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The Medusa Plot by Gordon Korman
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Feb 15, 12

Read from February 09 to 14, 2012

This book was a great addition to the 39 Clues series. Korman makes sure there is a lot of action, humor, and suspense in this new installment of the series. As with all of the other books, Amy and Dan Cahill are faced with new obstacles and must face those who stand in their way. In this book, the new antagonist is Vesper One, a mysterious and menacing new opponent in the search for....the Cahills aren't really sure what they're searching for. It's through Vesper One's tasks for Dan and Amy to accomplish that the Cahills begin to piece together the direction Vesper One may be taking. New characters are introduced, such as Evan, Amy's love interest, and Atticus, Dan's new and brainy younger friend. Both of these new characters add to the plot and (as Korman seems to foreshadow) may become even more important in later books. In true 39 Clues fashion, this book ends with the reader wanting more. Onto A King's Ransom next!
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02/09/2012 page 98
44.0%
02/10/2012 page 158
71.0% "Great progress made in reading workshop today. I was able to get through a few chapters and they all had loads of action in them! Can't wait to read more tonight and over the weekend."
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