The Falcon's Malteser Paperback – 20 Nov 1995
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"Extremely entertaining adventure... Full of exciting twists and turns and packed with first class jokes." (The London Parents Guide) "Very funny... there's never a dull moment, with laugh-aloud, irreverent jokes on every page." (The Good Book Guide 2004)" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
'Nonstop action and clever, deadpan humour.' (Booklist)
'Extremely entertaining adventure ... Full of exciting twists and turns and packed with first class jokes.' (The London Parents Guide)
'Very funny ... there's never a dull moment, with laugh-aloud, irreverent jokes on every page.' (The Good Book Guide) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Am I glad I started to read them.
These books are a lot more light-hearted than the Alex Rider books but definitely as good.
The chapter titles had me rolling on the floor laughing (The Fat Man, Grannies).
I thought that the plot was well worked out even though it was a bit slow near the beginning and took a while to get into second gear.
But when it did, boy did it take off. The chase in Selfridges was excellent. The best bit of the chase was when Nick ran through Santa's Grotto and was pulled onto Santa's lap. Santa got shot. He died.
My favourite character was The Fat Man. I expected (like everyone who has read the books) that he would be big and tough , but it turns out he has been on a diet and lost a bit too much weight.
The finale is brilliant; I knew that Betty Charlady would be important in the plot but I didn't think of this.
All in all, it turned out to be a superb read and I would definitely reccommend it to anybody who enjoys Anthony Horowitz novels.
Reviewed by Arron S. Munro.
This book gave the best laughs of my life. My favourite book of Anthony Horowitz ever!
Overall, a fun and enjoyable book, especially for younger readers.
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Excellent entertainment for a car journey adults and children enjoyed .Published 2 months ago by hayes
Originally published in the late '90s this novel, by Anthony Horowitz of Alex Rider fame, has been reissued on the back of David Walliams' success I'd have to guess. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Anna Reid
I haven't previously read any Anthony Horowitz, although I know he is highly acclaimed. I confess I was disappointed with the book on the basis that it was very difficult to read... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kerry Stephens
My error; I had thought it was t and is mostly unread.he Maltese Falcon! It was too childishPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
My son enjoys reading Anthony Horowitz books, so I'm sure he'll like this one too!Published 6 months ago by AFB42
Horowitz blends the two genres of crime and comedy to create the perfect story that, with a little more character development, could be classed as a classic. Loved it.Published 7 months ago by Alex Hughes
Read this book initially when i was 10 or 11... i liked it then, and love it now, and I'm 28! Its got everything you need in a good book - peril/suspension/love/twists and turns... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I thought this was amazing and exiting. You didn't know what would happen next at every twist and turn in the story.Published 8 months ago by Sk8r