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The Four-Headed Dragons

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Introduction

Karan Lalwani 4/09/2002 The Four-Headed Dragons The "Four-Headed Dragon," is a book that fits together like a jigsaw puzzle. This story is based on the Hardy Family resolving the case of the "Four-Headed Dragon." The Four-Headed Dragon is an organization behind the Iron Curtain that is in search of peace. This organization makes a big mistake by creating a weapon called the Annihilator. Instead of creating peace, Dubek Krazak, the head of the organization, puts the Annihilator in the hands of a criminal. ...read more.

Middle

As the Hardys never gave up, they followed Bantler. After about 20 km, Batler was at sight. As the Hardys got closer, Bantler figured out that they were chasing him so they took out the Annihilator and tried to destroy them. Fenton Hardy told the pilot to drive over Bantler. After a few minutes, Bantler and his gang drove into a lake, but didn't know how to swim. The annihilator got destroyed and they surrendered. Frank and Joe Hardy are two great young detectives. ...read more.

Conclusion

Little by little they got more clues and got to pin up "both cases" together into one. In my view, this story is irrelevant. It can't ever happen in real life. As most reasonable novels, the story was thrashed into my brain at the first go. According to my thinking, reasonble books are those books that I understand at the first go. My choice of books revolves in mystery books. If I would have to recommend this book to anybody, I'll dedicate it to those people whose choice is similar to mine. I hope I get to read such good books further in this year. ...read more.

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