Public Enemies

Public Enemies

Gordon Korman / Aug 20, 2019

Public Enemies The Falconer siblings come one step closer to freeing their parents from jail in this fifth installment of the thrilling Gordon Korman series Aiden and Meg Falconer have been crossing the country as f

  • Title: Public Enemies
  • Author: Gordon Korman
  • ISBN: 9780439651400
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Falconer siblings come one step closer to freeing their parents from jail in this fifth installment of the thrilling Gordon Korman series Aiden and Meg Falconer have been crossing the country as fugitives in order to prove their parents didn t commit a crime They ve been chased from state to state by the FBI and by a killer they know only as Hairless Joe Now HThe Falconer siblings come one step closer to freeing their parents from jail in this fifth installment of the thrilling Gordon Korman series Aiden and Meg Falconer have been crossing the country as fugitives in order to prove their parents didn t commit a crime They ve been chased from state to state by the FBI and by a killer they know only as Hairless Joe Now Hairless Joe is getting closer than ever and the Falconers are getting even closer than that to the truth.

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      • Gordon Korman

        Korman wrote his first book, This Can t be Happening at Macdonald Hall , when he was 12 years old, for a coach who suddenly found himself teaching 7th grade English He later took that episode and created a book out of it, as well, in The Sixth Grade Nickname Game , wherein Mr Huge was based on that 7th grade teacher.Korman moved to New York City, where he studied film and film writing While in New York, he met his future wife live in Long Island with their three children.He has published than 50 books.


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    1. My opinion of the mystery book On the Run 5 Public Enemies is that it is a page turner. This book was a page turner because the author, Gordon Korman was making the book with cliff hangers so I didn’t want to stop reading the book. For example, some events to support my claim on page 133, it says how one of the main characters, Aiden said not to kill the assassin who are trying to kill them. This left me think in my head, WHAT? That’s crazy! This statement caused me to just drive right back [...]


    2. I listened to the audiobook with my family during a car trip. My boys (ages 17, 14, and 8) all enjoyed the story. Book 4 seemed to drag, but the story picked up on book 5. Some parts stretched the ability to suspend disbelief, but I enjoyed how the Falconers came closer to solving the mystery of their parents. In some ways, this series is like "The Fugitive" for children.









    3. *Spoilers*Aiden and Meg Falconer have been chased by many people on their quest to exonerate their wrongfully jailed parents. Their modes of escape are varied and colorful; in this book they stow away in the back of a pickup, ride on a horse for hours, and (after a run-in with a seedy biker after the 25K reward on their heads) borrow a motorcycle to take them to HORUS headquarters in Denver. That's where Frank Lindenauer worked, the guy who framed their parents for treason. but was really workin [...]


    4. Public enemies Aiden and Meg falconer have been crossing the country as fugitives, in order to prove that their parents didn’t commit a crime. In a world where criminals are celebrities and news coverage is 24-7, the falconers are finding it hard to hide form their unwanted fame. They’ve been chased for state to state by the FBI. They have been chased by a killer the only know by Hairless Joe. Now Hairless Joe is getting closer than ever, and the Falconers are getting even closer to the trut [...]


    5. This book is a very adventurous book. That made it a fun read. It is all about the Falconer children on the run and their struggle for justice. Also its suprising because it's almost like they can't trust anyone. Just when you think they are safe another obstacle presents itself. A connection could be made from the book to the real world. Sometimes the wrong people go to jail the same way the Falconers did in the book. You can find justice but sometimes it's hard to get. This connects from the b [...]


    6. 150 pagesRealistic Fictionby Gordon KormanPublic Enemies is the fifth book in the On The Run series. In this book, Meg and Aiden Falconer are still looking for Frank Lindenaur, them an who framed their parents and landed them in jail. Meg and Aiden are still running from not just the police, but also a mass murderer the Falconers call "Hairless Joe." This murderer is after the Falconers, but they have done nothing wrong. But will this mysterious man hurt them, or help them? This was one of my fa [...]


    7. The book I read is "On The Run" "Public Enemies" by Gordon Korman. I chose this book because I saw a car on the cover. It's about a brother and sister Aiden and Meg Falconer's parents being locked up for a crime they didn't commit because supposedly they were charged of stealing. These two siblings are trying to change that by trying to prove their parents innocent but they were in the crime too. The are wanted all over Oregon and have just driven into Denver and find cops as trouble on the way. [...]


    8. The plot twists just keep coming, and this book delivers a few powerful ones, which I can't spoil. But suffice to say, one of them changes the kids' goal in a major way.Otherwise, this is the same style as the previous books: hiding out, trying to get help from people who don't recognize them, running to avoid capture, and so on. One of the best moments occurs when Meg overhears a radio show badmouthing her family, and calls in to try to set the record straight. It actually results in her and Ai [...]


    9. Aiden and Meg are still trying to clear their parents' names by prooving their innocence. They are still getting chased by Hairless Joe. They have made a disision that they have to kill Hairless Joe if he continues to come after them. They came to that disision after he tryed to throw them down an elevator shaft. At the near end of the book they made a devastating discovery, Hairless Joe is Frank Lindineir. Frank is the "CIA" agent that suposedly was their parents boss. They now have to get him [...]


    10. Public enemies is one of the last books in this series. It's probably one of the best ones too. if you have read the first four, you will really like this one even better. it tells of how Aiden and Meg come face to face with the alleged Frank Lindenauer. They realize this is really him by a picture they see drawn by a little old man who can't really hear or see. and in a point in this book the kids are nearly killed by Mr. Lindenauer.


    11. I really liked this book! It was a great story to follow the idea in book 3 and did a great job of describing that! It drew a great picture in your head and gave you little hints about who the real professional killer is! It left me dying to read the concluding book and I loved that about this book! I recomend this book for anyone who likes putting the clues together!


    12. 3 way tied for my favorite series. It is suspenseful and you won't want to put it down. The series seemed to be over quickly, as I couldn't stop reading it. I however was excited when my favorite author, Gordon Korman came out with a second follow-up series to the On-the-Run series, the Kidnapped series. It was awesome too.


    13. With each book the series gets better. I think my favorite character so far, while short lived and truly not a primary character, is Oznot. What a dude!I cannot wait to read book five -- must fit into today's schedule!


    14. This book was interesting because of all the action. They saw hairless Joe again. They through him down the elevator. Meg and Adien made an amazing discovery because hairless Joe is actually their long lost uncle.


    15. This series isn't the best, but it's quite addicting and all of the books are quick reads. Maybe 2 days max. Sadly I don't have the 6th one, so I can't see how it ends unil I find time to go to the library.


    16. Another adventure packed episode of two kids trying to prove their parents are innocent. This book as well as the one before it, are starting to tie things together as this series ends with the next book. Will definitely recommend to kids around 9.


    17. Read this book in an evening. I'm very glad that this book didn't disappoint me like book 4 did. Once again, full of action and adventures for Aiden and Meg, not to mention the reader. Looking forward to reading the next one.


    18. This was my second favorite book of the series so far it included some of the best chase seens in the series. I love the adventure.**SPOILER**i love how they find out that Hairless joe is their "uncle frank". It was hidden so well that i didn't even notice it was him untill the 5th book.


    19. I enjoyed this book as the characters and plots really came together and started creating some real tension as you root for the kids to find what they are looking for while also fleeing from all of the people and groups chasing them.


    20. This book is about Aidan and Meg Falconer running away from the cops across country. I liked this book because it has action and is suspenseful. This might be a good book for Christians because the kids are trying to prove their parents innocents.




    21. The falconers are still trying to collect more evidence on their parent's case. They are one step closer when they find out where Frank Lindenauer is.


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