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Uno strano problema scacchistico firmato "Il frate Nero" appare sul "Times". Tre giovani amici, Irene, Sherlock e Lupin, si accorgono della relazione tra questo problema e alcuni omicidi che come hanno come firma una rosa scarlatta lasciata sul luogo del delitto. Purtroppo a Scotland Yard non vengono presi sul serio perchè sono solo dei ragazzini. Riusciranno loro soli a rUno strano problema scacchistico firmato "Il frate Nero" appare sul "Times". Tre giovani amici, Irene, Sherlock e Lupin, si accorgono della relazione tra questo problema e alcuni omicidi che come hanno come firma una rosa scarlatta lasciata sul luogo del delitto. Purtroppo a Scotland Yard non vengono presi sul serio perchè sono solo dei ragazzini. Riusciranno loro soli a risolvere il mistero?...

Title : Il mistero della Rosa Scarlatta
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ISBN : 9788856618853
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 261 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Il mistero della Rosa Scarlatta Reviews

  • Sara Bezzon
    2018-10-29 12:33

    Buon libro per ragazzi, con la giusta dose di mistero e suspance. La figura di Sherlock Holmes è molto ben caratterizzata e sembra proprio di avere a che fare con il personaggio di Sir Arthur Conan Doyle giovane e nel libro ci sono anche riferimenti alle storie di questo personaggio da adulto (probabilmente i giovani lettori non saranno in grado di afferrarle subito ma se in futuro si cimenteranno con la lettura di Sherlock Holmes sicuramente ricorderanno questi piccoli dettagli).Libro consigliatissimo per ragazzi a partire dai 10 anni. P.S.: Prima di esprimere queste mie personalissime impressioni ho voluto sapere anche cosa ne pensava mia figlia, in modo da avere un punto di vista più in linea con la fascia d'età a cui questo libro è rivolto.

  • Brandy Painter
    2018-10-27 07:33

    I didn't read the first two books in the series because I'm so over reimagined Sherlock Holmes AND what all those reimagining want to do with Irene Adler. Just let it go already. Ugh. But the writing in this also got on my nerves. It is too overwrought for my tastes.

  • The Cannibal
    2018-11-11 09:11

    Après une lecture qui m'avait secouée émotionnellement, il me fallait passer à du plus calme, du plus doux et quoi de mieux qu'une lecture jeunesse avec Holmes, Lupin et Adler adolescents ?Direction le Londres de 1870, à quelques jours des fêtes de Noël, et on s'installe bien confortablement devant un chocolat chaud au Schackleton Coffee House en compagnie de nos trois jeunes amis.Bon, si vous cherchez une enquête policière digne de ce nom, je vous conseille un roman de la reine du crime, Agatha Christie, mais si vous voulez passer un bon moment de lecture, sans vous cassez la tête, ce roman jeunesse est fait pour vous.Nos trois personnages sont toujours aussi sympathiques. Les caractères de Holmes et Lupin se dessinent afin de nous montrer ce qu'ils pourraient être plus tard, même si, pour le moment, tout cela est encore latent.Quant à la jolie Irene, elle ne sait plus quoi penser entre un qui l'embrasse sur les lèvres à la dérobée et un autre qui l'enlace en la raccompagnant chez elle, sans oublier le petit présent qu'elle retrouvera au fond de sa poche sans savoir de qui il provient.J'espère juste que nous n'irons pas vers le triangle amoureux dans les prochains tomes, même si ce genre d'événements pourraient expliquer pourquoi ces trois amis se retrouveront séparés diamétralement plus tard, au point même qu'ils s'affrontent (Irene vs Holmes dans « Un scandale en Bohême » et Lupin vs Holmes dans « Lupin contre Herlock Sholmes »).Anybref, sans casser trois pattes à un canard et sans manger de pain, c'est un roman jeunesse qui se lit d'une traite dans son canapé en savourant une bonne tasse de thé.On sourit des facéties de nos jeunes gamins, on imagine ce que cela pourrait donner si Irene en choisissait un et pas l'autre, on frémit devant les dangers qu'ils prennent, tout en se doutant que l'un ou l'autre ne va pas mourir puisque ce n'est pas GOT !Un bon point pour moi qui avait deviné avant le Maître le pourquoi du comment des crimes étranges qui avaient lieu après la petite énigme d'échec parue dans le Times… Bon sang, mais c'était bien sûr ! Belette 1 – Sherlock Holmes 0 (un temps de retard face à mon esprit brillantissime).Un roman jeunesse qui se lit avec plaisir, des personnages que l'on se plait à revoir et en le refermant, on songe déjà à ce que leur prochaine aventures va nous réserver !

  • Barbara
    2018-11-12 10:22

    A questo punto della narrazione manca solo un personaggio chissà se verrà introdotto nei prossimi libri!Questa avventura è più movimentata e pericolosa rispetto alle prime due, anche i rapporti tra i 3 ragazzi cominciano a essere meno limpidi.Ben scritto, resto del parere che la linea narrativa sia di buon livello.

  • Jessica ➰
    2018-11-02 13:15

    Al principio me parecía un poco aburrido pero me ha gustado bastante de la mitad para delante. La historia está guay y los personajes también.Aunque esperaba una cosa que no ha llegado a pasar. 😿Espero que pase en los siguientes libros 😺😸😼🐈🐱😻

  • Jasmine
    2018-10-25 15:28

    I like when I can put together clues of a mystery, even if it's in a book meant for middle grade. Also the hint of what's to come in their adult life at the end has me hooked for another book in the series I do believe.

  • aem
    2018-11-03 08:27

    Enjoyable

  • Vanessa
    2018-10-20 10:23

    Excellent mystery. Part of the story of each of the three children's lives is told. Mystery solved and they are threatened with death. The Butler saves the day.

  • Sapphie Bubú
    2018-11-09 08:04

    Sencillos, rápidos de leer e interesantes.

  • Márcia
    2018-11-10 08:15

    3.5 stars

  • Jessica Christian
    2018-11-14 11:09

    3.5 stars

  • La Espada en la Tinta
    2018-10-27 07:03

    ¿De qué va El misterio de la Rosa Escarlata? Irene, Sherlock y Lupin se encuentran en Londres, preparados para disfrutar de su primera navidad juntos. Los días previos a Nochebuena encuentran publicado en el periódico The Times un extraño problema de ajedrez firmado por “El Fraile Negro”. Por descontado, Sherlock no puede dejar pasar semejante desafío y al día siguiente, y sin que parezca que haya relación alguna, el asesinato de un rico comerciante conmociona a toda la ciudad: sobre su escritorio se ha encontrado una rosa escarlata, la misma flor que veinte años antes fuera la “firma” de un audaz grupo de criminales. ¿Ha resurgido la banda de “La Rosa Escarlata”? ¿Estarán los dos hechos relacionados? ¿En qué nuevos problemas se meterán nuestros intrépidos amigos?Sigue leyendo: http://www.laespadaenlatinta.com/2014/06/resena-sherlock-lupin-yo-misterio-rosa-escarlata.html

  • Merrilyn Tucker
    2018-10-22 12:03

    This was such a fun book! Irene Adler, the young writer (not really) of this tale, relates how she and her two male friends, Arsene Lupin and Sherlock Holmes, investigate and solve the mystery of who murdered two rich men in London. The year is 1843. Irene and her friends are children (probably early teens), and they love to solve mysteries. The current one involves a code that describes coordinates on a city map; these are where the killings take place. There is vengeance, murder, mayhem, intrigue, dark alleys, snowy London, and clues as to how Sherlock developed into the man he later became. The book was truly written by Alessandro Gatti in Italian and was translated into English. The most gorgeous illustrations by Iacopo Bruno accompany the text. Any fan of Sherlock Holmes will love this story and its two other predecessors in the series.

  • American Mensa
    2018-11-03 09:32

    This historical fiction book is about an adventure of a young girl, about age 14 that works with the famous Sherlock Holmes, and Arsene Lupin. They uncover mysteries about their hometown and many other places. The adventures that these three characters go on are a mouthful, but a journey of fear, hope, and mystery. My favorite part is when Sherlock Holmes tells the police officers there is something about a local murder. They don’t believe him, but the thing they found is real. He shouts, “You will be needing my help later!” I love this part because I know he is going to be right, and he is going to prove them wrong. It is a very fun mystery to solve!Review by Sofia H, age 11, Denver Mensa

  • Joshua Parry
    2018-11-09 13:22

    255 pages this review is for pages.In london, Irene alder walks into a cafe to find Sherlock poring over the news. In the classified ads there is a chess problem, They dismiss it as trivial, but the next day there are reports of a murder: on the desk is the calling card of the infamous Scarlet Rose, A crime ring that ravaged london 20 years ago. A basement of gunpowder, fights, and gunfire at the docks are just some of the interesting occurrences that are in: The Mystery of the Scarlet Rose.

  • Brenda
    2018-10-29 13:05

    I'm intrigued to read more to find out what happens as Irene, Arsene and Sherlock grow older. The budding romance is getting stronger so I'm guessing the books are moving beyond the 3rd/4th grade range to more solidly fit with middle grade readers. I wish there was a way to fill in part stars - it is more that a 2, but not fully 3. Lots of questionable actions in this book - perhaps in the other also, but they struck me as I read this one and made me wonder.

  • M.L.D.
    2018-11-08 15:08

    Lots of fun seeing young Holmes and Lupin--I'm still underwhelmed by young Irene Adler, whose main contribution to the investigation seems to be getting hit in the head. This is the girl who will one day outsmart Sherlock Holmes? :P And, sadly, I suppose the love triangle is inevitable, but it's disappointing nevertheless.the mystery is fun, though, and it's an enjoyable enough romp.

  • Johnny Bennett
    2018-10-30 09:25

    Mystery of the Scarlet Rose is much closer in quality to the first book in the series than the second. The mystery starts early and weaves it's way throughout the book with the budding romance and the relationship with Nelson. Little tidbits of history, both real and Sherlockian (?), continue to pop up through out the story and make it even juicier.

  • Eileen
    2018-10-23 12:10

    This was a fun read, and I loved how it was Irene being the narrator into young Sherlock Holmes life. Irene’s descriptive use of language creates the suspense and gives us rich visual details. The special bond of friendship between all three is clearly heard through Irene’s beautiful narration. All three characters shine within the story.

  • Anna Bergmark
    2018-11-07 11:26

    The series is getting better with each book, but hasn't reached a full 4 stars yet. There's still something slightly stiff and distanced about the narrative, something that prevents you from getting really up close to the characters and the action. Which is a bit frustrating, cause the potential is right there on the pages - it just won't turn from decent to full.

  • Debbie Tanner
    2018-10-19 09:08

    To be fair, his is the third one in a series and I didn't read the first two, so I never had time to fall in love with the characters, but I thought this felt like overwrought Victorian prose with teen angst on the side. Not my favorite.

  • Heather
    2018-10-30 15:15

    I adore this series. It is smartly written and perfect for fans of Sherlock Holmes and middle grade novels. I do feel I appreciate these books more than my students seem to because of my prior knowledge of Holmes. I am looking forward to the next installment due out later this year.

  • Hillvan
    2018-10-26 07:32

    920L

  • Brett Turner
    2018-11-09 12:15

    Overall pretty good. Some things a bit predictable. Other things needing further explanation.

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    2018-10-14 07:08

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