Geheimnis um einen entführten Prinzen (Geheimnis, #9)
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Geheimnis um einen entführten Prinzen (The Five Find-Outers #9)

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In this adventure for the Five Find-Outers and dog, Fatty's latest dressing-up game turns into an exciting search for a missing Indian prince, when Prince Bongawah - whose uncle is trying to get control of his country by trying to remove the heir to the throne - goes missing from a camp near Peterswood...
Published 1971 by Tosa Verlag (first published 1951)
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I only found the last part of the book anywhere near interesting although i cant complain since the book was intended to be a children's book and it would be unjust to judge it as a bad work.But even then nothin really interested me to keep reading the book except the desire to finish it and be done with the series.The plot if seperated frm the book could be a good one.There were some instances where i laughed.But generally there was no momentum untill the last chapters and the repetition of sen...more
enid blyton adalah salah satu pengarang favorit saya. saya tumbuh dengan buku-buku beliau, dan ini adalah salah satu dari sekian banyak karya enid blyton yang saya sukai.

oke, saya akan mereview sedikit. Pasukan mau tahu yang terdiri dari Fatty, Bets, Pip, Larry dan Daisy dan pelengkap adalah anjing Fatty, Buster kali ini memulai misteri mereka dengan pura-pura menyamar sebagai anak-anak bangsawan saudara dari Pangeran Asing dari Negara Tetarua yang kebetulan sedang ikut berkemah di Peterswood. A...more
The Mystery of the Vanished Prince by Enid Blyton was a good mystery. The Find-Outers did a credible job in their sleuthing. However, the book borders on being offensive in the description and treatment of the 'foreign' prince, the 'gypsies', and the working class boys Ern, Perce and Sid. I don't know if the text in this edition has been modified from the original. If so, it hasn't been modified enough. You don't have to be very sensitive to find a lot of cringe-worthy moments. Probably one of t...more
Alysha loomba
good exiting read!
Well here's a mystery. A kidnapping, but it looks as if the boy went willingly with his captors? Was he tricked, or something else. Every clue matters, and it's a small one that will help the Find Outers solve the case this time! Five cheers for Enid Blyton, Five stars as well!
enid blyton is an europe author and she is one of my favorites... all her books are a must read... this one is a mystery by the five-find outers...
Mar 19, 2009 Aditi rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition Recommends it for: anyone who likes mystries
Recommended to Aditi by: noone
really good. after reading the ending,is seems obvious but before we don't have the slightest idea
Fatty excels at the end and surprises everyone with his brilliance
Junalukemista. Samaa salaisuus-sarjan tasoa kuin aiemmatkin.
Eva (Inzu)
lagi enjoy baca enid i had fun read this one :)
mah first famous five book...will never forget ya!!!
Apr 25, 2013 Vaijayanthi rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition Recommends it for: -
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It is a very nice book! I like it.
where do you go to read the book
Astha Agrawal
This book in awsome!!!!!
Sahil (w7)
It was a excellent story.
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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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