De Vijf op de oude boerderij

De Vijf op de oude boerderij There s a ruined castle on Finniston Farm but only the dungeons remain and nobody knows where they are The Famous Five are determined to find them and whatever is hidden in them but they are not alon

  • Title: De Vijf op de oude boerderij
  • Author: Enid Blyton
  • ISBN: 9023002423
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Paperback
  • There s a ruined castle on Finniston Farm, but only the dungeons remain and nobody knows where they are The Famous Five are determined to find them and whatever is hidden in them but they are not alone Someone else wants to know, too The question is can the Five get there first

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    1. Back with the Famous Five again but this time Enid seems to have forgotten something. There's a distinct lack of conflict in this book.There is an antagonist, of sorts; a couple of them, actually, but they're so ineffectual that they're nothing more than comic relief. Without a convincing antagonist, you're left with a story that's not very exciting at all, unfortunately.This was definitely my least favourite F5 book so far.

    2. The "Famous Five" books gets the "It was OK" rating due to that they were among the books that made me a reader in the first place. They were soon replaced by Alistair MacLean and the Bond-novels, but did provide a stepping stone. I remember this being my favorite cover, but that I found the story a bit uneventful.

    3. These books (Famous five) are hands down one of my favorite books from my childhood. All those adventures and mysteryand those sandwiches they always packed! aww, just the best! I would love to read one of these again. To bring back those memoriesries of first experiences with reading books.

    4. Another in the excellent 'Five' series by the legendary Enid Blyton. Number 18 in the set sees George, Anne, Dick, Julian and Timmy off to stay at Finniston farm, a farm that is struggling with money and has had to take in borders. The children help all they can, but they are baulked by Junior and his Pops, Americans who are intent on snapping up items of historical significance to take back to America.While this book has less action in it than others, it is still an exciting, quick read. We get [...]

    5. seru juga ya kalo masih bisa liat harta2 peninggalan abad 12 di Puri Finniston. tadi ada baju zirah, trus pedang juga. jadi kebayang drama2 abad pertengahan gitu. :DP.S. : disini Enid Blyton kayaknya ada sentimen sama orang Amerika yaa. Hmm 🤔

    6. Diet Famous Five anyone? Famous Five Zero? No? Not quite the same tempo as her other books, I think the middle must have fallen out. The famous five are on some weird diet in this one too, not the usual gargantuan stuffing of faces. Sarah Green reads brilliantly but it's Jan Francis who has the voices the same as they are in my head when it comes to audio versions. A small beige chunk of Famous Five fun but it Finniston a high note!

    7. The one that started it all. The first book I read of the series, found in my father's library when I was 9. The book that I read more times over than any other in my life so far (between 15 and 20, by my calculations). Simply superb.My version is a Spanish translation by Editorial Juventud.

    8. This was always one of my favourite Fives, although I'm not really sure why. The castle, the chapel, the treasure and Old Great-Granddad must all feature somewhere in the reason.

    9. Den är lättläst men ändå bra! Jag läser oftast svårare böcker men jag hade förmodligen älskat denna när jag var mindre!

    10. Brief Summary by Poppy Hutchinson (from enidblytonsociety): In this eighteenth Famous Five adventure, whilst spending the holidays at Finniston Farm, Julian, Dick, George, Anne and Timmy encounter a brazen and tiresome duo of American guests. They also discover that the dungeons of an old Castle remain under some of the land of Finniston Farm – but nobody knows where they are! Of course: the Famous Five are determined to find them, and uncover whatever is inside them, but they are not the only [...]

    11. Its the story about the five teens going over to the Finniston's farm as visitors. They are extremely annoyed by the two Americans staying there.The Americans made it a burden for poor Mrs. Philpot but the five tried their best to help her out.In the meanwhile,a visit to an old antique shop down the lane opens their eyes about the farm.There are dungeons underneath with cellers filled with something unexpected.The five is getting way close to the cellers but someone else is trying as well.Who wi [...]

    12. The four children and Timmy the dog are paying guests at Finniston Farm, and find themselves shocked at the behavior of the other guests, and American and his son, Junior. (Enid Blyton must have really disliked Americans, from the way she portrays them in her books; as an American I rather resent this.) The Five like the Philpot family, who own the farm, and are trying to make ends meet — even the twins, Harry and Harriet, who resent having to take in guests. But when the four children volunte [...]

    13. Finniston farm, ancient ruins, a medieval castle, and twins!I absolutely adored Famous Five as a child. I trawled through secondhand stores and slowly acquired all of them. For some reason in my childhood, there were lots of British books and comics widely available and back then they were sold for the mighty sum of 10 cents. Seems funny now when some of the secondhand shops charge $7-10 per book! I still have all of them safely saved in storage for when Little Miss grows up.

    14. Pretty disappointing this story from the Famous Five series! The build up was long and then the actual adventure itself was pretty tame to be honest! Given that it is the eighteenth book I kind of understand that ideas might have been running thin but this one was a little dull. I am hoping that the last few books will be better than this one!

    15. Another great adventure!! Loved little Junior and his Dad. There have been lots of castles to discover and this one had valuable treasures!! Maybe I’m just getting used to the books but I’m liking these last ones more and more!

    16. Compared to the rest of Famous Five books, this one is not really as exciting. I feel that the characters are lacking, and so is the conflict. Although not one of my favourites book from the Famous Five, it is still a quick, good read.

    17. Eigentlich mag ich die "Fünf Freunde" Bücher total gerne, da sie mich auch immer an meine Kindheit erinnern. Dieses Buch fand ich allerdings recht schwach. Es kommt keine Spannung auf, Gefahren gibt es hier auch keine, die "Fieslinge" sind seicht und kaum der Rede wert. Nettes Kinder-/Jugendbuch, welches aber leider nicht mit den anderen "Fünf Freunde" Büchern mithalten kann.

    18. Five go after some profiteers9 June 2014 Well, this one was a little better than the previous Famous Five adventure that I read, however once again there is a little shift in the nature of the story, which is always a good thing because, since this is book number 18, Blyton no doubt has settled down into a pattern that seems to work (and I suspect the pattern will continue with the last three books in this series). Basically the pattern goes like this: the Famous Five are on holidays so they mee [...]

    19. The eighteenth instalment in the Famous Five series by Enid Blyton. Five on Finniston Farm sees George, Anne, Dick, Julian and Timmy off to stay at a struggling farm which has had to take in borders to put food on the table. The children help all they can, but find themselves hindered by Junior and his Pops, American visitors who are intent on buying items of historical significance to take home, much to the objection of ‘old great-granddad’.An exciting and quick read aimed at those aged aro [...]

    20. George, Anne, Dick, Julian dan gak ketinggalan Timmy, berkumpul lagi. Liburan kali ini mereka ngabisin wkt di Pertanian Finniston. Keluarga Finniston lagi butuh uang, makanya mereka nyewain kamar buat tamu yang mau liburan dipedesaan Disana mereka ketemu dg Anak2 Finniston yang jutek abis ama mereka pada awalnyatapi setelah kenal dekat, jadi berteman baik deh Sesuai dg judulnya, ceritanya seputar harta karun gt Konon ditanah Finniston dulu ada puri, waktu diserbu ama musuh, Puri itu roboh gttapi [...]

    21. This is the eighteenth installment of the Famous Five series. It isn't my favourite but close to.The five, Julian, Dick, George, Anna and Timmy the Dog, visit Finniston farm. Slowly they make friends with the "two Harries" (unison speaking twins Henry and Harriet).They have to deal with stereotypical arrogant, rude and rich Americans Mr Henning and his spoilt rotten son Junior.The children discover the buried and hidden ruins of an old (medieval) castle.

    22. Fem-gänget är ooooootroligt helylle och präktiga, mycket mer än vad jag minns från barndomen när jag läste många av böckerna om dem. Men det funkar. Det är rapp handling, kvick och naturlig dialog. Allt är jävligt mysigt och feelgood och när något dåligt händer eller verkar hända så vet man att det kommer att vändas till något positivt i slutändan. Kul nostalgitripp.

    23. Normal book , really fast Famous Five go to the farm and get to know some awesome people and then they discover a huge thing , and help the farm people Very little book , 1 hour and 5 minutes on audiobook , althought really enjoyable because the audiobook had a lots of sounds ( birds, walking on grass, dog barks) behind the conversation Read it if you love Enid Blyton :)

    24. Ihan ok viisikko, mutta kuten muutkin viisikot, toistaa tämäkin samaa kaavaa kuin ennenkin. Lähdetään lomaa viettämään jonnekin, löydetään salakäytävä kaninkolon avulla, taistellaan pahiksia vastaan ja lopulta pelastetaan salakäytävästä löytyneen aarteen avulla jotakin. Ja se jatkuva syöminen Mutta ihan luettava kuitenkin, kuuluuhan kaavamaisuus kuitenkin sarjakirjojen lajiin.

    25. A fun book! Though short, I enjoyed every bit of it. I'm keen on reading the rest of the books in the Famous Five series, for I got hooked to this book, every page keeping me interested as I read. A good read indeed!

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