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eBook The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn ePub
Author: Hergé
Language: English
ISBN: 0316358320
ISBN13: 978-0316358323
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company; 1st edition (June 30, 1974)
Pages: 62
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 336
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ePub file: 1119 kb
Fb2 file: 1956 kb

The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (known as The Adventures of Tintin: The Game in North America) is an action-adventure, platforming video game based on the film The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, which is based o. .

The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (known as The Adventures of Tintin: The Game in North America) is an action-adventure, platforming video game based on the film The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, which is based on the series The Adventures of Tintin, the comics series by Belgian cartoonist Hergé

The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn, known as The Adventures of Tintin in some regions, is a 2011 motion capture 3D film based on The Adventures of Tintin.

The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn, known as The Adventures of Tintin in some regions, is a 2011 motion capture 3D film based on The Adventures of Tintin, a series of comic books created by Belgian artist Herge. It was directed by Steven Spielberg, and produced by Peter Jackson. The movie was filmed in Wellington, New Zealand by Weta Digital. 1 The film was released in late October (UK) and December (USA) 2011. There is an unreleased sequel titled The Adventures of Tintin II.

The Secret of the Unicorn (French: Le Secret de La Licorne) is the eleventh volume of The Adventures of Tintin, the comics series by Belgian cartoonist Hergé

The Secret of the Unicorn (French: Le Secret de La Licorne) is the eleventh volume of The Adventures of Tintin, the comics series by Belgian cartoonist Hergé

The Adventures of Tintin (also known as The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn) is a 2011 3D computer-animated action-adventure film based on the comic book series of the same name by Belgian cartoonist Hergé

The Adventures of Tintin (also known as The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn) is a 2011 3D computer-animated action-adventure film based on the comic book series of the same name by Belgian cartoonist Hergé

The Secret of the Unicorn (in the original French, Le Secret. de la Licorne) is the eleventh title in the comic series The Adventures of Tintin, written and illustrated by Belgian cartoonist Hergé.

The Secret of the Unicorn (in the original French, Le Secret. It is the sequel to The Shooting Star Designed to be the first volume in a two-part story, the plot of The Secret of the Unicorn was continued in the twelfth Tintin adventure, Red Rackham's Treasure.

The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn is the first in the series of 3D motion capture films based on the iconic character created by Georges .

The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn is the first in the series of 3D motion capture films based on the iconic character created by Georges Remi, better known to the world by his pen name, Herge, and is due for release in 2011. And Hergé's "Secret of the Unicorn" fulfils that promise, launching readers of all ages on a whale of a great pirate adventure and treasure hunt with the intrepid Tintin.

File:The Adventures of Tintin - Secret of the Unicorn. Tintin finds that the Unicorn has been stolen

File:The Adventures of Tintin - Secret of the Unicorn. Tintin finds that the Unicorn has been stolen. He then visits Sakharine in Marlinspike Hall and accuses him of the theft when he sees a miniature model of the Unicorn, but when he notices that Sakharine's model is not broken, he realizes that there are two Unicorn models. Once Tintin returns home, Snowy shows him the scroll and after reading a message written on it, Tintin puts the scroll in his wallet-but it is stolen by Silk.

The Adventures of Tintin expanded in to the rest of Europe and the Middle East and easily repeated a top the foreign box office charts this weekend

The Adventures of Tintin expanded in to the rest of Europe and the Middle East and easily repeated a top the foreign box office charts this weekend. The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn. 8 November 2011 ·. Tintin tops UK box office - Telegraph. The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn has knocked Paranormal Activity 3 off its top spot in the UK and Ireland box office.

In this classic graphic novel: Tintin stumbles across a model ship at the Old Street Market. Only it isn't just any model ship-it's the Unicorn, carved by one of Haddock's ancestors, and it holds a clue to finding pirate treasure!
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And Hergé's "Secret of the Unicorn" fulfils that promise, launching readers of all ages on a whale of a great pirate adventure and treasure hunt with the intrepid Tintin. Accompanying our boy-reporter on his quest are the rumbustious Captain Haddock (who has never met a bottle of rum that he didn't like); and the defective detectives, Thompson and (to be precise) Thomson (identical twins whose names are NOT); their attempts to foil the notorious Bird Brothers are wildly inept, demanding the prompt interventions of Tintin and his incredible thinking dog, Snowy, who not only save the day but also find the treasure. The story, which focuses on maps and secret cyphers, is told with flashbacks, which introduce us to Haddock's ancestor, Sir Francis, and (Blue Blistering Barnacles!) his adversary, the notorious pirate Red Rackham, scourge of at least 5 of the 7 seas.

Happily, the publishers have preserved the British English, which contributes to the old-world charm of the series. The dialogue is literate and full of benign double entendres; and the narrative moves at such a pace that one has to slow down to savour the story, so that the 63 pages don't fly by. But, even if they should, there is always the sequel, "Red Rackham's Treasure" to look forward to.

I bought three different Tintin adventures so that my grandson would become acquainted with these delightful tales, which I discovered back in the fifties. I first met Tintin in the Netherlands, in the guise of Kuifje ('Cowlick', for his shock of unruly hair); I subsequently encountered him in French, German, and Italian. Tintin, in fact, serves as an ideal aid to learning a foreign language, since all the translations from the original French are so conversational and colloquial.

"The Secret of the Unicorn" may have originated in the 'forties, but its themes of the young hero's persistence on behalf of a friend in his quest for pirate's treasure--of good triumphing over evil--are timeless. Furthermore, the running jokes are just as funny as when I first read them. They still cause me to burst into laughter. And who could not use a little laughter during turbulent times, whether then or now?
Thorgaginn
I had all of these Tintins as a kid growing up in Trinidad and Tobago. It is a great trip down memory lane and my son loves them as well! The books are just great fun adventures! Wonderful books!!

There are a few books though that I didn't care for. One was Tintin in America which was completely off base. The trip to the moon was a a little weak as well in my mind even as a kid. I guess because the space race was going on and it seemed again, off base. It would have been REALLY good in the '50s ;-)
Voodoozragore
Belgian artist Herge's "The Secret of the Unicorn" is a classic yarn, featuring his cartoon hero, the young journalist Tintin, on the trail of a secret hidden in a model of the sailing ship Unicorn. It features Tintin's faithful dog Snowy, his seafaring friend Captain Haddock, and the bumbling detectives Thompson and Thomson in the first portion of a two-part adventure that concludes in "Red Rackham's Treasure."

As the story opens, Tintin finds a ship model in a market and decides to buy it for his friend the Captain. An antique dealer tries but fails to buy the model from him. When the ship model goes missing, Tintin is suspicious. News of the theft causes Captain Haddock to review an account of one of his ancestors, Sir Francis Haddock, also a sea captain. From this point forward, the story is told in parallel, with Tintin pursuing the secret of three like ship models, while Sir Francis Haddock defends his ship against an attack by pirates. Tintin's search will bring him into violent contact with a ruthless group of antique dealers, while Sir Francis must survive his meeting with the villianous Red Rackham. The conclusions to both stories intersect in a nicely thrilling finish, setting the stage for the sequel in "Red Rackham's Treasure."

"The Secret of the Unicorn" is a classic Tintin adventure, part detective story and part pirate yarn. It is very highly recommended to Tintin fans of all ages.
Sermak Light
The Story is great. The art is great. The only warning I would give, if you're planning on giving the book to a small kid, is that there is a scene where the Captain is pretty drunk and drinking.
Gozragore
One of the best in the series. Went back to re-read this after watching the tintin movie and to explain to my son as to how badly they diverged from the original story line.
interactive man
tin tin the classic I liked the glossy paper which was not the case in old days so it is more durable
Hurus
A nice look back to my childhood.
There is no point in selling this as an ebook! Waste of money. Tiny illegible images and print. Zero stars would be better. I love this book but not in digital
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