Title: The Demon of River Heights (Nancy Drew: Girl Detective Graphic Novels #1)
Author: Stefan Petrucha
Genre: Young Adult, Graphic Novel
Release Date: April 1, 2005
Everyone’s favorite girl detective makes her dazzling graphic novel debut!An all-new series of full-color Nancy Drew graphic novels, with all-new comics stories based on the series by Carolyn Keene, starts right here! Join Nancy, along with Bess and George, as they search for missing student filmmakers and discover the deadly secret behind the local urban legend known as “The Demon of River Heights.” Ages 8 to 12.
I’ve always loved Nancy Drew. I have my mom’s copies of the books from when she was a kid, and I still play the games. I was excited to read this graphic novel!
It was a pretty good story. I read some bad reviews of this book before I read it, so I didn’t expect much. However, I enjoyed the story. The characters were very familiar. Bess, George, and Nancy had to solve a mystery together. Meanwhile, Deirdre Shannon was getting in the way. The only character I didn’t see was Ned, and I hope to see him in later comics.
The graphics weren’t the best. They were flat and one dimensional most of the time. Later in the story, some panels had more depth. The background was blurry so the people in the forefront stood out more. That made it look three dimensional.
I enjoyed this book, and I look forward to reading the next one.
What to read next:
Writ in Stone (Nancy Drew: Girl Detective Graphic Novels #2) by Stefan Petrucha
Sleepover Sleuth (Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew #1) by Carolyn Keene
Have you read The Demon of River Heights? What did you think of it?
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