Five Go to Demons Rocks (Famous Five, Book 19)

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Facebook Twitter Pinterest Share. Description Also available on eBook. Click here to purchase from Kobo. About the Author Enid Blyton's books have sold over million copies and have been translated into other languages more often than any other children's author. Born in London in , Enid lived much of her life in Buckinghamshire and adored dogs, gardening and the countryside. All 21 titles also available as audiobooks!


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In book nineteen, the Famous Five travel to Demon's Rocks and discover a very old and valuable gold coin. Demon's Rocks is famous for its stories of bountiful treasure, but if the myth is reality, who does the treasure belong to? The Five are determined to find out, but first they need to know who else is exploring Demon's Rocks for the treasure Fantastic new cover art by Laura Ellen Anderson will draw young readers into this accessible timeless classic. One of the world's best-selling authors, Blyton's stories and verse are as quintessentially British as cream teas and red phone boxes.

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With their classic mix of adventure, magic and humour not to mention legendary picnics her books have been selling in their millions since they were first published in the 's. Amongst her best-known stories still flying off the shelves at Waterstones are the intrepid Famous Five and Secret Seven as well as the Noddy books and the enchanted land of The Magic Faraway Tree. Please sign in to write a review.


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    Quantity Add to basket. This item has been added to your basket View basket Checkout. Your local Waterstones may have stock of this item. View other formats and editions. Synopsis Author. It's an old, disused lighthouse, standing empty and alone on Demon's Rocks about twenty miles along the coast from Kirrin. Naturally the Five love the idea of spending some time there—and getting out from under the angry scientists' feet! And so arrangements are made and the Five set off the next day. I was puzzed to find that Julian himself makes all the arrangements regarding transport to the lighthouse.

    He hires a car and driver—a taxi?

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    Does Aunt Fanny or Uncle Quentin not have a car then? Or are they still using a pony and trap even in the sixties when this book was written? Even so, car or not, surely it should be up to Fanny to arrange this kind of thing. The journey to, and arrival at the lighthouse is a very nice read.

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    The lighthouse is well described and Tinker shows obvious enthusiasm for the fact that it belongs to him. And well he might! Even George, owner of an entire island , is impressed. There were a number of nagging doubts as the story progressed though. First on the list is that, once again, there's a crotchety old man with tales to tell, in this case Jeremiah Boogle, the great-grandad of the driver who brought the children to Demon's Rocks.

    How old is this man exactly?

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    He's described as "very old," and he must be to be the great-grandad of the driver. There's a tiny discussion about this in the Talk About Blyton section; if the driver George Jackson in my book, Gordon Jackson in the originals? I guess we live in different times now, when couples don't routinely marry and have children by the time they're twenty! Speaking of bloopers, I posted my own—about the Five going to buy the old man some sweets. The owner of the shop takes their money, says, "There you are" as if to pass the sweets over, then says he'll pass the sweets onto the old man next time he sees him.

    But later the Five hand over the sweet themselves!

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    Suddenly, it all comes clear when I study the previous blooper about "Jeramiah Bougle" completely different spelling ; apparently "the tobacconist knows the brand name of the cigarettes when the Five buy him some. This explains the bloopers where the shopkeeper says he'll pass on the "sweets" himself. He would do if it was really tobacco he was selling!

    So I think it's a new edition publisher slip-up.


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    • And on the subject of bloopers, is it by accident that the Five have somehow forgotten all about ship "wreckers" along the coasts a major part of Five Go Down to the Sea? And have the Five forgotten what it's like traversing an undersea tunnel, like the one George herself owns back at Kirrin? And come to mention it, it's extremely odd that the children never mention previous adventures and other treasure troves they've happened across. Did they forget their last adventure at Finniston Farm, for instance?