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I like how you tell the action in the story.The setting is amazing.also The clues are hard to figure out.I have a few quistion to ask you.What does all of the sword have to do with the book?Also who is mr.mclnttyre?I like the story,because it has tons of action.I like dan,because he is smart at figureing out clues.
Dear Mr. Lerangis, I just finished your book "WTF". It was an epic adventure reading it. I loved it. The cover was really creative and it caught my attention when I was browsing for a book. The end was..like..perfect. 😀 I was just wondering who the author was for the book " Never After" at the end of your book, "WTF". Thanks for your time! 🙂 I hope I hear back soon! Your reader, Tina
Dear Mr. Lerangis, For a Language Arts project, I chose to review the seventh book in the "39 Clues" series, "The Viper's Nest"(obviously written by you!) For part of the book review, I have to get insight on the process of writing the book. I would very much like to know what inspired you to write certain parts, why Amy and Dan are in the branch they are in, and other information that can help me with my review. Thank you very much for taking the time to read my message. I hope that you will write back soon. Thanks again! Justin
Dear Mr. Lerangis, My name is Jeffrey Sharza. I am a fifth grader at Canandaigua Elementary School. I read "The 39 Clues, Book 3, The Sword Thief" for my monthly book report project. It was awesome. My assignment is to write to the author of the book which is you. I chose the book because my friend had Book 1 and I thought it was interesting so I chose another one in the series. What inspired you to write this story and what part did you like the most? I liked the book because it made me feel like I was in the story. It was like having an interactive adventure with the characters. This is the most awesome book I ever used for a book project. It would be great if you could write back. Sincerely, Jeffrey Sharza
Dear Mr Lerangis, I've already sent an e-mail to the address you gave me. Thanks a lot and I do look forward to reading your book "Brain Wash" in spring 2011. I'm very happy to hear that there could be reached an agreement so that all the fans in Germany waiting for a book for such a long time can enjoy the book. Do you already know whether "Kosmos", the German factory, also wants to publish the original English version or do they just want to publish the translated one? Many greetings, Kai
Dear Mr Lerangis, my name is Kai Weiss and I am 17 years old. Although I've been learning English at school for seven years it is still possible that I make some mistakes. Sorry for that. Now I#d like to ask you a question: Is ist mybe possible to receive an autograph of you? I would be very happy especially because I am a very big fan of the "Die drei ???" ("The three Investigators" in English); the series you once wrote for. I look forward to hearinf from you. Yours sincerely, Kai
Have heard so many amazing things about your school visits and was wondering about your availability for the 2010-2011 school year. Our school is in Michigan. Thanks, Leanne F.
Hey, Peter. I love ALL of your books. I got hooked on your stories when I read Spy X years ago. I can't wait to read Viper's Nest from The 39 Clues. Will you ever be coming to Boston anytime soon?