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©1987, 1959, 1955, 1927 Simon & Schuster, Inc.; (P)2002 Random House, Inc., Imagination Studio, An Imprint Of The Random House Audio Publishing Group
"Irwin is earnest, honest, and anxious to please, yet never overplays the adventures. He engages listeners as the suspense unfolds and stays totally committed to the story. Listeners do, too. For adult listeners, here's a campy mystery to delight in. For youngsters, Irwin is likely to convert a new generation to the Hardy Boys." (AudioFile)
My kids loved this, of all the many books we;ve listend to-- Irwin has a real talent for knowing when to pause, when to sound scared, and not to overplay it for the kids-- just right. I wish Audible carried all the Hardy Boys title as we'd snap them up. For now, rest assured that the Tower Treasure won't disappoint!
Yes, 1927 was the original copyright date for this book. It really brings back an age of literature when heroes were without any nasty flaws. These boys obey their parents and don't grumble when Mom asks them to run an errand. I don't know if that hearkens to an earlier age of teenagers, or just an earlier age of literature.
It pulled in my 6-yo daughters attention immediately as she merely wandered through the room.
This Narrator is excellent, and I like the old style "radio drama" music they've added from the golden age of radio.
I wish audible had the whole series, I'd get them all.
It really is nice to think that books from our youth can be brought to life today through the technology of "audio/oral" presentations.
I remember reading this book about 40 years ago and today, to hear the story presented orally, was a real treat.
Exciting, interesting and funny.
When they found the treasure.
When they found the treasure.
I laughed loads - because it is an awesom book.
This book is good for everyone but I think boys will like it best.
I bought this for my son (6 going on 7) and he enjoyed it thoroughly. As an adult reader listening to the books after having read them for the first time a number of years ago, it was a trip down memory lane! The boys were older than I remembered and I seemed to remember more independence from them as well. We both enjoyed the story and thought Bill Irwin did a very good job. It was the first Hardy Boys we have listened to but it won't be the last.
I got this for nostalgia sake. Good narration. Lighthearted and fun. I enjoyed it. It was a good break from my 8+ hour serious books.
"Kept them all quiet"
Gripping tale for a car trip
"Kids liked it but very dated"
The story is very dated and had the adults during the long car trip on holiday desperate for the finish but the kids did seem to enjoy the story
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