The Mountain of Adventure (Adventure Series)

The Mountain of Adventure (Adventure Series)

Enid Blyton

Language: English

Pages: 304

ISBN: 1447262794

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The fifth exciting installment in Enid Blyton's Adventure series

Surely a peaceful holiday in the Welsh mountains will keep the children out of trouble. But the mystery of a rumbling mountain soon has them thirsty for more adventure. Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann, Jack, and Kiki the parrot are determined to explore the mountain and uncover its secret, but first they must escape from a pack of ravenous wolves and a mad genius who plans to rule the world.

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Dinah. “I’m jolly thirsty too.” They had to have a meal without anything to drink. They were very hungry, and the food seemed to warm them a little. They played a game of tag to get themselves thoroughly warm after the meal. David looked as if he thought they had gone mad. Snowy joined in wildly, neatly tripping everyone up. Kiki rose in the air and screamed. “Look at David’s face! He thinks we’re all crazy!” giggled Lucy-Ann. She sank down on a rock. “Oh, I can’t run any more. I’ve got a

with him, and trotted by his side all the time. “Here, Dapple!” called Philip. “Come and help us with these things, there’s a good fellow.” Dapple stood obediently whilst the boys strapped things on to his back. He took all the bedding up to the cave first, scrambling up the steep bits with difficulty, but managing very well indeed. Then he took up the panniers of food. “Thanks, Dapple,” said Jack, giving him a pat. “Now come and have a drink!” They all went to the stream and drank and

looking out of the wide, low windows and the big open door. What a view! Great mountains reared up their heads in the evening light. Deep shadows lay across the valley, but the mountains still caught the sunlight, and gleamed enchantingly. It was all so different from the country round their home, and the children felt that they could never look long enough at the mountain-tops and the shadowed valleys below. “You are very lonely here,” said Bill. “I can’t see a single house or farm anywhere.”

breeze blew more strongly. They lay down, trying to go to sleep. The two girls slept, but Jack lay wide awake, feeling worried about Kiki and Philip and the girls too. He heard a noise far away in the distance and sat up. He knew what that was � it was a helicopter! There was no mistaking the noise now. Was it coming to the mountain? He awoke the two girls. “Dinah! Lucy-Ann! The helicopter’s coming. Wake up and let’s watch. Get back under the awning, in case it lands too near us.” The girls

didn’t want to! Lucy-Ann clutched Dinah’s arm till she squealed. Both girls watched what was happening, breathless with intense excitement. The dogs began to drag the two men over to Philip. Erlick, the great ape-like fellow, a real bully if ever there was one, was screaming for mercy, a coward, like all bullies. “Call them off! I’ll surrender! Call them off, boy!” Meier fought savagely, not seeming to care whether he was bitten or not. He could not find his revolver and was beside himself with

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