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Publisher's Summary

Something is not right in Bayport. After a series of unfortunate (yet harmless) pranks, it looks like Frank and Joe have caught their suspect surprisingly early. Their classmate, Seth Diller, has taken his love of filmmaking a bit too far. But shortly after Frank and Joe confront Seth, there are fresh outbreaks of Seth-like pranks. Except these aren't as harmless. After a bit of investigating, the Hardy Boys uncover evidence of the Red Arrow - a group that will stop at nothing to bring chaos and crime to Bayport's peaceful existence.
In the most dangerous case they have ever taken on, it's up to Frank and Joe to find the Red Arrow - before it finds them first.
©2013 Aladdin (P)2015 Oasis Audio
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By Jay S. on 02-18-18

Jarring

What did you like best about Secret of the Red Arrow? What did you like least?

It's hard to imagine that this was written by the same author as the original series. My son and I have been listening to the first 5 books of the original series and they have all the charm of 1950's America in a small town. The modern references in this book were jarring and The made up story about how the Hardy Boys cant practice "sleuthing" anymore seems contrived and unlikely. Too many people were suing them? Really. And what happened to their dad? He is writing books now and retired as well?

Would you recommend Secret of the Red Arrow to your friends? Why or why not?

No, not really.

Was Secret of the Red Arrow worth the listening time?

No

Any additional comments?

Listen, I love this author but it really seems he should have quit while he was ahead. I don't want to hear about Jo watching his phone too much or uploading you-Tube videos. The original serious was great, just leave the Hardy Boys In Pleasantville!

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By N. Evans on 01-25-18

Good clean reading<br />

This book was interesting and funny. The Hardy boys do not stop, mysteries need solving.

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