The Hardy Boys Papercutz Graphic Novel #2 Identity Theft – My Review

Hardy Boys Graphic Novel #2 Identity Theft from Papercutz   In Papercutz’s second volume of Hardy Boys graphic novels, Identity Theft, you’re going to find action, humor, the strength of family love and the importance of a person’s character. 😎

   The book starts off in a fun way with these words by Joe “WOOOOOO HOOOOOO!” There’s some cool skydiving as Frank and Joe try to find out who’s smuggling diamonds in each town where the Trans-Continental Sky-Jumping Team performs at local high schools. Through a secret arrangement by ATAC, the brothers get to jump with the team at Bayport High School. It’s mentioned that their dad taught them how to jump out of an airplane years before – pretty cool. 😎

   Once they discover who the guilty one or ones are, that case is wrapped up and it’s back to the usual daily activities, like going to high school. Great seeing Chet there at Bayport High. 😎

   After catching the smugglers, the Hardy’s receive the info on their next case via a game cartridge. As you can tell by the title, it’s about identity theft – very literally. With all of the activity and connectivity with the internet in most people’s lives, there’s the danger and possibility of identity theft for anyone whose personal info is anywhere online. This mystery gives a unique and frightening spin on the ever-present threat while pointing out some important things about a person’s true identity. The love of family and importance of a person’s character are shown in the story. It also shows the fact that “cosmetic” changes/plastic surgery aren’t necessary because it’s who you are on the inside that counts – so true. As the cast of Nickelodeon’s “How to Rock” (currently seen on TeenNick) sings ~ “Only You Can Be You.” 😎 

   The brothers help a girl who claims to be Joy Gallagher, but there’s already someone else making that same claim. Frank and Joe also help Joy’s family because, regardless of who’s telling the truth, something’s going on. Something very dangerous. Helping people is a constant and vitally important aspect of a Hardy Boys book. So the Hardys have to sort out who’s who – and survive. 😎

   Intense scenes! I don’t want to give anything away, but I will say that parts of the mystery definitely had me on the edge of my seat! If you haven’t read it yet, you’ll see what I mean when you do. Those of you who have read it know exactly what I’m talking about!

   Fenton, Laura, and Gertrude/Trudy are in this one and are very cool. The love of family is very clear and Frank and Joe say about the great role models of their mom and dad in their upbringing. In this graphic novel you read about the switch from “Gertrude” to “Trudy” and how that came about. I thought that was pretty interesting and nicely done. The joking around with Aunt Trudy is fun and the serious moments are well-placed throughout the book. 

   This Hardy Boys Papercutz graphic novel has mysterious happenings, humor – which is alway necessary in books and real-life – and plenty of action! 😀

   You can get Hardy Boys #2 Identity Theft in paperback or hardcover and @Amazon Kindle, B&N Nook, and many other places that sells ebooks. 🙂 Your local library might even have the cool Hardy Boys graphic novels from Papercutz! 😀

Hardy Boys Graphic Novel #2 Identity Theft @ Papercutz
Hardy Boys Graphic Novel #2 Identity Theft @ Amazon

 

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8 thoughts on “The Hardy Boys Papercutz Graphic Novel #2 Identity Theft – My Review

  1. Excellent review, Ann! 🙂 I enjoy reading each one you write and seeing which books I would like to be in my collection. This title looks like a good fit; I like the constant Hardy aspects (as you noted in your review). 🙂 This review also includes the constant Ann aspects: excellent points, appreciation for good morals, tasteful humor, upbeat attitude, friendliness, compliments to good writing and so forth. 🙂

    I was so pleased to see another review that I had to take a few moments to comment now; I hope to return a little later and read any responses to my previous comments on other posts. At that time I will reply and play the games, too; it is so much fun here! 😀 Callie

  2. Thanks for such a nice and detailed review, Ann! 😎 🙂 It was so long back, and I had read it in such a hurry that I don’t remember much of it, though I do remember at least one of those intense scenes you are talking about. 😎 🙂 I am feeling like reading it again now. 😛

    • No problem! 🙂 Yep, I figured you’d remember particularly that main one – really intense!! Hope you can soon. 🙂

  3. Got it! 😀 Great review, Ann! 😀 😎 I enjoyed most of the book 😀 – it’s everything you said 😎 – & some of the stuff in the book is disturbing 😮 (didn’t like that). I enjoyed the graphic art of Frank & Joe 😎 – they’re lookin’ good! 😀 😀

    Appreciating the good things,
    Lily

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