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Down the Rabbit Hole (Echo Falls #1)

3.77  ·  Rating details ·  5,790 Ratings  ·  824 Reviews
Welcome to Echo Falls, home of a thousand secrets.

Ingrid is in the wrong place at the wrong time. Or at least her shoes are. And getting them back will mean getting tangled up in a murder investigation as complicated as the mysteries solved by her idol, Sherlock Holmes. With soccer practice, schoolwork, and the lead role in her town's production of Alice in Wonderland, Ing
Paperback, 407 pages
Published April 25th 2006 by HarperCollins (first published January 1st 2005)
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Nov 14, 2009 rated it liked it
Ok, I taught middle school on the south side of Chicago (with a brief stint on the west side, to be completely accurate) from August of 1993 to June of 1997. I taught four years in the city, and I think those are the right years. I don’t have my resume in front of me. Anyway, I taught fifth through eighth grade communications in ninety minute blocks. When I first arrived at the small parochial school down south I speed-read a slew of YA novels so I could teach them come September. In turn I asso ...more
Apr 23, 2010 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: mystery, theater
The Wonderland references were disappointingly superficial, but otherwise this was a fine mystery about a young girl connected by happenstance to a murder investigation.

Thirteen-year-old Ingrid is afraid of being late for soccer practice, so she unwisely decides to walk from her orthodontist's office to the field, not knowing what a crappy part of town she'll be passing through. "Cracked-up Katie" notices her, and brings her into her house so that she can call the girl a taxi. That night Ingrid
Many months ago, I ordered some books online, and when the box arrived I discovered Peter Abrahams' Down the Rabbit Hole had mistakenly found its way into my box. Being the anarchic thief that I am, I decided to keep the book, tossing it on my tertiary to-read pile and promptly forgot about it.

But last week I needed a book to read while doing the dishes, and noticed Down the Rabbit Hole sandwiched between A Game of Thrones and The Drawing of the Three, and since it fulfilled my doing-the-dishes
Lyn Hill
Jan 27, 2016 rated it really liked it
Stephen King called the Echo Falls series "astonishing."

While Sherlockian deduction is used to solve crimes, the normal human tendency to overlook painful emotional realities (from which Holmes also suffered) results in an atmosphere of suspense as we readers anticipate approaching disasters. In this sense, the books are richer than the original Holmes books.

These books are middle school-appropriate and adult-enjoyable. I can't wait to introduce my grandchildren to them and to re-read them mysel
Kat (Lost in Neverland)
Jul 26, 2012 rated it it was ok
Shelves: boring-as-shit, eh
2.5 Stars

When Ingrid is late for soccer practice one day, she decides to walk to it by herself. A woman by the name of Cracked-Up-Kate stops Ingrid and invites her into her house so she can call Ingrid a cab to get her to soccer practice. Leaving in a hurry, Ingrid barely thinks twice about how strange Kate acted when Ingrid had mentioned her brother's team. However, the next morning, Ingrid finds out that Kate was murdered only a few hours after Ingrid left her house.
And another discovery lead
Oct 01, 2009 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: young-adult
It was a good mystery, but I had a hard time caring about the main character or any of the other characters for that matter. I love mysteries and I was really hoping to get hooked on this series because there is a lack of good mysteries for this age group.
In my humble opinion, there are too many references to alcohol for young teens. For instance, grandpa has to add VO to his cup of tea and older brother in high school comes home late after football game smelling like grandpa (implying that he t
Akash Ahuja
Jun 23, 2018 rated it liked it
This was another audiobook I listened to on my drives to and from Gordon. I revisited another book from my childhood, one that I remembered having enjoyed a lot and having more or less inspired some of the quirks in my personality. Peter Abrahams does a really good job of getting inside the mind of a 13 year old who's under a lot of pressure and stress. The family relationships were especially realistic, and the types of ideas that Ingrid comes up with are exactly what I would expect from a typi ...more
Gabs {My Full Bookshelf Reviews}
This review (and others) can be found on My Full Bookshelf

Stephen King blurbed this. And then compared it to Harry Potter. This book is not comparable to Harry Potter.

First, I did not think that Ingrid was *ahem* particularly smart. She does not tell the police that she was talking to a murder victim right before they died. Then, when she realizes that she left her shoes at the victim's house, what does she do? She sneaks into the crime scene and removes the shoes, not realizing until later tha
Aug 04, 2010 rated it liked it
Shelves: middle-grade, mystery
My opinion of children's mysteries hinges a lot upon one issue: how are the authoritarian figures in the child detective's life gotten rid of so that aforementioned child detective can go on a Grand and Dangerous adventures? This may seem trite, but boy oh boy, does it make a difference.

Authors seem to go about this in several different ways. There's always the old "I lost my cat" routine, ala Encyclopedia Brown. These neighborhood mysteries tend to be much tamer, with more brainwork and less ac
i haven't come across a lot of mysteries aimed at the YA audience. This one was perfectly servicable. Ingrid is a 13 year old girl. She play soccer, acts in the local troupe, generally gets good grades. Completely believable. Then she decides to investigate a murder of a woman she knows marginally. Although I do enjoy murder mysteries, I never quite get why someone wants to butt into a murder investigation. Interviewing people you don't know, sneaking around at night, breaking into places. I don ...more
Really unique and interesting start to this Echo Falls series.
I was captivated from page one. Stephen King even says this is one of his fav series of books too.

I really enjoyed the characters in the book, all interesting and likable. Loved the town, the descriptions. I am looking forward to book 2 which I just happen to have.
This is a YA book but as most of you have seen YA books are a fav of adults all over the world, they can be better than any adult fiction.
Apr 07, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Το διάβασα όταν ήμουν περίπου 14 και το λάτρεψα!Οι μεγαλύτερες ηλικίες δεν θα ευχαριστηθούν το μυστήριο,καθώς είναι αρκετά ξεκάθαρο το ποιος είναι ο ένοχος,αλλά είναι πολύ καλογραμμένο,οι χαρακτήρες συμπαθητικοί,και τα όποια ψεγάδια παρατηρώ τώρα δεν με ενόχλησαν τότε.Για τις ηλικίες στις οποίες απευθύνεται είναι ό,τι πρέπει!
Ben Schneider
Sep 19, 2016 rated it really liked it
Charming, adorable. Just excellent.
May 08, 2018 added it
i loved this book i like the ending and you would never suspect who the murderer is until the very end of the book
Watermelon Daisy

(UPDATE: Upon re-read, I noticed it wasn't more than a 3-star book. But I keep this review for those who want a positive review of it. :) )

I was pleasantly surprised at how this book has become one my favourite novels of all time. Literally. The mystery and the suspense was amazing throughout the story, though a little a predictable, it wasn’t something which I predicted completely. Which is unusual because I usually have a set of ideas of what’ll happen in every mystery, and it didn’t come true
Stacy Fetters
Sep 28, 2016 rated it did not like it
Shelves: sneaky-librarian
DNF after 120 pages!
"When Holmes was doing his deepest thinking, he fell into a sort of trance, played the violin, or snorted cocaine."
Was excited to read a mystery with little aspects of Alice In Wonderland. The best thing about this is the cover. And that's not even that spectacular.
There is only so many times Alice can fall and things can get curiouser and curiouser.
Splash! went to book as I kicked it into the creek!
Jul 26, 2016 rated it really liked it
the mystery isn't exactly unpredictable, but watching Ingrid take a while to figure it all out didn't frustrate me. I would have enjoyed reading more interactions with friends; the people around her were all pretty interesting and well-written, with lots of heavy insinuations (steroids, affairs, fallout from divorces, etc).

there's a moment where Ingrid notices that she resembles a younger Kate Kovac, and I saw something there that I don't know the book meant to imply. Ingrid's behavior is way ou
I think I actually plowed through this book faster than a Harry Potter. I'm really hoping, since "An Echos Falls Mystery" is in the title...maybe that means more will be forthcoming. Our little sleuth, Ingrid Levin-Hill, is a real treat. And if she can come out as well as she did while still in the midst of a lot of teenage craziness (you know, those ideas that should never work, but somehow you manage to get out the other side anyway), by the time she hits her 20's she could be giving her idol ...more
Nov 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing
The book was really entertaining and I really liked it. The dialogue was kind of stupid, being the response was usually awkward and "yeah". I liked how the mystery was really hidden and under the wraps and such. But I didn't like how a lot of the information they give you in the book didn't really matter. Also, the ending was rushed. They cleared everything up, but not very good or in much detail. If it wasn't for the fact I was so entertained through the book to notice any of these wrongs until ...more
May 10, 2009 rated it really liked it
For someone who counts The Westing Game among their favorite books, I haven't made much of an effort to seek out other YA mysteries.

That will now change.

This one is pretty good. The bad guy is pretty obvious from the start of the book, but Ingrid's hunt is fun enough that it doesn't matter. She's a great protagonist, and there's plenty of middle school and family intrigue that keeps the book moving.

Entertaining for fans of YA, no matter how old they are.
Saleh MoonWalker
Onvan : Down the Rabbit Hole (Echo Falls, #1) - Nevisande : Peter Abrahams - ISBN : 60737034 - ISBN13 : 9780060737030 - Dar 407 Safhe - Saal e Chap : 2005
Rebecca McNutt
Apr 24, 2017 rated it liked it
Down the Rabbit Hole has an interesting premise but recycles the same overused ideas and concepts without adding anything new or innovative.
Apr 05, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: middle grade readers
interesting quotes:

"Maybe everything human could be subjective and nothing could be known for sure.
Isabella Upton
Aug 12, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Was a great book suspenseful and funny my only problem was that it was really boring at the start but the end made up for it
Anthony Policastro
In Peter Abrahams’s novel, Down The Rabbit Hole, you will be pleasantly surprised by the way the author skillfully builds suspense in this American cozy. Growing up in what appears to be a typical middle-class environment, Ingrid Levin-Hill is thirteen years old, lives at 99 Maple Lane, in Echo Falls, Connecticut, attends Ferrand Middle School, and is on track to attend an Ivy League college, like Princeton, presumably, if she can keep up her grades in math – Algebra 2. She wears braces on her t ...more
Oct 25, 2009 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: jr/sr high school mystery buffs, especially those who say it isn't a mystery unless someone's dead
Recommended to Jess by: Rob Reid in Reid's Readalouds
Shelves: z_09, mystery-suspense, ya
Ingrid, fan of Sherlock Holmes, soccer, and acting, accidentally leaves her bright red soccer cleats in Cracked-Up Katie's house. This isn't the end of the world until Katie turns up murdered.

I found this when I was looking for something to read to my sixth graders for Halloween. Hating scary stories myself, I figured I'd get away with someone eerie or tension filled. Rob Reid listed it as a readaloud and the portion he selected was perfect, expect for the drunks peeing against the house.

Feb 02, 2008 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: cdcs-young-adult
Stephen King was right--I couldn't put this book down! Next to Harry Potter, this is probably the best "young adult" lit I've read. I say that in quotes because, like Harry Potter, this book is so much more than a young adult novel. It's like a good film that works on multiple levels by not being condescending to the kid audience, but with enough hidden references for the adult one (and not obnoxiously done like in the latter Shrek movies; no, the references here are to icons like Ingrid Bergman ...more
Sep 29, 2012 rated it really liked it
Thirteen year-old Ingrid lives in the town of Echo Falls, Conn., plays soccer in a league, performers with the local theater company, forgets to wear her orthodontist appliance most nights and admires Sherlock Holmes most of all. An attempt at independence finds her lost in the bad part of town, where she's found by the local drunken crazy known as "Cracked-up Katie", who insists on helping Ingrid. As appalled as Ingrid is to have actually talked to the woman and been in her filthy house waiting ...more
Aug 28, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: books-i-own
I think before a parent lets his or her child/en read this book they should read it first to make sure they feel it is suitable for them. There are some adult words used but they are not that bad. He mentions the use of drugs but right after that he mentions the DARE program. He does advertise products but they are items used in everyday life. I mean who does not drink coke or pepsi? Some reviews mention that the brother hits his sister and gets away with it and that gives children the wrong mes ...more
Apr 07, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2016, childrens-books
Fun. Fast paced action.
The character of Ingrid is interesting and smart. I can't quite get a picture of her in my head, but that's okay. She's thirteen and loves Sherlock Holmes stories so when she comes across a mystery, she just has to try to solve it. How she comes to be in the middle of a murder investigation was believable, I think. She's in the middle, but no one knows what she knows. She isn't even sure what she knows.
I will say I figured out whodunit fairly early on, when the villain fir

This was a fairly enjoyable book. It had a lot of action and it swept me right along. I did spot the culprit early on, but that didn't bother me too much. I liked Ingrid and I think Abrahams did a good job making her a fairly realistic teenager--although I do think the chief of police (father to Ingrid's soon-to-be first boyfriend--if I'm not misreading the signs) is a bit slow on the uptake in several scenes where he finds her out wandering about (looking for clues) when she obviously should ha
Aug 16, 2007 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Middle School grades
I enjoyed this book so much I found myself talking out loud to the main character - and I'm not a big mystery fan.
Ingrid is a middle school soccer player and aspiring actress with busy parents and a brother who is the only freshman on the football team. Waiting impatiently for her parents after her orthodontist appointment, Ingrid decides to hoof it to soccer practice - and ends up in the seedy side of Echo Falls where she meets Cracked-Up Katie, a local seen as looney by the kids in town. Ka
Aiden B
Dec 20, 2016 rated it really liked it
In the book down the rabbit hole a girl named Ingrid is a big soccer player. Also she is very into acting. In the beginning she is at a dentist appointment and her mother is running late to pick her up dentist appointment and she has to run to her soccer practice to get there on time. She meets a lady named kate and she sends a cab for Ingrid. Later that lady got killed and Ingrid had forgotten her shoes at her house which was also a murder scene. Ingrid decided to break into her house and stea ...more
Sep 08, 2015 rated it really liked it
This is a delightful, not-so-little, young adult mystery. I'd like to address the three views which showed up the most in the reviews:
1)Predictable? Absolutely. Who cares when the adventure is so much fun.

2)"Adult" themes in a young adult book? There sure is but have you met society's young adults? They are aware, hyper aware, of the bad stuff out there.

3)Not as Alice in Wonderland as I was hoping? If I wanted to read Alice in Wonderland, I know where to find it. Are you even sure Peter Abrahams
Oct 23, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I listened to this as an audio book for a family road trip. The first of the Echo Falls series, I picked it out as something that the whole family may be interested in. It was just coincidence that I grabbed the first in the series. Mandy Siegfried (voice actress) does a wonderful job distinguishing characters and bringing them to life.

This is a great book for the whole family. The adults in the family enjoyed the mystery which wasn’t too predictable as is often the case with young adult books.
Mar 15, 2017 rated it liked it
The author of the book is Peter Abrahams and the book is called Down the Rabbit hole. The main character Ingrid is going to soccer practice and she meets a women named Cracked Up Katie. Ingrid goes to Katie's house because she need to call a cab. Ingrid gets in the cab and goes home. When Ingrid gets home she remembers that she left her res soccer sneakers in Katie's house. So Ingrid rides her bike to Katie's house, walks inside, and grabs her shoes. As Ingrid was leaving the house she heard noi ...more
Matthew Kirchgasser
Jan 02, 2017 rated it really liked it
This story is about a girl named Ingrid who lives in a small town, but gets involved in a murder mystery in a case about the lady nick named "Cracked Up Katie". Ingrid meets Cracked Up Katie when Ingrid tries to walk from her orthodontists to her soccer practice (Which she later realizes is 5 miles away.) While walking along side the road, Ingrid walks past an old rundown house. Cracked Up Katie then walks out of the house with a half lit cigarette and golden high heels. Cracked up Katie talks t ...more
Oct 06, 2015 rated it really liked it
Ingrid needs to read more Shakespeare and less Sherlock Holmes especially the part about "Oh what a tangled web we weave..."

When Ingrid realizes that she's going to be late to soccer practice because her mom forgot to pick her up at her orthodontist appointment, Ingrid decides to run to practice. It's not that far, but she gets lost in a not-great part of town. Cracked-up Katie, the town looney lady, offers to call her a cab. Katie invites Ingrid inside her house while she phones. Ingrid catches
Ayu Ikhwani
2 things made me buy this book

1. The title, which made me believe it was to be some sort of a fantasy genre
2. Because Stephen King said he couldn't put it down

I was wrong on the first account. No, its not about going into another world. The title is more due to the fact that the main character, Ingrid, got to be Alice in the Wonderland play.. oh well!

As for the can't put down part, I guess I have to agree to some degree =)

Since its classified under young adult, the fonts are a bit bigger and the
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This is a classic mystery, with lots of opportunities to guess whodunit. There 19s several interesting twists, and a very exciting finish, but the plot takes a while to develop, with too many 1Cis it a clue? 1D fragments.

That points to the main problem. Abrahams hasn 19t identified his target audience very well. The central character, Ingrid Levin-Hill, is 13 years old, and the sentence structure is MS appropriate. Very few high schoolers would stick with this past the first pages. But there 19
Mar 15, 2017 is currently reading it
What I thought of the book of this book was outstanding. I loved it! It was full of excitement, adventure, and just the right amount of romance with Ingrid. Down The Rabbit Hole is a an amazing book where you can truly relate to the real world. What the book is about is a girl who is 13. It all starts with her getting a ride to go to soccer practice, so she walked. She ends up at cracked up katies how who offers her a taki cab to go home. She wakes up the next day and seeing the news. She saw th ...more
Freya Coulson
Mar 28, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Oct 07, 2013 rated it liked it
Not quite what I was expecting, seemed slightly younger than the usual ya books, and considering Stephen King is saying he's hooked, it's pretty non menacing.
It is however a nice way read,a little bit of mystery, some huge clues that you wonder how can they not be mentioned.
The main character was likeable and fairly normal up to a point, and am going to crack on with next one and hand this to nine year old as light relief after reading his dark materials trilogy.
Oct 10, 2014 rated it it was ok
I'm giving this book a two star rating only because of the writing style which was engaging and moved along quickly.
I had to read this book for a Book Club, that I recently joined. I don't know how many YA books they've read before, but this may have been the first. I've read YA books before, and this by far was the worst. The age range on the book is 5-12. No idea where they got these parameters as a five year old would not be able to read at this level, and a twelve year old may be bored.
Jan 27, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
“When you noticed little things, the world could sometimes be a nasty place.” Unfortunately for 13-year-old Sherlock Holmes buff Ingrid Levin-Hill, noticing little things is a hard habit to break, and the things she notices place Ingrid smack in the middle of a murder mystery in her small town of Echo Falls.

Fearing that she will be a suspect because she accidentally left her distinctive red soccer cleats at the home of the victim, Ingrid sneaks into the crime scene and nearly comes toe-to-toe w
Bethany Ainsworth
I had done some thinking and decided to knock two stars off, giving it one star.

This book has a lot of problems with it. I will give it a list, pointing them out.

1. Ingrid leaves her shoes behind at murder-victim Katie. She hears a door close upstairs and decides that when Katie is being weird, she runs off. When she finds out that Katie lives alone, she doesn't take that information to the police, despite leaving her shoes behind. She doesn't go to them to tell the truth on what happened.

2. She
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Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name.

Peter Abrahams is the author of numerous novels, including End of Story, Oblivion, and Lights Out, which was nominated for an Edgar best novel award. He also writes the best-selling Echo Falls series for younger readers. He lives on Cape Cod.

Peter Abrahams is also writing under the pseudonym Spencer Quinn (Chet
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