One day, Charlie was hanging out minding her own business when her brother walks in and tells her that he needs her help. In fact, her country needs her help. Charlie thinks he is being a bit dramatic, but she decides to listen to what he has to say.
Charlie is your average 12 year old genius. She is a brilliant mathematician and a true Einstein aficionado or expert about Albert Einstein. And, her knowledge about Albert Einstein makes her the person for the job--really the only person for the job.
Rumor has it that Einstein had one more equation that if in the right hands would be more dangerous than the equation used to make the atomic bomb. And, the FBI has intel that the equation is about to fall into the wrong hands. Hands that would indeed make the bomb and use it against the rest of the world.
Charlie must figure out where the equation is and how to keep it out of anyone's hands. Can she do it and save the world? Find out in Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation.
I really liked this book. It is a suspenseful mystery that kept me on the edge of my seat.
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