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Kitty Hawk and the Icelandic Intrigue

27 Sep Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Kitty Hawk and the Icelandic Intrigue
Kitty Hawk and the Icelandic Intrigue

51jchglylolTitle: Kitty Hawk and The Icelandic Intrigue
Author: Iain Reading
Publisher: CreateSpace
Date: 9/11/2013
Reviewed by: Christian Hope

Kitty Hawk’s next destination is the cold ( but very cool!!!) Iceland. I had so much fun reading about Kitty Hawk and this amazing and still really dangerous mystery. I loved watching Kitty stay with some of Charlie’s friends and have them teach her Iceland’s ways. Like their last names!! That part was cool!! I never knew any of that!! I think it’s really awesome when you are enjoying reading a book and you learn something new along the way. I love it when writers do that.  And one of the cool things about reading Kitty Hawk  books is you learn new things every time!! Like did you know  silver turns black in saltwater? I looked it up and there are some great pictures out there if you’re interested. But don’t go online without your mom and dad. It’s not always safe.

Anyway, since we were talking about danger, this book had a lot of it. I love how the author balances the danger in every book so that Kitty  isn’t getting kidnaped in every book. I love her quick wits. They get her out of trouble but also get her into it as well. I am a little disappointed with her finding someone in every book that she likes. First Edward then James and now Finn. I’m just a little confused.  But I’m not really dating yet so maybe that has something to do with it.

I think the book could have used a little more of the Russians. Like maybe them having followed Kitty into the house she was staying at. Or something else. But don’t think that means I didn’t like the book. I loved it! Oh and the elves and gnomes were a lot of fun too.  Now believe me when i tell you i do not believe in elves or gnomes, but that was a good add in to the book.

I loved how the author tied the story together the way he did. How everything was part of a tangled mess in the beginning and you didn’t understand why these things would be connected but then you read a little farther in and it all suddenly makes sense. The best part of that is that you can go back and see it all when you read again and you wonder why you didn’t see it the first time around!

I also thought it was funny whenever they would say, “We won’t make it in time!!!” and Kitty would respond with, “Uh, guys? I have a plane. You know that right?”

I loved this book and i know you guys will too.

 

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