Saturday, 25 April 2015

"Kitty Hawk and the Icelandic Intrigue" : Book Three of the Kitty Hawk Flying Detective Agency Series: Volume 3" by Iain Reading. Review from Mia, aged 11.

Review from Mia, aged 11.

This is the third book featuring the awesome Kitty Hawk and this time she's flying from Florida to Iceland.  This is the first leg of her journey around the world and gets pretty interesting.  Dealing with kidnappers, environmental issues, crazy university students, volcanic eruptions and more.  Kitty doesn't have a spare minute.  

All of this sounds epic, but most of her Icelandic travel is spent going from the capital city to up north and visa versa.  But don't let that little piece of info stop you from getting this book because it is actually epic.  This book's mystery is that Kitty finds a college professor lying in a pool of blood underneath a desk. Dun, dun. dun!  Find out what happens in the Icelandic Intrigue.

This book was incredibly fantastic.  I learned a lot about the Icelandic culture; like how their last names work.  It's very confusing, but it makes sense.  I loved this book so much I brought it to school, to see what happens in between my subjects.  Irish...she's in Iceland, Maths...she has some dinner...etc.  I think I might have a new favourite author.

I recommend this book for ages 10+

Kitty Hawk and the Icelandic Intrigue is available in paperback and ebook format.

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