6 edition of The castle of adventure. found in the catalog.
Lucy-Ann, Jack, Dinah, and Philip spend the holidays in a cottage near a strange, deserted castle, and find themselves in the midst of another adventure, involving a torch flashing at night and men at work in the depths of the castle.
|Statement||With illus. by Stuart Tresilian.|
|Contributions||Tresilian, Stuart, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.B629 Cas2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||46018356|
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The Castle of Adventure is the second book of the series. This was the one I read first and got introduced to the series. This book opens at a school. That way the settings are similar to island of adventure.
Isle of Adventure started at a masters house. This one starts at the hostel of the girls school where Dinah and Lucy Ann study/5. The Castle of Adventure Review by Keith Robinson (Ma ) Unlike the intriguing hook of the first book in the series, The Castle of Adventure seems to start out like a lot of Five Find-Outer and Famous Five books, where a couple of the children are waiting impatiently for the hols to begin.
In this case, Dinah and Lucy-Ann provide a decidedly transparent infodump for the readers' benefit: "One. Enid Blyton's writing is fantastic and the book is jam The Castle of Adventure by Enid Blyton was another favourite of mine growing up. The story starts with two children (Jack and Lucy-Ann) who are adopted by a family and they are great friends /5.
This book is set in Scotland and certainly has a Scottish feel to it, with its mountains, castles and golden eagles, though the country is not specified until The Mountain of Adventure, when Jack recalls observing an eagles' nest at a castle in Scotland.
It is the Easter holidays and Jack, Philip, Dinah and Lucy-Ann are on holiday with Mrs.