The Sea of Adventure (Adventure Series)

The Sea of Adventure (Adventure Series)

Enid Blyton

Language: English

Pages: 288

ISBN: 1447262786

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The fourth exciting installment in Enid Blyton's Adventure series

A mysterious trip to the desolate Northern Isles soon turns into a terrifying adventure when Bill is kidnapped. Marooned far from the mainland on a deserted coast, Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann, Jack, and Kiki the parrot find themselves playing a dangerous game with an unknown enemy. Will they escape with Bill and their lives?

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“Weel, there’s a plenty for you out yon,” and he nodded towards the sea. “Where will you be sleeping the night? My bit cottage won’t tak’ sae mony.” Lucy-Ann couldn’t understand him, but the others gathered what he meant. “Bring the tents,” ordered Bill. “We’ll soon have them up. We’ll get the fisherman’s wife to give us a meal. It will save our own provisions. Maybe we can get some cream too, and good butter.” By the time that darkness came at last they had all had a good meal, and were bedded

another puffin, a little smaller, but with an even more brilliant beak. “Darby and Joan!” said Jack. The two birds waddled side by side to Philip. The children looked at them in delighted amusement. “What shall we call them?” said Dinah. “If they are going to join our little company, they’ll have to have names. Funny little puffins!” “Huffin and puffin, huffin and puffin,” remarked Kiki, remembering the words suddenly. “Huffin and …” “Yes, of course � Huffin and Puffin!” cried Lucy-Ann in

sure we can’t do any harm, living on an island we can’t get off!” “They got here � in a motor-boat probably,” went on Jack. “Left the motor-boat out beyond, somewhere � and slipped inshore quietly in a rowing-boat. They must know this little channel � or maybe they saw a light from the boat. Bill would be sure to have the cabin light on, and it’s a pretty bright one.” “Yes. And they surprised him and knocked him out, I suppose,” said Philip gloomily. “They’ve taken him away � goodness knows

“Arrrrrr! Arrrrrrr!” “They’re saying that they hope we’ve got a good breakfast for them,” said Dinah. “Huffin and Puffin, I wish you’d eat rats. You’d be very useful then.” Philip’s rats had appeared again, now that the storm was over, much to Dinah’s disgust. They seemed very lively, and one went into Jack’s pockets to find a sunflower seed. It brought one out, sat on Jack’s knee and began to nibble it. But Kiki pounced at once, and snatched the seed away, whilst Squeaker scurried back to

now, miles away from any island. What will we do if the petrol gives out before we’ve reached anywhere?” Bill wiped his forehead. “I don’t like this,” he said. “There’s not much left in the tank now. Once we run out, we can’t get far with oars, and we shall be at the mercy of any fast motor-boat sent out to catch us. I think perhaps one of the bullets must have glanced off the petrol tank and made it leak a bit.” Nobody said anything. “Oh dear,” thought Lucy-Ann, “just as we think things are

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