One False Note is an exciting adventure novel written by Gordan Korman. The book is the 2nd volume in The 39 Clues young adult series. Picking up the story left by the 1st book, Amy and Dan Cahill have discovered the truth about Mozart. The two young siblings then travel to Vienna, Austria in pursue of the second clue in the 39 Clues competition.
You can find the other books in The 39 Clues series here.
Cover and Details of One False Note (PDF)
- Title: One False Note
- Author: Gordan Korman
- Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
- Date Published: December 1, 2008
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0545060427
- ISBN-13: 9780545060424
Summary of the Book
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.
Reviews of One False Note
Following Rick Riordan’s first book in the projected 10-title series, The Maze of Bones, Gordon Korman has written the second installment (Scholastic, 2008) about Amy and Dan Cahill’s quest for the 39 clues left by their deceased wealthy and eccentric grandmother who has promised to reward the winner with unimaginable riches. Those unfamiliar with the first book will miss out on some of the past history, but there is enough background given here…A lot of historical information is presented about Venice, Mozart, Marie Antoinette, and more. —School Library Journal
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