Reviewed by Brandon D. (age 9)
There are many things I like about this story. I like seeing all the secrets revealed throughout the story. For example, Mr. Tooner shows the Boxcar Children a secret underground cave that leads to the castle. I like the different characters and the way their different personalities link and eventually solve the mystery. For example, in the end, the children agreed to return to a secret room they found and end up solving the mystery. I like that the book is set in a castle. It would not have been entitled The Castle Mystery if there were no castle. The castle is important to the story because the book mostly focuses on it.
I would recommend this book to readers who like fun mysteries that make you read more. This book has a very good mystery that can keep you on the edge of your seat. For example, when the Boxcar Children find a map, they think it leads to the lost Drummond Stradivarius violin! If you would like to discover the stunning end to this amazing book, pick it up and try it out.