Kitty Hawk and the Icelandic Intrigue

Good morning everyone! I hope you are all having a great day to start out your week. I for one am taking the time to catch up on all of my reading and I have finally managed to get the third Kitty Hawk book read. As usual I am posting the review for the third book in the series because the book can act as a stand alone if you wanted to read it that way. If you did read the book on its own you might be a bit confused on a few things but all together it is the same story.

Kitty Hawk is back yet again on her journey around the world in her trusty plane. This time she is making a small stop in Iceland to visit a friend of Charlie's (from the first book) and stay with his family there. 
While there she takes a tour of the area where she finds that mining for the countries resources has caused a lot of turmoil among the locals. Although many believe that the destruction of most of the equipment is caused by elves who are angry about the invasion of territory. Kitty also learns about the possible existence of trolls in the mountain that are not overly friendly with trespassers. 
At a town meeting addressing the problem Kitty manages to meet many interesting characters including a scientist who is working on a Greener way to mine the resources. He invites her back to his lab later to show her his paper plane collection.
She takes some time to follow a man from the meeting to gather information on him before sneaking back to the lab. 
But when she enters the lab she finds the scientist unconscious in a pool of blood. Before she can figure out what happened to him she is attacked by a man in black. 
Now, once again, Kitty Hawk has been taken captive. Only this time I don't believe the captors are going to turn out as nice as Charlie did.

As always I really enjoyed the book. The more I read Kitty Hawk the more I like her adventures. I am interested in seeing where the journey will take her and how she manages to get all around the world, if she can.
I am certainly going to read the next book and if things continue as they will the one after that as well. I'm also interested in seeing the dedication page, which is always as interesting as the book itself.
I would rate this book as a 4 out of 5 stars. If you are a fan on Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys, or any mystery book with a funny, and outgoing character lead this is the book series for you.
Have a great week everyone and happy reading!
- K


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