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Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timmy the dog find excitement and adventure wherever they go in Enid Blyton's most popular series.

In book 16, it's holiday time at Billycock Hill and the Famous Five make new friend - a real pilot! But when he disappears with top secret equipment, the Five begin to wonder if their new friend could be a spy, or worse, a traitor.

Whatever his motives, the gang feel duty-bound to investigate....

©2013 Enid Blyton (P)2013 Hodder Children's Books

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  • NewMom
  • 10-31-17

good

I like it when the dogs shake paws it is like shake ing hands it is like magic

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  • SilentSinger
  • 04-28-16

Five Go To Billycock Hill

It's the Whitsun Holidays, so what better way for the Five to spend their vacation, but camping up the titular location? There, they meet with Julian and Dick's schoolfriend Toby Thomas, his young, pigling obsessed brother, Benny and their courageous pilot cousin, Jeff, who's stationed at a nearby RAF base. Cue mysterious storms, an odd butterfly farm and a kidnapping.

It's standard Five Fare: camping, springs, teas etc. Sometimes Julian can come across as a little prig, but hey ho.

Jan Francis was an excellent narrator, especially in regard to the youngster Benny.

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  • Ms G.
  • 01-19-17

l have read this 4 times and I am not bored !!!!!!

this is epic l love this book it has so much exitmant and drama !
you need to read it!!!!!!!!!