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Deathgame Hardy Boys Casefiles #7

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Ng site for an elite corps of attack troops led by a shadowy strongman named Hammerlock Suddenly the brothers are trapped in a real life struggle for survival against the toughest enemy they've ever had to fac. When I first read Hardy Boys I think I was in class 5 I had such a crush on Frank Hardy I liked the brainy one over the brawny one and that sums up my first impression of Hardy Boys In their late teens Frank and Joe Hardy take after their detective father Fenton Hardy Frank is the older of the two and has breakthroughs in the cases because he is the brainy one Joe is the younger brother who often than not is useful when things get hot and they need to fight their way outLike Nancy Drew the books in the The Hardy Boys series re written by ghostwriters under the collective pseudonym Franklin W Dixon And yes the earlier books were better than the latter ones

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Survival is never child's playWhere is Biff Hooper The Hardy's friend secretly went off to a survival game camp in Georgia and never came back But before leaving he did tell Joe So when Orville Brand the camp. I it is a good adventure

Franklin W. Dixon ´ 5 review

Director claims Biff was never there the Hardy boys suspect foul playUnder cover of darkness Frank and Joe break into the camp grounds To their amazement they find the Ultimo Survival Camp is actually a traini. far far better than Nancy Drew loving these books so much

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 160
  • Deathgame Hardy Boys Casefiles #7
  • Franklin W. Dixon
  • English
  • 13 September 2017
  • 9780671626488

About the Author: Franklin W. Dixon

Franklin W Dixon is the pen name used by a variety of different authors Leslie McFarlane a Canadian author being the first who wrote The Hardy Boys novels for the Stratemeyer Syndicate now owned by Simon & Schuster This pseudonym was also used for the Ted Scott Flying Stories series



10 thoughts on “Deathgame Hardy Boys Casefiles #7

  1. says:

    Another entry in the Hardy Boys seriesWhen a friend of the Hardys an aficionado of survival paintball type games goes to a camp catering to such folks he disappears The Hardys investigate and discover that it's a front for recruiting mercenaries Then they wind up on the wrong side of the most dangerous gameNot bad but not really Hardy esue

  2. says:

    I it is a good adventure

  3. says:

    Its The Most Dangerous Game before I knew that existed Without a doubt its derivative but it was still a very competent thriller and actually gave some good information on survival tactics should you ever find yourself hunted by a mildly psychotic heavily armed mercenary

  4. says:

    one hell of an epic thriller

  5. says:

    far far better than Nancy Drew loving these books so much

  6. says:

    I loved this book I picked it up at a second hand book store and read it very uickly This book is super exciting and suspenseful

  7. says:

    Ohhh I really loved this Hardy Boys book I don't know any other way to express it Even though there were some parts that were uite slow and boring what I enjoyed most about this Hardy Boys book was the brotherly love between our favorite brothers Frank and Joe God it was so amazing it made me smile I also enjoyed the humor added between them view spoilerHe was still brooding about Frank If Joe survived this thing and Frank didn't how would he explain it to their parents? He imagined his mother fighting back tears Joe's own eyes began to sting and fill He uickly blinked back the tears before the others could see them hide spoiler

  8. says:

    Ok this isn't a specific review of the books There are uite a few hardy boys books and I read them over a period of several years but that was around 30 35 years ago now Some I remember clearly and I will be specific about those at the end of this part of the review This section is really an overview of the series Franklin w Dixon was of course a syndicate name A name used over many years on the hardy boys books My father read them during the fifties they started during the forties and by the end of the the 1980's I'd collected a full set up to around number 90 along with the first 25 or so casefiles books They were enjoyable books Fairly simple but generally well written mysteries They followed a basic pattern The hardy boys father would either disappear working on a case or go off to work a case the boys would get involved in a curious but not terribly threatening mystery in which they and their friends would regularly be captured escape repeat as needed They would end with the boys in danger and then their father would turn up save them and reveal they had both been working the same case There are variations on the pattern of course and don't get me wrong I'm not knocking the familiar tropes of the series that's what made these books fun to read Some books were brilliant some weaker but I rarely read one that was poor All were well written by the various authors behind the dixon nameNow I'm going to digress for a moment I had a problem with kids books when I was a kid They weren't very exciting But there was a reason that I felt this In the 1970's through really up until the Harry Potter phenomenon in the late 1990's be thankful for Rowling as her success has paved the way for the brilliant children's book landscape we now have children's books were fairly tame I was spoiled when I was young I love a TV show called doctor who It began in the UK in 1963 and from 1973 fans of the show had the target doctor who books These were adaptations of the TV stories I started reading them at the age of 7 They spoiled kids books for me Why? Because they were full of death Characters actually died there was genuine threat with those books Most kids literature at this period didn't do that So I found myself reading adult books from the age of 12 Jack Higgins Ian Fleming Alistair maclean Agatha Christie and I still read kids books the hardy boys were a favourite of my father's so I happily read them It's odd but I probably read kids books now than i did as a kid The kids books then were tame They could be fun but tameThe hardy boys series was the same Fun but tame Exciting but not threatening Not really The books tried to address this with the hardy boys casefiles Slightly adult with greater threat But by then I drifted away from new hardy boys books onto other things but I have a great affection for the seriesAnd that's what this review is about It's to give those wanting to try these books a idea of what to expect The stories are fast paced Normally featuring an intriguing mystery Female characters can be a bit weak especially in the early books but that's a sign of when they were written There's action humour and ghosts smugglers and lots of intriguing mystery all resolved well The ghosts are always explained and the bad guys always caught The hardy boys books are nostalgic fun I spent many years enjoying them and have very fond memories of them

  9. says:

    When I first read Hardy Boys I think I was in class 5 I had such a crush on Frank Hardy I liked the brainy one over the brawny one and that sums up my first impression of Hardy Boys In their late teens Frank and Joe Hardy take after their detective father Fenton Hardy Frank is the older of the two and has breakthroughs in the cases because he is the brainy one Joe is the younger brother who often than not is useful when things get hot and they need to fight their way outLike Nancy Drew the books in the The Hardy Boys series re written by ghostwriters under the collective pseudonym Franklin W Dixon And yes the earlier books were better than the latter ones

  10. says:

    After their friend Biff goes missing while attending survival camp Frank and Joe decide to find him only to learn that there is peril to this camp than meets the eye Dixon will have readers glued to the pages with this entry

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