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Hardy Boys 01: The Tower Treasure (The Hardy Boys) Versión Kindle
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This is NOT, repeat NOT, the original 1927 "Tower Treasure". Frank was NOT eighteen in the original version. Adelia did NOT lend money to Mr Robinson in the original 1927 version. The illustrations alone tell the reader that this is NOT the original 1927 version.
I have nothing against this 1959 revision of the original story, but I wanted to get the ORIGINAL version on my Kindle. It had been my plan to get the original five stories (all in chronological order). I am glad I only bought the first one.\
If Amazon can produce the ORIGINAL VERSIONS of these fine stories, I shall be glad to purchase them.
Make sure you read the uncensored version from 1927, not the ridiculous and absurd rewrite from 1959. Besides crude censorship, the rewrite is also incoherent since several chapters were ripped out. The '27 version is available used or in the reprint by Applewood Books.
Although McFarlane's original version of the book takes a little less credulity to enjoy, it's still hardly "literature." Nevertheless, the action is just right for 8-10 year olds. This book keeps mine on the edges of their seats. Frankly, more sophisticated action-adventure might be confusing to persons their age.
The book has some stereotypes and language that would be received with offense since the latter half of the 20th century, but it is an honest and benign vignette of American culture in its day. I'm glad some things have changed in the last 90 years, but I don't see any good coming from hiding the past.