Young Llama Thoughts
This is a good book, though it’s not one of my favorites. Personally, I like more adventure and action (basically sci-fi) than home town mysteries. I did like it, but it did take me two weeks to read because I just wasn’t interested.
I have read Nancy Drew before, and I did sort-of enjoy them; but they never were my favorites. The books are clean though, and very youth-appropriate, though more for girls than boys. Again, I really don’t know what you read, but I’m probably an unusual girl and I read more of sci-fi, adventure, and fantasy. Also it is Nancy Drew, a series mostly read by girls, so I’m guessing most boys won’t really want to read it.
This series and this first book is about a young woman solving mysteries and fighting crime. There are probably fifty books in the series (though I’ve only read maybe ten). In this one, she goes on a mini adventure to find a lost will before it’s to late.
Over all, this is a good book and I do suggest it, it’s just not very… thrilling to me. Personally, I think it needs more action and adventure or humor. But hey, maybe there’s more of that in the later books.
- Mystery, adventure, ahhhhh… exciting? (I don’t know, it’s good let’s just go with that)
- It’s not really… an action filled book?
The Secret of the Old Clock is the mystery that began it all for America’s favorite teenaged slueth. The accidental rescue of a little girl who lives with her two great-aunts leads to an adventurous search for a missing will.