Operation Sherlock

Operation Sherlock When their scientist parents are assigned to a top secret project on a small remote island the five members of the A Gang have to come along and find themselves trying to stop a spy from destroyi

  • Title: Operation Sherlock
  • Author: Bruce Coville
  • ISBN: 9780671892494
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Paperback
  • When their scientist parents are assigned to a top secret project on a small, remote island, the five members of the A.1 Gang have to come along, and find themselves trying to stop a spy from destroying the project.

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    • I really enjoy Bruce Coville novels. This man knows how to write for youngsters. He doesn't write down to them, he challenges them, but manages to keep it within their own reading ability. I just finished reading this aloud to my boys at bedtime. As one might expect, they love the action and adventure, giggle still at the humor, and totally wish they were part of the gang of kids. Everything you want in a book for young boys. The book reminds me of the classic Tom Swift, or Tom Corbett, or Hardy [...]

    • I loved this book when I was in grade school. And I can't be sure, but it probably deserves a lot of the blame for my eventual choice of computer science as a major.It's a book about twelve year olds fighting spies with their mad hacking skills, written by someone who may never have used a computer before. Good times.

    • I offered myself a trip down memory lane with this trilogy. The first of it (and a fourth written by another autor and that was not republished : The Cutlass Clue by Jim Lawrence ) were translated in french when I was a kid. I LOVED them. But I never got the end of the story, because, for some reason, the last 2 books in the trilogy never got translated. I has always bothered me. Re-reading the first book, I realized I nearly knew it by heart. I really must have read it a thousand of time when I [...]

    • Right on TargetI read somewhere once that kids often like to read about protagonists who are a few years older than they are. That way they get to jump ahead a few years, if only vicariously. I thought about that while reading this series, which seems to perfectly capture young teens for readers who are just approaching that age.The kids get to do cool things and have ripping adventures, but the books are written at a high middle grade level that is very inviting.This is all complemented by a ve [...]

    • Genius children meet one another on a deserted island when their scientist-parents team up to design an artificial intelligence. Bored and rebellious, the children decide to devise their own A. I. system despite the constant distraction of various saboteurs and assorted spies. When I was eight, I read Operation Sherlock to pieces. Genius children! Who design robots and drive dune buggies and foil dastardly plots! It was like a book made to order for eight-year-old me. A decade and a half later, [...]

    • In terms of serialized middle-grade mysteries, Bruce Coville’s Operation Sherlock has to be pretty high on my list. While it follows the basic patterns you’ve seen in everything from The Mysterious Benedict Society to Nancy Drew and innumerable others, this particular book fails to get mired down in the way that many of this sort of book do. The plot manages to be typical of the style and yet fresh at the same time. The slightly cyberpunk setting adds a lot, being well-developed and yet not [...]

    • when I was a kid I read and re-read every Bruce Coville book my library had. so imagine my surprise when I discovered that this was oRiginally published back then! Somehow my libraRy NEVER got this series in so I'm finally reading it at the age of thirty two. I gotta say, kid me had great taste because Coville really stands the test of timee kids in this story were crazy smart but at the same time their personalities read realistically. there was intrigue, but at the right level for the target a [...]

    • It's been over 20 years since I read this book, and probably the rest of the series, so I don't remember too much about it although it is one that I had remembered from my childhood and looked up eons ago and couldn't find. Glad that it's still remembered by others!

    • My stomach is not ruled by the clock.As a kid, this series was one of my favorites, I remember getting from the library again and again. A great series of mysteries and great stories of friendship.

    • Another of my favorite books from when I was young. Some great characters and interesting thoughts on technology and its place. Very much a primer for loving science fiction.

    • This book lacked Bruce Coville's usual charm. It was written earlier in his career, perhaps before he had mastered his craft.

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