The Spy That Never Lies (Hardy Boys)
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Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I am required to do this so I can finish my book this book was very good and fun to read. One person found this helpful. Boy Overboard. Tom Appleby, Convict Boy.
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More filters. Sort order. Sep 10, Adrian rated it it was amazing Shelves: mystery-and-suspense. A car is coming at you faster than a speeding bullet. Then it slams on the brakes and throws bottles towards you. Now you are wondering who did that. Later on these cameras come in town and,now a bunch of trouble starts. May 11, Ethan Hulbert rated it it was amazing Shelves: s , author-male , series-hardy-boys. Damn, what?? This book is so much better than I expected and way better than the preceding Hardy Boys books.
This is one of the best digests by far. Holy crap! I was not prepared for this. This book has it all. Multiple literary allusions, direct references to a couple of their past cases, the return of Jamal: The Hardy Boys' Official Black Friend, and more. There was actual political intrigue, the Hardys went up against a foe who was actually connected, they actually ran afoul of their usual fri Damn, what?? Oh, and let's not forget the main part of this book: a relatively nuanced examination of how Big Brother-esque surveillance doesn't make you any more safe, how even though the camera never lies the security cameras are the titular "spies that never lie" , footage can be manipulated to tell wildly different stories than what really happened Hell, we even get multiple critiques on how the security only focuses on the rich neighborhoods and leaves the impoverished behind, motivating the crime to happen more in the poor neighborhoods.
One of the Hardys even cracks "do they think that poor people don't get robbed?
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Even then it wouldn't have been masterful but it was certainly still good enough. For a Hardy Boys book this was really a diamond in the rough. Liz Christensen rated it liked it Mar 03,