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eBook æ The River of Adventure Paperback ☆ dcmdirect ↠ [Download] ➽ The River of Adventure Author Enid Blyton – Dcmdirect.co.uk A river cruise through ancient desert lands will be an adventure in itself think Philip Dinah Lucy Ann and Jack An adventure it certainly is especially when Bill disappears aA river cruise through ancient desert lands will be an adventure in itself think Philip Dinah Lucy I read this as a child and despite loving the other books in the series I found this one extremely patronizing It's so obvious the author knew next to nothing about the Middle East and the characters seem a cheap caricature of Indians with snake charmers and oddly behaving natives I mean the real India here and not the erroneously called Red Indians I'm sure even Indians will find it insulting though

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Ann and Jack An adventure it certainly is especially when Bill disappears and the children along A bit of a different sort of adventure for an Enid Blyton book as she rarely ventures outside of Europe but there you go Of course Philip Jack Lucy Ann and Dinah solve a mystery discover a valuable historical treasure and capture the baddie All in a days work with help from Kiki and a Bargua snake Love this series but this wasn't the best of them Still it's Enid so five stars

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The River of AdventureWith Kiki the parrot are trapped beneath a forgotten temple where no one has set foot for 7000 yea Reasonably enjoyable but mostly a rehash of earlier books in the series without being so well realised The couple of new elements I enjoyed were the snake charming this must have been the book that first told me the truth about that and Aunt Allie or Bill's wife as her name is now finally showing some character when she comes to Oola's defence Kiki scares some men in a dark tunnel with noises yet again but at least this time the scene was mercifully short It was annoying that this time it took even than half the book for the adventure actually to get started and only then because the characters allowed themselves to get lured into it by being unbelievably stupid I was also disappointed that Philip didn't bother naming his snake but apart from that he's a good guest animal and unlike most has uite a lot to do with the plot