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The Adventures of Tintin: Tintin in America / Cigars of the Pharaoh / The Blue Lotus (3 Complete Adventures in One Volume, Vol. 1) [Hardcover]

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5.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating Stories! Dec 19 2000
By Emma
The Tintin books are fascinating in their simple and easy to understand details and plot. I'm thirteen years old, and I must say that these books are some of my favorites to read when I'm tired. They are mysteries, but fun to read over and over. My favorite so far is probably "Tintin and the Broken Ear," "The Black Island," or "Explorers on the Moon." These are books for all ages of people, and I disagree with a review stating that the print was hard to read, I started reading these books when I was eight or nine, and I never found the print difficult, though that is my own personal experience. These books are a treasure!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Magnificent! Feb. 16 2001
By A Customer
This is a wonderful book that is perfect for any age. I've been reading Tintin since I was about 4 and right now, I'm 12. You may think of Tintin as just a regular kid's book, but trust me, these books are perfect for even adults (like my father, who is 48). It's full of mystery, comedy, and just regular old fun! All of his books have something interesting to talk about. The pictures are very clear and accurate, especially when it comes to portraying actual places.If you are looking at this book, BUY IT NOW!("Cigars of the Pharaoh" is a great book).
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3.0 out of 5 stars Another Tintin adventure series! Oct. 17 2001
Being a long time fan of Tintin the 3-book volume was appealing, for economic reasons, and the size has not been reduced drastically enough to make it unattractive. But 'Tintin in America' was a disappointment. Compared to all the other Tintin's this is probably the most pathetic one (very very cliched, boring story with too many unbelievable, even for Tintin comics, twists), while Cigar's of Pharoh and Blue Lotus are on par with the others.
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4.0 out of 5 stars One of the older, more comical books. Quite good. June 30 1997
By A Customer
When tintin arrives in chicago in the beginning of Tintin in america,
we start out on one of the best tintin books ever. Allthough more
unbelievable than some of the later, more down to earth of Herge's
books, the book is quite entertaining and fun. The story changes
quite rapidly when the indian scene comes up, and when the indian
grounds change into a metropolotin city over night, but this book,
is still one of the best.

Bye Lars N
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