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Are you up for a thrilling adventure? When twelve year old Joe Mitchell, along with his two younger sisters, visits Smugglers Cove for the summer holidays, they get caught up in a thrilling adventure that is beyond their wildest imagination. Follow the children as they flee down a river, are chased by ferocious dogs, locked up in an old manor, get lost at sea, expose a spy Are you up for a thrilling adventure? When twelve year old Joe Mitchell, along with his two younger sisters, visits Smugglers Cove for the summer holidays, they get caught up in a thrilling adventure that is beyond their wildest imagination. Follow the children as they flee down a river, are chased by ferocious dogs, locked up in an old manor, get lost at sea, expose a spy, and more!


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Are you up for a thrilling adventure? When twelve year old Joe Mitchell, along with his two younger sisters, visits Smugglers Cove for the summer holidays, they get caught up in a thrilling adventure that is beyond their wildest imagination. Follow the children as they flee down a river, are chased by ferocious dogs, locked up in an old manor, get lost at sea, expose a spy Are you up for a thrilling adventure? When twelve year old Joe Mitchell, along with his two younger sisters, visits Smugglers Cove for the summer holidays, they get caught up in a thrilling adventure that is beyond their wildest imagination. Follow the children as they flee down a river, are chased by ferocious dogs, locked up in an old manor, get lost at sea, expose a spy, and more!

30 review for The Mystery of Smugglers Cove

  1. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    I decided this year that it might be fun to reread certain books with a adult head on my shoulders, like the Secret Seven and the Famous Five as examples but thought I'd start out with a unknown book to me, The Smugglers Cove. This is a fab book if you are under ten years old, it's full of adventures, friendships and close calls. To be honest it was a good read as a one off however I've realised that there isn't a lot of fun in rereading these kind of books, I've unfortunately lost my innocence a I decided this year that it might be fun to reread certain books with a adult head on my shoulders, like the Secret Seven and the Famous Five as examples but thought I'd start out with a unknown book to me, The Smugglers Cove. This is a fab book if you are under ten years old, it's full of adventures, friendships and close calls. To be honest it was a good read as a one off however I've realised that there isn't a lot of fun in rereading these kind of books, I've unfortunately lost my innocence and without that the story felt flat. Four stars though, if I was 30 years younger I'd be raving about this book!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tweety

    Well, I have never been so surprised by a children's book before. At first I thought it was just a pretty good book. But about half way through a stunning twist had me on the edge of my seat and coming to the conclusion that as good as Enid Blyton was she would never have had such a twist. Most of the children's books I have read were black and white. This one was not so. Of course good wins, but it was the fact that not all the characters where perfectly good or bad that was so different. And Well, I have never been so surprised by a children's book before. At first I thought it was just a pretty good book. But about half way through a stunning twist had me on the edge of my seat and coming to the conclusion that as good as Enid Blyton was she would never have had such a twist. Most of the children's books I have read were black and white. This one was not so. Of course good wins, but it was the fact that not all the characters where perfectly good or bad that was so different. And I truly appreciated that each of the children had a part not just the boys or just the girls. I didn't think I would ever find an Author who could bring me back to Enid Blyton's time. But Paul Moxham not only did, he made an entirely new story that fascinated me. I think this is a great story to read aloud to kid about 7-10, though by ten they'll probably, ( I hope ) read it on their own. I hope this Author continues to write this mystery series as I for one loved it. Some other excellent reads I'd recommend are The Secret Island,The Island of Adventure,The Adventurous Four,The Rockingdown Mystery and The Mystery of the Burnt Cottage all very good and similar to this author's work. The description said it was like The Famous Five, I am so happy it wasn't as I detest The Famous Five, even though I love other books by that Author. Bottom line, I will certainly be rereading The Mystery of Smugglers Cove. I do not regret reading this at all.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jessaka

    Like an England Version of The Hardy Boys I feel it might be hard to write a re view on this book because there was so much action that I couldn’t keep up with it, meaning, I have forgotten much of what I had read. When I first tried to read The Hardy Boys, I felt like they were having more misadventures than Nancy Drew for they were always getting hit on the head, trapped, or even bound and gagged more often. This book was like that, but more so, and the children were younger, maybe from 8 to 12 Like an England Version of The Hardy Boys I feel it might be hard to write a re view on this book because there was so much action that I couldn’t keep up with it, meaning, I have forgotten much of what I had read. When I first tried to read The Hardy Boys, I felt like they were having more misadventures than Nancy Drew for they were always getting hit on the head, trapped, or even bound and gagged more often. This book was like that, but more so, and the children were younger, maybe from 8 to 12. I am surprised that they all made it alive, of course, there were things that I did in my childhood that causes me to now wonder how I made it to my adult life, well, on second thought, how I made it to be 79. Still, the kid’s lives in this book were much more adventurous than my own. Now I live vicariously through the adventurous of others. 1950s. England. There are four kids in this book, two boys and two girls. Kind of like the Hardy Boys meet up with the two Dana sisters. The Dana sisters was another mystery story series by Carolyn Keene. Anyway, one of the boys in this book, Will, is living on a beach with his father, a writer. Will gets together with a brother and his two sisters, Joe, Amy, and Sarah. Together they begin to explore the beach, especially some caves. I am not sure who found the caves first, but one of the boys almost became trapped in one when the tide began to rise, causing the cave to begin to fill with water. Then they begin to explore the caves together. The kids hear men talking and learn that they are using the caves to store boxes, so now they believe that they are smugglers, so they begin to spy on them. This is where the story becomes to have a lot of action and never stops until the end. I could not put this book down. I will be reding more of this series, but I also need to read more Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew. They are still all fun reads, even at my age. Truthfully, I never graduated from children’s mysteries to adult. I find murder mysteries boring, as in, I don’t care who done it, I don’t know the person who is lying dead on the floor. I also don’t like the gruesome details in some of the modern books. So, if anyone wants to know what age group would like this book, it says up to 15. I have a feeling that many 15- year olds would not like this book, so I would say 8 to 12, that is, unless you really love to read about children like I do.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lady Clementina ffinch-ffarowmore

    This is the first of a series of children's mysteries set in 1950s England, along the lines of Enid Blyton's adventure books with hidden caves, smugglers, and such. It was a fun read, and the children themselves were fairly likeable, but I felt they seemed to get into trouble (trapped by the villains) more often than actually solving or finding out anything, though they do solve the mystery with a Five Findouters' Bets-like touch--the littlest one catching on to the most important clue. Still it This is the first of a series of children's mysteries set in 1950s England, along the lines of Enid Blyton's adventure books with hidden caves, smugglers, and such. It was a fun read, and the children themselves were fairly likeable, but I felt they seemed to get into trouble (trapped by the villains) more often than actually solving or finding out anything, though they do solve the mystery with a Five Findouters' Bets-like touch--the littlest one catching on to the most important clue. Still it was a nice read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    I received this book from a goodreads giveaway but the opinions are 100% mine! This was a fast paced adventure/mystery set in the 1950s in Britain. I think fans of the hardy boys and nancy drew type series will enjoy this book. I love how these kids go out to find adventure and makes friends quickly. The plot is fast paced and clues are left that later lead tie the mystery together. The curiosity of the children often gets them into trouble including numerous times getting captured, but it all wo I received this book from a goodreads giveaway but the opinions are 100% mine! This was a fast paced adventure/mystery set in the 1950s in Britain. I think fans of the hardy boys and nancy drew type series will enjoy this book. I love how these kids go out to find adventure and makes friends quickly. The plot is fast paced and clues are left that later lead tie the mystery together. The curiosity of the children often gets them into trouble including numerous times getting captured, but it all works out in the end. No pictures, but the plot was moving so fast my kiddos enjoyed listening. I like how each of the characters gets to be "the hero" and it's not always one person who saves the day or comes up with a plan. The crooks and crimes involved aren't too scary that the kids have nightmares. This is a series I will keep an eye on and continue to read my children the next one.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    I am reading this to my 3rd and 4th grade language arts students while they do their daily writing. They have to write until I stop reading. They still don't want me to stop every day! I am reading this to my 3rd and 4th grade language arts students while they do their daily writing. They have to write until I stop reading. They still don't want me to stop every day!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    As an adult I still love this children's series. It's a lighthearted quick mystery, and I enjoy the children's adventures. As an adult I still love this children's series. It's a lighthearted quick mystery, and I enjoy the children's adventures.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Josiah

    Wow, this was AMAZING. I really enjoyed it. The book was so unpredictable. It had a huge plot twist in the middle of the book, along with a surprise criminal at the end. Similar to some of Enid Blyton’s series, it is set in the 1950’s in Britain. Joe-A daring and quick decision maker, Will- a smart and adventure loving boy, Sarah- A brave 8-year-old who isn’t afraid to do things that seem scary, and Amy- also brave just like Sarah, is smart and is a quick decision maker (as we see in chapter 21) Wow, this was AMAZING. I really enjoyed it. The book was so unpredictable. It had a huge plot twist in the middle of the book, along with a surprise criminal at the end. Similar to some of Enid Blyton’s series, it is set in the 1950’s in Britain. Joe-A daring and quick decision maker, Will- a smart and adventure loving boy, Sarah- A brave 8-year-old who isn’t afraid to do things that seem scary, and Amy- also brave just like Sarah, is smart and is a quick decision maker (as we see in chapter 21) are the main characters. Personally, my favorite are Joe and Amy. Some things I didn’t like about this book was that it was not very descriptive. Also, I think I would like if the characters had a bit more of a personality. These 2 things were tiny problems which didn’t bother me at all. Other than that, this book is amazing and I’m very excited to read the next one!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Pop Bop

    Classic, It has always seemed to me that Enid Blyton's Famous Five books were aimed at a slightly younger age group than her eight Adventure series books. The mysteries were simpler, the characters were less developed, and the action/adventure was less involved. Paul Moxham's books are unapologetically modeled on the Blyton style and seem to fall right between those two Blyton series, (although maybe closer to the older reader Adventure series). And that's all to the good. We have recurring charac Classic, It has always seemed to me that Enid Blyton's Famous Five books were aimed at a slightly younger age group than her eight Adventure series books. The mysteries were simpler, the characters were less developed, and the action/adventure was less involved. Paul Moxham's books are unapologetically modeled on the Blyton style and seem to fall right between those two Blyton series, (although maybe closer to the older reader Adventure series). And that's all to the good. We have recurring characters who are resourceful, smart, and cooperative and supportive. In the classic 50's style, we avoid, or at least don't feature, teen angst, (except maybe as a secondary character's sub-plot). These are idealized characters and there is only passing friction among them, and little or no dramatic baggage or conflict. They are models of cooperation, can do spirit, and unselfish teamwork. That may sound old-fashioned or boring, but it's actually sort of novel and refreshing, and it allows the reader the pleasure of enjoying a mystery/action/adventure without any topical distractions. I wouldn't want an exclusive diet of this type of book, but it can be a nice treat to just enjoy a traditional ripping yarn. Here we have smugglers and a cove. (No spoiler there.) So we have caves, tunnels, exploration, hiding, escapes, overheard conversations, captures, more escapes, threats, and a lot of running around and sneaking and spying, often in the dark. Who is Mr. Big? Who are the cohorts? Will they get away; will our heroes prevail? Lots of action, and set pieces, with traditional British sang froid and a bit of wit. It is gripping and well written, although the emphasis is on the adventure, the action and the solution to the mystery. Characters are still not deep or complex and description is kept to a serviceable minimum. This is mystery/adventure in the classic boy's and girl's own sense, and it is very good when appreciated as such. So, a happy find and worth a look if your middle grade reader likes adventure, child heroes, and a bit of derring-do. Please note that I found this book while browsing Amazon Kindle freebies. I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Dennis Mews

    This book was a great fast-paced adventure yarn from start to finish. I’m a fan of Enid Blyton/Nancy Drew type of story so knew this would be something I would enjoy. The children enjoyed freedoms rarely found in today’s world. The characters developed well and each had a moment to shine in the story. No one character dominated the narrative. If you like the Famous Five, then you’ll love this book!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Vicki

    Although this is a children's book, I found it a surprisingly good little mystery. I'm not typically too fond of British verbiage, but I'm getting a bit more used to it. I did find that some of the dialogue in the book was a bit stiff for young ones, but I overlooked it. The mystery is about four kids, very young (elementary age) who do some "detective work" to get some bad guys...counterfeiters to be exact. They're a bit too young to do so, but I think this book really works as a mystery book fo Although this is a children's book, I found it a surprisingly good little mystery. I'm not typically too fond of British verbiage, but I'm getting a bit more used to it. I did find that some of the dialogue in the book was a bit stiff for young ones, but I overlooked it. The mystery is about four kids, very young (elementary age) who do some "detective work" to get some bad guys...counterfeiters to be exact. They're a bit too young to do so, but I think this book really works as a mystery book for young ones who are too little to read the more sophisticated mysteries that might scare them. At the same time there is plenty of adventure that they'd like as well, so they aren't shorted. While it did have some twists, I didn't think they were so complicated that some kids wouldn't pick up on it, so I'm sure some will guess what's going on and I think that's encouraging for their reading enjoyment. The one thing that I didn't like is that I thought there wasn't enough real character development, but perhaps for a younger audience that would work well. For me, I needed more of it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    The Mystery of Smuggler’s Cove: Someone needs to tell these children if they encounter criminals, call the police. This story is highly unbelievable as four children wander in and out of the smuggler’s house, find innumerable entrances to the smuggler’s cave and hide behind curtains and in other unlikely places. I did like the self confidence these children had, but they blundered here and there even reentering a house that should have been blocked by police tape. In the caves they see the smug The Mystery of Smuggler’s Cove: Someone needs to tell these children if they encounter criminals, call the police. This story is highly unbelievable as four children wander in and out of the smuggler’s house, find innumerable entrances to the smuggler’s cave and hide behind curtains and in other unlikely places. I did like the self confidence these children had, but they blundered here and there even reentering a house that should have been blocked by police tape. In the caves they see the smugglers’ torches and hear the smugglers, but the smugglers for some reason don’t see and hear the children. The story has too many narrow unbelievable escapes. It reads like a story four children would make up as they go around a campfire.

  13. 4 out of 5

    James Palmer

    Great! This was a great book. It kept me interested and I didn't want to put it down. Great story! I highly recommend it. Great! This was a great book. It kept me interested and I didn't want to put it down. Great story! I highly recommend it.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ejayen

    I felt like the characters were a bit odd, but other than that I really enjoyed this fun story about kids solving a mystery primarily by themselves.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Nadishka Aloysius

    A fast paced read. I really liked the 'hook' at the end of every chapter that drove it forward. I also liked how the 'team' worked, sharing ideas and taking turns to be the 'hero' This was a mish-mash of Enid Blyton and Nancy Drew / Hardy Boys which didn't quite work. The kids are age 12 and under like in the Enid Blyton books but they do things that are more suitable to the latter series. I found that quite hard to accept. Also, the police kept thanking the kids for deducing things as if they d A fast paced read. I really liked the 'hook' at the end of every chapter that drove it forward. I also liked how the 'team' worked, sharing ideas and taking turns to be the 'hero' This was a mish-mash of Enid Blyton and Nancy Drew / Hardy Boys which didn't quite work. The kids are age 12 and under like in the Enid Blyton books but they do things that are more suitable to the latter series. I found that quite hard to accept. Also, the police kept thanking the kids for deducing things as if they didn't have a brain between them! I also found the idea that both their parents would leave them to more or less fend for themselves in a village by the sea hard to swallow.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Xyra

    This was a fun read. I really liked the action and adventure. I also liked that there was a disclaimer at the beginning with regards to the setting and language. Going into the book knowing I was to read the Queen's English and not American English is helpful. Also important to the reader is the era of the setting. While not specifically stated one can determine the era to be the 1950s, maybe the 1960s. The children are on holiday and left alone a lot with no means of communication other than run This was a fun read. I really liked the action and adventure. I also liked that there was a disclaimer at the beginning with regards to the setting and language. Going into the book knowing I was to read the Queen's English and not American English is helpful. Also important to the reader is the era of the setting. While not specifically stated one can determine the era to be the 1950s, maybe the 1960s. The children are on holiday and left alone a lot with no means of communication other than running or biking back home to find a telephone. Today you would be hard pressed to find a group ranging in ages from 8 -11 allowed to roam around on their own without a cell phone handy. Plus the boys are want to let the girls help. Today the girls lead as much as follow. This was an interesting mystery that started by exploring caves by the beach and an abandoned mansion. They run into a band of criminals. From then on it is a race to save themselves and stop further crime. One thing I learned is to never underestimate a young person or their determination. The children who make up the main characters in this book are not fearless nor do they have super powers to help them out while in a crisis. However, they do use their heads and all the skills available to them. A very enjoyable read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Georgia

    Famous Five Meets Tintin The Mystery of Smugglers Cove by Paul Moxham is the first in his new The Mystery Series. Set in 1950's England, we follow a group of four children (Joe, Amy, Sarah and Will) on their adventures. The first book starts it all off. Three siblings meet a fourth member and together they explore the local caves and get a greater adventure than even their imaginations could have thought of. Reading the first book is very reminiscent of the Famous Five series by Enid Blyton. The au Famous Five Meets Tintin The Mystery of Smugglers Cove by Paul Moxham is the first in his new The Mystery Series. Set in 1950's England, we follow a group of four children (Joe, Amy, Sarah and Will) on their adventures. The first book starts it all off. Three siblings meet a fourth member and together they explore the local caves and get a greater adventure than even their imaginations could have thought of. Reading the first book is very reminiscent of the Famous Five series by Enid Blyton. The author himself states that he took inspiration from it and it really shows. I was a huge fan of the 1995 tv series and it was a large part of my childhood, so reading this book has the rosy tint of nostalgia added to it. Anyone familiar with the Famous Five will know what to expect from these books. Great childrens' adventure stories that never disappoint. I recommend this series to any younger readers, any readers nostalgic for the good old days and especially any fans of the Famous Five series. Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the author. This is not a sponsored review. All opinions are 100% my own.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Manjri Gopalan

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The book is about four children - Will and Joe aged 12 yrs, Amy (10 yrs) and Sarah (8 yrs). The kids during their summer vacation decide to explore some caves located on the nearby beach and end up in unearthing a gang who are involved in smuggling counterfeit currencies. The storyline is fast and from the very first chapter, the adventure starts. However, I felt there were a lot of shortfalls in the story like: - Mrs. Mitchell (mother of Joe, Amy, and Sarah) on receiving a call from her unwell mo The book is about four children - Will and Joe aged 12 yrs, Amy (10 yrs) and Sarah (8 yrs). The kids during their summer vacation decide to explore some caves located on the nearby beach and end up in unearthing a gang who are involved in smuggling counterfeit currencies. The storyline is fast and from the very first chapter, the adventure starts. However, I felt there were a lot of shortfalls in the story like: - Mrs. Mitchell (mother of Joe, Amy, and Sarah) on receiving a call from her unwell mother, leaves her children alone in a new place. - The kids are left to wander alone and continue their adventure even post Will's life-threatening accident where his father, Mr. Spencer, comes to rescue him. In a normal situation, parents would ground their kids for weeks :) - The boss of the crooks wear goggles even on a full moon night inside the smuggler's cove (how silly :P ) It would have been good if the author would have taken care of many such silly incidents. Overall its a fast paced book, and an interesting read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Trish at Between My Lines

    I picked up this book because I loved the Enid Blyton vibe with the name and the cover. However I feel that it's very Enid Blyton light. Enid Blyton while far from a faultless writer had a knack for writing about characters that I cared about. In this book, there was next to no character development. I like to know something about the characters I'm reading about and I didn't get that here. They were just like pawns being moved about from space to space and I feel indifferent about the cast. I di I picked up this book because I loved the Enid Blyton vibe with the name and the cover. However I feel that it's very Enid Blyton light. Enid Blyton while far from a faultless writer had a knack for writing about characters that I cared about. In this book, there was next to no character development. I like to know something about the characters I'm reading about and I didn't get that here. They were just like pawns being moved about from space to space and I feel indifferent about the cast. I did enjoy the sense of adventure a bit more though. It was nicely built up and I liked the way a chapter often ended on a element of suspense which made you want to keep reading. It's very over dramatic but I think it would keep a child invested in turning the pages. Overall though, it feels a little bit too much like a watered down Enid Blyton and I'd rather just re-read one of my old Blyton books.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I just discovered this mystery series and I love it! It's for children but this grandmother is okay with that. The series is set in England in the 1950s and reads like an Enid Blyton book. 12 year-old Joe, and his younger sisters Amy and Sarah, go to Smuggler's Cove with their parents for the summer. There they meet a local boy, Will, who is Joe's age. While exploring the caves they become involved in a mystery involving dangerous ruthless men. The pace is fast as the children face dangerous sit I just discovered this mystery series and I love it! It's for children but this grandmother is okay with that. The series is set in England in the 1950s and reads like an Enid Blyton book. 12 year-old Joe, and his younger sisters Amy and Sarah, go to Smuggler's Cove with their parents for the summer. There they meet a local boy, Will, who is Joe's age. While exploring the caves they become involved in a mystery involving dangerous ruthless men. The pace is fast as the children face dangerous situations, get captured and locked in an old manor house, and escape and again are captured. As in most series books, these kids have a lot of freedom, much much more than I would have given my own children.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Angie Thompson

    Not really my thing. I like kids' mysteries, but I don't like it when the kids purposely lie or go behind their parents' backs to solve the crimes. I also thought the almost indifferent attitudes from some of the adults (especially the police) when the kids finally did involve them were pretty farfetched. And the constant escaping and being caught again got old after a while. Not really my thing. I like kids' mysteries, but I don't like it when the kids purposely lie or go behind their parents' backs to solve the crimes. I also thought the almost indifferent attitudes from some of the adults (especially the police) when the kids finally did involve them were pretty farfetched. And the constant escaping and being caught again got old after a while.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Beth Mcmanus

    Sweet book! Much faster paced than most books written for kids in the 50s-60s, but kept the innocence of the times. Not only did I love it, but my kids did as well. We're anxiously awaiting book 2. Sweet book! Much faster paced than most books written for kids in the 50s-60s, but kept the innocence of the times. Not only did I love it, but my kids did as well. We're anxiously awaiting book 2.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    I remember reading The Boxcar Children when I was younger and I loved them! I thought I'd take a jaunt down memory lane with this novel. Unfortunately, the writing could use some work. I had a hard time following the plot because of lack of descriptive language =( I remember reading The Boxcar Children when I was younger and I loved them! I thought I'd take a jaunt down memory lane with this novel. Unfortunately, the writing could use some work. I had a hard time following the plot because of lack of descriptive language =(

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Anne

    This was a very quick, action-packed book! The kids in the story were my favorite part along with Mr. Spencer. Loved the mystery too. I was able to read this book in a couple of hours - excellent stuff.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Melissa T

    Good book It has a lot of mystery in & that's why I like it. It is a good book. 8 yr old reader Good book It has a lot of mystery in & that's why I like it. It is a good book. 8 yr old reader

  26. 5 out of 5

    Yoshi

    Real pageturner. Can't wait to read another adventure of them. Real pageturner. Can't wait to read another adventure of them.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Angie stickel

    Great book Thank you I loved it. What a wonderful book. I would recommend it to anyone that loves adventures and thrills.

  28. 5 out of 5

    notreal

    Mystery Very nice BOOKs also entertaining BOOK too I think it's outstanding I Mystery Very nice BOOKs also entertaining BOOK too I think it's outstanding I

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tammy

    It was a fast cute read. The kids don't go looking for mysteries, the mystery just happens to fall into their laps. It was a fast cute read. The kids don't go looking for mysteries, the mystery just happens to fall into their laps.

  30. 5 out of 5

    R.J. Rodda

    Giving this three stars because my kids liked it enough to continue reading it. Parental advice: - uses the word "heck" - mentions whiskey and getting drunk - one child fears dying a lonely death Giving this three stars because my kids liked it enough to continue reading it. Parental advice: - uses the word "heck" - mentions whiskey and getting drunk - one child fears dying a lonely death

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