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Extreme Danger (Hardy Boys: Undercover Brothers, No. 1) Paperback – June 1, 2005
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This story has the Boys investigating the sabotaging of an Extreme Sports meet in Philadelphia. Suspicious accidents and even a murder are centered around the meet and it's up to Frank and Joe to find out who is behind them! There's plenty of exciting adventure and mystery to be had in the course of the investigation.
Many of the characters from the older stories show up here: Mr. & Mrs. Hardy and, of course, Aunt Gertrude who is now called Aunt Trudy. Naturally, it wouldn't be a Hardy Boys story unless Chet Morton showed up and he makes a cameo appearance late in the story.
I enjoyed this story and if it is a sign of things to come, the new series should be a hit!
Are you a kind of a person who really loves action or wants to do crazy stuff like go on a parachute that wont inflate and almost killing yourself. There are two main characters Joe and Frank. Frank is the dare devil and Joe is lazy. My dads name is Joe and my uncle name is Frank. Frank is the lazy one and my dad is the daredevil. This book has nonstop action. SO read the undercover brothers book and I guarantee you will enjoy this book.
However, the Undercover Brothers series will shock any parent looking for some clean, enjoyable reading material for their children. Frank and Joe deal with murder in nearly every book. They are disrespectful and lie to their elders, flirt continuously, and use potty language. The plots are pretty action-packed, with definitely more hair-raising advntures and stickier situations than the originals. To me, though, the great action doesn't outweigh the books' questionable content. Do you really want your 12-year-old shouting "Rat poop!" just like Frank and Joe?
The Undercover Brothers books completely ditch the innocence and clean fun of the originals, not to mention the disconnect from reality- Fank and Joe are now members of a super-secret teen spy/detective organization started by their father, they recieve self-destroying 'missions' that deal with often-ridiculous and poorly-researched settings, and their mother and aunt know nothing about any of it- not to mention calling Aunt Gertrude "Trudy"! These books are a stain on the Hardy Boys' name- not worth reading for adults and certainly not appropriate for children.
This is a great read for kids - anyone older will notice the cliches and stereotypes in the text, such as the lack of depth in almost all of the side characters.
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this book is awwwwssommm you will be on the edg of your seat the whole time i know i was and dont listen to the guy who says compleat trash becuas he is wrong this searies... Read morePublished on December 10, 2013 by Amazon Customer
it is a very good boke and it had great contennt. it was a very eXstream bookand the first in the new series if you like the hardy boys you will love it, if this is the first book... Read morePublished on June 16, 2013 by Chris Y Norwood