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He dodges the cops, but becomes indebted to the boat captain. How can he learn more about Piers Ormond's will if he is stuck carting fish to earn back his freedom? Cal may have a chance if he can find his Great-aunt Millicent. But with Sligo's thugs hot on his heels, he may not be her only unexpected visitor. A sinister storm is brewing...Should Cal expose another relativeHe dodges the cops, but becomes indebted to the boat captain. How can he learn more about Piers Ormond's will if he is stuck carting fish to earn back his freedom? Cal may have a chance if he can find his Great-aunt Millicent. But with Sligo's thugs hot on his heels, he may not be her only unexpected visitor. A sinister storm is brewing...Should Cal expose another relative to danger? The clock is ticking. Any second could be his last. Callum Ormond has been warned. He has 184 days. The countdown continues....

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  • ღ Suus ღ (pages.and.books)
    2018-11-11 12:08

    Deze was weer iets beter dan het vorige deel met meer diepgang en meer ontdekkingen rondom het raadsel.

  • Shannon
    2018-10-28 14:48

    Met de boekenclub Books Ever After lezen we elke maand een boek van deze serie. Zelf liep ik nog achter dus vandaar dat ik Juli nu pas heb uitgelezen. Ik vond dit boek niet per se heel bijzonder, maar wel leuk om te lezen. Ik ben blij dat er eindelijk nóg meer vooruitgang zit in de zaak en ook het einde maakt alles heel erg spannend.

  • Simon Taylor
    2018-11-08 12:14

    July may be a month where not a lot happens on TV, in the news or in sport but the same can’t be said for the seventh volume of Conspiracy 365.One of the best instalments to date, July has terrific pacing and genuine plot progression. While the formula dictates an opener with Cal escaping from an inescapable situation on the first of each month (just after midnight) before finding himself slap bang in another one at the end of the month (just before midnight), what happens in between easily hooks interest.This month’s disasters are much more diverse and seem to be taking events in a very different direction before the unexpected quickly occurs and the course changes again. Boges and Winter both continue to be fleshed out (not before time!) with the former starting to grow a backbone and become frustrated with some of Cal’s catastrophes, while Winter’s backstory is embellished and her integrity given a further prod.Team Sligo and Team de la Force are both in positions they’ve never been in before, and the plot is altogether tighter and more interesting.While the compulsory cliff-hanger was evident from outer space, it’s a real predicament that should be interesting to see resolved.A great effort from Lord that makes Part 8 something to look forward to!

  • Megan Birch
    2018-10-26 11:12

    OMG!!! This book was amazing. It is so gripping! I couldn't stop reading them.This boy called Cal Ormond lost his father through some un-known diseasse. He takes over what his father was trying to discover which has run through the family. All the way through the series people are after cal and his friends Boges and Winter. Each time they find more out about the Ormand Singularity something bad happens. You must read these books! :)

  • Samantha
    2018-10-23 09:03

    Eindelijk over de helft! Deel 7 al weer van deze 12-delige serie. Ook dit keer las ik weer keurig mee met Books Ever After. Dit deel was weer iets interessanter als het vorige. We lijken weer wat verder te komen in de serie. Maakt me toch opnieuw nieuwsgierig naar het einde van deze serie! Nog even doorbijten dus.

  • Olivia
    2018-11-05 11:50

    This is a great book. I'm not going to give away the end. WARNING TO PEOPLE WHO WILL READ THIS BOOK: Don't read the end before bed. It's kind of disturbing!! Well, to me. These books are pretty easy to read. I read this one in one day.

  • Chase
    2018-10-31 10:58

    The book I read is Conspiracy 365 July. This is one of many books in the series by Gabrielle Lord. The text complexity (Lexile Level) is 790. This book as I said is part of a twelve part series it is the seventh book in the series. This book takes place around Callum (Cal) Ordman a fifteen year old boy trying to uncover a very important and dangerous family secret. Cal has many enemies and has to overcome many dangerous obstacles to find what he is looking for. The main theme of this book is no matter how hard the challenge is you have to give everything you got to get past it and succeed. This theme is present throughout this book and the other books in this series. Like at the beginning of the book Cal is trapped underwater in a fishing net. Instead of giving up he gave it his all and got out of it. Or how he was trapped in the freezer a bit later. He thought of a way to get out and he did. Cal has faced many challenges and he has been able to overcome all of them. The theme also shows through the other characters in the book. Like how Cal’s best friend Boges came up with a plan right on the spot to help Cal out of a dangerous situation. And how at the Manresa or Convent Cal was trapped between the police and Sligo's (The main villain) top guy Bruno and he didn’t give up he found a motorcycle and learned how to ride it instantly and got out unharmed.This theme is shown throughout this book a lot and I think this is the best theme for this book and the series. There is still plenty more examples of this but I’m not going to spoil it for you. This book was one of my favorites in the series so far. I have read every other book up to this point and this one definitely was one of the best. One thing I liked about this book and about every other book in the series is how Lord writes these books. I don’t really know how to explain it but she writes it so suspenseful in a way I really like. The only things I didn’t like about this book and a lot of these books is some parts are predictable. Like in a case in this book a person from another book comes back and you could see it coming. It’s not anything too bad it’s just i’m a little picky about stuff like that but overall again it was a great book. The ending of this book was my favorite in the whole series so far. I’m not going to spoil anything but it ends on the best cliffhanger in the series and if you have read any of these books you know that there is a good amount of cliffhangers in the series. My favorite part again was the ending I like it because as I said I like Lord’s style of how she wrote and worded it and it was just a great ending. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes suspenseful books with action and mystery. Or if you have read one of all of the books in the series up to this point I suggest you read this one. I promise you, you will not regret it.

  • Jake Lewis
    2018-11-01 09:09

    It seems like every somewhat poor book in this series is followed by a spectacular one. July is filled with action. What was actually quite an un-exciting ending to June causes a really interesting start to July with a couple of close calls (almost being caught by the police twice.) Cal decides to go to meet his great auntie in what turns out to be a convent, creating an eerie atmosphere. He finds some important documents there and more mystery is created as Millicent sings a song about two little lambs, which Cal believes to be about the twins in Bartholomew's news article. In one of the most intense parts of the entire series, Zombrovski turns up in the dead of night in an attempt to kill Cal! Thankfully though, Zombie himself ends up dying. As if Millicent wasn't enough of an interesting enough character, Cal decides to meet with Rathbone but ends up six feet under! Surely he can't get out of a coffin buried underground...

  • Tamara Van dishoeck
    2018-10-30 10:10

    deel zeven uit de serie. Callum leert steeds meer over het raadsel. er gebeurt in de maand juli vrij veel. oa de sterfdag van zijn vader en zijn verjaardag. vond dit een van de betere boekjes in deze serie. hij eindigde weer met een cliffhanger.

  • Gretchen Fatouros
    2018-11-11 09:50

    1 - read in order,2 - there is a reminder of what happened last month at the beginning,3 - fast-paced,4 - ends in the middle of something exciting going on. You will want to jump from one Book right into the next.Seems similar to 39 Clues though I think (if I remember right) that the kids were younger in that book. This one is better because it is all written by the same author. 39 Clues began to feel like it wasn’t thought out much ahead of time because of the authors thing. I never finished it because I started reading before all the books had been published...

  • Angela
    2018-11-05 15:11

    Can't wait for the next one

  • Joe Holman
    2018-10-30 15:09

    It must be a good series. I read the last 6 books in the series plus 2 sequels in 10 days.

  • Cami
    2018-10-20 10:47

    June's book really dragged on and on and almost had me calling it quits on Callum's saga. But July exceeded my expectations! Locked in a freezer by a kid that wants revenge; a sword fight in a convent bell tower; being buried alive... this is what I'm talking about! In addition to the fun action, there was definitely more progress in the Ormond mystery in this novel than there has been in past installments. I am geared back up and ready to read on.

  • Ethan
    2018-11-09 08:48

    In the book conspiracy 365 by Gabrielle Lord, Callum manages to dodge the cops once again. Also may have a chance for him to find his great-aunt Millicent. But with Sligo’s thugs hot on his heels, he may not be her only unexpected visitor. A sinister storm is brewing for callum ormond should he expose another one of his relatives? No one still knows where he is and where he is running of to. He has 184 days to survive any minute could be his last. I personally love these types of novels I just like the conflict and the mystery and about Callum ormond finding the truth about his father. I just personally love conspiracy 365 because of the set up of the book and how everything is plotted neatly and all the action and the thrill in this book. I love the creativity of the book and I also found out that there is a television show about this called Conspiracy 365.I recommend this book to mostly middle schoolers to high schoolers because the younger levels such as 1st through fourth graders would probably not understand what is happening throughout the book and basically the type of words which younger grades could not pronounce.

  • Thaddeus
    2018-10-29 11:59

    This book was awesome! I just can't wait to see what happens next. The ending of this book was so cool I am anxious to see what happens next. I would suggest this book if you like action and excitement. This series is similar to the Alex Rider series, and I also suggest the Alex Rider series. These series are the best books I ever read in my opinion. I rate this book 5/5 stars because of the action and excitement, there is also a little mystery. I wonder what happens in the last book, well I better keep reading and find out. I hope you will try reading this book as well, if you don't like it that's ok. If you do like please suggest reading the Conspiracy 365 and Alex Rider series.

  • rachel • typed truths
    2018-11-01 11:12

    3.5 starsThis review contains spoiler for the previous books in the Conspiracy 365 series.We ended June with Cal stuck in a fishing net, cops in close pursuit and him slowly drowning with the Ormond Jewel in his backpack. We begin July with Cal being saved by a bunch of fisherman from the net of their latest catch. The captain helps him evade the police in return for his service on his fishing boat, but the crewmen are a fishy lot - see what I did there! *lol, wink, wink* - and Cal doesn't know if he can trust them... especially with Zombie and Bruno always close by and the Riddle to be solved. I was beginning to tire of Gabrielle Lord's ridiculous situations and Cal's stupidity by the end of June and wasn't excited to start the next book so I was shocked by the intensity of July. Finally we begin to move forward with progress on the Riddle and the Jewel's double-key code and get information on Cal's ancestor, Piers Ormond. The action became a part of the plotline, moving the characters along their course for answers rather than being there simply for the sake of something "exciting" to happen. July explores the relationship of Winter and Cal further, as well as Cal and Boges. All three of them are beginning to feel the pressure of what is happening. It begins to hit home that Cal's father isn't coming back, that Cal is really on the run, that he's alone and sacred and tired of constantly watching his back. The attempts of his life are increasing with each passing day and he is sick of it. Winter is sick of not being trusted when all she wants is to help. Boges is sick of Cal being reckless - trusting strangers, trusting Winter, leaving him with the mess to cover up. I really enjoyed this deeper side of Cal. It was nice to see how he really began to think things through - his life, his father's death. It really help build this extra layer between the readers and Cal which the series could have done with a few books ago. What I loved most about July was that everything felt necessary to the overall story. I didn't cringe as much with unbelievable scenarios. I wasn't disappointed by Cal's lack of progress with the Riddle. I actually enjoyed myself. I laughed, I smiled, I cheered Cal on. Overall this was easily the best book of the series so far and with that killer ending I will most definitely be eagerly moving forward to August.

  • Jock Zollinger
    2018-10-26 09:10

    The title of my book is Conspiracy 365 July and the author’s name is Gabrielle Lord. The genre of the book is adventure. Callum Ormond has light yellow hair and wears a white shirt, black pants and a book bag. Callum likes having help from other people helping him solve his family secrets. People treat Callum badly because they think he tried to hurt his uncle and younger sister, but he was set up. The setting first starts at a dock and Callum is on a jet ski. He is being chased by the cops and jumps off the jet ski. He gets caught in a fishing net under water and he can’t get out. In the book it is always July. The book is about a boy named Callum Ormond who has found really big secrets on his family and some people are doing whatever they can to figure it out. The people that are trying to find out the secrets have kidnapped him to see if he knew what the secrets meant. Callum didn’t know what the secrets meant, so he tries to find some help. The people that help him are Boges, Winter Frey, great uncle Bartholomew and Millicent. Callum is walking on the road and he doesn’t notice, but the police pull up to him and they want his identity. He gives them his fake identity and they take him to a police station to scan his fake identity. They say he is good, but they want him to stay a night just to be sure. In the morning one of the police are tossing the keys to another police man, but Callum intercepts the keys and go to the police car and starts it up. He drives the car and then after a while he jumps out and gets on a jet ski. After a while after that he jumps off and gets caught in a net. He can’t breathe much longer and needs to get out. The thing I liked about this book was it showed how life is like being a fugitive like running for your life and the thing I disliked about this book was at the end of the book it ends with a dead end, so you have to read the next book to find out what happens. I think the author did well with this book because it kept you guessing, so you really didn’t know what was going to happen. The rating of the book that I choose is 4 because the book makes you want to read the next book in the series. I think fifth graders should read this book because it makes you want to read more about the series and it describes what’s going on along the way, so you don’t have to go back and try to figure out where he is.

  • Conan Tigard
    2018-10-21 15:07

    Conspiracy 365: July continues that story of the juvenile fugitive on the run. Cal hasn't done anything wrong, and only a few of his best friends believe him. Even his own mother doesn't believe him. Cal is working hard with Boges and Winter to solve the Ormond Riddle by the end of the year. With two major criminals after him, Cal must use all his wits to escape the ever-increasing danger he lives with every day.Ah . . . we are finally getting some answers. Yet, because there are still five more books in this series, we are given more clues, but are still unable to figure out the Ormond Riddle. Oh what a tangled web Gabrielle Lord weaves in this intriguing thriller series. The author is like the patient spider building the most precise of webs. Each strand of the story gives the reader something to hang on to, but not enough to solve the mystery. As the reader gets closer and closer to the center of the web, the danger increases. The reader soon finds themselves trapped in this wonderful story, begging the author to spare their anxiety by requesting the next book.I really enjoyed this, the seventh book, in the Conspiracy 365 series. The story is quickly-paced and the characters are wonderfully-developed. The danger is always high and Cal is quite lucky to get of the nasty situations he finds himself in unscathed. Well, maybe not unscathed, but at least he is alive. This is the perfect series for young readers who want a lot of action and mystery. The mystery is so well-developed that the reader will not be able to solve until the twelfth and final book.Overall, Conspiracy 365: July is another great story in a amazing series. I cannot wait to see how Cal gets out of the nasty underground situation he finds himself at the end of this book. I guess I will just have to wait patiently for Conspiracy 365: August. But that is so hard to do when Cal's life is in danger!I rated this book an 8 out of 10.

  • Levi Black
    2018-10-27 09:08

    Cal gets stuck in a fishing net and almost dies when it finally comes to the surface letting him breathe. He's helping load boxes of fish into the freezer when suddenly Threeo comes out of nowhere and locks Cal in the freezer, he ends up using explosives to escape. Now he needs to get to Redcliffe to see his great aunt Millicent. He finally made it there, but finds out she is a nun in a convent and hasn't spoken in twenty years. Cal and Bodges are trying to figure out all this Ormand mystery stuff and they are struggling to figure things out. So Cal decides to meet up with Winter and she figures out a lot that they couldn't solve. Then Cal tries to meet up with Oriana de la Force for information, when he meets up there's nobody there, there's just a coffin, when he walks over to it, it flies open hitting him in the head, he sees a figure and then feels a sharp pain in his neck. He wakes up in a coffin, he can't get out, he can hear the dirt landing on the coffin.Winter is usually sad, because she feels like nobody trusts her or cares about her. Winter is also very caring and always trying to help the best she can. Cal is always aware of his surroundings, making sure everything's okay. He's risky, he's always taking chances hoping he won't get caught.Cal, Bodges, and Winter are trying to solve all this Ormand stuff. They're trying to figure out how the Ormand Jewel and the Ormand riddle go together. They're doing this all so they can solve what Cal's dad was trying to, so that he can be innocent. This book was a great book because there was a lot of action and fighting. There was lots of excitement and escaping. I really liked the sword fight between Cal and Zombrovsky. Zombrovsy ended up falling to his death, so that is one less person trying to hurt Cal and being in his way to solve the Ormand mystery.

  • Sydney
    2018-11-08 11:13

    This book is one of my favorite book so far of the 365 series by Gabrielle Lord The series starts like there's this kid named Callum Ormond his dad dies and he goes to where his dad was barried and when he comes back he notices that his Uncle was bleading from the back of his head and his sister Gabby was in a Coma her hand and her forehead were cold as ice. Then he ran away because the cops blamed it all on him and he has rivals that want him dead before his sixteenth birthday he also has to find out the mystery behind his family history whitch is called the Ormand riddle and singualarity Gabrielle Lord does a great job with word choice if I would close my I eyes and have somebody read it to me I could probably picture what Is happening in the book. Also I love action books and this book has a lot of that in thats why I like the Conspiracy 365 series they are probably one of the best series I have read. Another reason I read these books Is because cliff hangers whitch make u wanna read on. Like at the end of the July book it ends as How he got shoved into a coffin in the middle of night and he could her them piling on dirt he started screaming and freaking out like thinking its over and that he is gonna die today and that's the end of the book so It seems like it makes You read along. That's also how I like these books because It seems like he gonna die but somehow he gets out and It suprises the readers.I would recommend this book to people who love reading about cliff hangers, action, and fights because theres a lot of those in the 365 series.

  • Derek Brandon
    2018-11-02 09:58

    The book "Conspiracy 365: July" by Gabrielle Lord was the best book of this series by far! The book starts out with Cal being dumped into a fishing boat after almost drowning. After escaping the cops once again, Cal escapes to his hideaway. After a few run-ins with his arch enemy Sligo, Cal finds a way to meet his great-aunt Millicent. Upon arrival, Cal learns she is in a convent of nuns and hasn't spoken in 20 years! After somehow speaking to her, Cal leaves with important documents from her possession and returns to his hideout. When meeting with his friend Winter at his dads grave, Cal is abducted and stuffed into and empty coffin. After being trapped inside, Cal is moved to a mysterious spot and begins to be buried alive inside the casket. The book ends on yet another cliffhanger as dirt is shoveled on top of Cal's "grave". I really enjoyed all the action and suspense this book offered. The different sticky situations that Cal somehow escapes are amazing! I would not change anything about this book but I don't understand how his friend Boges could afford a new phone like he did. It didn't really make sense. Other than that I wouldn't do anything differently. Anybody who enjoys action-packed and suspenseful mystery books would love this book/series! I can't wait to read book 8 (August)!

  • Layton
    2018-11-16 15:04

    Gabrielle Lord did an outstanding job writing this story. There many hardships with Cal. One of them is when he is being chased and makes it to his great aunts nun apartment. Cal is a very nice kid and wants too see how his mom and sister are doing. Later in the story he finds out that his sister is still in her coma. At the beginning of the story Gabrielle does a good job explaining how he is feeling. On board one of the workers says they caught a merman. In the net he lies and all cut up. In this series Cal runs into many mistakes. In them Gabrielle does an outstanding job writing them to get the reader so hooked. When reading these books you feel you can not stop reading. I just started reading her books and so far they are amazing. You really can't pick a favorite book in this series. Gabrielle lord is most likely my favorite author. You can feel how Cal does and you can just sit there and think about what you would do in his position. When you are almost done reading the book you are almost sure what will happen next. I have and will recommend these books to anyone who is interested. You will get to be like a character while reading this book. Everyone should be able to feel the sensation.

  • Jackie
    2018-11-02 16:03

    Cal can, and does, get himself in to more tight spots. Luckily, he has his trustworthy friend, Boges who can put him up in a mansion for a few weeks while he lays low. Winter Frey is always in the background, too, helpful?...untrustworthy?. He isn't sure yet. But, he does know if he is going to solve the Ormond riddle, he has to get in touch with Great Aunt Millicent and take back the Ormond Jewel. Winter helps him sneak into Sligo's place, and along with the help of Repro, he steals back the jewel. He's on his way to Millicent's when he realizes he is going to a convent. Aunt Millicent is a nun!And, to make matters worse, Aunt Millicent has not spoken in over 20 years! She breaks her vow(?) of silence when she sees Cal. He pieces together more information when he gets a mysterious phone call from family lawyer Sheldrake Rathbone. Cal agrees to meet him, and in exchange for Cal proving he has the jewel and precious documents, Rathbone promises him Pier's will and information about the mysterious twin disappearance. Things go terribly awry, when Cal is knocked out, drugged, and stuffed into a coffin...is this the end?Whew! Onto August

  • Marianne
    2018-11-20 13:07

    July Conspiracy 365 is the seventh book in the Conspiracy 365 series by Australian author Gabrielle Lord. This month, Cal finds himself in a fishnet, a freezer, a mansion, a school bus, a convent, a funeral parlour and finally, a very tight spot. He escapes by pure luck, ingenuity, with the help of Repro’s detonators, and on a motorbike whilst being shot at, all the while desperately trying to make it alive to his sixteenth birthday. He somehow manages to lose everything he has gained in his search to explain the Ormond Singularity: the Ormond Jewel, the Ormond Riddle and all his drawings and letters. I loved the irony of his final location, given his efforts to stay alive: if Cal thought being in an asylum was his worst nightmare, he was merely dreaming. As usual, the pages run in reverse order and the chapter headings count down the days remaining. Exciting!

  • Caleb Lattin
    2018-10-22 08:48

    This book was great. It's full of action and adventure. In this book Callum escapes the police yet again when he goes to see his Great Aunt Millicent. He then figures out she is a nun and hasn't spoke in 20 years. He needs to talk to her about the Ormond Riddle and she finally speaks and gives Cal an envelope. They give him a place to sleep, but he finds zombie (Sliogos thug) searching for him in the nun habitat. He pushes zombie off the top of the building and kills him. The police show up and Cal knows they know who he is. So he steals the gardeners motorcycle and guns it for a great escape. I also like this book because they leave you hanging on the biggest cliffs. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes life or death action.

  • Matthew Macdonald
    2018-11-03 11:04

    Conspiracy 365 July by Gabrielle Lord is about a teenager named Callum Ormond who is constantly trying to get killed. Callum was escaping from the police and got on a fisherman boat. Full of crooks and hide Callum. Callum then works on the docks and someone captures him but then escapes. Conspiracy 365 July by Gabrielle Lord takes place in modern time and in Virginia. What I really like about this book is all the adventure and that what's going to happen next moment. This series of books is the best series I have ever read.I recommend this book to anyone who likes adventure mystery books. I highly recommend this book.

  • Conner
    2018-11-11 09:04

    This book is great. It is a book on Callum Ormond. The book started in the ocean. He was stuck in a fishing net. He is struggling to get air. There is tons of fish in the net. He's being scratch and cut open but can't do anything about it. Finally the net is rising. The sailors are wondering why the net is so heavy. The sailors see Cal in there net and one of them goes to call the police, but another guy say not to. He said they will keep him and make him work for them. This author is one of my favorite authors. I give this book 4 1/2 stars because it is a great adventure book. Please read this book. :)

  • Ryan
    2018-11-08 16:08

    The title of my book is Conspiracy 365 July. The author is Garielle Lord. The genre of the book is fiction. The setting takes place all around a city. The main character's are Cal, Boges, and Winter but Winger and Boges are side characters but still appear a lot. The book is about a boy named Cal. He is on the run and has very little people able to help him. He is trying to run away from big criminal gangs and the cops. I rated this book 5 stars because I absolutely love this series and find it very interesting.

  • Cathy
    2018-11-06 15:11

    My teen's favorite part is the birthday party. I liked the scenes in the nunnery and the escapes, but this book took the series on a darker turn when - SPOILER - somebody actually dies.Also, I saw one of the other reviewers on the last book mentioned having a hard time with all the deceit and theft in this series, and yes, that's right, it is present. I took it as more of Cal's desperation than as him being a role model, but I could understand talking through that issue with young readers. Another issue to talk through is that now the series promotes talking with dead people.

  • Rachel
    2018-11-08 14:55

    Another sweet adventure. More of the mystery is coming to light and I love what is being discovered. And the cliffhanger in this novel was pretty cool. I also like that Cal ended up in a convent for a little while. Even though he wasn't too fond of the order, it was still a pretty accurate and good representation. Still lying and steal here and there but Cal does want to do the right thing and pay back what he takes from those who help him. Need to know the end but am only a little over halfway to being done. I will be insane before the end.