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The Hardy Boys: Undercover Brothers, #15: Live Free, Die Hardy! (The Hardy Boys Graphic Novel #15)

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For use in schools and libraries only. When the top secret training facility on the grounds of A.T.A.C. headquarters is set-upon by Poppa Noir's anti-justice organization, the Hardy Boys must battle their opposite numbers, the Sisters Noir, to free the captured adult A.T.A.C. agents.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published November 25th 2008 by Papercutz (first published November 1st 2008)
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Raja99
Oct 21, 2009 Raja99 rated it liked it
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I liked this a lot better than the previous Hardy Boys book I read in this series.

In the irrelevant opening, the Hardy Boys play a massively-multiplayer online roleplaying game to track down a dangerous system cracker. Luckily said cracker doesn't know anything about TOR, or spoofing, or ... anything computer security related, really.

The main story is a ridiculous but amusing retelling of one of my wife's favorite Christmas movies. (If you want to figure out which one, squint at the title of thi
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Paula
Jul 29, 2016 Paula rated it did not like it
Don't know if I ever read too many of the original books. Pretty sure I read at least one or two. I don't remember much about them but I'm pretty sure they didn't involve top-heavy female villains. I may be mistaken. ..
Jenna
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Personaly I like the Hardy Boys comic better than the Nancy Drew one. Just because the Hardy Boys is so much funnier.
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