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Offline Bigfootman

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The Borderline Case
« on: September 10, 2008, 06:53:53 PM »
In the search for the best casefile, I think I have found the answer to the qustion "what is the best Hardy Boys book?" Here's my review of the Borderline case:

Writing: In my opion, the Borderline Case's writing can't be beat. Even the first book in the OP trilogy can't beat it. It was amazing, no other way to desribe it.

Myistery: Battling Terriosts, while helping a top secret agnecy, in Greece= awsome book

Supsects: You perty much know who the bad guys are, but some qustions aren't answered until the last chapter, making me read on. Besides, it's ok to know who the bad guy is as long as there's a good plot

Action: This is super easy: the book is filled with action! From being held hostage, to being in a gun fight, Frank and Joe neaver have a dull moment. Even in the first chapter the get into a fight!

Reread Value: You will want to read this 10 times before going to the next book.



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Re: The Borderline Case
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2008, 08:46:59 AM »
Last time that I read The Borderline Case was back in 1996.
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Re: The Borderline Case
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2008, 12:38:41 PM »
Sounds great! I'm hoping to get it by the end of the year.