Mia Cornell, the main character, is an orphan who is sent to live at a fancy estate with an old lady and three other girls. She discovers her new family is a part of a secret society with a goal of hunting down lost art, artifacts, and other Objects of Supernatural Origin (OSOs). In the book, the girls try to hunt down Marie Antoinette's necklace, using tools they “borrowed” from the old lady’s house. While they are looking, they discover someone else is working against them to find the necklace as well.
Labyrinth Society: The Versailles Vendetta is an okay book that I rate 2 stars. The author said at the beginning of the story that everyone was going to be okay, so to me it felt like I didn’t really have to read it. There were some new things throughout that were not mentioned at the start of the story, but they didn't help draw me in. Also, the dialog is slightly confusing, especially at the beginning. At the start, the four main characters were all talking , and the author didn’t always tell us who was talking, therefore I got lost while reading it. The four characters talked about how the story finished, then the storyline jumps back to the beginning of the adventure in an awkward way. After the beginning, the story is in Mia Cornell’s words for the rest of the book. I decided to read this book because I thought it would be a mystery and adventure filled book, but there was not much of either.