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“…Little goes according to plan, but everything turns out all right in this improbable but fun romp.”
– Kirkus Reviews
In 2008, Gordon Korman introduced “Swindle,” a mystery novel tailored for young adults. The story revolves around Griffin Bing, a young lad who falls victim to a con artist named Swindle, losing his prized baseball card collection. Driven by a fervent desire to recover his treasures and bring Swindle to justice, Griffin rallies his cadre of friends, including a computer whiz, a fearless daredevil, and a master of disguise.
As Griffin and his cohorts embark on their mission to track down Swindle and expose his deceptions, they find themselves navigating a labyrinth of hurdles and perils. This includes a rival collector, a perilous thief, and a succession of intricate traps. Along this arduous path, they acquire invaluable insights into the potency of collaboration, the significance of friendship, and the perils of unchecked avarice.
“Swindle” unfolds as a riveting and fast-paced narrative, brimming with elements of mystery and adventure that are sure to keep readers perched on the edge of their seats. Garnering numerous accolades, it maintains its stature as a cherished story that champions the themes of camaraderie and justice.
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