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Monday #230

Letters to Enid volume 10 and On my bookcase part 2 The Isle of Gloom is an island off the coast near Craggy Tops – the home of Aunt Polly and Uncle Jocelyn. It is a mysterious and deserted place, … Continue reading

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Monday #265

The Secret of Cliff Castle and Blyton’s most comforting reads Go away, sea! Go away, I tell you! Do you hear me? Big Ears, who has never heard of high tide, or tides at all, tries to keep the sea … Continue reading

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The Treasure Hunters

The Treasure Hunters is a title I never read as a child – despite having it as part of a 2 in 1 volume. I had read The Boy Next Door, the first book but somehow never made it to … Continue reading

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The Treasure Hunters by Fred

Is it totally unfair to say that Enid Blyton’s books are fairly interchangeable with each other? Well, yes it is, but that doesn’t stop the majority of her work being thoroughly enjoyable and decent reads in their own right. Such … Continue reading

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The Ship of Adventure

First published in 1950 this is the sixth book in the series. THE LOCATION This time the Mannering/Trent clan are off on a Mediterranean cruise, so the ship The Viking Star hosts much of the excitement. They visit quite a … Continue reading

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My childhood books, part 7

We’ve finally reached the final part of this series, and the last of the books I had as a child. Those were The Secret of Cliff Castle, Smuggler Ben, The Boy Next Door, The Treasure Hunters and The Children of Green Meadows. THE … Continue reading

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