'Felicity!' Must you play that awful, gloomy tune again?' said Anne-Marie. 'I'm trying to get the last verse of this poem right.'
The fifth form are sharing studies this year. And tempers are fraying. t's going to be a very tense term!
There's more trouble at St Clare's
My ThoughtsI liked this book but I'm not quite sure what I want to say about it. I enjoyed the story but I read this one straight after reading book six and it did feel like more of the same thing.
The characters have some problems that teenagers today still face: exams. As there does tend to be in Enid Blyton books, there's even a thief!
Although I did like the book, the amount of narrators did get a bit confusing. The point of view would change really suddenly and I'd find myself back tracking in an attempt to figure out what had just happened. A sense of stability in the chapters would have been marvellous.
3 stars - It's a good read that you can enjoy in a matter of hours. It's not one of my favourite Enid Blyton's but it's worth a read none the less.
- Book Summary from the back of the book
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