BEST BOOK REVIEWS: MISCHIEF AT MALORY TOWERS | Sunday Observer

BEST BOOK REVIEWS: MISCHIEF AT MALORY TOWERS

Second Prize 

My favourite book series is Malory Towers. Malory Towers is a series of six novels by English children's author Enid Blyton. In 2009, six more books were added to the series by author Pamela Cox, who has also made additions to Enid Blyton's St. Clare's series.

There are 12 books altogether. The story is very popular among girls ever since the publication of the first book in 1946. The story is based on a girls’ boarding school located in picturesque surroundings by the sea in Cornwall.

A castle-like building on the cliffs, it boasts four round towers. The girls get through six years at the school sharing in their challenges, disappointments and achievements as they work hard and play hard. “Always stay out of mischief” - this could be the hardest task among all in Malory Towers. This became my favourite book in the little library of mine because it’s similar to what my friends and I do in school. This book series is very enjoyable, beautiful and funny. These qualities in the books made me read from the first to the last. And the best part is that there is always mischief at Malory Towers!

Nethali Yolanda,

 

Grade 9, O.K.I. International School. 

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