Tom Sawyer, Detective

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  • Title: Tom Sawyer, Detective
  • Author: Mark Twain
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  1. Tom Sawyer Detective Wow Ever seen the Bad News Bears Walter Matthau and Tatum O Neal Pretty good movie Then they came out with Bad News Bears, Breaking Training and then Bad News Bears Go To Japan Tom Sawyer Detective serves as the Bad News Bears Go to Japan installment of the Tom Huck franchise.Yeah, Twain was milking it, but I have to admit this book is still worth reading if only for Twain s inimitable style In this episode, Tom s uncle goes on trial for murder and Tom Sawyer ends up basical [...]


  2. Twain stavolta trasforma una nuova avventura di Tom Sawyer e Huck ormai inseparabili in una vera e propria indagine poliziesca Si legge in poche ore Gli avvenimenti di questa storia, processo incluso, sono realmente accaduti e sembra una puntata di CSI con cadavere compreso e scagionamento di quello che era erroneamente creduto il vero assassino.



  3. There is a reason Tom Sawyer, Detective remains almost unheard of A very, very good reason From a literary standpoint, it is awful The mystery is dramatic and improbable I had the murder figured out almost from the start The only interesting bit was when Tom s Uncle Silas initially got blamed However, even that wasn t very well explained The fact that a court room would allow a teenager to just interrupt the proceedings and spin a dramatic tale is hard enough to swallow But that they would then [...]


  4. As I enjoyed Tom Sawyer, and really enjoyed The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, which I considered quite a subversive book which is a big plus for me , I thought this would provide me double enjoyment detective fiction and revisiting with Tom and Huck Well, it wasn t much of a mystery, and though it is narrated by Huck, Huck seems less authentic than in his own book, and is even somewhat citified and not dressed as shabbily as elsewhere Even in Tom Sawyer, he is characterized as something of a w [...]


  5. Tom Sawyer Detective by Mark Twain is a lesser known codicil to Huckleberry Finn This twisting tale of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry sees them back down south looking for new adventures Like the well known predecessors, this is a beautifully written tale of youth This short story should be read by all Twain lovers Published in 1896 this supplement adds color to both unforgettable characters I recommend this book to all reading lovers.


  6. Chapter 1 An Invitation for Tom and HuckI knew before I started reading that this story was going to be too short I really know it after reading this first chapter I have fallen in love with the narrative Just as I did as a kid reading Huck Finn I assumed this would be of a Tom Sawyer tale, due to the title and all, but it s like Huck Huck is narrating Tom is being clever These two are just awesome together.Also, this story seems and like a fanfic to me Twain himself opens the story with a n [...]


  7. I didn t even know this existed till I stumbled across a free Kindle copy It s really a novella about 80 pages of what happens when Tom and Huck get entangled in a murder mystery, based on an actual case that Mark Twain freely admits to using in the opening paragraphs It s an entertaining story set in the Tom Sawyer universe but nothing dreadfully ground breaking tho I did learn a bit about the times and laws I m still astonished that a barely adolescent Tom was his Uncle Silas de facto lawyer [...]


  8. I can see why this wasn t as successful as the first two books in the series It took me a little while to get into it, I was a bit ho hum in the beginning But I enjoyed it as a went along You have to stretch your mind a little to accept the plot And of course, the book is a reflection of its times and setting.


  9. Wonderful little Twain novella that gets you back in the mood for adventures Tom s antics and Huck s musings are hilarious but brilliant It s most all of the good elements of both previous boos squished into a hundred pages.


  10. Se pusessem diante de n s um mist rio e um pastel, a escolha nem necessitava de ser recomendada, estava feita por si s Tom Sawyer Detective segue os livros As Aventuras de Tom Sawyer , As Aventuras de Huckleberry Finn e As Viagens de Tom Sawyer.Huck Finn o nosso narrador e, juntamente com Tom Saywer, o protagonista numa hist ria de mist rio que envolve diamantes roubados, um estranho peculiar, um irm o g meo supostamente desaparecido, uma ca a ao homem, um cad ver e uma confiss o de assassinato [...]


  11. Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn visit Aunt Sally and Uncle Silas again to solve a murder most foul Honestly, while this is a good book, Tom Sawyer is not a particularly exciting detective to follow I am glad the last three books in the Tom Sawyer Huck Finn series are narrated by Huck, so that s a plus Not as memorable or baffling as Tom Sawyer Abroad, and neither book three or book four are on par with The Adventures of Tom Sawyer or The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.


  12. The first time I ever heard of Tom Sawyer s name is from Lost TV series, perhaps as a tribute to Mark Twain judging from other character s name Tom Sawyer has that likeable breadth of confidence flowing through him and completed with his intelligence and sharp eyes I particularly enjoyed his performance if I may say that in the court He certainly know how to work a crowd or as Huck Finn put it the effect.


  13. This one isn t really a novel, so it took only 75 minutes to read, which is good, because despite moments of wit and the always welcome voice of Huck Finn, this is a story that falls somewhere between Scooby Doo Where Are You and Murder She Wrote for fans of murder mystery Pleasant enough, and I may have loved it at age 12, but I think it s the least of Twain s writing so far Of course, I m a terrible judge of YA literature, and that s really what this is.


  14. At least it s short I probably would have thought this was OK if it didn t purport to be in Huck Finn s voice As an ordinary short story, without Huck and Tom, it would be at least mildly diverting But as a mash up, it didn t work for me at all But like I said, it s short.


  15. I actually liked this better than either TOM SAWYER too childish or HUCKLEBERRY FINN too episodic It comes across as a YA version of Sherlock Holmes, only set in the deep South.



  16. Like a cheesy infomercial, Mark Twain could not help but say, but wait there s After The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain wrote a sequel called Tom Sawyer, Detective which was also the prequel to Tom Sawyer Abroad Mark Twain used this book, and others, to entertain audiences everywhere This entertainment is brought through Twain s ability to help remove the reader from their average lives and drop them into the life of Huck Finn He starts the story with, Well it was the next spring af [...]


  17. J ai retrouv tout ce que je n aime pas dans les policiers Les co ncidences trop grosses pour tre vrai, les fausses pistes qui ne servent qu embrouiller et le g nie qui dans les deux derni res pages expliquent comment il a tout compris sans poser aucune question qui que ce soit juste en observant devant une assembl e b ate d admiration Le jour o je tomberai sur un roman policier dans lequel l enqu teur a l air d en chier, s gare sur de fausses pistes et d couvre la sueur de son front la v rit san [...]


  18. li esse livro faz anos mas at hoje me lembro a minha emo o lendo AQUELE plot twist cl ssico bem escrito, ic nico e f cil de entender sem enrola o pra fingir que culto e filos fico vc quer, james joyce


  19. Humorous, minor Twain I think I would put this a notch above Tom Sawyer Abroad, but the funniest parts of TSA were funnier than the funniest parts of TSD.



  20. This is obviously not as good as the original books but still its fun to revisit these famous characters Tom proves here to be even resourceful.


  21. Persisted but not to my taste Know its a classic but not interested in murder mystery crime let alone fictional historical crime Will try a few other books by Mr Clements


  22. I read the book Tom Sawyer Detective by Mark Twain This book tells a story about Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn trying to solve a mystery murder The mystery murder is caused by a family who hates their neighbor, because the daughter turned down his marriage proposal Jubiter and Brace killed Jake, a robber that Tom and Huck met on the boat earlier in the story, and made it look like Jubiter was killed by switching clothes Then, they framed Silas, the neighbor, by stealing his clothes when they b [...]


  23. Seit den Abenteuer Huckleberry Finns ist ein Jahr vergangen Es ist wieder Fr hling, als die beiden Jungen eine Einladung von Onkel Silas aus Arkansaw erhalten Es gibt rger mit einem reichen, m chtigen Nachbarn Brace Dunlap wollte Silas lteste Tochter Benny heiraten, diese jedoch weigerte sich Um Brace ein wenig zu beschwichtigen, nahm Silas dessen nichtsnutzigen Bruder Jubiter in Dienst, obwohl er sich das eigentlich nicht leisten kann Nun ist Jubiter verschwunden und man gibt Silas die Schuld T [...]


  24. I loved The Adventures of Tom Sawyer This love was cemented early on through picture books and abridged books and Disney s animated cannibalization When I eventually read Mark Twain s original work, I went through catharsis And after leaving through Huckleberry Finn, which I had already experienced in a similar case of pop culture osmosis, I was just as satisfied.And then I found this novel, Tom Sawyer, Detective, which might as well have been called Tom Sawyer in Space Surely this was a posthum [...]


  25. Don t mock me If it s in my shelf, I m going to read it, even if it s Where s Waldo This really is something you d read on a nice day at the beach, because it s a very simple and fast read Yeah, I haven t got that much to say about it Well, the only real thing that sprung to mind while I was reading it is that Tom Sawyer is a bit of a knob head Why Well, he drags Huck with him so he can go his flights of fancy with some insurance, you know At least, if he dies, Huck will too.Also and this either [...]


  26. I wonder how many have heard of this one, Tom Sawyer, Detective Chapter 1 is subtitled An Invitation for Tom and Huck Twain is great for that, isn t he All those subtitles, like the old Cold War cartoons, Bullwinkle and Rocky, wherein there wasn t only a subtitle, but also another, an alternative, like Tom and Huck set their old nigger free.Twain writes that strange as the incidents in this story are, they are not inventionsey come from an old time Swedish criminal trial Leave it to the Scandhoo [...]


  27. Tom Sawyer, Detective is the fourth and final book in a series by Mark Twain The first two books are well known than books three and four In order of publication they are The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 1876 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 1884 Tom Sawyer Abroad 1884 Tom Sawyer, Detective 1896 I haven t read Tom Sawyer Abroad but of the three I have read, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is my favorite Frankly, though, this entire series is among my least favorite books by Twain I much prefer his n [...]