The fourth exciting installment in Enid Blyton's Adventure series
A mysterious trip to the desolate Northern Isles soon turns into a terrifying adventure when Bill is kidnapped. Marooned far from the mainland on a deserted coast, Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann, Jack, and Kiki the parrot find themselves playing a dangerous game with an unknown enemy. Will they escape with Bill and their lives?
About the Author
Enid Blyton, who died in 1968, is one of the most popular and prolific children's authors of all time. She wrote more than 700 books, which have been translated into many languages throughout the world.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I've been finding my "Sunday" reading insufficiently satisfying for a while of late, craving something with more intellectual stimulation. But now that I'm madly trying to prepare for Uni, unable to keep up with all the things that have to be done by the end of February, including reading lots of incomprehensible bumph on the "information society", Enid Blyton suddenly seems like a major haven. I could happily wrap myself up in Blyton for ages and just live in the world of imagination she offers. Which is clearly what always attracted me. Just goes to show that I needed to be doing something again - just perhaps not quite so frantically or intensely...
I thought the 'Adventure' series were even better than the Famous Five, in terms of exictment. Now of course I think it's all the same plot. But I'm 25 so really am not the target audience.
This book is great for anybody. It' s really exciting and hard to put down once you start reading it. Everybody should read this book.