Nancy Drew is on a cruise about to witness the raising of the titanic but she has found evidence that their ship might be under threat from a rogue cia agent. posing as journalists Frank and Joe Hardy are working undercover for the network. their mission:unmask the person who is planning to use the ship to pull off a chilling criminal act.
Kaitlyn H. reviewed Operation: Titanic (Nancy Drew/Hardy Boys Supermystery, No 35) on
Definitely not the best SuperMystery. Nancy and the Hardy don't meet up until the very end of the book, which is most of us don't want. It's very poorly plotted, and in this particular one the characters are quite flat. There were no clues to who was behind it, so frankly the answer was out of the blue, and it causes you to go '...what just happened here?'. If you enjoy the first few meet ups, and you like seeing the interaction between the three of them, do not get this book. When they meet up, they save Nancy, which is stereotypical, for the guy to save the girl. And she wasn't even really in peril. Not like in the others where they save her. A guy was just making her walk down a hallway... >.< 2 out of 10 stars.