The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart

The Mysterious Benedict Society (The Mysterious Benedict Society, 1):  Stewart, Trenton Lee, Ellis, Carson: 9780316003957: Amazon.com: Books

The Mysterious Benedict Society is a classic mystery and adventure book, that I would highly recommend for you to read! The style of this book is similar to Lemony Snicket’s Series of Unfortunate events, and comes in a series for you to read! The book’s main characters are four young kids named Reynie, Constance, Sticky, and Kate. The book features only Reynie’s thoughts and insights, which is one downfall of the book. Personally, I would have enjoyed reading the book from all the character’s points of view.

Reynie is an orphan who has always felt out of place at his orphanage. Reynie decides to take a test from a mysterious sign he saw in his town, where he meets the other three kids who also happen to be orphans that passed the test. Shortly after, they meet Mr. Benedict, a strange old man who invites all four kids to help him with a secret mission. If you want to hear more about this thrilling story, you’ll have to pick up your very own copy of The Mysterious Benedict Society!

-Anusha M.

The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart is available for checkout from the Mission Viejo Library. It can also be downloaded for free from Overdrive.

5 thoughts on “The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart

  1. This book is awesome! I have really enjoyed reading this series and I am currently on the 3rd book. With the excitement, adventure, and mystery that this series brings, it can be really difficult to put it down at times. Great review!

  2. I remember reading the entire series of “The Mysterious Benedict of Society” in elementary school and I can say that I truly enjoyed it! As a kid, I always enjoyed the mystery that keeps me reading, especially the endings that make my jaw drop. Amazing summary and review of the novel!

  3. I also really liked reading this book, and this series is very enjoyable to read! I agree that it would have been better if we were able to read about the different characters’ different perspectives in the story. Nice review!

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