The Mystery of Monster Mountain

The three young sleuths solve a case of double identity while investigating the legend of Monster Mountain.
The Mystery of Monster Mountain The three young sleuths solve a case of double identity while investigating the legend of Monster Mountain

  • Title: The Mystery of Monster Mountain
  • Author: M.V. Carey
  • ISBN: 9780394864204
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Mystery of Monster Mountain”

    1. Careys Schreibstil finde ich wie immer sehr angenehm. Sie schafft es eine spannende Atmosphäre aufzubauen, die Personen, die sie einbaut, sind interessant und glaubwürdig, und die drei Fragezeichen wirken in ihrer Art realistisch. Gerade im Vergleich zu manchen Autoren bei denen die drei sehr hölzern reden und wenig Persönlichkeit haben, fällt mir das bei ihr sehr positiv auf. Ich mochte den wirr wirkenden Tierschützer, der denkt mit Tieren sprechen zu können, und fand den Fall auch unter [...]

    2. And yet another one of my favourites from this series!Like I've mentioned before, I like mysteries that don't really get solved at the end of the book/ movie/ TV series/ etc, and I also like cryptozoology (as a concept; debunkings of the "myths" are better than the actual myths, please check out Trey The Explainer's channel on Youtube, his videos on the subject are very well made), and this book combines these two. Of course it's one of my favourites.

    3. This volume really takes the series in a new direction. (view spoiler)[ In this case, unlike the Scooby Doo aspect of most volumes, there is a real monster. A sasquatch type monster is in the story, and it's not a guy in a suit. It's a real monster. So far nothing truly supernatural had appeared in the series, so this was an interesting development. I wonder now if things go back to the status quo, or do we see more real monsters as the series progresses?(hide spoiler)]This series doesn't take p [...]

    4. original 2010 review - Hans & Konrad travel up to Sky Village, to stay with their cousin Anna and the boys tag along for a camping trip. However, it’s soon obvious that everything isn’t as it should be. Never one of my favourites, with this re-read, I’ve revised that opinion slightly - it’s well written, fast paced and has some nice interplay between the boys. However, the main mystery (not the title one) has such a preposterous explanation that it does feel very contrived, whilst th [...]

    5. Hans & Konrad travel up to Sky Village, to stay with their cousin Anna and the boys tag along for a camping trip. However, it’s soon obvious that everything isn’t as it should be. Never one of my favourites, with this re-read, I’ve revised that opinion slightly - it’s well written, fast paced and has some nice interplay between the boys. However, the main mystery (not the title one) has such a preposterous explanation that it does feel very contrived, whilst the monster - obviously t [...]

    6. داستان سرعت خوبی داشت . البته انکار نمیکنم که واقعا سطح کیفی کتاب هایی که خود رابرت آرتور نوشته اصن یه چیز دیگست. مثلا من چهار کتابی که از این مجموعه خوندم و خود رابرت آرتور نوشته بود اونقدر جذاب بود که جزئیاتشون هنوز یادمه ولی خب باقی کتاب های مجموعه که خودش ننوشته از ذهنم پرید [...]

    7. Historia nie była nudna, ale troszkę mi się dłużyła, bo bohaterowie całą książkę rozkminiali coś, co było oczywiste od samego początku. Wiem, że to lektura dla młodszych, ale jednak inne przygody trzech detektywów nie były aż tak przewidywalne. Dobrze, że znalazły się jeszcze inne mniejsze wątki, które nie były do końca jasne, aż do końca.

    8. AH&T3I Update: 20 read, 8 hardbacks to go (and 15 paperbacks):Direct quote from page 146: "No one believes wild stories from kids." No, no they do not, and despite my five star rating of this book, I found part of the story just too unbelievable. Mary Virginia (M.V.) Carey added a somewhat extra supernatural element to this tale that is not really present in any other T3I book to this point. Granted, the boys investigated green ghosts and witchcraft circles among other supernatural phenomeno [...]

    9. Not bad. There were more possible suspects in this book than many of the books in the series. Some of the suspects did some questionable things that would set off any alarm bells. Some in series like this someone looked cruel or like a criminal or act a bit suspiciously so they automatically become suspects and often are the criminals without actually having done something to legitimately highlight them as a potential culprit. For example, one man wipes out footprints of a person who attacked Ju [...]

    10. (view spoiler)[The Three Investigators series is at its best when dealing with real people pulling hoaxes and clear, if not contrived, explanations of seemingly mystical phenomena. By making the monster of Monster Mountain a real monster instead of a shaggy hermit, the author has done the series a real disservice. This is the first time in the first 20 books that a mystery doesn't have a scientific, logical conclusion. (hide spoiler)]

    11. I rated this one a 3 as I enjoyed hearing about the background of some of the characters - mystery left a lot to be desired. I was excited to find several of these I had missed reading in my childhood. I loved this series as a kid.

    12. Aku punya banyak koleksi novel Alfred Hitchcock di dalem lemari buku. Meskipun sampulnya udah sobek, tapi aku nggak pernah berasumsi kalo buku ini ketinggalan zaman.Duh, suka banget sama tokoh Pete, Bob, dan Jup.

    13. The fun part of this one is we get to know a little of the background of Hans and ??, the Bavarians. The story left a little to be desired, there were too many mysteries that were too far-fetched.

    14. My Rating System:* couldn't finish, ** wouldn't recommend, *** would recommend, **** would read again, ***** have read again.

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