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  • Author:
    Carolyn Keene
  • ISBN:
    0942545370
  • ISBN13:
    978-0942545371
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  • Publisher:
    Grey Castle Press (October 1, 1988)
  • Pages:
    149 pages
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    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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Carolyn Keene White Water Terror Nancy Drew Files – Case 6, 1987Chapter One You’ve got to be kidding, Bess Marvin said.

Carolyn Keene White Water Terror Nancy Drew Files – Case 6, 1987Chapter One You’ve got to be kidding, Bess Marvin said. She looked up from her seat in Nancy Drew’s bedroom, where she was polishing her long, delicate nails. Chapter One. You’ve got to be kidding, Bess Marvin said. I’m not going on any wilderness trip! But, Bess, you’ll love it, countered her cousin George Fayne. Sitting cross-legged on her bed, Nancy Drew was engrossed in a puzzle and trying to block out the sound of her best friends’ voices.

White water terror (nancy drew files . Carolyn Keene. Case I actually, literally remember reading, because I enjoyed the premise of Ned finally asking Nancy to marry him (even if she did say no!). Deadly Doubles (Nancy Drew Casefiles, Case 7). But I don't remember any of the other Nancy Drew Files that I know I must have read back then. I do recall reading quite a few of the original Nancy Drew mystery stories-starting way back in kindergarten!-and so many of those titles remain with me.

White Water Terror book. The end was kinda annoying because it has to do with a case that there is no book about. White water rafting isn't exactly my thing, but this sixth outing in the Nancy Drew Files series was great fun nonetheless.

006 White Water Terror, . Part of Nancy Drew Files series by Carolyn Keene. Nancy thought back to her last case, Hit and Run Holiday, a Florida vacation that had nearly gotten her killed

006 White Water Terror, . The more difficult the puzzle, the better Nancy liked it. Thinking hard kept her mind limbered up for her more challenging work as a detective. Nancy thought back to her last case, Hit and Run Holiday, a Florida vacation that had nearly gotten her killed. She had come to realize the importance of spending relaxed time with her friends. We do need a break, she said.

Carolyn Keene White Water Terror Nancy Drew Files – Case 6, 1987 Chapter One You’ve got to be kidding, Bess Marvin said

Carolyn Keene White Water Terror Nancy Drew Files – Case 6, 1987 Chapter One You’ve got to be kidding, Bess Marvin said. Nancy Drew Files – Case 6, 1987. I’m not going on any wilderness trip!

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Subcatergory: Water Sports. White Water Terror (Nancy Drew Casefiles, Case 6) by Carolyn Keene ePub version. 1858 downloads at 24 mb/s. White Water Terror (Nancy Drew Casefiles, Case 6) by Carolyn Keene PDF version. 1678 downloads at 25 mb/s. Nancy and her friends are enjoying a white-water rafting trip until it is marred by sabotage, and when one member of the group is killed and another is missing, it's clear they are being stalked by a ruthless murderer. Download White Water Terror (Nancy Drew Casefiles, Case 6) by Carolyn Keene free.

Nancy Drew is on a white water adventure that soon becomes a deadly game of cat and mouse. When George wins a rafting trip on a wild Montana river, Nancy and Ned agree it's time for a vacation. Bess is persuaded to go because there will be boys in the group.

White Water Terror is the sixth book in The Nancy Drew Files series. It was first published December 1986 by Pocket Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. In this book, Nancy and her friends dodge danger on a white water rafting trip. Nancy and her friends set out to have a fun and exciting white water rafting trip, which George got free tickets for in a contest she doesn't remember entering.

Nancy and her friends find their lives in danger when a maniac stalks them while they are on a white water rafting expedition.

Dainris
I started "White Water Terror" a few weeks ago and I've been so busy since then I really haven't had time to read anything for leisure. That and the book kind of had a slow start, so I didn't feel compelled to find random bits of time to read more and more of it. Even so, it definitely was better out of the figurative gates than the likes of "Smile and Say Murder", the last Nancy Drew File I tried to read. Yet after that debacle, skipping purposefully over #5 (the cover art was just too silly!), I decided to read case 6. This story had the gang--Nancy, Ned, George, and Bess--trekking through the mountains of Montana after a white water rafting trip George won turned sour. Her peculiar contest prize was no prize, especially as a killer was one of the other rafters on the tour!

A part of me is wondering why I continue to read these books, as I honestly find Nancy as a heroine to be rather unlikable. She seems very selfish to me in this particular series; at least as compared to other versions of her in other ND series. Nevertheless, I have a particular fondness for tomboy George (always have!) and while I don't picture her with curly hair as written, her spunk and loyalty continue to attract me to her character. And of course there's faithful Ned, star quarterback and understanding, supportive boyfriend extraordinaire. He deserves so much better than Nancy.

But what about the plot? I keep finding myself comparing these particular Nancy Drew books to some sort of female-centric "MacGyver" episodes in my head. There isn't much mystery per se in this installment, but there is a decent amount of action and adventure. The mood is set well: at times I could feel a certain trepidation and nervousness for the various characters as they dealt with different issues they encountered, all alone in the wilderness, always sleeping with one figurative eye open. However, the ending was a bit, erm, convenient. And Bess' boy-craziness in this series is starting to grate on me! Nevertheless, as an evening read (I picked up last night where I had left off and finished the book before retiring), it was enjoyable and makes me have hope that I won't encounter another catastrophe in this series--like Case #4--for quite some time.
INwhite
The Nancy Drew Files are an "update" of Carolyn Keene's famous girl-detective, shifted from the 1950s into the 1980s and given more modern settings (including a high school, the music industry, a magazine company and so on). The back of the book enthusiastically states: "Nancy Drew has become a girl of the 80s!" which is hardly going to impress anyone living in the 21st century. Although the original series is timeless, book in "The Files" series already feel dated, what with several descriptions of 80s fashion and style.

Nancy is more interested in her clothes and hairstyles this time around, and doesn't really *feel* like Nancy anymore. If it wasn't for the fact that she's called Nancy, and that the description of her includes her trademark red-blonde hair (which oddly enough, isn't depicted on any of the cover art where she looks more like a blonde) this protagonist really could be anyone.

But as basic mystery stories go, this is a pleasantly diverting series and the books can be read in one sitting - though naturally they don't even come close to comparing with the original series. The mysteries here are feather-light, and can probably be solved by the reader before even Nancy herself, particularly in the case of "White Water Terror."

When George wins free tickets to a white water rafting expedition on Lost River in Montana, Nancy enthusiastically decides to join her, especially since it gives her an excuse to spend some alone-time with Ned. But then odd things start to occur: George has no memory of entering the competition, Nancy receives an ominous phone-call warning her not to go, and the four friends (George, Nancy, Bess and Ned) nearly have a fatal accident on their way to the river when they realize that a barricade has been removed from a road that's been destroyed by a rockslide. Once at Lost River Junction they meet up with their guides: Paula and Max, as well as the other winners, who also have no memory of entering the competition.

The situation has "death trap" written all over it, but since when has that stopped Nancy? The group takes to the water despite her niggling feeling that she recognizes Paula, and rumours that Max was once in a rafting accident that resulted in the death of two people. When one of the rafts capsizes and the other is slashed during the night, the group is stranded out in the wilderness (and yes, in case you were wondering, they *do* have a brief run-in with a bear). Then two of the rafters go missing, and it becomes more apparent that someone in the group is out to endanger Nancy's life...

Obviously more of a thriller than a mystery, the book mostly concerns the group's struggle for survival and their trek back to civilization. Many of the characters are superfluous to the action, and the culprit is fairly obvious from the word go (and whose plan to kill Nancy is hopelessly convoluted). Though it's not the best book in this series, it's still a short and diverting read, and it does manage to achieve a certain sense of suspense and tension that holds up well as the rafters struggle through the forests of Montana.
Danrad
This book was very good! It is where nancy, bess, ned, and george go white water rafting and camping after george wins a trip there. They meet many other people that are going on the trip, and once they leave for the trip, bad things start happening. A raft is torn to shreds, one person goes missing, and one falls off the cliffs and dies. Then they start running out of suppllies, and lose their compass, and they can't find the way back. But you will just have to see for yourself what happens next. Buy is today!
Mr.Death
i don't know what this means but i still want to say i liked this book very much!