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Rick lives with his family in San Antonio, Texas. He has written more than books for young readers in many different genres. He currently lives in New York City. Gordon Korman is the author of The 39 Clues Book 2: The Emperor's Code. Gordon has written more than sixty books for kids and young adults, including Zoobreak, Swindle, and Son of the Mob, as well as the On the Run series and the Island, Everest, Dive, and Kidnapped trilogies.
Amy and Dan then travel to Rome where Atticus and his half-brother, Jake , give them a tour of the place. Dan soon finds out that the snakes in Caravaggio's "Medusa" is a map of the tunnels in the Colosseum, with the spot where two snakes bite each other as the "X". In the tunnels, they find DaVinci's "Medusa" shield, which Caravaggio based his painting on, and the original copy of a book by Marco Polo called "Il Millione" The Million , which the Vespers were looking for.
After an argument with the Rosenblooms which leads to Jake alerting the police, the siblings steal the manuscript and flee. Later, Atticus sends a message saying that Interpol is after them. After searching the whole factory, they don't find the hostages but are able to get some chargers for the DeOssie phone. On the way out, Hamilton accidentally triggers a trap by shaking a vending machine, which blows up the entire factory. Dan and Amy finally go to give Vesper One the real painting at the drop-off, which is at a circus.
At the circus, the painting is stolen by a female trapeze artist working for Vesper One right before the stadium has a blackout. As they exit the building, Dan and Amy see the acrobat dying on the sidewalk.
After asking her who had wounded her on her neck, she replies, "Bruciato" which means 'burned' in Italian, meaning Vesper One has a burn on his arm.
As Amy is about to hail a taxi, they receive another text message with a photo of the hostages from Vesper One, who now tells them to go to Lucerne, Switzerland and that the hostages will only be freed after they complete a few more tasks for him. In the last chapter, it is revealed that Vesper One was posing as a taxi driver and was driving the cab Amy had been about to hail.
Back Cover One by one, distress calls start coming in from around the globe. Cahills are being kidnapped by a shadowy group known only as the Vespers. Now Amy and Dan have just days to fulfill a bizarre ransom request or their captured friends will start dying.
Amy and Dan don't know what the Vespers want or how to stop them. Thirteen-year-old Dan Cahill and his older sister, Amy, thought they belonged to the world's most powerful family.
They thought the hunt for the 39 Clues leading to the source of that power was over. It is set in the year of , when the Black Death was abound, and a third of the European population had been claimed.
Cahill allows Vesper to use his, Cahill's, ancestral island as a retreat from the plague. This proves to be a problem because Vesper wants Cahill's serum, which he made to help cure the plague. Vesper, however, wants it for the purposes of power.
Cahill gives each of his children a quarter of the serum and tells them to flee the island. During the night, before they can leave, Vesper comes in search of the serum; but Cahill sets off an explosion in his laboratory.
The house is set on fire, yet all four of Gideon's children: Luke, Jane, Thomas, and Katherine; plus his wife, Olivia, survive. The children quickly begin blaming each other for the fire and leave in two separate groups: Luke and Jane, and Thomas and Katherine. This leaves Olivia alone, and she vows to re-unite the family, with the help of her unborn daughter, Madeleine. Madeleine Cahill, [ edit ] Madeleine Cahill runs from home after the Vespers arrive and kill her mother.
She finds Luke and becomes a governess to his son. However, when Luke inquires as he had found her ring, which had once belonged to Gideon , she reveals that she is his sister. Luke, however, refuses to believe her, as he had heard similar claims before, and believes her to be working with Vesper, and orders her beheading in the morning. Madeleine escapes, and attempts to find the ring aware of its "dark past".
Luke finds Vesper, who now has the ring, and attacks him, attempting to avenge his father. He fails, however, and is presumably killed.
His son finds a note nearby: Beware the Madrigals. Grace Cahill, [ edit ] Grace, a thirteen-year-old girl, troubled with raising baby Fiske, the disappearance of her father James, and the death of her mother Edith, receives a Morse code transmission telling her to go to Casablanca, to find General George S.
Patton, leader of Operation Torch, to find Gideon's ring in "bulls-eye". Concluding that General Patton is a Cahill, Grace sneaks out of her home to deliver the message herself.
She meets a pilot named Drago, and rides his plane "Olga" to Casablanca.