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HIDDEN MICKEY 1: Sometimes Dead Men DO Tell Tales! Volume 1 in a series of action-adventure mysteries about Walt Disney and Disneyland written for Adults, Teens, & Tweens (age 10 & up). Flesch-Kincaid Grade 4.2 - Flesch Reading Ease 83 TWO FRIENDS FIND WALT DISNEY'S LOST DIARY. Who knew it would lead them on a wild cross-country search filled with discoveries, about the famou HIDDEN MICKEY 1: Sometimes Dead Men DO Tell Tales! Volume 1 in a series of action-adventure mysteries about Walt Disney and Disneyland written for Adults, Teens, & Tweens (age 10 & up). Flesch-Kincaid Grade 4.2 - Flesch Reading Ease 83 TWO FRIENDS FIND WALT DISNEY'S LOST DIARY. Who knew it would lead them on a wild cross-country search filled with discoveries, about the famous man, his life, and about themselves. THE DIARY HINTS OF A HIDDEN TREASURE. Beth, Adam's former girlfriend, was fired from her beloved job at Disneyland, thanks to Adam. Now he needs her help in untangling a web of clues that Walt left behind. Can she put their past aside and work with him again? Can the three friends decipher the eccentric clues that Disney himself may have ingeniously devised? WHO ELSE IS SEEKING THE TREASURE? As the clues lead them closer to their goal, and deeper in the legacy of Walt Disney himself, will they find some long-lost treasure? IS THIS ONE FINAL ILLUSION BY THE WORLD'S GREATEST STORYTELLER? Anyone who loves all-things Disney will be swept up in the intrigue of the sometimes subtle, sometimes obscure, and always amazing facts surrounding one of the most recognized, beloved and ingenious men of all time. Walk in the shoes of our intrepid treasure hunters as they scavenge historical records and discover amazing connections, while they seek out what Walt may have left behind. An "E-Ticket" ride through Disney's history. Next book in the series... HIDDEN MICKEY 2: It All Started... Want to go on your own 'E-Ticket' adventure? Next time you visit a Disney Park you can play in Quests like Adam & Lance by bringing with you a copy of HIDDEN MICKEY ADVENTURES in Disneyland - HIDDEN MICKEY ADVENTURES in Disney California Adventure, or for our east coast Fans: HIDDEN MICKEY ADVENTURES in WDW Magic Kingdom (or download one to your mobile device). HIDDEN MICKEY Adventures are always TOP SELLERS at Disney's D23 Expo., the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, and Tucson Festival of Books.


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HIDDEN MICKEY 1: Sometimes Dead Men DO Tell Tales! Volume 1 in a series of action-adventure mysteries about Walt Disney and Disneyland written for Adults, Teens, & Tweens (age 10 & up). Flesch-Kincaid Grade 4.2 - Flesch Reading Ease 83 TWO FRIENDS FIND WALT DISNEY'S LOST DIARY. Who knew it would lead them on a wild cross-country search filled with discoveries, about the famou HIDDEN MICKEY 1: Sometimes Dead Men DO Tell Tales! Volume 1 in a series of action-adventure mysteries about Walt Disney and Disneyland written for Adults, Teens, & Tweens (age 10 & up). Flesch-Kincaid Grade 4.2 - Flesch Reading Ease 83 TWO FRIENDS FIND WALT DISNEY'S LOST DIARY. Who knew it would lead them on a wild cross-country search filled with discoveries, about the famous man, his life, and about themselves. THE DIARY HINTS OF A HIDDEN TREASURE. Beth, Adam's former girlfriend, was fired from her beloved job at Disneyland, thanks to Adam. Now he needs her help in untangling a web of clues that Walt left behind. Can she put their past aside and work with him again? Can the three friends decipher the eccentric clues that Disney himself may have ingeniously devised? WHO ELSE IS SEEKING THE TREASURE? As the clues lead them closer to their goal, and deeper in the legacy of Walt Disney himself, will they find some long-lost treasure? IS THIS ONE FINAL ILLUSION BY THE WORLD'S GREATEST STORYTELLER? Anyone who loves all-things Disney will be swept up in the intrigue of the sometimes subtle, sometimes obscure, and always amazing facts surrounding one of the most recognized, beloved and ingenious men of all time. Walk in the shoes of our intrepid treasure hunters as they scavenge historical records and discover amazing connections, while they seek out what Walt may have left behind. An "E-Ticket" ride through Disney's history. Next book in the series... HIDDEN MICKEY 2: It All Started... Want to go on your own 'E-Ticket' adventure? Next time you visit a Disney Park you can play in Quests like Adam & Lance by bringing with you a copy of HIDDEN MICKEY ADVENTURES in Disneyland - HIDDEN MICKEY ADVENTURES in Disney California Adventure, or for our east coast Fans: HIDDEN MICKEY ADVENTURES in WDW Magic Kingdom (or download one to your mobile device). HIDDEN MICKEY Adventures are always TOP SELLERS at Disney's D23 Expo., the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, and Tucson Festival of Books.

30 review for HIDDEN MICKEY: Sometimes Dead Men DO Tell Tales!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed reading your novel, HIDDEN MICKEY: Sometimes Dead Men DO Tell Tales, other than telling you this:it is my new favorite book. I purchased it on my Kindle 4 days ago, by accident. I was looking for a book about the actual hidden mickeys in the park, and simply clicked on the first result that appeared. I was on vacation in California for the 1st time, and I absolute insisted on seeing the legendary Disneyland Park, even though the rest of my famiy would have ha I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed reading your novel, HIDDEN MICKEY: Sometimes Dead Men DO Tell Tales, other than telling you this:it is my new favorite book. I purchased it on my Kindle 4 days ago, by accident. I was looking for a book about the actual hidden mickeys in the park, and simply clicked on the first result that appeared. I was on vacation in California for the 1st time, and I absolute insisted on seeing the legendary Disneyland Park, even though the rest of my famiy would have happily spent the entire day in California adventure instead. They almost did, though, until I practically dragged them into the adjoining park. Main Street USA was beautiful, but the Sleeping Beauty castle was moderately underwhelming. As it turns out, I only had time to go on one attraction in Disneyland, due to the long lines and the time we needed to leave to make out commute back home. And after reading your book, I was very, very, glad that attraction was Pirates of the Caribbean. I was too busy during the day to consult the book I had purchased in my quest for hidden mickeys. Not that it would have been of any help in that particular quest. As we passed through the New Orleans square, my cousin, a former cast member, told me about Club 33. As we passed through main street, I sought out the firehouse, remembering from another book that Walt's personal apartment resided above it. So when I finally did start reading the book on the way home, I was surprised to find that it was a novel and not a guide book, but subsequently intrigued by the plot. I was delighted that all the sights I'd seen were mentioned in the book, as I could picture them vividly after the long day. And, as I finished the second half of the book this morning, I was even more delighted that the only ride I went on was pirates. Just think...I could have ridden over the most important piece of the park's history...Walt Disney himself. The last scene with Lance gave me chills. I cannot wait until September 15th. I will still be wondering what will happen when Lance pushes that black button. There are so many praises I could give this book, but I think the highest is that Walt himself would have loved it.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cara Richards

    I ran across this book by accident back a few weeks ago after returningfrom my first ever trip to Disneyland in CA. I was intrigued by the synopsis straight away and downloaded it from Amazon with my next pay-packet (I own a Kindle, so bought the ebook edition). I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed the adventures of Adam, Lance and Beth and what fun it was trying to solve the clues with the characters along the way. There were many clues that I sussed out for myself, and others that had I ran across this book by accident back a few weeks ago after returningfrom my first ever trip to Disneyland in CA. I was intrigued by the synopsis straight away and downloaded it from Amazon with my next pay-packet (I own a Kindle, so bought the ebook edition). I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed the adventures of Adam, Lance and Beth and what fun it was trying to solve the clues with the characters along the way. There were many clues that I sussed out for myself, and others that had me completely stumped until the book revealed the answers. It was such an enjoyable read and having just visited Disneyland, I was able to picture everything described in the parks and at times, I felt like I was along for the ride. I can't wait to read the sequel and I'm also excited to read that a third book in the series is also nearly finished. Great job!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed reading your novel, HIDDEN MICKEY: Sometimes Dead Men DO Tell Tales, other than telling you this:it is my new favorite book. I purchased it on my Kindle 4 days ago, by accident. I was looking for a book about the actual hidden mickeys in the park, and simply clicked on the first result that appeared. I was on vacation in California for the 1st time, and I absolute insisted on seeing the legendary Disneyland Park, even though the rest of my famiy would have ha I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed reading your novel, HIDDEN MICKEY: Sometimes Dead Men DO Tell Tales, other than telling you this:it is my new favorite book. I purchased it on my Kindle 4 days ago, by accident. I was looking for a book about the actual hidden mickeys in the park, and simply clicked on the first result that appeared. I was on vacation in California for the 1st time, and I absolute insisted on seeing the legendary Disneyland Park, even though the rest of my famiy would have happily spent the entire day in California adventure instead. They almost did, though, until I practically dragged them into the adjoining park. Main Street USA was beautiful, but the Sleeping Beauty castle was moderately underwhelming. As it turns out, I only had time to go on one attraction in Disneyland, due to the long lines and the time we needed to leave to make out commute back home. And after reading your book, I was very, very, glad that attraction was Pirates of the Caribbean. I was too busy during the day to consult the book I had purchased in my quest for hidden mickeys. Not that it would have been of any help in that particular quest. As we passed through the New Orleans square, my cousin, a former cast member, told me about Club 33. As we passed through main street, I sought out the firehouse, remembering from another book that Walt's personal apartment resided above it. So when I finally did start reading the book on the way home, I was surprised to find that it was a novel and not a guide book, but subsequently intrigued by the plot. I was delighted that all the sights I'd seen were mentioned in the book, as I could picture them vividly after the long day. And, as I finished the second half of the book this morning, I was even more delighted that the only ride I went on was pirates. Just think...I could have ridden over the most important piece of the park's history...Walt Disney himself. The last scene with Lance gave me chills. I cannot wait until September 15th. I will still be wondering what will happen when Lance pushes that black button. There are so many praises I could give this book, but I think the highest is that Walt himself would have loved it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tami

    Adam is a general contractor and self proclaimed expert on all things Disney. He and his friend Lance enter the Mouse Adventure at Disneyland, a scavenger/treasure hunt of sorts done in teams of 2-4 people. Along the way Adam stumbles upon a diary in a really strange place. He takes the book when he realizes it is Walt Disney's hand writing. Reading the diary sends Adam and Lance on a treasure hunt like no other. I love Disney and the idea of this book is so original and fun. I do not think I am Adam is a general contractor and self proclaimed expert on all things Disney. He and his friend Lance enter the Mouse Adventure at Disneyland, a scavenger/treasure hunt of sorts done in teams of 2-4 people. Along the way Adam stumbles upon a diary in a really strange place. He takes the book when he realizes it is Walt Disney's hand writing. Reading the diary sends Adam and Lance on a treasure hunt like no other. I love Disney and the idea of this book is so original and fun. I do not think I am an expert on Disney or even really a knowledgeable fan, but a few of the clues seemed a bit obvious and the so called experts seemed to struggle with those more than the more obscure ones. But that is okay, the story moves along well, and the characters are funny. A little out of left field on Lance towards the end, but still an enjoyable read.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Asharia Calderon

    This was a very interesting and surprising book that I read this week. Basically this book was everything that you DON'T see in Disney World. It all began because of a scavenger hunt in Disney World. The teams had each been given a task and they have to solve all the puzzles and get through all the obsticles to win. At the end they get to see everything in FantasyLand [Disney World ] , that no one has ever been able to see on a regular day when people visit. These people go "Deep" into Disney. This was a very interesting and surprising book that I read this week. Basically this book was everything that you DON'T see in Disney World. It all began because of a scavenger hunt in Disney World. The teams had each been given a task and they have to solve all the puzzles and get through all the obsticles to win. At the end they get to see everything in FantasyLand [Disney World ] , that no one has ever been able to see on a regular day when people visit. These people go "Deep" into Disney. When Adam got paired with his partner they're first task was in Critter Country , and they noticed that the birds .. that were turned off .. were making noise? Then Adam had a feeling the other teams were trying to sabotage his team. Then , he heard voices. That's when he started feeling un easy about things. After those tasks when he went into Walt Disney's apartment, he heard a man's voice ! That's when Adam realized Walt Disney was talking to him and was giving him hints to find more things about Disney World! So turns out like the book says a dead man does tell tales sometimes (:

  6. 4 out of 5

    Aidan Ceszynski

    Where do I begin? Two 30-year olds stumble across Walt Disney's lost diary. It takes them all over the place, leading to Walt's hometown Marceline, Missouri and Kansas City where his first animation studio was, and the Walt Disney Elementary School where they find a small treasure. But Walt's true treasures lie in the Pirates of the Carribean. This needs assistance from one of their ex-girlfriends Beth who was fired because of them. It ends with betrayal, discovery, excitement, romance and a cry Where do I begin? Two 30-year olds stumble across Walt Disney's lost diary. It takes them all over the place, leading to Walt's hometown Marceline, Missouri and Kansas City where his first animation studio was, and the Walt Disney Elementary School where they find a small treasure. But Walt's true treasures lie in the Pirates of the Carribean. This needs assistance from one of their ex-girlfriends Beth who was fired because of them. It ends with betrayal, discovery, excitement, romance and a cryogenically frozen leader. I loved it from the first sentence to the end. I was lucky enough to stumble across it at the D23 Expo 2011 in my vacation. The authors signed it for me, and I ordered the next 2 books. If I were you, I would read this more than once, as a book filled with the mystery of Walt and his dreams. Remember- Sunnee holds the key, and "It all started with a moose".

  7. 5 out of 5

    PopcornReads

    Autographed Book Giveaway & Review Is there anyone in the U.S. who didn’t grow up knowing about Walt Disney, Disneyland, and all of the Disney characters and films? Nancy Temple Rodrique and David W. Smith worked at Disneyland and are both avid fans. Their series of Hidden Mickey novels take you behind the scenes at the park and delve deeply into Walt Disney’s life. Think action adventure meets scavenger hunt meets mystery, and wrap Disney around it, and you’ve got a basic idea of this novel’s co Autographed Book Giveaway & Review Is there anyone in the U.S. who didn’t grow up knowing about Walt Disney, Disneyland, and all of the Disney characters and films? Nancy Temple Rodrique and David W. Smith worked at Disneyland and are both avid fans. Their series of Hidden Mickey novels take you behind the scenes at the park and delve deeply into Walt Disney’s life. Think action adventure meets scavenger hunt meets mystery, and wrap Disney around it, and you’ve got a basic idea of this novel’s concept. Any Disney fan is going to get a real kick out of reading this novel, just like I did! Read the rest of my review and enter the giveaway at http://popcornreads.com/?p=1750

  8. 5 out of 5

    Diana O.

    What a great E-Ticket ride!!! What a great story! If it were only true! I was wrapped up from the first page. I cried, my heart raced, my mind was working overtime trying to figure out the clues as the characters were trying to figure out everything. I learned a few new things about Mr. Disney and Disneyland that I never knew! One of the best books I have ever read! I lost myself completely in the story. I could envision every part of the park and what the characters might look like. I even dream What a great E-Ticket ride!!! What a great story! If it were only true! I was wrapped up from the first page. I cried, my heart raced, my mind was working overtime trying to figure out the clues as the characters were trying to figure out everything. I learned a few new things about Mr. Disney and Disneyland that I never knew! One of the best books I have ever read! I lost myself completely in the story. I could envision every part of the park and what the characters might look like. I even dreamed about the story. LOVE THIS BOOK SERIES! Thank you, Nancy. It was an honor meeting you at the Tucson Festival of Books.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    "What a wonderful book. As soon as the story get going it is difficult NOT to keep reading. The research and attention to details of Disneyland made me want to go to the park and relive childhood memories and make new ones. And reminders on what the park was built for-a place for families to spend time together. The active search for clues kept me anxiously involved to see what would happen next and where it would lead them. The ending doesn't disappoint and neither does the book. Can't wait for "What a wonderful book. As soon as the story get going it is difficult NOT to keep reading. The research and attention to details of Disneyland made me want to go to the park and relive childhood memories and make new ones. And reminders on what the park was built for-a place for families to spend time together. The active search for clues kept me anxiously involved to see what would happen next and where it would lead them. The ending doesn't disappoint and neither does the book. Can't wait for the movie. "

  10. 5 out of 5

    Shawn Deal

    This was a surprisingly addictive read. Better than you think it should b, I got totally hooked up into it. Being a Disney fan, I loved all the trivia provided through out the story about Walt Disney and Disneyland. It gave the novel real flavor. This is a good action packed mystery although the action is not what you would find in a James Rollins or Jeremy Robinson novel, this is not a shoot em up, action based novel. The action stems from the puzzle and clues that our main characters are tryin This was a surprisingly addictive read. Better than you think it should b, I got totally hooked up into it. Being a Disney fan, I loved all the trivia provided through out the story about Walt Disney and Disneyland. It gave the novel real flavor. This is a good action packed mystery although the action is not what you would find in a James Rollins or Jeremy Robinson novel, this is not a shoot em up, action based novel. The action stems from the puzzle and clues that our main characters are trying to find. I highly recommend this novel and I look forward to the next.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    I don't tend to read a lot of fiction, but this book got me hooked and weouldn't let me go for a couple of days! The whole idea of three people going on a treasure hunt orchestrated by the Old Mousetro himself is a lot of fun, and Nancy may stretch the situation once or twice, but mostly she pulls it off. There was a flub or two in her facts that might annoy the hard-core mousejunkies, but otherwise a good book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

    As soon as I saw this book I knew it was something I had to read, and sure enough I was right. This book didn't disappoint from start to finish. If you had a day with nothing to do, I recommend that you read this book, just like me(and many others), you will not be able to put it down. The story takes you right into what feels like a movie and you can't wait to see what is around the next corner.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Rich

    Hidden Mickey was entertaining from start to finish - a fun and engaging read. After visiting Disney Land many times as a youngster and later with my own children, I was able to follow the story line as if I was there. I have recently mailed a copy to my three children as I know they will love reading Hidden Mickey. My highest recommendation and my compliments to the authors.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Midwest Book Review

    "There is a new and popular action/adventure category as represented by the 'National Treasure' films and such television series as 'Unnatural History'. The first full length novel of this new brand of entertainment is "Hidden Mickey: Sometimes Dead Men Do Tell Tales!", a collaborative 482-page work of imaginative fiction by Nancy Temple Rodrigue and David W. Smith which is set against the backdrop of Disneyland. Three friends accidentally come across the long lost diary of Walt Disney and finds "There is a new and popular action/adventure category as represented by the 'National Treasure' films and such television series as 'Unnatural History'. The first full length novel of this new brand of entertainment is "Hidden Mickey: Sometimes Dead Men Do Tell Tales!", a collaborative 482-page work of imaginative fiction by Nancy Temple Rodrigue and David W. Smith which is set against the backdrop of Disneyland. Three friends accidentally come across the long lost diary of Walt Disney and finds hints of a hidden treasure. Following a series of complicated clues which they must decipher, they set off in pursuit involving scattered historical records and subtle connections. What they will find is as imaginative as everything else that the great Walt Disney left as his enduring legacy to the world. Superbly written, "Hidden Mickey" is an attention riveting novel from first page to last and highly recommended, wonderfully entertaining reading."

  15. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    This was a great book to read if you are a disneyland-aholic (as I am). There are lots of great facts about Walt Disney, early Disney movies, Disneyland, and much more. The little tid-bits of information were fascinating to me and made me VERY excited to go to Disneyland again! (not that I needed much to get me excited...) My only problem was the actual story itself. The beginning half of the book was sooooooo slow. And its a long book, so the that is a lot of pages to be someone bored. The end This was a great book to read if you are a disneyland-aholic (as I am). There are lots of great facts about Walt Disney, early Disney movies, Disneyland, and much more. The little tid-bits of information were fascinating to me and made me VERY excited to go to Disneyland again! (not that I needed much to get me excited...) My only problem was the actual story itself. The beginning half of the book was sooooooo slow. And its a long book, so the that is a lot of pages to be someone bored. The end really picked up though and was a definite page-turner. My only other problem was that the story was a bit crude at times (not too unexpected when two single men are the main characters). Not overly crude, but more than I would like to read in a book. But overall the book was enjoyable and because of a cliff-hanger at the end, I will need to pick up the next book. :)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Matthew

    This is one of the most gripping books I've ever had the pleasure to buy(signed, thank you Mrs. Rodrigue, and Mr. Smith). I know a little bit about about some Disney Secrets, and this books mixed some facts I knew and some I didn't, and I encourage that they write a sequel or two(same characters), and my least favorite part of the book was the betrayal of Lance, and the end almost made me scream. Thank you for putting that old Disney Legend into the book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lois

    Can you give 6 stars to a book? I grew up in southern California and have spent many days in Disneyland over the years since I was 4 years old. This book reminded me of the early days as I watched Disneyland expand and grow and continue to amaze me. I thought I knew a lot about Walt, but this book taught me so much more. If you are a Disney fan, a mystery fan, a history fan, well this book is for you. I can't wait to start the next book in this series. I will be reading them all!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ruth

    I LOVED THE BOOK!!! I can't wait to see a sequel to the story. Now every time I ride the train or pirates, I am going to be looking for hidden doors, hatches, crawl spaces, etc. I want to find a diary like Adam did. And what great history to learn about Walt Disney! Loved it!! Thank you Nancy for a great story. Write another one soon!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Frankie Bethune

    This book was great. It was hard to put it down. I was really surprised at the way it ended. I truly wasn't ready for this ending. If you like to read or even if you don't you will enjoy this book. It brought back memories from Disneyland when I was a child. Some of the rides that were mentioned I had forgotten about. Great job Nancy I'm ready for the next one.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Murray

    This book was pretty good. There were a lot of twists and turns. The end totally SHOCKED me. I loved how much suspense there was, and it was a totally action packed story. I have got to say by far, that this my all time favorite book. If you like suspense, mystery, adventure, and any other cool things, you should think about reading this.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Shellie

    This book was recommended to me by my "Sis" and she didn't let me down! What an excellent story! I was hooked from the start. If I didn't have a life, I wouldn't have put it down. Great story, great suspense, great end. I am now almost half way done with the second book in this series and loving it too!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Zina

    I absolutly LOVE the "Hidden Micky Books"! I am a total Disney nerd and i love these books because it is full of action, romance, and all things Disney!!! These are my favorite books EVER!!! I cannot wait till the 3rd book in the series, "Hidden Micky 3: Wolf!" comes in 2011!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Dione

    I enjoyed this book from start to finish. Acually surprised how it ended. Wow. I like mysteries, so this fit in nicely. The historical fiction included was an added bonus since that is the other type of book I like to read. This book will not disappoint. Great read!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Rhoades

    As a major Disney fan, I've been a member of the Disneyana Fan Club for years, I was particularly impressed with the attention to detail in all the books. The plot twists made it impossible to put the books down. I'm looking forward to the next in your series!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Allison

    Cannot stress enough how much I loved this book! It did take me a little while to get into it but once there I found it very difficult to put down. Loved all the backstage information about Disneyland and Walt.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    Two friends find Walt Disney's lost diary. Who knew it would lead them on a wild cross-country search filled with discoveries, about the famous man, his life, and about themselves. Beth, Adam's former girlfriend, was fired from her beloved job at Disneyland, thanks to Adam. Now he needs her help in untangling a web of clues that Walt left behind. Can she put their past aside and work with him again? Can the three friends decipher the eccentric clues that Disney himself may have ingeniously devis Two friends find Walt Disney's lost diary. Who knew it would lead them on a wild cross-country search filled with discoveries, about the famous man, his life, and about themselves. Beth, Adam's former girlfriend, was fired from her beloved job at Disneyland, thanks to Adam. Now he needs her help in untangling a web of clues that Walt left behind. Can she put their past aside and work with him again? Can the three friends decipher the eccentric clues that Disney himself may have ingeniously devised? As the clues lead them closer to their goal, and deeper in the legacy of Walt Disney himself, will they find some long-lost treasure? As a Disney enthusiast I was really excited to get reading these books that have a Disney mystery adventure in them. I was disappointed while reading the book. There were some entertaining parts but they were few and far in between. Most of the book consisted of very rambling passages that I skimmed over. For the most part, I thought this was a hard book to get through from an enjoyment standpoint. Also, the ending was so weird, it threw me for a loop and not in a good way.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa (The Shady Glade)

    I have to say that I loved this one. A treasure hunt through Disney history? Right up my alley. Yes, it's self-pubbed book and could use some good editing, but I was so caught up in the story (and the characters!) that I can easily forgive that. So why only 4 stars? The epilogue bugged me. To have the authors pay so much detail and attention to Disney history and then end that way? Eh. I can understand *why* they did it (to set up the next book, which I've already started), but it still bugged m I have to say that I loved this one. A treasure hunt through Disney history? Right up my alley. Yes, it's self-pubbed book and could use some good editing, but I was so caught up in the story (and the characters!) that I can easily forgive that. So why only 4 stars? The epilogue bugged me. To have the authors pay so much detail and attention to Disney history and then end that way? Eh. I can understand *why* they did it (to set up the next book, which I've already started), but it still bugged me. I'm definitely reading the next one in the series, and hopefully I will like it as much as this one (despite my disappointment with the direction the epilouge is taking the plot).

  28. 4 out of 5

    Linzy Stahle

    Probably one of the SLOWEST books I have EVER read! I was excited to read it after I met the authors at a book signing one day while I was at Barnes and Noble, so I bought it. Waste of money!!! It only started to get suspenseful in the last 50 pages or so. And the big twist that is supposed to be shocking was fairly predictable and downright dumb. It seems like all the authors (who both worked at Disneyland for some time) just wanted to show off how much they knew about Walt Disney. I'm a Disney Probably one of the SLOWEST books I have EVER read! I was excited to read it after I met the authors at a book signing one day while I was at Barnes and Noble, so I bought it. Waste of money!!! It only started to get suspenseful in the last 50 pages or so. And the big twist that is supposed to be shocking was fairly predictable and downright dumb. It seems like all the authors (who both worked at Disneyland for some time) just wanted to show off how much they knew about Walt Disney. I'm a Disney fan, but I thought it would take place more in Disneyland. Overall rating-2 out of 10 because it definately is NOT "Mr. Toad's Wild Ride on Steroids". More like It's A Small World doped up

  29. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    "What a wonderful book. As soon as the story get going it is difficult NOT to keep reading. The research and attention to details of Disneyland made me want to go to the park and relive childhood memories and make new ones. And reminders on what the park was built for-a place for families to spend time together. The active search for clues kept me anxiously involved to see what would happen next and where it would lead them. The ending doesn't disappoint and neither does the book. Can't wait for "What a wonderful book. As soon as the story get going it is difficult NOT to keep reading. The research and attention to details of Disneyland made me want to go to the park and relive childhood memories and make new ones. And reminders on what the park was built for-a place for families to spend time together. The active search for clues kept me anxiously involved to see what would happen next and where it would lead them. The ending doesn't disappoint and neither does the book. Can't wait for the movie. "

  30. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

    As soon as I saw this book I knew it was something I had to read, and sure enough I was right. This book didn't disappoint from start to finish. If you had a day with nothing to do, I recommend that you read this book, just like me(and many others), you will not be able to put it down. The story takes you right into what feels like a movie and you can't wait to see what is around the next corner.

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