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Five Go to Billycock Hill (Famous Five #16)

3.86 of 5 stars 3.86  ·  rating details  ·  3,720 ratings  ·  33 reviews
Hurrah! It's holiday time, and the Famous Five are spending it at Billycock Hill. Most exciting of all, they've made a new friend - a real pilot! But now he has disappeared, with top secret equipment...

The Five are puzzled, and concerned, too. Could their new friend be a spy - a traitor? Whatever his motives are, the gang feel duty-bound to investigate...
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Published May 4th 1995 by Hodder Children's Books (first published 1957)
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Luffy Monkey D.
Enid Blyton remains -and after this book, stays - as one of my favorite authors. This book made for a good merry tale of adventure and innocence, and the pages flew by in one day. I needed this book after a few mismatched and false starts and hiccups. I needed the silky and fluid narrative that this book provided. If there had been a clever enough ending instead of the dumb one provided then it would be one of the best ever. This book is about the Famous Five going off to a Hill bracketed by a ...more
Kirsti
A cute little story, made more cute by Benny and Curly, his little pigling. I liked as well the inclusion of Toby, a friend of Julian and Dick's- it seems to me that most of the kids the five go to school with wouldn't believe their adventures, and now one has shared in it. It was another quick read, but I always love reading the adventures of the five, whether long or short.

One particular line caught my attention; when they are discussing traitors, Dick says traitors deserve to die. Heady stuff
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Robert
Saya ingat sekali novel pertama yang saya baca adalah "Lima Sekawan: Sarjana Misterius" saat masih kelas 1 SMP. Membaca Lima Sekawan saat itu terasa asyik sekali, seakan saya ikut merasakan kekompakan bersama, kecerdikan Timmy, dan aksi kepahlawanan mereka membela kebenaran. Saya juga sering merasa iri dengan mereka yang diceritakan selalu dijamu makanan-makanan lezat, seperti daging asap, salmon, dsb. Gara-gara novel ini jugalah, saya jadi ingin merasakan tidur-tiduran di padang rumput yang lua ...more
Nathalie
Ahh, the joys of the famous five. A wonderful reflection of the time it was written, when kids scampered around the countryside, knocked on the doors of strange farmhouses and were given creamy milk, eggs and cake! (pretty sure it wasn't like that at all, but we can all rosy tint that past!)

This book deals with the terrible problem that there might be spies and theft around ("Goodness gracious!")with Enid Blyton's usual cast of Julian, Dick, Anne and George with Timmy the dog providing all of th
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Lee
Petualangan??
Petualangan apaan?

Satu-satunya yang saya ingat cuman detil snack untuk tea party dan tiap makanan untuk bekal para Lima Sekawan.
OHOHOHOHOHO.
*lalu dilempar pake Timmy dan si Babi*

Tapi akui sajalah. Kemampuan Enid Blyton sebagai penulis untuk menggambarkan makanan memang oh-so-yoi-banget.
Bahkan, jujur, untuk saya itu salah satu bakat Mbah Enid yang paling yoi.
Bakat Enid Blyton yang lain dan cukup revolusioner untuk ukuran penulis awal abad 20 adalah cara beliau dalam menggambarkan
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David Sarkies
Aug 16, 2013 David Sarkies rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Nostogic people and kids
Recommended to David by: My Dad
Shelves: adventure
I guess by number 16 the stories start to become a little dry and the setting becomes very similar. I have probably mentioned before, and the reason that I have mentioned it is because others have mentioned it as well, and that is that the Famous Five do not actually seem to grow up and that there seem to be an awful lot of holidays in England. In fact the Famous Five seem to spend more time on holidays than they do at school, and further, there seems to be many places around Kirin Cottage for ...more
Lintang Handayani
Teringat jaman saya masih sd, ketagihan untuk membaca setelah melahap segala macam buku sehabis mengenal harry potter series, di balik rak ada buku-buku kecil yang sudah menguning dan berlabel Rp 500 dibelakangnya, ada sekitar 15an buku yang tidak pernah dibaca oleh siapapun sebelum saya menemukannya. Maklum tante saya bekerja di kompas gramedia dan sangat senang membelikan buku-buku saat pameran di kantornya untuk kakak saya yang sayangnya sangat tidak menyukai membaca buku. buku-buku tersebut ...more
Jake Collins
There are several interesting and engaging aspects to this adventure, including caves, aeroplanes and a mysterious pair of butterfly men.
Lili
Book I loved and since children and grandchildren adore, everyone of Blyton's books are enjoyable readable and loved by all
Dyah
this is a good book, but not for 17th years old
Jureshka Naidoo
the best of the five yet to come.
Francisca Todi
Nostalgia buku masa remaja, haha.
Kohila Ganesan
Amazing adventure. Loved this book.
Faa
Billycock Hill was the place where Five learned about the words traitor. They got to know Dick and Julian's friend cousin, a pilot with British Army. So when he disappeared one night flying the latest airplane belonged to the British government, Five were buffled by his action and decided to find out the truth on one issue: where was their new friend loyalty lies to. Was he a spy, traitor or there was more to it. This was another adventure by Five happened while they were camping together and I ...more
Fenny Jung
lima sekawan tuh buku yang g gemari waktu smp mpe skr udah bertahun2 buku2 lima sekawan tetap jadi salah satu buku favorit g...
buku petualangan mereka yang pertama g baca adlh "Lima Sekawan: Ke Bukit Billycock".Acara berkemah di bukit mereka berubah menjadi petualangan seru dimana mereka harus menghadapi penjahat yang berkedok ilmuwan... kisah seru mereka di buku ini bikin g jd ketagihan baca petualangan mereka yang lain yang gak kalah bagusnya...
lima sekawan tetap jd favorit g selalu...^^
Neja
These books (Famous five) are hands down one of my favorite books from my childhood. All those adventures and mystery …and those sandwiches they always packed! aww, just the best! I would love to read one of these again. To bring back those memories..memories of first experiences with reading books.
Jibin
i liked this book because it was so intresting from the mystery this book is about when a piolet goes missing and people think he stole special equipment but he was kidnapped
Tineth
lima sekawan niy ga ada matinyaaa...
petualangannya seruu banget:)
palagi dibacanya ma anak SD..walaahh..kuereeenn:)
love them till now...
:)
Mariana
Este é o meu livro preferido da colecção "Os cinco" e um dos que, por algum motivo, mais marcou os primeiros anos da minha adolescência.
Irwan
I remember there is a new strange friend in this volume, who keeps a snake in his pocket and can attract animals.
Hanif
5 sekawan mengalami banyak petualangan seru di bukit Billycock!!
Sarah
The things that these characters gets up to never stops to amaze me.
Manushi
A really awesome plot!!!this is real and pure adventure!!!
Deb Sharp
this was a really good Famous Five Adventure!
Maisie
How did she manage to write so many of these
Jessica J.
crecí leyendo sus libros y me sirvieron bien
Endah
aku baca edisi "tua" :D
Maya
Pigs could help..!!HA HA..
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Born in 1897 in South London, Enid Mary Blyton was the eldest of three children, and showed an early interest in music and reading. She was educated at St. Christopher's School, Beckenham, and - having decided not to pursue her music - at Ipswich High School, where she trained as a kindergarten teacher. She taught for five years before her 1924 marriage to editor Hugh Pollock, with whom she had tw ...more
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