History Literature / The39Clues

6th May '16 2:09:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* GoofyPrintUnderwear: Dan has Pokemon on his, and [[HandsomeDevil Ian]] has ''pink dollar signs'' of all things on his, even though [[WeAllLiveInAmerica he's from Britian, where the dollar is not used.]]

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* GoofyPrintUnderwear: Dan has Pokemon on his, and [[HandsomeDevil Ian]] Ian has ''pink dollar signs'' of all things on his, even though [[WeAllLiveInAmerica he's from Britian, where the dollar is not used.]]
19th Apr '16 10:54:22 AM erforce
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* ShoutOut: A lot. To StarWars, Franchise/StarTrek, IndianaJones, Creator/MontyPython, MaryPoppins...

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* ShoutOut: A lot. To StarWars, ''Franchise/StarWars, Franchise/StarTrek, IndianaJones, Franchise/IndianaJones, Creator/MontyPython, MaryPoppins...Film/MaryPoppins''...
12th Apr '16 5:33:12 PM bookworm11
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* ThemeNaming: The Holts. Eisenhower and this twin daughters, Reagan, and Madison are all named after the surnames of U.S. President's. Eisenhower's wife is named Mary-Todd (Abe Lincoln's first lady), their son is named Hamilton (presumably for Alexander Hamilton) and their dog is named Arnold (Benedict, possibly?).

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* ThemeNaming: The Holts. Holts are all named after iconic United States political figures. Eisenhower and this twin daughters, Reagan, Reagan and Madison Madison, are all named after the surnames of U.S. President's. Presidents. Eisenhower's wife is named Mary-Todd (Abe (Abraham Lincoln's first lady), First Lady), their son is named Hamilton (presumably for Alexander Hamilton) and their dog is named Arnold (Benedict, possibly?).
19th Nov '15 12:08:09 AM Synchronicity
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* ThemeNaming: The Holts. Eisenhower and his children, Hamilton, Reagan, and Madison are all named after the surnames of U.S. President's. Eisenhower's wife is named Mary-Todd (Abe Lincoln's first lady) and their dog is named Arnold (Benedict, possibly?).

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* ThemeNaming: The Holts. Eisenhower and his children, Hamilton, this twin daughters, Reagan, and Madison are all named after the surnames of U.S. President's. Eisenhower's wife is named Mary-Todd (Abe Lincoln's first lady) lady), their son is named Hamilton (presumably for Alexander Hamilton) and their dog is named Arnold (Benedict, possibly?).
12th May '15 5:07:24 PM bookworm11
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* StalkingIsLove: In ''Operation Trinity,'' set before the clue hunt, Ian stumbles across a surveillance camera feed of Amy, and he watches her for a minute. The scene seems to have been thrown in solely to please the [[FanPreferredCouple Amy/Ian shippers]].

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* StalkingIsLove: In ''Operation Trinity,'' set before the clue hunt, Ian stumbles across a watches Amy on one of the Cahill activity surveillance camera feed of Amy, feeds his parents keep before heading to dinner, and it's revealed he watches knows that it's time for the schools in her for a minute. city let out. The entire, plot-irrelevant scene seems to have been thrown in solely to please the [[FanPreferredCouple Amy/Ian shippers]].
9th Jan '15 11:14:45 AM tsundereprincess
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* StalkingIsLove: It's revealed in ''Operation Trinity'' that Ian watches Amy before the clue hunt via a surveillance camera, and there isn't even a hint that the author thinks this is wrong. The entire scene even seems to have been thrown in solely to please the [[FanPreferredCouple Amy/Ian shippers]].

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* StalkingIsLove: It's revealed in In ''Operation Trinity'' that Ian watches Amy Trinity,'' set before the clue hunt via hunt, Ian stumbles across a surveillance camera, camera feed of Amy, and there isn't even he watches her for a hint that the author thinks this is wrong. minute. The entire scene even seems to have been thrown in solely to please the [[FanPreferredCouple Amy/Ian shippers]].
25th Dec '14 10:21:54 AM bookworm11
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* ShownTheirWork: The Cahills and Rosenblooms learn a lot about ancient civilizations as they travel around the world looking for the ingredients of the serum's antidote, and they talk about what they learn a ''lot.'' {{Justified}} in that the information is often crucial to finding the ingredients, and a couple of the characters are [[TheSmartGuy really into history.]]
22nd Nov '14 1:21:45 PM bookworm11
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* SeparatedByACommonLanguage: Ian has difficulty adjusting to life in America, where he finds that many people misunderstand the British terms he uses.
22nd Nov '14 12:57:40 PM bookworm11
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[[folder:Series 4: Doublecross]]

* ShownTheirWork: The historical facts start popping up on page three, when Ian compares his accomplishments to those of Napoleon.

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5th Nov '14 11:16:39 AM bwburke94
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** Though [[spoiler: Lester]] may be more of a SacrificialLamb, given the fact that [[spoiler: he]] was only around for one book.

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** Though [[spoiler: Lester]] may be more of a SacrificialLamb, given the fact that [[spoiler: he]] he was only around for one book.
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