Monday, February 27, 2012

Marvelous Middle Grade Monday:

Marvelous Middle Grade Monday is a weekly feature started by MG author Shannon Messenger and is a weekly post featuring an upcoming MG release, a MG Author Interview or a MG review. You can find out more about this series posts, and find links to author authors and bloggers who are taking part in this feature here. You can also my Must Have Middle Grade Reads feature on Mundie Moms.

Published by: Walden Pond Press
To Be Released on: May 15th, 2012
Pre-Order from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

The final chapter of the Archer Legacy opens in the central criminal courts of the Old Bailey in London. Gerald, Sam, and Ruby are attending the murder trial of Sir Mason Green, hoping to see their longtime enemy put away for good. But just as the trial is about to begin, Mason Green is killed - and Gerald is framed for the murder. He only has one choice: to run. Now he and his friends are off on a quest to clear Gerald's name. Their journey will lead them across Europe in a race to find the greatest and most powerful treasure ever assembled on earth - one that waits for someone, good or evil, to finally claim it.

Mysteries will be solved, friendships will be broken, and all secrets will finally be reveaeld in this, the last installment of Richard Newsome's thrilling adventure trilogy -quoted from Goodreads

I've really enjoyed reading this series and I'm looking forward to finding out what's in-store for this team of fearless adventurers when The Mask of Destiny is released. If you've not yet picked up The Billionaire Trilogy, I highly recommend it. I can't wait to pick this book up when it's out and featuring it on the blog.

You can read my review for The Billionaire's Curse bk #1, The Emerald Casket bk #2 and my interview with author Richard Newsome here.

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