Monday, December 29, 2008

Public Enemy Number Two, The Diamond Brothers Mystery

This book is my favorite so far, out of the first three books that i have read.

When Nick is thrown into prison for minors, things just don't make sense.

He didn't do it and yet again inspector Snape and Boyle are making it very hard for him to even try to live a normal teenage life. Nick's thrown into the same cell as public enemy 1, Johnny Powers. And that's when Inspector Snape makes him an ultimatum, make friends with Johnny and he'll take him out of prison and erase all charges, or spend the rest of his prison time.

His way out is to make the life changing deal, step one, find out who this Fence is. But is becoming Public enemy 2 worth it? Worth Killing yourself?

After many nights in prison, he has to act fast and it's not easy, Johnny is like a walking time bomb, one false move and he's done for.

But, Johnny is normal compared to his mum, Ma Power's must be the most out there parent in the world. Her son might be a bomb, but she's a whole truck load of bombs.

I read this book first, but i would suggest reading the first book to start with,

The Falcon's Malteser.

Public Enemy Number 2, is a must read, so many things create this book, things i thought wouldn't happen, occured. It is rapid and fast past, but characters are easily made out.

Anthony Horowitz, has this talent, this book is a keeper.

Read it i dare you,

Sign your hopeful, not always pleased, critic

The Falcon's Malteser: The Diamond Brothers Mystery

By, Anthony Horowitz

Review Written by, Bostan Natsuko

The Falcon's Malteser starts off with Nick Simple explaining his situation. His parents moved to Australia. Nick snuck away from his parents who were on the plane, they left him safely on the ground of the London Heathrow airport, while on their way to Sidney. Now, Nick (13) is living with his older brother Tim Diamond. (rather Herbert Timothy Simple)

His brother was kicked off the police squad for incompetence and now he is trying, but failing at being a private detective.

Regretting ever staying, Nick is thinking that it is time to pack up and ship himself down under, but then on the same day of a horrible one, a dwarf or the vertically challenged, Johnny Naples accidentally runs into Tim's office/living room.

Then he offers Tim a job, intrusting him with a box and a secret worth over three million pounds. For the job, Tim is paid half in advance. The two brothers start turning their life around with actual food, and clothes. But then again nothing is without conscience, when they are accused of the murder of Mr. Johnny Naples, the vertically challenged and run into old and very angry friends of Tim, Nick understands now that they are already tangled in this mess and something really smells and it's not their house. There are many laughs in this book, and a running adventure that leeps out of the black and white pages .

This book is the first of the series, and like the rest, it is full of action, from the first scene to the last. It kept me guessing and I am still shocked. Nick is no doubt the smarter one of the two brothers, but still even though Tim keeps messing up, he makes a desperate situation funny for many of the readers.



These are My Reviews

I am starting questionably late and i think this change will be more of a fun thing.

I love reading so much, and finally i have found a place where if you want to listen or not i have freedom to express myself. And it is good for my readers because they have a choice, to read on with great joy and encouragement for reading that book you have been pondering over for years, or you could find it not in the least encouraging. I should tell you i don't love tragic endings, and that might affect my choices in books, but there are always is that book which pounces on you and shockingly reveals it is not only ending with a death but begins with one.
Should you know i might breach out into reviewing movies also, we'll have to wait and see. So forgive me, but by your help i might be able to extend myself to the best.
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