Sunday, July 24, 2016
Hardy Boys #176 In Plane Sight, #177 Psychic's Vision, and #178 Black Rhino
On page 4, Frank and Joe reflect that they had "been dating Iola Morton and Callie Shaw for a long time." Yeah, for around 75 years!
This book also introduced too many characters too quickly, so I kept getting confused. Aside from that, this book is exciting and I greatly enjoyed it.
This is a rather bizarre Hardy Boys story, for obvious reasons. It's rather odd for a Hardy Boys story to use psychic ability in the plot and to have a psychic reveal information that would have been impossible to acquire otherwise. If it's that easy, why haven't the Hardys used psychics all along?
While I greatly enjoyed this story, I don't like it as a Hardy Boys book.
In Hardy Boys #178, The Mystery of the Black Rhino, Frank, Joe, and Fenton travel to Kenya to fight against the illegal killing of wild animals.
This book bored me at first, but later, I found it interesting. Overall though, this book is just average and nothing special.