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Terror on Tour

Terror on Tour So Joe what do you make of ATAC sending us on a mission without telling us what we re supposed to be looking for Frank it s Rockapazooma Who cares We can handle this I don t know So George are yo

  • Title: Terror on Tour
  • Author: Carolyn Keene Franklin W. Dixon
  • ISBN: 9781416927266
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Paperback
  • So, Joe, what do you make of ATAC sending us on a mission without telling us what we re supposed to be looking for Frank, it s Rockapazooma Who cares We can handle this I don t know So, George, are you coming to Rockapazooma with me, or what How could I miss a chance to see my fave band, Lethal Injection, live Even Bess wants in But we re only going on one c So, Joe, what do you make of ATAC sending us on a mission without telling us what we re supposed to be looking for Frank, it s Rockapazooma Who cares We can handle this I don t know So, George, are you coming to Rockapazooma with me, or what How could I miss a chance to see my fave band, Lethal Injection, live Even Bess wants in But we re only going on one condition If a case crops up, you ll leave it to one of the security guards Just this once, Nancy So we can actually listen to the music Where s the mystery in that One rock concert One big crime.Three of the best teen detectives of all time.

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    1. Carolyn Keene Franklin W. Dixon

      Carolyn Keene is a writer pen name that was used by many different people both men and women over the years The company that was the creator of the Nancy Drew series, the Stratemeyer Syndicate, hired a variety of writers For Nancy Drew, the writers used the pseudonym Carolyn Keene to assure anonymity of the creator.Edna and Harriet Stratemeyer inherited the company from their father Edward Stratemeyer Edna contributed 10 plot outlines before passing the reins to her sister Harriet It was Mildred Benson aka Mildred A Wirt , who breathed such a feisty spirit into Nancy s character Mildred wrote 23 of the original 30 Nancy Drew Mystery Stories , including the first three It was her characterization that helped make Nancy an instant hit The Stratemeyer Syndicate s devotion to the series over the years under the reins of Harriet Stratemeyer Adams helped to keep the series alive and on store shelves for each succeeding generation of girls and boys In 1959, Harriet, along with several writers, began a 25 year project to revise the earlier Carolyn Keene novels The Nancy Drew books were condensed, racial stereotypes were removed, and the language was updated In a few cases, outdated plots were completely rewritten.Other writers of Nancy Drew volumes include Harriet herself, she wrote most of the series after Mildred quit writing for the Syndicate and in 1959 began a revision of the first 34 texts The role of the writer of Carolyn Keene passed temporarily to Walter Karig who wrote three novels during the Great Depression Also contributing to Nancy Drew s prolific existence were Leslie McFarlane, James Duncan Lawrence, Nancy Axelrod, Priscilla Doll, Charles Strong, Alma Sasse, Wilhelmina Rankin, George Waller Jr and Margaret Scherf.

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    1. I got this because I wanted to see how Nancy, Frank and Joe would be like together in a book. One of my favorite TV shows, Hardy Boys Nancy Drew Mysteries, had a few collab episodes and I really liked that concept so I was excited to start this. I am so disappointed. Reasons Why I am Disappointed: 1. Joe - he was the worst. He was the annoying youngest kid in the group, jumping around and getting excited about a heavy metal band (who performs fake murder scenes at the ends of all their live show [...]


    2. This book is SO good. This is the first in the series of Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys are working together on any case they happen to get involved. The characters aren't as old fashioned as in the original Hardy Boys or Nancy Drew,they're more like today's modern teens. The Hardy Boys are also spies in a secret organization and now have a lot more personality.


    3. Always been a huge fan of both Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys. love how they have incorporated both sets of characters into the one story plot.


    4. This book is a thrilling, action packed, and mysterious adventure that three best friends go on with thier new friends from a seceret agentcey for teen crime fighters. Nancy Drew one of the protaganists, and her best friends Bess and George (who are cousions) are all going to a meaga concert called Rackapazooma! On the other hand the to two teen crime agents Joe and Frank (more protagonists)the Hardy boys are investigating a mission they have there to try and stop something big that might go dow [...]


    5. You can't get any better than putting Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys together. I absolutely LOVE these super mysteries.




    6. Terror on Tour was an epic fail. There are no other words for it. This failed on every level imaginable. The characters? They all came across as selfish, uptight jerks. Nancy seemed like an know-it-all bitchy wannabe. Frank was a party-pooper. Joe simply an egotistical douchebag. George was a jealous twit. The only characters that were tolerable were Bess and Ned, both of who were barely in the book at all anyway.The writing? Overly simplistic and devoid of descriptions. Dull. Boring. Lame. The [...]


    7. Though the first book was definitely the best book in the series, I really enjoyed getting to read about my three favorite detectives working together!


    8. I've been rediscovering my love for these books this summer. Both Nancy and the Hardys were a huge part of my childhood, and I will always have a soft spot for their slightly cheesy adventures. I was a little suspicious about this newer brand of Super Mystery because I remember reading a newer ND title years ago and being thoroughly disappointed with its cop-out ending. Luckily, this book, at least, had a worthwhile mystery for them, even if it was a bit over-the-top. BUT! NANCY! AND THE HARDYS! [...]


    9. Review originally posted on Bitten Books and given 3½ stars.As much as I adore these detectives, this book definitely wasn't one of my favorites. I love the new ND and HB series (Nancy Drew Girl Detective and Undercover Brothers) but this book was a tough read for me. The interactions between the two groups seemed forced so I didn't care for the dialogue. Then the actual case solving frustrated me as well. I don't think there was a single instance where Nancy or Frank/Joe didn't get caught snoo [...]


    10. [close:] "So, Joe, what do you make of ATAC sending us on a mission without telling us what we're supposed to be looking for?""Frank, it's Rockapazooma! Who cares? We can handle this.""I don't know.""So, George, are you coming to Rockapazooma with me, or what?""How could I miss a chance to see my fave band, Lethal Injection, live? Even Bess wants in. But we're only going on one condition: If a case crops up, you'll leave it to one of the security guards. Just this once, Nancy? So we can actually [...]


    11. n 'Terror on Tour', Frank and Joe are sent by ATAC to an all-day rock concert. There will be lots of bands and lots of people. ATAC tells Frank and Joe that something is going down but they don't know what. It's up to the Hardy Boys to both figure out what's going down and to stop it before the day ends. It seems almost mission impossible. It would be except for a chance encounter with Nancy Drew and her friends Ned, George and Bess. Good use of all three detectives in one mysterious mystery.


    12. I thought Terror on Tour was an amazing mystery full of surprises. I enjoyed how the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew both worked together. Throughout the book, many people encountered the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew but in the end they finally knew who was guilty. The tour they went to was crowded and full of people so it was amazing how they found the person that had murdered the singer. Great Book!! :))


    13. When i saw the combination of hardy boys and nancy drew i got the nostalgic feeling and thats why bought it as it was the first book, introduction and understanding each others character took time the mystery wasnt that great but you feel good reading these books coz u grew with it my rating is 3 stars not more. i hope the second installment will be great.


    14. It is about going to a very famous concert and to find out the lady singer is in grave danger. the hardy boys go to find out what they can do. nancy goes there for fun and meets the hardy boys. the guys dont want nancy to know they are on a mission, but nancy gets the info out of them of course.


    15. I always like it when Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys collaborate with each other .I t makes books twice as fun to read. It was in this book where I began to think that Frank had some feelings for Nancy, which was proved by some other interactions between them.


    16. I didn't like that Frank, Joe, and Nancy don't know each other yet since they knew each other in the previous super mysteries series.






    17. The Hady Boys and nancy Drew, with her besties Bess and George seems fun, was fun ^.^


    18. This was the best book in the world it was full of action and suspense this was the best book in the world. But nancy Ruined it Lol just kidding




    19. This one was one of my least favorites because the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew didn't know eachother yet but that was before I figured out it was the first book in the series.




    20. It really failed to live up to the 80s/90s books. Frank was too boring, Joe too dumb, and Nancy too ditzy. They failed miserably with this one.


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