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One False Note By Gordon Korman One False Note From the back cover The race is on to find Clues that safeguard a great power and fourteen year old Amy Cahill and her younger brother Dan are shocked to find themselves in the lead The search s

  • Title: One False Note
  • Author: Gordon Korman
  • ISBN: 9780545060424
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Hardcover
  • One False Note By Gordon Korman From the back cover The race is on to find 39 Clues that safeguard a great power, and fourteen year old Amy Cahill and her younger brother, Dan, are shocked to find themselves in the lead The search seems to be taking them to Vienna, and they hold a coded piece of Mozart s sheet music that s key to finding the next Clue But tailed by a pack of power hungry relatives, AmyFrom the back cover The race is on to find 39 Clues that safeguard a great power, and fourteen year old Amy Cahill and her younger brother, Dan, are shocked to find themselves in the lead The search seems to be taking them to Vienna, and they hold a coded piece of Mozart s sheet music that s key to finding the next Clue But tailed by a pack of power hungry relatives, Amy and Dan can t see if they are sailing toward victory or straight into a deadly trap.
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    1. Exina on said:

      Vienna, Salzburg and Venice the treasure hunt continues The author of this book is not the same as the previous book s, so the writing style is noticeably different It bothered me first, but as the story progressed, I got used to it Still exciting, entertaining story Recommended Their one chance was to get lost in the maze of canals But this was not to be Just ahead, the tight channel fed into an expansive waterway bustling with marine traffic The Grand Canal, Amy said with awe And there s the P [...]

    2. Anna on said:

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    3. Isa Cantos (Crónicas de una Merodeadora) on said:

      Una nueva historia de los hermanos hu rfanos Cahill en su b squeda de las 39 pistas que les permitir n obtener riqueza y poder ilimitados para dominar el mundo En Una Nota Falsa las pistas nos llevan a Viena, Salzburgo y Venecia de la mano de Mozart y posibles adivinanzas y misterios que dej mientras a n viv a, previendo esta enorme b squeda de la familia Cahill En esta entrega seguimos viendo lo despiadadas que son las diferentes ramas de la familia Cahill, pues har n literalmente todo lo que s [...]

    4. Daniel on said:

      Jedino to mogu da ka em svaka ast Herr Gordonu na upse nom prekopiranom stilu pisanja os Herr Rika Da nisam primetio da su druga iji pisci na naslovnicama ne bih ni znao da je neko drugi pisao Odli no.Sem toga nema puno, ako va se svidela prva knjiga svide e vam se i ova Skakutanje svetom u potrazi za tragovima koji e nas odvesti do velikog blaga Svi o e nagradu i svi igraju prljavo.Sa finom dozom akcije i komedije knjiga prosto proleti

    5. Chris on said:

      I had a hard time putting this one down This story kept me hopping and guessing what the next clue would be My biggest disappointment was that not all the Cahill relatives played a big part in this story I m anxious for the next one.

    6. Jelinas on said:

      I firmly believe that writing for kids should still reflect good writing Just because they re kids doesn t mean that you should throw in a bunch of explosions or fighting to keep them interested No, I believe that children, like adults, learn how to write from what they read I m not just talking about grammar, here I m talking about style, descriptions, expression the whole shebangbang.And the better the writing is now, the better it will be in the future, when today s kids grow up and write boo [...]

    7. Cathy on said:

      This is a really great adventure series centered around orphaned Amy 14 and Dan 11 Cahill There grandmother has died and set their family off on a world wide adventure to discover the 39 clues that will lead to a price that will grant enough wealth and power to possibly rule the world The kids are fresh and natural with each other and very personable The adventure are fast paced, almost like watching a movie The way the authors weave historical facts into the mystery makes it extremely education [...]

    8. librarian4Him02 on said:

      This is book 2 in the 39 Clues series When I finished book one, I wasn t sure if I wanted to continue on with the story Now that I m done with book 2, however, I have to know how the story ends The 39 clues lead to a prize which promises great fame for whoever solve the puzzle In this volume Amy and Dan Cahill are hot on the trail of clue number 2 Their search takes them to France, Salzburg, and finally to Venice all in search of famous places connected to the life of composer Wolfgang Amadeus M [...]

    9. Lucy Ghost on said:

      English review at bottom Quiero decir una sola cosa QUIERO IR A VENECIA 3 3 3 PD Dioses de Asgard, IAN I0ll just say one thing I WANNA GO TO VENICE PS gods in asgard, IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN

    10. Espen on said:

      Dan and Amy Cahill and they re o per Nelly found the first clue from Mozart The clue leads them Vienna Astraea They re brutal relatives are on they re tail Will they find the next clue, or will they walk into a deadly trap What does iron solute half to do with anything

    11. Ann on said:

      Another fun installment in the 39 CLUES series Here, in book two, author Gordon Korman takes the helm from Rick Riordan to steer the Cahill siblings toward their next destination and their next big clue.It s obvious that Korman and Riordan have different writing styles, and I admit it took me a few chapters to adjust, but once I did I ended up enjoying Korman s style quite a bit and felt he continued with the feel of the characters and the structure of the plot.Are the books literary masterpiece [...]

    12. Christina on said:

      One False Note picks up right where we left off in The Maze of Bones Dan and Amy head to Austria to find their next clues Their competitors make occasional appearances, all with their wealth, power and fame, but the two Cahills actually have the brains, so it s no surprise tabs are being kept on them I liked the creativeness of the clues of DHIC and the cake gateau business The next book looks like it packs another awesome adventure in Japan I am fascinated with where the story is heading Do all [...]

    13. Jessica on said:

      I usually don t like this kind of book, but this one is really good Even though it is in the mystery section, if you like adventure books, you should definetly read this series Sometimes it is a little confusing but I understand everything in a few minutes This is a fast paced book with an ongoing chase and lots of characters that I can t keep track of I recomend this book to anyone who likes everything I just described, even if you don t like what I just described you should read this book.

    14. Sam Whitehouse on said:

      The first book in the 39 Clues series was written by Rick Riordan and was full of his trademark action, fast pace and humour This, the second installment, doesn t deliver what Riordan s first offering did, but it is still an entertaining and twist filled adventure that develops this series well This installment follows on from Maze of Bones and continues the adventures of Dan and Amy as they hunt down the clues left to them by the grandmother which lead to an unknown treasure The premise is intr [...]

    15. Erin on said:

      Rick Riordan did a pretty bad job with the first book in this series, and Gordon Korman did nothing to try to fix Riordan s mistakes in this book Amy and Dan especially Amy were just as mean and annoying as ever If they re going to be main characters, can t they be kinder to each other The villains continued to be silly and foolish Why did it seem like they were always trailing behind Amy and Dan, spying on them, and not trying to figure out the clues themselves My favorite scene was probably wh [...]

    16. Krizia Anna on said:

      The plot gets really exciting You just have to read the next However, I did notice that Gordon Korman is milder than Rick Riordan, who is the author of the first book Amy and Dan had good breaks in this story than in the first one The other Cahills also seem to be tamer than i n the first story You wouldn t even feel that the second story was written by someone else Good work

    17. Lady Flo on said:

      I was confused when I reached the end while reading I thought second book isn t interesting as the first one, actually not interesting completely I even thought about giving 4 stars or less However, everything that was complicated till the middle of the book began to clear after that First Philadelphia, then Paris, Vienna, Salzburg, Venice Now it s time to travel to Tokyo _

    18. Student on said:

      Charles MorrisonAdvisory 2031 What did you think this book was about I think the book is about a family of powerful figures It is closely based on Amy and Dan Cahill, two orphans, who lost their parents in a house fire The reason I think this is because the book is almost always following what Dan and Amy are doing, like looking for clues, searching to find a place to hide I also think Dan and Amy are the two underdogs because they are just kids going up against celebrities, families and adults [...]

    19. Marla on said:

      In the same way that The Magic Treehouse teaches students about historical events and sites, 39 Clues seems to expose them to different geographical locations and historical events This book was about Mozart and his sister, Maria Anna Mozart or Nannerl The violence and constant stealing bothered me Though it was exciting and educational.Brings back fond memories of Venice with the interesting details.Likes Different countries Historical people and events Siblings working together view spoiler Ja [...]

    20. Ashley Carmichael on said:

      A good second installment, but not quite as compelling as the first The characters become a bit flat and obnoxious in their bickering if Amy calls her brother dweeb one time I might scream , not really seeming to have been affected by so many life and death situations, but still an interesting story.

    21. Jim Prevott on said:

      interesting series Two youngsters pursuing clues to a family legacy of great power and wealth competing with other family members who resort to neferious measures to gain the advantage.

    22. Jayson Manaois on said:

      The Kabras had money the Holts had muscles Irina had guile and training Alistair had experience and Jonah had fame Amy and Dan Cahill had their wits and little elsed NELLIE GOMEZ

    23. Luke Mich on said:

      Dan and amy are on a misiion to find the next clue through danger and adventure they find the next clue and find out they need to go to toyko

    24. Kayra Guven on said:

      This book was a lot of fun Amy and Dan are really great characters and you naturally want to root for them.

    25. Jeevan Nigam on said:

      I like this book because it was very descriptive so I could really picture the setting I also liked the cliff hanger ending to the book I also again liked the numerous cliff hangers throughout the book And I liked how it was a good book but you still learn some history from it I also liked that it was realistic so they had to take boats to get around Venice And how in this book they included a tie between different Cahills and their backstories, for example Mozart and Benjamin Franklin.

    26. Chris on said:

      The second book in the 39 clues series picked up right where the first one left off I was a little uneasy knowing that this was by a different author and not knowing anything about this author , but I was generally pleased with the tone, voice and general pacing of the story that was presented It made me wonder about the serialization of the story and how much control oversight gives to the various authors taking part I m sure has a general trajectory but I wonder if they provide the authors wit [...]

    27. Heather on said:

      I m going to give a generic review of the series Basically because I m lazy and don t want to write 39 reviews Okay, 11.We finally read Book 1 And then because we liked it so well, the entire series One son age 12 has read them all, the second son also age 12 is on Book 2 And son 3 age 8 will be starting as soon as he finishes his current book.I thought the premise of this book very interesting I loved how they integrated history and geography along with problem solving skills and code cracking [...]

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