Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Hardy Boys #92 Shadow Killers, #93 Serpent's Tooth Mystery, and #94 Breakdown in Axelblade
This book never really had my interest. In the beginning, the boys discuss how difficult a certain opponent will be and how he plays dirty. The reader hasn't met this person yet, so the discussion is boring. It's always better for an author to show the reader than explain to the reader. I didn't care.
The text spends a lot of time with information that isn't that interesting.
The book is okay but nothing special. I did not care for it.
When the story involves danger to someone important to the protagonists, the story is much more interesting. It's very important that the Hardys find out who is responsible for the theft so that Phil can be cleared.
This book is pretty exciting, and I read it quickly. I was a little bored at the end, like I often am when the obligatory question-and-answer session occurs. Aside from that part, this is an excellent book.
This book is interesting from the very start. The residents of this town are quite hostile. The boys finally find one ally, but otherwise, everyone seems to hate them. Their van is set on fire. The boys are beat up. They are even framed for a crime they did not commit.
This is an excellent book with no boring parts. I loved it.