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Bosch, Pseudonymous.
Boston : Little, Brown, 2007
IL 3-6, RL 5.6
ISBN 0316113662
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Almost everyone likes a secret. And the author of The Name of this Book is Secret capitalizes on that. Cass and Max-Ernest are unlikely friends. They are brought together by their fears and united in a mystery that revolves around the property of a dead magician named Pietro Bergamo (notice the familiar initials). Cass and Max-Ernest come to be in possession of a box called the Symphony of Smells as they try to uncover more about Pietro (from a journal he left behind) and try to evade those interested in the Symphony of Smells. This book is a good choice for sophisticated readers, readers who enjoy mysteries, and readers who enjoy secrets and codes. (Pennsylvania Young Reader's Choice Award nominee, 2011)
SUBJECTS:     Immortality -- Fiction.
                        Synesthesia -- Fiction.
                        Adventure and adventurers -- Fiction.

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