You expect blistering serves, smashed returns, and sliced shots that kiss the line. The most enjoyable part of this book was the copyright information John Feinstein may be my favorite author, especially for sports, so it's tough to find anything too wrong with any of his books. Vanishing Act is a great book, currently one of my favorites. The setting was easy to picture and the ending was a complete surprise to me. The bonus to Feinstein's series is that it might attract guys and girls who are into sports and don't love to read. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes sports.
Stevie and Susan Carol don't know for sure, but they've been through this before, and have a pretty good idea how investigative journalism is done. Read the book on paper - it is quite a powerful experience. Susan Carol and her Uncle Brendan invited Stevie to stay with them when he came to New York. Can two eighth-grade rookies really hope to scoop the pros? Read More eagerly awaiting the first-round match of the hot, new Russian phenomNadia Symanova. Readers that are tennis fans or sports fans in general , will enjoy this novel, and the others in the series there is a March Madness installment, as well as a Super Bowl installment.
That is, we are doing the same thing as Google, only within the framework of one subject. I loved how the book incorporated fiction with nonfiction, because at the same time it sounded as if it was real, because of how it is based at the U. In Feinstein's other books in this series, he seems to weave the two together great. Their probe soon nets unwanted answers, however, casting suspicion on people close to them both. حداث في الرواية، لتصف وضع غريغور داخل غرفته وغربته داخل عائلته، و شفقة هذه العائلة عليه، ثم تقززها ورغبتها في الخلاص منه بهيئته المقززة، لتأتي النهاية متوقعة وصادمة في الوقت نفس.
Open while mixing elements of a fiction mystery novel. Over the past few weeks, I read the book Vanishing Act by John Feinstein. The author Strength is that John Feinstein is a previous writer for the Sports Illustrated magazine. Susan Carol gave Stevie the numbe Over the past few weeks, I read the book Vanishing Act by John Feinstein. With 128 athletes competing in dozens of matches for millions in prize money, you expect drama. Stevie and Susan-Carol want to know how a player could be kidnapped in broad daylight with multiple security guards around. The behind-the-scenes action in the world of professional tennis is overwhelming and occasionally bewildering, but it turns downright inconceivable when a young Russian phenom, Natalia Makarova, disappears right before her second-round match.
However, even though I was very bored, I had to know what happened in the end and read all the way through. Could Susan Carol's beloved uncle be involved? Stevie is enamored of rising Russian-American tennis star Nadia Symanova and is excited about seeing her in person, but he's equally spellbound by Brendan's top prospect, fifteen-year-old Evelyn Rubin, after meeting her. The player, a young athlete from Russia, had been ranked third in the world and her disappearance shocked the tennis world. Vanishing Act John Feinstein Vanishing Act is about 2 young tennis players that enter the U. This bo John Feinstein may be my favorite author, especially for sports, so it's tough to find anything too wrong with any of his books. Susan Carol wrote articles for her local newspaper while Stevie wrote for the Washington Herald.
إنها لحظة حديث حقيقي صادق لشخص يمسكك من كتفيك وينظر في عينيك. These two aspiring sportswriters were sitting in the press box, amazed at their luck in scoring media credentials to cover the tournament. I see she made Boo-Hoo Three cry. Open in the Big Apple. Now, at the tennis tournament a kidnapping has happened. So taking that into consideration, I split the difference and gave it three stars. Stevie and Susan Carol work with each other to piece together what exactly happened.
But Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson cant come up with any other explanation. It makes the reader realize to not take events at their face value. Team morale is rocky at best. My favorite part is the last 3 chapters because that is were I found out what really happened and it was phenomenal! The story is intriguing, the dialogue snappy and the finale exciting. I recommend this book to anyone who loves tennis and have a passion for mysteries both of those two main assets will work good with this book also it is very friendly with kids and easy to read. Evelyn is on a collision course with Nadia if the missing girl is found, and as Evelyn repeatedly demonstrates her improved level of play and the story of Nadia's disappearance grows, worldwide interest in their potential matchup intensifies. They're off to New York City, but little do they know what they'll have in store for themselves.
Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson return in another fast-paced, action-packed sports mystery from bestselling sports writer John Feinstein. Last month, I read a book called Vanishing Act by John Feinstein. Thirteen-year-old aspiring sports writer Stevie is reacquainted with fellow budding sports reporter Susan Carol, who is the same age as Stevie but several inches taller, much to his dismay. Evelyn's exquisite play, good looks, and winsome demeanor are turning her into America's sweetheart, and she stands to gain millions in endorsement dollars if her star continues to rise. When Susan and Stevie met, it was very different for them. Open of tennis, where a major star disappears as she is approaching the court for her first game. I enjoyed it very much and it was a good book.
These two teens are amateur sports writers. Vanishing act is about these two kids named Stevie and Susan-Carol who are writers and get to travel to different sport events, and write reviews on them for papers. This is an incredible book. Everyone is looking for Natalia--including Stevie and Susan Carol. Other than that this book is in my top favorites. This book is meant for an audience that likes sports as well as mysteries.