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This Isn't What It Looks Like

This Isn t What It Looks Like The Secret Series continues in this dangerous and daring fourth adventure Cass finds herself alone and disoriented a stranger in a dream like medieval world Where is she Who is she With the help of

  • Title: This Isn't What It Looks Like
  • Author: Pseudonymous Bosch Gilbert Ford
  • ISBN: 9780316122078
  • Page: 420
  • Format: ebook
  • The Secret Series continues in this dangerous and daring fourth adventure Cass finds herself alone and disoriented, a stranger in a dream like, medieval world Where is she Who is she With the help of a long lost relative, she begins to uncover clues and secrets piecing together her family s history as she fights her way back to the present world.Meanwhile, back home,The Secret Series continues in this dangerous and daring fourth adventure Cass finds herself alone and disoriented, a stranger in a dream like, medieval world Where is she Who is she With the help of a long lost relative, she begins to uncover clues and secrets piecing together her family s history as she fights her way back to the present world.Meanwhile, back home, Cass is at the hospital in a deep coma Max Ernest knows she ate Time Travel Chocolate and he s determined to find a cure Can our expert hypochondriac diagnose Cass s condition before it s too late And will he have what it takes to save the survivalist

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    1. technically, I've already read this and will briefly add the cover on this (it's on my blog) and I think xxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx x xxxxxxx xxxxxxx* xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx x x x xx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxx (xxxxx xxx x x xxxx xx x x)Pseudonymous Bosch

    2. The book that I just finished is called This Isn't What it Looks Like by Pseudonymous Bosch. It’s about a girl name Cassandra, but everyone calls her Cass. Cass goes on wild mission to find the secret from the Jester. She uses a “Time Chocolate” to make her go back in time to know the secret. This makes her go into a coma, which makes Max-Ernest go and visit her in the PICU section. While Cass is in the coma, Max-Ernest finds some solution to help Cass come back to life. This adventure is [...]

    3. Bruh Im so sorryI've been saying RTC forEVER now. But I PROMISE you. Once I find time, I WILL write them all!So I say hesitantly:RTC

    4. Esto no es lo que parece es el cuarto libro de la Colección Secreta de Pseudonymous Bosh. La serie sigue las aventuras de tres jóvenes miembros de la Sociedad de los Tercios, una organización cuyo trabajo es mantener el Secreto a salvo y que no caiga en las terribles garras de El Sol de Medianoche. En este volumen, Cas corre un grave peligro. Se ha zampado el potente chocolate del señor Hugo, el cual le permite viajar en el tiempo y visitar a sus ancestros pasados en busca del Secreto. El pr [...]

    5. I recently finished, "This Isn't What It Looks Like" by: Pseudonymous Bosch, the 4th book in the secret series. This book is told from two points of view, the survivalist girl, Cass and her trustworthy partner, Mas-Ernest. Cass ate a piece of Time Travel Chocolate and now she's been taken back to the medieval times of the Jester, her only known ancestor. Cass must find The Secret, it's her mission! Meanwhile, Max-Ernest is trying to get Cass out of her coma, before it's too late.This book is ful [...]

    6. I can't believe I have one more book left of this series! This book was even better than the last one! Cass is just about to find out the secret! Ugh! This series is unbelievably amazing! If anybody is looking for books to read I suggest these ones! I also cap't wait to find out the secret! Yay!

    7. You can read my review on my blog here (& below):elementaread/20THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR THE PREVIOUS BOOKS IN THIS SERIES'This Isn’t What it Looks Like' is the fourth book in the middle-grade ‘Secret Series’ by Pseudonymous Bosch. These books follow the adventures of three young members of the Terces Society, a secret organisation whose job it is to keep the Secret (to immortality) from getting into the wrong hands. On three previous occasions these children, Cassandra, Max-E [...]

    8. The fourth book in the series that began with The Name of This Book is Secret picks up where the third volume left off. In the early chapters, narrator Bosch splits attention between two stories: one is about a girl who wakes up in what appears to be a medieval European village unable to remember who she is, where she is, how she got there, or why she happens to be invisible; the other is about Max-Ernest, who is desperately trying to awaken his friend Cass, who has been in a strange sort of com [...]

    9. I read the book This Isn't What it Looks Like. This book is really great!!!! This book is the fourth book in the Secret Series by Pseudonymous Bosch. The genre is fiction. This is a really great book if you like mystery. This book takes place in modern time but also during medieval times. I think the author of this book is really great b/c in the book he talks to you. I think a lot of people will like this book it has a lot of action and for me it was a page turner!! Throughout the book your on [...]

    10. Summary: In this fourth installment of the Secret Series, Cass is stuck in the Medieval Ages on a mission to find the Secret (having learned she was the Secret Keeper) while Max-Ernest is on a desperate mission to bring her back. Complications arise when Max-Ernest's parents begin acting strangely, and an old classmate comes back, suspiciously different. Can Max-Ernest save Cass? Or will Cass forever be stuck in the Middle Ages?My thoughts (Note: This review is for the whole series):I LOVE THE S [...]

    11. AMAZING!I love this book,it's one of my favourites,but I didn't see as much from Yo-Yoji as I might have wanted,but I'll try to be forgiving this on time ;).I particually enjoyed the footnotes of this volume,and also the story of how PB got rid of THE PEA(!),and almost drowned in mayonnaise(I'm sorry, I haven't got a idea on how to spell that word :0).Followers of the series will enjoy this fresh read ( I assume because I am & did ),and will surely love the wonderfull humor of Pseudonymous B [...]

    12. This was sadly not one of the better additions to the story but never the less, it was quite enjoyable!

    13. What the heck was that?This book totally reminded me of The Twilight Zone, where at first the viewer is asking him- or herself, "Seriously, what is going on here?", and in its last minutes it all makes sense. That is pretty much all I want to say about what the book is like without spoiling anything else. With the exception that Pseudonymous Bosch strikes again. What can I say except he knows how to write a good story? Or rather, a novel novel? And to think, this is only the penultimate installm [...]

    14. Wie auch die Vorgänger eine lustige, kindgerechte Lektüre, sogar etwas kurzweiliger als der dritte Band. Die Reihe geht zwar noch weiter, aber dies ist der letzte Band, der in meinem Besitz ist. Die restlichen Bände würde ich nur gebraucht günstig kaufen, weil es zwar für Zwischendurch nett zu lesen und auch der Schmunzelfaktor gegeben war. Dennoch ist es mir zurzeit nicht immens wichtig, die Reihe zu beenden. 

    15. Such great fun! Such a great series! An exciting story, refreshingly creative, with interesting and well-developed characters, and all delightfully written. Yet, each book is wonderfully distinct. Lovin' it!

    16. As Clear as a Crystal The Author, Pseudonymous Bosch, of "This isn't What it Looks Like" has a writing style of comedy, but mixed with an aurora of mysteriousness. Pseudonymous Bosch keeps a shroud of mystery between his identity, along with many fourth wall breaks when he inserts his own dialogue, sort of like a commentary throughout the books. He talks to the readers, giving off a maniac vibe in my opinion, yet maintaining sanity. The writing of Bosch is clear as he manages to stay on track wi [...]

    17. Originally posted @ Book WhalesWe are on the penultimate book of the Secret Series. :DTo tell you honestly I finished this books 3 weeks ago and I just forgot to make a review out of it. But finally here it is :DOut of the 4 books I read the problem I have with this books is that maybe I got used to the writing style of the author and the magic is lost for me. The plot itself for this books is very important to the story since it explains a lot about the history of the Jester and Lord Pharaoh wi [...]

    18. I read this directly after reading the third one, which is not something I usually do. When I read a series I like to read two or more books in between so that I don’t feel the books get too same-y. But this time I really wanted to keep reading this mystery series seeing as the previous book ended on such a cliffhanger. Our familiar trio of Cassandra, Max-Ernest and Yo-Yoji return in this book with some new characters in tow, like Daniel-Not-Danielle, the Glob, the Jester and Anastasia as well [...]

    19. I really enjoyed this one! The previous novels in the series were good, but not real page-turners for me. But this one really hit the sweet spot in terms of pacing and plotting. I loved the setup with the negative chapters eventually hitting chapter zero. All the plot elements tied together very nicely. (view spoiler)[Loved the idea of Max-Ernest being Pseudonymous Bosch. It would certainly explain why Pseudonymous Bosch can't help himself from adding in delightful but useless factoids in footno [...]

    20. In this fourth installment of the secret series, Cass and Max-Earnest are separated by time and place in a way. Cass is stuck in the past searching for The Secret, but she's also in a coma in the present, and it's Max-Earnest's job to save her. For whatever reason, though, he can't.I read the first three books of this series, The Name of the Book is Secret, If You're Reading This, It's Too Late, and This Book Is Not Good For You, in middle school, and I thrilled when I saw this at the store. I p [...]

    21. Hmmwell, let me just suggest something. If you really want to read this book, go and buy the paperback, DO NOT GET IT ON KINDLE/NOOK. That was my mistake. There were some things that you would need to go to the back of the book, or to the beginning, and it was annoying to have to find what you were looking for (i.e. Yo-Yoji's email to Max-Ernest) tons of times (and not to mention, it's can be quite slow) when if you just got the paperback, you could flip to the back of the book. And also, when t [...]

    22. Every next chapter = Better storyCass wanted to find out about her past so what better way than with the chocolate Senor Hugo gave her? Whatever was in the chocolate, it took her somewhere to find about the past better than anyone who ever did; because she went to the past herself. She met her ancestors, Lord Pharaoh and the Humonculus (again and helped her again). The problem was, while she was travelling unsconsciously, consciously she was in a coma. Was she ever going to get back to her own t [...]

    23. In this fourth installment of The Secret Series, Cass is in a coma in a hospital and Max-Ernest is alone since Yo-Yoji is in Japan. Max-Ernest knows that Cass ate the time-travel chocolate, but he doesn't know how to get her back in to the present. Meanwhile, Cass is in a medieval time, with no memory of anything from before she appeared in this new place, searching for her ancestor, The Jester. She is invisible and is armed with an odd double-monocle from a Seer named Cassandra (who goes by Cla [...]

    24. If you like adventurous and mysterious books than this is the book for you. The author of this book is Pseudonymous Bosh. The name of this book is "This isn't What it Looks Like".The setting is in the modern day time and the past. It takes place in London England, Cassandra's home, Max-Ernest's home, the school where they live, the forest, and a castle. In the book Cassandra is considered a survivalist. A survivalist is someone who likes to be prepared for natural disasters and likes to escape f [...]

    25. This book might've been one of the best. Next to the first one of course. **SPOILER**(view spoiler)[I love how we got to see the REAL story behind Mr. Cabbage Face's imprisonment, and of The Jester's life. One of my disappointments though, is that we never really found out who are or were Cassandra's real parents, even though it was fun to know her great great (x3) grandparents Jester, and Anastasia.And finding that treasure that made its way to her door in perfect timing - after so many years! [...]

    26. Review "This Isn't What It Looks Like" by Pseudonymous BoschThis book is the fourth in the secret series. The thing is that I read it before I read the other books in the series, so it is such a spoiler for me. But despite that, I did my best to catch up, so I enjoyed it. It is very mysterious and intriguing as you turn its pages. But if I were you, read book 1 first. I like the way the author writes his stories. It's very unique. But I can't give you the other parts of the story, because the au [...]

    27. In the fourth adventure of Cass and Max-Ernest, Cass is after the SECRET. She has travelled back in time (with the help of Senor Hugo's Time Travelling Chocolate) into her ancestral past to find out the SECRET. Meanwhile at home she is in coma. Max-Ernest tries his best to wake her up with the help of the tuning fork. If Cass dies, the SECRET will also die along with her. Will Cass ever return? Losing the SECRET forever is worse than not knowing it. Read on to find out more.

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