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The Adventurous Four #2020

The Adventurous Four When a trip at Little Island for the weekend ends in them being shipwrecked it is at first exciting for the Adventurous Four But imagine their surprise when they discover the hidden harbour is full o

  • Title: The Adventurous Four
  • Author: Enid Blyton
  • ISBN: 9781858480442
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Adventurous Four By Enid Blyton, When a trip at Little Island for the weekend ends in them being shipwrecked, it is at first exciting for the Adventurous Four But imagine their surprise when they discover the hidden harbour is full of enemy submarines They investigate closely so as to get back to the mainland and expose this terrible enemy But a forgotten camera leads to their capture How can theWhen a trip at Little Island for the weekend ends in them being shipwrecked, it is at first exciting for the Adventurous Four But imagine their surprise when they discover the hidden harbour is full of enemy submarines They investigate closely so as to get back to the mainland and expose this terrible enemy But a forgotten camera leads to their capture How can they outsmart the enemy and escape And is there any way of getting off the island

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    1. Enid Blyton s Only World War II Novel 21 August 2013 This is an interesting story of Blyton s because is was written during the opening stages of World War II, set during World War II and involved the antagonists of World War II Actually, I believe that it is the only book of Enid Blyton s that actually makes reference to the war It is interesting how Blyton portrayed the Germans, that is as the enemy and the crooked cross but she never actually mentions them by name Maybe it is because, from th [...]

    2. Loved reading this childhood favourite through adult eyes Didn t realise it was set in WW2 before

    3. A genuinely wholesome and enjoyable novel by Enid Blyton set during WWII I really loved reading this novel, and especially loved that unlike some of Enid Blyton s other novels there was no recognisable mention of acceptable gender roles, and nor were people judged for their looks I was also quite interested to see that the enemy was never mentioned by name, they were only known by a crooked cross and as the enemy , leaving it to the reader to put a face to the nameless enemy based on their own k [...]

    4. My first and favourite Enid Blyton book I also read the entire Secret Seven series and the Famous Five series but I m too lazy to post them all Oh, I liked the Secret Seven better than the Famous FiveI read them in that order too

    5. As an example of Blyton s earlier adventure stories, this book has some advantages over many of its successors, particularly the pacing in many of her later works, you have to wait for about half the book for the adventure to get started The plot is very interesting, especially with the explicit wartime setting and the not spelled out yet crystal clear use of Nazis as the enemy There are also disadvantages to this earlier work, most notably that the characterisation is somewhat lacking Where gro [...]

    6. wo.woww buku inilah yang saya cari cari saya pernah membaca buku ini tapi kemudian berpikir buku yg saya baca itu enid blyton seri petualangan but no this is the right one Saya harap bisa mendapatkan buku ke 2, Gua Rahasia, dalam waktu dekat ini Setting waktu untuk seri Empat Petualang ini berkisar tahun 1944 45, saat PD II Saya tidak memikirkan PD nya tapi saya menyimpulkan seperti apa orang Inggris itu Jadi sungguh aneh, saat saya membaca Asterix di Inggris, semua tentang tea time itu semacam [...]

    7. It s not complictaed, or especially clever but it has a lovely air of innocence, and is just a fun read that took me back to my childhood.

    8. Shipwrecked The Adventurous Four, 1 by Enid Blyton has sequels Stranded and Trapped , but suffers from re titling over the century 8 age conversations have realistic long run on sentences with clever words astonishment, fuel, crocodiles, piers, jetties Black and white brisk lined quick moving sketches bring the wind, waves, cliffs, and struggling sailors to life I fell in love with Blyton s magical Three Children and It this too is a fun, fast paced appealing escapade Andy 14 dark haired and blu [...]

    9. This was my favourite book as a child It made me want to go to Scotland Interestingly, it s the only one of Blyton s books that mentions the war Aside from the trite title and the disappointing fact that the islands in the book don t exist in reality, this is a fantastic adventure story Plot twists abound and the imagination of EB is astounding My only gripe is that there are too many food references a 12 year old boy being constantly hungry is the sole strain of humour and the none of the child [...]

    10. Never read this series as a child, I m not sure why Read it for the first time yesterday, and it was interesting to me that this is the only Blyton book I ve read with very overt Nazi references the crooked cross of the ENEMY as opposed to the very vaguely defined foreign enemies found in her other adventure series.Didn t like it as much as the other series, except maybe Secret Seven The characters weren t as likeable, and the whole thing just felt a little weird Maybe I should have read it as a [...]

    11. It was a quirky little read that truly brings out the child within and as a person whose childhood consisted of reading the entire Famous Five series, this book was a lovely throwback It s also interesting to read a book that was set during World War Two so from a historical point of view, it was fascinating as well But nonetheless, I enjoyed this children s book and Enid Blyton is always a pleasure to read even at the age of 19.

    12. I love this book As a kid, I read it several times How I wished that I could be camping on an island with Andy, Tom, Jill and Mary, and faced with adventure Enid Blyton has a way of making each world of hers that you step into seem like a reality As an adult, I can see flaws in her writing such as making adult characters a little bit too gullible , but as a kid, no author in the world could inspire such imagination, and nor could I get my nose out of her books.

    13. This is yet again a case of a book I read too long ago to remember, but it was part of my quest to find Enid Blyton books While not as immediately relatable as The Five s books, it was a very entertaining read nonetheless.My version is a Spanish translation by Editorial Molino.

    14. This is the book that got me into reading, i read it over and over again definatly recommended to anyone any age.

    15. I think this is the book Shipwrecked in its original guise Great EB prose It s a shame the female roles are strong, but I daresay EB made up for this with her schoolgirl series.

    16. This is a really compelling book, it leaves the readers imagination wanting to engage in , worth reading.

    17. Adventurous Fouropted in Bahasa Indonesia as Empat Sekawan, idem dito with Famous Five and The Secret Seven, served as part of my favourite novels than a quarter century ago

    18. She feels a good boat, bonny and brave said Andy s father The Andy is like her master then cried Tom For he s just the same

    19. A fun read As with Blyton s Famous Five series, it has its faults, but this one seems notably less sexist racist than the FF books.

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