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The Smuggler's Treasure (American Girl History Mysteries Series #1)

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  • Posted November 19, 2011

    more from this reviewer

    A fun and exciting story for young readers!

    "...The events in the book are very fast-paced - maybe too fast. It's a good size for a middle grade novella, but as an adult I would love to see the story more fleshed out. Everything just seems to unfold much too quickly to be realistic, I think. Again, though, that's just coming from the perspective of an adult. I don't remember my exact thoughts as a child reading this, but since I kept the book on my shelves, I think it's safe to say I liked the book just fine. It's a fun mystery about a young girl in a new and exotic city, and in 1814 there was not only danger of invasion from the British, but also danger of pirates! The famous Jean Lafitte actually plays rather a significant part in Elisabet's story, as a matter of fact, which makes it all the more exciting and mysterious..." For full review, please visit me (Les Livres) on Blogger! jaimeliredeslivres dot blogspot dot com

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2002

    Only the suspence will keep you reading

    This book was okay, but not the best book to kick the seris off with. I truely enjoyed it, and it was well written, but my type of book. It had alot of suspence but not enough excitement for a mystery book. The suspence was the only thing that kept me reading, but that's just me talking. Anyways this book is great for ages 10-12. It gets them into American history. The best part is for those who love this book and want more there are 16 more to read.

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