Although I usually write these posts on a Sunday evening today it’s already Monday morning. I’ve had to debate with myself over what I’ll write for Wednesday – my plan had been to review Five Go to Billycock Hill. However I haven’t even taken it off the shelf yet, and my chances of reading enough of it to start writing a review tomorrow evening are slim! Billycock Hill is one of my lesser favourites so I haven’t felt very motivated to start reading it, but I’ll have to if I want to move on to the one I do really like, such as Five on Finniston Farm, Five Get Into a Fix and Five Go to Demon’s Rocks.
Caves and secret passages – the reality
Cunningham and Petrov: The Mystery of the Missing Children chapter 16
Jack knocks Horace Tipperlong into the puffin hole in The Sea of Adventure. Stuart Tresilian is my second-favourite Blyton illustrator (after Eileen Soper of course).
Just look at the shock and anger on Horace’s face, and his hand clenched into an impotent fist.