Down the Rabbit Hole
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,... show more
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, Ingrid is swamped. But as things in Echo Falls keep getting curiouser and curiouser, Ingrid realizes she must solve the murder on her own -- before it's too late!
Publish date: April 25th 2006
Pages no: 407
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Echo Falls (#1)
I admit, I read this book because of the glowing review from Stephen King. The front cover said, “My all-time favorite…astonishing.” The back cover was covered in a much longer review, telling everyone how they’ll love this story. Young teens will love this story. Parents will scratch their heads. E...
Loved this audio. It was a really fun mystery. Peter Abrahams is also Spencer Quinn who writes the Bernie & Chet (adult) mysteries. Can't wait to read the rest.
I do have an unfortunate problem when it comes to amateur-sleuth mysteries: I do love them but I also like a minimum amount of realism, really only a minimum amount, e.g. when it comes to the investigations of the sleuth vs. those of the police. I'd either like to have some reason why the police doe...
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. ...
Down the Rabbit Hole is a perfectly good rainy day read. Ingrid, the protagonist, is likeable enough to make up for the rest of the fairly bland characters, and the mystery, while predictable, is nevertheless entertaining. There are a number of particularly atmospheric scenes throughout Ingrid's inv...