|The original book|
Another review of a book by Enid Blyton, the seventh in the series, and the most interesting of the three I have read. The language used is somewhat informal, but has a great sense of meaning in it.
The story sets out during the season of Easter, with seven members and a dog belonging a secret society (as I have mentioned earlier here) who are very eager to solve problems that create problems to the pubic. They lose their meeting place and start looking for a new one, eventually finding many locations including an old hut, a boat house, a caravan and a cave. They decide to vote, and choose the secret cave as their meeting place, but are unaware of the actual history of that place.
They find the cave very ‘secret‘ and inconspicuous, and enjoy the sand-covered, cold floor. They bring in their things and enjoy a few ‘hidden’ days. But after some time, their books and food start disappearing. They set traps near the entrance to catch the unknown intruder, but still continue to find their things stolen surprisingly without any disturbance to their trap.They then find an evidence! A book left by the intruder, which was recognized to be a diary of a person named Albert Tanner.
|The Walking Seven|
They start searching the countryside for any clues. Will they find the suspect? Or will they vacate the cave in despair? Or is it a combination of the above two? Read the book to enjoy this wonderful story.