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Great books, especially the older ones. Whenever I see an old one, especially with a dust jacket, I’ll buy it. I’m 20 and I still love reading them. I’m hoping to someday have the entire collection of brown cover books with DJ’s.
this is a good book if you like suspense
the casefiles are the best of them all.
The original book was made in 1927
And still do. They are great for older boys too.
I read these to my boys when they were in 6 and 8 and they loved them!
IM A GIRL BUT LIKE THESE ALOT
I FIRST READ THE HOUSE ON THE CLIFF AND WAS SCARED SILLY, BUT THEN I WAS SEVEN…
i like number 11.while the clock ticked
look at your local library for the hardy boys undercover brothers its better than the normal ones
I’m well on my way to reading them all. Great mystery stories. Like the ones with Chet those are the best. No PG-13 violence or language. Two sum it up, “Good old fashion, mystery solving, cliff-hanging adventure.”
I like what I have read in the series.
best ever beats harey potter
Gasp! My heart stops at this idea! How can you say such a thing?! : ) P.S. Just joking but I do disagree.
These books are very exiting and fun to read; if you like exiting and adventure books then you would enjoy these books…. but i would like to tell you that these books don,t use killing or guns at all, if you are interested in hardy boy books that are more realistic, then you should read the HARDY BOYS CASE FILES.(look it up online or on ebay
i would like to rephrase that part i said about killing and instead say that the books don,t use deaths or to much violence except fist fights
I noticed that.
There are no words to dercsibe how bodacious this is.