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The Flying Saucer Mystery Epub Ë The Flying PDF \



10 thoughts on “The Flying Saucer Mystery

  1. Jerry Jerry says:

    Definitely not up to the standards set by the earlier books.


  2. Joanna Joanna says:

    Wow what a weird mystery I mean, I shouldn t be shocked since it s called the Flying Saucer Mystery and you can t really have a normal story about UFOs, but I really wasn t expecting the acid trip dream Nancy had where she had bird feet and mechanical wings Yeah I can t believe I just wrote that sentence either Also, Nancy doesn t keep this mystery to herself She literally brings in doctors, scientists, and the US Air Force That poor mountain isn t untrampled and peaceful now that Nancy h Wow what a weird mystery I mean, I shouldn t be shocked since it s called the Flying Saucer Mystery and you can t really have a normal story about UFOs, but I really wasn t expecting the acid trip dream Nancy had where she had bird feet and mechanical wings Yeah I can t believe I just wrote that sentence either Also, Nancy doesn t keep this mystery to herself She literally brings in doctors, scientists, and the US Air Force That poor mountain isn t untrampled and peaceful now that Nancy has exposed it to the whole world As usual we discover the sleuths have some convenient skills George and Burt are mushroom experts , there s stereotypes and insensitive treatment of Native Americans, and Nancy casually pets a wildcat I loved that Bess stood up against George s fat shaming with some sass, and I believe this is the first time the Dana Girls are referenced, which was a fun Easter egg I think this is also either the first or one of very few mysteries that doesn t have a villain It was just a lot of weird stuff happening all at once apparently The one thing I didn t like because all of the above just comes with Nancy Drew territory and you have to either love it or leave it was the lack of closure about the forest fire Did the lumberjacks start it Was it an accident What even happened to the lumberjacks Why couldn t they follow simple instructions Why did no one follow up on that whole situation I need answers


  3. stephanie sancibrian stephanie sancibrian says:

    This is the worse Nancy Drew I ve ever read and I ve read them all


  4. Kevin Kevin says:

    Not really one of the better Nancy Drew books, but the quirky premise earns it 4 stars.


  5. Darinda Darinda says:

    Nancy Drew and her friends Bess, George, Ned, Dave, and Burt go camping in a forest where a UFO has been spotted The friends are looking to solve the mystery by locating the flying sauce, learning something about it, and finding out where it came from.This Nancy Drew book was a bit different than the others I ve read Not a favorite of mine, but still an entertaining story.


  6. Marian Marian says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book was a TRIP, y all I m giving it four stars just for the absurd amusement it gave me This one was published in 1980, but honestly, you can t tell It seems like it was intentionally written to be a little vague about what decade it is You can easily imagine the Nancy Drew of the 1950s It s been too long since I read any Nancy Drew to remember if they re all written that way.I feel like this book was written because someone was bored with the same old mystery stories and had an itch This book was a TRIP, y all I m giving it four stars just for the absurd amusement it gave me This one was published in 1980, but honestly, you can t tell It seems like it was intentionally written to be a little vague about what decade it is You can easily imagine the Nancy Drew of the 1950s It s been too long since I read any Nancy Drew to remember if they re all written that way.I feel like this book was written because someone was bored with the same old mystery stories and had an itch for some pulp science fiction It s such a strange mash up and not at all what you d expect It starts out normally enough Nancy Friends are off to explore a mountain on another whirlwind adventure They ve got packhorses, they meet a mountain man by the name of Old Joe who has his own mystery for them to solve , and a Shawnee Native American named Shoso who is probably a little too much of a stereotype Then we learn about a swamp, a flying saucer, and acidic dirt that eats through leather Nancy and boyfriend Ned get high as fucking kites on swamp gas and pass out to have hallucinogenic dreams of flying away to unknown planets, communicating telepathically, and having weird bird feet To wrap, we find out that Old Joe and Shoso are actually brothers And the US Air Force comes to reclaim the UFO, which is apparently a craft of their own design there were some questions about whether it was another country s craft come to spy on us but ha What other country could possibly betechnologically advanced than the good ole US of A The only other thing I ll add about this book is that plump Bess is a girl after my own heart, and George can go eat a bag of dicks for being such a fat shaming jerk


  7. Heidi Heidi says:

    It was nostaligic for me, reading this book with Torin, not that I remember this particular Nancy Drew mystery, but I read them ALL I much preferred the ones where she was in a spooky old house, pressing on walls to find a secret passageway Oh well, one thing about this bookwe read my old copy straight from Lisbon Community School, with checkout signatures of Stacee Munson, Jill Reiling, and Heather Caspers What a hoot.


  8. Olivia Olivia says:

    This one makes me mad because by the end you have so many questions and none of them get answered because it s classified government information And Nancy is just like .Okay Come on, Nancy wouldn t stop until she found out the answers, especially after all the weird stuff that happened to her It s frustrating.


  9. Mskychick Mskychick says:

    Placeholder for reread of Warsworn by Elizabeth Vaughan


  10. Freya Gordon Freya Gordon says:

    I want some of whatever the writers of this were on So Nancy and her friends head into the woods to investigate a flying saucer There s no real introduction to the main characters in this book we re 58 books into the Nancy Drew series so it s pretty much assumed we know who everyone is Nancy has red hair, George is slim and Bess is not slim The boys are.also there..and that s pretty much it The real meat of this story comes about when the whirling flying saucer creates a cyclone tha I want some of whatever the writers of this were on So Nancy and her friends head into the woods to investigate a flying saucer There s no real introduction to the main characters in this book we re 58 books into the Nancy Drew series so it s pretty much assumed we know who everyone is Nancy has red hair, George is slim and Bess is not slim The boys are.also there..and that s pretty much it The real meat of this story comes about when the whirling flying saucer creates a cyclone that destroys their picnic and lands in a hallucinogenic swamp Yep This is the book where Nancy and Ned hallucinate they are on another planet, telepathic and part bird It s never explained exactly why this happened Though perhaps it has something to do with the highly concentrated acid produced by this gassy swamp We never do get an explanation for how Old Joe s father knew the lost flying saucer was going to return in 10 years.other than I guess he was psychic Or how the flying saucer got lost Or how it stayed lost for so long.did no one notice a cyclone causing UFO spinning round the USA In fact we don t really get an explanation for much But Nancy and her friends get a ride on a new flying machine so I guess everything is resolved There s also the side plot of Old Joe and his family mystery which is solved by this group of teenagers stumbling about a forest for a couple of days rather than the experienced woodsman who has spent 10 years of his life trying to figure it out This family secret resolves in a character finding out he is part Native American that is NOT what they re calling it in this book though and that his father hid this from him as a shameful secret AND includes a Native American character who doesn t speak English and communicates through charades So yeah.this book is trippy AND racist Special mentions to Ned whose reaction to a guy introducing himself as Old Joe is to demand his full name Ned, you are a teenager on a horse in the woods at night who has just been rescued from a wild animal, why do you need to know people s government names Bess who needs to find some better friends.Shoso whose side of the story would have been muchinteresting and would be the book I d actually want to read


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The Flying Saucer Mystery [PDF / Epub] ☉ The Flying Saucer Mystery By Carolyn Keene – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Nancy and her friends in search of information about a UFO become involved in another mystery involving the inheritance of an old man who lives in the forest Nancy and her friends in search of information about a UFO become involved in another mystery involving the inheritance of an The Flying PDF \ old man who lives in the forest.

10 thoughts on “The Flying Saucer Mystery

  1. Jerry Jerry says:

    Definitely not up to the standards set by the earlier books.

  2. Joanna Joanna says:

    Wow what a weird mystery I mean, I shouldn t be shocked since it s called the Flying Saucer Mystery and you can t really have a normal story about UFOs, but I really wasn t expecting the acid trip dream Nancy had where she had bird feet and mechanical wings Yeah I can t believe I just wrote that sentence either Also, Nancy doesn t keep this mystery to herself She literally brings in doctors, scientists, and the US Air Force That poor mountain isn t untrampled and peaceful now that Nancy h Wow what a weird mystery I mean, I shouldn t be shocked since it s called the Flying Saucer Mystery and you can t really have a normal story about UFOs, but I really wasn t expecting the acid trip dream Nancy had where she had bird feet and mechanical wings Yeah I can t believe I just wrote that sentence either Also, Nancy doesn t keep this mystery to herself She literally brings in doctors, scientists, and the US Air Force That poor mountain isn t untrampled and peaceful now that Nancy has exposed it to the whole world As usual we discover the sleuths have some convenient skills George and Burt are mushroom experts , there s stereotypes and insensitive treatment of Native Americans, and Nancy casually pets a wildcat I loved that Bess stood up against George s fat shaming with some sass, and I believe this is the first time the Dana Girls are referenced, which was a fun Easter egg I think this is also either the first or one of very few mysteries that doesn t have a villain It was just a lot of weird stuff happening all at once apparently The one thing I didn t like because all of the above just comes with Nancy Drew territory and you have to either love it or leave it was the lack of closure about the forest fire Did the lumberjacks start it Was it an accident What even happened to the lumberjacks Why couldn t they follow simple instructions Why did no one follow up on that whole situation I need answers

  3. stephanie sancibrian stephanie sancibrian says:

    This is the worse Nancy Drew I ve ever read and I ve read them all

  4. Kevin Kevin says:

    Not really one of the better Nancy Drew books, but the quirky premise earns it 4 stars.

  5. Darinda Darinda says:

    Nancy Drew and her friends Bess, George, Ned, Dave, and Burt go camping in a forest where a UFO has been spotted The friends are looking to solve the mystery by locating the flying sauce, learning something about it, and finding out where it came from.This Nancy Drew book was a bit different than the others I ve read Not a favorite of mine, but still an entertaining story.

  6. Marian Marian says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book was a TRIP, y all I m giving it four stars just for the absurd amusement it gave me This one was published in 1980, but honestly, you can t tell It seems like it was intentionally written to be a little vague about what decade it is You can easily imagine the Nancy Drew of the 1950s It s been too long since I read any Nancy Drew to remember if they re all written that way.I feel like this book was written because someone was bored with the same old mystery stories and had an itch This book was a TRIP, y all I m giving it four stars just for the absurd amusement it gave me This one was published in 1980, but honestly, you can t tell It seems like it was intentionally written to be a little vague about what decade it is You can easily imagine the Nancy Drew of the 1950s It s been too long since I read any Nancy Drew to remember if they re all written that way.I feel like this book was written because someone was bored with the same old mystery stories and had an itch for some pulp science fiction It s such a strange mash up and not at all what you d expect It starts out normally enough Nancy Friends are off to explore a mountain on another whirlwind adventure They ve got packhorses, they meet a mountain man by the name of Old Joe who has his own mystery for them to solve , and a Shawnee Native American named Shoso who is probably a little too much of a stereotype Then we learn about a swamp, a flying saucer, and acidic dirt that eats through leather Nancy and boyfriend Ned get high as fucking kites on swamp gas and pass out to have hallucinogenic dreams of flying away to unknown planets, communicating telepathically, and having weird bird feet To wrap, we find out that Old Joe and Shoso are actually brothers And the US Air Force comes to reclaim the UFO, which is apparently a craft of their own design there were some questions about whether it was another country s craft come to spy on us but ha What other country could possibly betechnologically advanced than the good ole US of A The only other thing I ll add about this book is that plump Bess is a girl after my own heart, and George can go eat a bag of dicks for being such a fat shaming jerk

  7. Heidi Heidi says:

    It was nostaligic for me, reading this book with Torin, not that I remember this particular Nancy Drew mystery, but I read them ALL I much preferred the ones where she was in a spooky old house, pressing on walls to find a secret passageway Oh well, one thing about this bookwe read my old copy straight from Lisbon Community School, with checkout signatures of Stacee Munson, Jill Reiling, and Heather Caspers What a hoot.

  8. Olivia Olivia says:

    This one makes me mad because by the end you have so many questions and none of them get answered because it s classified government information And Nancy is just like .Okay Come on, Nancy wouldn t stop until she found out the answers, especially after all the weird stuff that happened to her It s frustrating.

  9. Mskychick Mskychick says:

    Placeholder for reread of Warsworn by Elizabeth Vaughan

  10. Freya Gordon Freya Gordon says:

    I want some of whatever the writers of this were on So Nancy and her friends head into the woods to investigate a flying saucer There s no real introduction to the main characters in this book we re 58 books into the Nancy Drew series so it s pretty much assumed we know who everyone is Nancy has red hair, George is slim and Bess is not slim The boys are.also there..and that s pretty much it The real meat of this story comes about when the whirling flying saucer creates a cyclone tha I want some of whatever the writers of this were on So Nancy and her friends head into the woods to investigate a flying saucer There s no real introduction to the main characters in this book we re 58 books into the Nancy Drew series so it s pretty much assumed we know who everyone is Nancy has red hair, George is slim and Bess is not slim The boys are.also there..and that s pretty much it The real meat of this story comes about when the whirling flying saucer creates a cyclone that destroys their picnic and lands in a hallucinogenic swamp Yep This is the book where Nancy and Ned hallucinate they are on another planet, telepathic and part bird It s never explained exactly why this happened Though perhaps it has something to do with the highly concentrated acid produced by this gassy swamp We never do get an explanation for how Old Joe s father knew the lost flying saucer was going to return in 10 years.other than I guess he was psychic Or how the flying saucer got lost Or how it stayed lost for so long.did no one notice a cyclone causing UFO spinning round the USA In fact we don t really get an explanation for much But Nancy and her friends get a ride on a new flying machine so I guess everything is resolved There s also the side plot of Old Joe and his family mystery which is solved by this group of teenagers stumbling about a forest for a couple of days rather than the experienced woodsman who has spent 10 years of his life trying to figure it out This family secret resolves in a character finding out he is part Native American that is NOT what they re calling it in this book though and that his father hid this from him as a shameful secret AND includes a Native American character who doesn t speak English and communicates through charades So yeah.this book is trippy AND racist Special mentions to Ned whose reaction to a guy introducing himself as Old Joe is to demand his full name Ned, you are a teenager on a horse in the woods at night who has just been rescued from a wild animal, why do you need to know people s government names Bess who needs to find some better friends.Shoso whose side of the story would have been muchinteresting and would be the book I d actually want to read

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