Book Review: One False Note

One False Note
The 39 Clues #2
by Rick Riordan

My rating: 4 / 5
Genre: Children’s mystery, adventure

Through the canals of Venice Amy and Dan Cahill race to find the next of the 39 clues that lead to untold power—and to stay alive. The Cahills may be the most powerful, influential family in history, but they’re also the most deadly.

I enjoyed this book a little more than the previous. It’s probably mostly due to the story already being in progress, whereas the previous one had to start the train going. I feel like there’s a little less cut-and-dry logic to some of what they’re solving and the clues they get, which kind of bothers the escape room enthusiast in me. But I’m liking the series so far and looking forward to continuing it.

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