Charlie Thorne and The Last Equation is about a twelve-year-old girl prodigy. One day, she is recruited to help with an FBI mission. Albert Einstein was said to have discovered an equation, Pandora, that could solve the world’s energy problems but could also power an incredibly powerful and dangerous nuclear bomb. Because of this, Einstein hid Pandora, but the FBI has a clue to its location. The problem is, so does a terrorist group called the Furies. And, unfortunately, unlike the FBI, they know exactly where the equation is. So, it’s Charlie’s job to decipher the clue, and figure out the location of Pandora. Will she be able to decipher the clue in time to get Pandora and stop the Furies?
This book was amazing. I really enjoyed it, and I can’t wait to read the second book! There are two books in the series, and the second one just came out this March!
Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation kept me hooked, because just as you think they have everything figured out, there’s always some sort of plot twist, or conflict that pops up. Stuart Gibbs kept the action going, and there is never any time for Charlie, or the FBI agents, to breathe because something always comes up. It’s such a fun book, and I highly recommend it.
This book is for 4th-8th graders, although I’m sure anyone older would enjoy it, too. Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation has 416 pages.
I give this book 5 out of 5 bookworms.
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