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Five get into trouble - but I had no trouble reading this .

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...was a kid, I adored Enid Blyton books. By far my favourites were the books based around boarding school life, or around pure fantasy, but I loved the Famous Five books too . This is the eigth book in a 21 book series, but don't worry if you haven' ...

Thehonesttruth 09.11.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Five Get into Trouble - Enid Blyton

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The eighth Famous Five story; lovely countryside and an adventure

Advantages: Pleasant tale of less complicated times
Disadvantages: Some may think it a little dated and twee

Brief Synopsis The Famous Five of the title are three siblings, Julian, Dick and Anne along with their cousin Georgina (who insists on being called George) and her beloved dog Timmy. Most of their stories start at the beginning of the school holid ...

rolandrat123 11.09.2014 · Read full review
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Review of Five Get into Trouble - Enid Blyton

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Lord of the Flies Meets X-Men

Advantages: thrilling, captivating, a book for teens
Disadvantages: not for the faint-hearted

‘Gone’ fills the wide gap in the teen reading market. It won’t be a book which gets everyone to start reading, but it’s extremely well written, and surprisingly original for something that has basically combined Lord of the Flies, X-Men, and Stephen King’ ...

Tristan009 08.12.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Gone - Michael Grant

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Gone in 0 seconds

Advantages: Exciting and absorbing story, interesting premise
Disadvantages: A faster read than I had hoped

Gone by Michael Grant is the first novel in a series which, like many book series, is named after its first novel. It is a young adult novel, something I wasn't actually aware of before I read it. One day, in a Californian town called Perdido Beach, e ...

eilidhcatriona 30.04.2013 · Read full review
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Gone by Michael Grant - one of the best books that I've ever read

Advantages: Fantastic, original plot and character interaction
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Gone is in my opinion one of the best teenage fiction books on the market. Once I had read the first chapter I couldn't put it down! The plot is completely original and never boring or predictable, whilst meanwhile providing enough answers to make it comp ...

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