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  • But the book proves that if someone is determined, he or she will succeed definitely
  • The story gets more and more interesting, especially the climax

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      ‘Mystery of the vanished prince’ is a book written by Enid Blyton. This is one of the books among the ‘five find-outers and dog’ series. This is a very good book, full of adventure and mystery. It is a very exciting book.

      The five children, Fatty, Larry, Philip, Bets and Daisy are having a lot of fun. They play games and enjoy themselves. It happens that Fatty plans a good trick,


      that is, some of them should dress up as a certain prince and his sister. Then Ern, the nephew of the village policeman, turns up at fatty’s house. At that time, the rest of the children were dressed in princely garments. Ern is surprised to see all this. Then they go parading round the town and Mr Goon notices them. He believes that they are really the relatives of the prince.

      Then it happens that the real prince disappears. Suspicion is that he has been kidnapped. The children are eager to tackle the mystery, though they have very few clues. And Mr Goon is also doing his best to solve the mystery.

      The story is full of adventure and mystery. It is also humourous on several occasions. The children use all their wits to tackle the mystery and to find out ...


      • Mystery of the vanished prince by Enid Blyton
      the whereabouts of the prince. It is not an easy thing to find out where the prince is. But the book proves that if someone is determined, he or she will succeed definitely. The story gets more and more interesting, especially the climax.

      Though the story starts with a lot of fun, games and childish tricks, the story becomes very serious in between. The children have to work very seriously

      if they are to solve the mystery. Ern, their friend and Mr Goon’s nephew, is not much of a help, but he contributes to much of the humour in the story.

      Overall, it is a very nice book to read. Once you start reading, you cannot keep the book down. This is one of the most interesting books written by Enid Blyton. I will rate this book 9 out of 10 points.




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