall plot is kind of cool, sort of a DaVinci Code thing, but with paintings This one is broken into 3 different sections taking place in the 1500 s with one character, 1945 2008 for the others.The main plot trope is a super important secret massive ignorance of it A son, the least likely, is sent off to guard, but never told anything about why, yet still takes his duty very seriously I HATE that No special abilities or fantastic powers, just regular people with some special training in the last 2 sections Very incomplete, I suppose to draw kids on to the next in the series I prefer the Hardy Boys I never read many of those

  3. Tarissa Tarissa says:

    Another intriguing 39 Clues sub series This book starts out with some of the original Cahill family, hundreds of years back, protecting a special altar piece from the Vespers The next section leaps forward in time to the 1940s when Grace Cahill is young, being brought into the family secrets Then it skips forward again to the last year of her life, still tracking that same altar piece and keeping it away from the wrong hands I enjoyed this thrilling tale, and will see if I can getof th Another intriguing 39 Clues sub series This book starts out with some of the original Cahill family, hundreds of years back, protecting a special altar piece from the Vespers The next section leaps forward in time to the 1940s when Grace Cahill is young, being brought into the family secrets Then it skips forward again to the last year of her life, still tracking that same altar piece and keeping it away from the wrong hands I enjoyed this thrilling tale, and will see if I can getof this Cahill Files series.Sidenote thoughts I found out through reading this book just how much I d love a whole series dedicated only to telling all the stories of Grace s life We could so many behind the scenes stuff about her, and even eventually about Dan and Amy I ll be waiting for that

  4. Angie Angie says:

    Doing my read a thon this week This was my first book and I read it in about 2 hours above in the goodreads description it says this is a stand alone novel I disagree I feel like you might get what s going on, but you really should nt read this unless you have actually read the 39 Clues series I didn t even know this book existed until I was looking through the new orders from my library and saw it Then I found out that there are four Cahill Doing my read a thon this week This was my first book and I read it in about 2 hours above in the goodreads description it says this is a stand alone novel I disagree I feel like you might get what s going on, but you really should nt read this unless you have actually read the 39 Clues series I didn t even know this book existed until I was looking through the new orders from my library and saw it Then I found out that there are four Cahill File books and they are all already out so I am behind For those of you who don t know this is a book series where each book is written by a different author I love that concept which is why I picked up these books to begin with I think there are 3 books published a year which is neat because it keeps you involved in the mystery and adventures and you really don t forget much in between each book.This book is short though maybe like 130 pages wish it was a little longer

  5. Mark Mark says:

    leads on to cahills vs vespers great book

  6. Laurie Allin Laurie Allin says:

    I get this is a series but book one felt very unfinished and not at all a story in itself to build on Annoying.

  7. Ophelia Ophelia says:

    It was very exciting and descriptive.

  8. Tawni Williams Tawni Williams says:

    Read this with my nine year old, and he was excited about the adventure I loved the new vocabulary he gained Well written.

  9. Hudson Campbell Hudson Campbell says:

    I can tell you right now it s not bad, but its not the best book, either.This book has 3 stories in it, all about a family of powerful and rich people called Cahills It skips years, so the first story is from 1549 or something like that The kid in this story is sent away by his family to be an altar boy, to protect an altarpiece from an organisation of people called The Vespers They are trying to get ahold of the special altarpiece because they say it has clues o a secret, we don t know w I can tell you right now it s not bad, but its not the best book, either.This book has 3 stories in it, all about a family of powerful and rich people called Cahills It skips years, so the first story is from 1549 or something like that The kid in this story is sent away by his family to be an altar boy, to protect an altarpiece from an organisation of people called The Vespers They are trying to get ahold of the special altarpiece because they say it has clues o a secret, we don t know what it is yet Anyway, you ll have to read it to find out what happens although it s pretty obvious what happens The first story was exciting, same with the second, but at the end something happens that i personally think is pretty stupid And the 3rd story seems ridiculous and hard to understand It s practically just one of those boring normal scenes where there is a stupid chase I find them really boring cos it happens in like EVERY mystery book.Overall, as I said, its not a bad book, but its one of those usual happening scenes and it just gets really boring There is something like 9 or 10 books in the series, and to me, the series is one of those kinda exciting and boring series Honestly, DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY

  10. Tim Tim says:

    Ohhhh my god, this one is set in Belgium partially I didn t remember that They even mention Antwerp s Beeldenstorm no, I don t know the English translation That s so cool This feels like coming home in a book.Anyway, it s been fun while it lasted Shame it s only 142 pages.8 10

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