The House On The Cliff
  • The House On The Cliff
  • The House On The Cliff
  • The House On The Cliff
  • The House On The Cliff
  • The House On The Cliff
ISBN: 0448089025
EAN13: 9780448089027
Language: English
Pages: 180
Dimensions: 0.8" H x 7.5" L x 4.8" W
Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Format: Hardcover

The House On The Cliff

Book #2 in the Hardy-guttene Series
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When I was a young boy, I was given the whole series of these books and read them non-stop until I finished the series. When I saw that they were available on Kindle, I decided to read a few of them for nostalgia. The brothers are the sons of a private detective, but do their sleuthing on their own. The only drawback is price. You can find these at local yard sales and buy them in groups of five or six for a dollar. Maybe not as convenient as Kindle, but a heck of a lot cheaper.
   The Hardy Boys
One of my absolute favorite series of the books is : I read the entire series when I was a child and had the books in a hardcover, but got lost when I grew up and moved. I am so glad that Amazon had this series included in the Kindle edition, so that I can read the adventures of Joe and Frank Hardy again. Thank you, Mr. Dixon, for writing such a classic and timeless series of children. It will forever be one of my favorite books and the reason I read so much.
   If you're going to read one, this is it
There are so many good books out there for this age group, by so many different authors, in so many different styles, that I think it is unlikely that there will ever be a series that monopolizes the market or the attention of the young readers that it can last for 50 or 60 books. Harry Potter has probably pushed the outer limit for length and number of volumes. I'm therefore inclined to provide samples from some of the old series to my young readers. For Hardy Boys - starters, this particular title seems to stand as the most recognizable best. Best property, best atmosphere, best setting, most danger, best kept cliffs, abandoned houses, boats, water, criminals - it all has it. If you don 't already have a couple of Hardy Boys books around the house and you want to have some available, this is a great place to start.
   A Great Mystery
I read this book for the first time when I was twelve years old and it was one of many Hardy Boys I read. Unfortunately, in my youth, I read the version of the 1960s, but this version, written in the 1920s, is much better. I think the most interesting thing about this book is that a lot of problems that today's parents-politicians complain about are the main theme in this story. Without giving away the storyline, it has drug trafficking, gangs, crime, violence and murder. I guess it goes to show that the good old days were not always what they seem to be. A nice bonus for this book is that for those who always wanted to know about Franklin W. Dixon, a very brief biography is presented.
   Another book I relished as a child
Fake - ghosts, car chases, getting captured and escaping, all the things I loved when reading these books as a child. I read the entire series as a kid and loved it. It chronicles two brothers and their adventures as they solve mysteries of all imaginable types. I learned as an adult that Franklin W Dixon was a pen name used by several different authors, but the series had some great stories. I still enjoy a good mystery ''. Paul Buckner, author of From Broke to Broker, and other stories of financial freedom.
I suppose that the generation gap got me on this one. So swells.
   Great book!
The world was then much better than today! Kids are playing and not staying on screens all day long! Haha, there is no doubt about it.
   Clean Adventures
My 6.5 year old son Been read these to my young son. An adventurous boy's best fear is just enough! Very pure and very clean. Expands the vocabulary!
A lot of these has a kid, reading again as an adult. Book 3 is now starting...
   Not as great as the first book.
I am a kid in 4th grade and this book is not about a house on a cliff. There are a lot of very difficult words for young children and is not like the first book.