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Down The Rabbit Hole: An Echo Falls Mystery Paperback – Apr 12 2006


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  • Paperback: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Balzer & Bray; 1 edition (April 12 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0060737034
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060737030
  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 10.8 x 17.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #72,274 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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Ingrid Levin-Hill, three weeks past her thirteenth birthday, sat thinking in her orthodontist's waiting room. Read the first page
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Move over Nancy Drew! The newest mystery series is here! "Down the Rabbit Hole" is the first book of the intense and suspenseful Echo Falls Mystery series. Inside, you'll find twists and turns around ever corner and a mystery novel you will never forget.

The story takes place in an innocent town, Echo Falls, one day Ingrid Levin-Hill (the main character) goes to get braces and no one picks her up from the orthodontist. She meets Cracked Up Katie (who is a bit crazy) on the street and gets a ride to Cracked Up Katie's house, where Ingrid plans to phone for a taxi. At Cracked Up Katie's house, she forgets her red Pumas by accident, and tells herself that she'll pick them up the next day. But... the next day Cracked Up Katie mysteriously dies, and Ingrid gets her feet caught up in a complicated mystery.

The characters in "Down the Rabbit Hole" are life like and full of humour, with their own unique traits. For example, Ingrid's idol is Sherlock Holmes, and she loves mysteries. If she didn't love mysteries so much the story would be boring because she wouldn't be interested about the crime. Ingrid's grandfather, known as "Grampy" is one of a kind. He taught Ingrid how to use a gun, and how to drive a tractor. Also, he has a grudge against the Real Estate Agency because they are determined to buy his farm, but he doesn't want to sell it. There are even animals that make the book what it is. Take Nigel for example. A stray dog that Ingrid and her family adopted. Nigel is probably he friendliest dog you will meet, and he and the Levin-Hills bonded right away. Nigel actually plays a big part in the mystery.

Peter Abrahams is an amazing writer. Abrahams finds clever ways to surprise his reader with an unexpected ending.
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Down the Rabbit Hole

How do you solve a murder mystery all on your own, without much help, even from the police? Well, meet Ingrid, a girl who is determined to get to the bottom of a mystery. Ingrid stars in Down the Rabbit Hole which is an exciting, surprising, and a suspenseful mystery written novel by Peter Abrahams.

Ingrid Levin-Hill is a thirteen year old girl who lives in Echo Falls, a town that is a quiet, and there are no crimes. One day when Ingrid doesn't get picked up from her orthodontic appointment, she wanders around town to quickly get to her soccer practice, and meets Cracked-Up Katie, an elder who is willing to get her a taxi ride back to her house. But just when you least expect it, Cracked-Up Katie suddenly dies in her home, and Ingrid realizes that she left her red soccer cleats in Katie's house. When she goes out in the middle of the night to get them, she gets a lot more clues about the mystery. Soon, Ingrid realizes that she must solve the mystery all on her own, even though she's really busy with schoolwork, soccer and acting. If she doesn't solve the mystery, it might be too late, and something could go terribly wrong

There are many things a book needs to make a unique story. For one thing, a book needs steady pacing. Down the Rabbit Hole is a great example for that. In the beginning of the book, the pacing is really fast, but the author gets right to the point. In the middle of the book, the pacing slows down quite a bit, but it has a lot of clues along the way to help you solve the rest of the mystery. At the end of the book, I think that the pacing becomes steadier and it's not too slow or fast. For example, you first find out about the murder on page thirty-eight, and the book is about four hundred pages long.
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It was a little slow to get into to, but once I did, I was in love! I read this book for a 8th Grade independent reading project, and I'm glad I chose this book. Abrahms makes Ingrid seem real, and all her problems realisitic. An Awesome Book, and I'd recommend it to almost anyone! I don't have the words to say how much I loved it. GREAT BOOK!!!
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By Bookworm on Sept. 12 2006
Format: Paperback
After reading Down the Rabbit Hole i am pretty sure i have no nails left as i was constantly biting them! This was a meal-skipping novel that kept me staying up late every night. Five Stars all the way!
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Wow! Mr.Abrahams can really write. In this novel, we follow Ingrid Levin-Hill, a thirteen year old girl, who wishes she had a cooler name. Who wants to be named after some actress from the forties? Well, Ingrid is also an aspiring actress and a star soccer player, who can outrun almost anyone. Well, those speedy legs prove to help her. One morning, while reading the paper, she hears there's been a murder, and the woman murdered has Ingrid's red soccer shoes. Ingrid is so busy with everything: soccer, theatre practice, for her lead role as Alice, and her math homework that she can't stand to do. As busy as she is, she still finds time to get help from Sherlock Holmes, her idol, and that helps her to solve the murder of Katie Kovac, the one who has her shoes.

This book is very well written, and recommended to all children, and even adults, who like a good mystery. Be sure to also check out the sequel, called Behind the Curtain, which is also very good.
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