Book Reviews of G'Day to Die (Passport to Peril, No 5)

G'Day to Die (Passport to Peril, No 5)
G'Day to Die - Passport to Peril, No 5
Author: Maddy Hunter
ISBN-13: 9781416523796
ISBN-10: 1416523790
Publication Date: 10/31/2006
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 75 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed G'Day to Die (Passport to Peril, No 5) on + 316 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
I absolutely love this series and cannot wait for the next book, Norway to Hide, to come out. This series has alot going for it. As Emily and her seniors travel the world you can catch a glimpse of what the place they are visiting is like. Tons of mystery, sub-plots and humor. There is of course the romance aspect, one of those frustrating "Why can't she make a decision already?" storylines. Super series and tons of fun to read!! A note though, this series really needs to be read in order, because each book builds on the last book.
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Helpful Score: 1
The fifth installment in the "Passport to Peril" mysteries. Emily Andrews lands in the land of Oz (Australia, that is). A laugh-out-loud mystery with very funny secondary characters.
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Helpful Score: 1
Fifth in the series about Emily Andrew, who leads groups of senior citizens from Iowa on trips around the world. The humor is very broad -- and may annoy some readers -- but if you overlook that (or enjoy it), this is a fun series. Here the group is in Australia -- and both of the men who want to marry Emily are along, complicating the situation. But there is a denouement to her romance -- finally.
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This book was very enjoyable. It peaked my interest right off the bat, kept me laughing and kept the mystery until the end. The situations Emily gets herself in never cease to amaze me.