Sarah's Stars

Stefan Petrucha. Nancy Drew: The Girl Who Wasn’t There
Papercutz  $10.95   ISBN 1-59707-012-2  84 pg.
Reviewed by Rachael, Age 12

Graphic Novels. Normally thought of as a lengthy comic with black and white pages. Well, ladies and gentlemen, prepare to be amazed! Nancy Drew: The Girl Who Wasn’t There is an epic tale in COLOUR! I was hooked from the beginning by the detailed and enticing illustrations (by Sho Murase). The characters are developed so delicately that by simply looking at the pictures, you can tell exactly how they are feeling. Matched with the amazing story line, and exciting captions, this book is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.

When Nancy Drew calls in for technical support to help fix her dysfunctional computer, never doubt what will happen. This story leads you all the way from the United States to India! As Nancy travels across the world to help a new friend, she runs into a flurry of mischief. As always, Nancy manages to triumph over her enemies, and save the day!

This novel is perfect for children of any age! I would recommend it for kids between the ages of 8 and 11, as there is no mature content, and it is an easy, yet fun read. Enjoy!

I give Nancy Drew: The Girl Who Wasn’t There four shimmering stars for a blast of colour and excitement!

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