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One False Note by Gordon Korman
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Dec 07, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: fiction, mystery, series-reminder, young-adult

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 educational (even for us "learned" adults) but in a very fun way. Plus, the adventure continues into the real world with physical clues, a computer site and the chance to win a lot of money. I would recommend this series to anyone who enjoys YA adventures and especially for reluctant readers.
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