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Based upon, and continuing Enid Blyton's St. Clare's series. New girl, Morag, detests St Clare's. She's only happy when she can escape to the local riding stables. But, now they're in the sixth form, the other girls are sad that it's their final year in their adored school. But what's wrong with Morag? Will they ever be able to understand her?...

Title : The Sixth Form at St. Clare's
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ISBN : 9780749742690
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 160 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Sixth Form at St. Clare's Reviews

  • Tara Calaby
    2019-04-28 05:17

    You can tell this one isn't actually by Blyton. There's something a little 'off' about it from start to finish. It's a fun story in it's own right, but disappointing as part of the St Clare's series.

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    2019-05-07 07:35

    The Sixth Form at St. Clare's (St. Clare's, #9), Enid Blytonعنوان: ششمی ها در سنت کلر جلد 9؛ نویسنده: انید بلایتون؛ مترجم: ایلونا جودمردی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، شهر کتاب، هرمس (کیمیا)، 1386، در 189 ص، شابک: 9789643632021؛ جلد 9 از مجموعه سنت کلر

  • Niloo
    2019-05-08 11:25

    من آخرین بار کی خونده بودم اینو که انقدر یادم بوده؟ :)) و بالاخره باید بگم که بعد از هفت سال٫ دیگه پیر شدم واسه این کتابا! :-"ولی خب.. دلیل نمیشه که ایشون دوست داشتنی نباشه.بهترین قسمتش؟ اینکه هیلاری بگه خداحافظ سنت کلر. :}+ اسم کارلوتا رو می دیدم٫ قیافه ستاره می اومد جلو چشام. :))))

  • LH Johnson
    2019-05-10 08:25

    Thanks to my local charity shop, I recently picked up a batch of the Pamela Cox fill-in titles for both St Clare's and Malory Towers and was a bit fascinated to see what I thought of them. I'd registered that they existed but had never, quite, wanted to read them. It's hard to quantify why I didn't but I think it had something to do with the whole fact that, well, Enid Blyton is so resolutely Enid Blyton that thought of somebody else trying to be Enid Blyton blew my mind a little bit. And these books do feel like they are undercover Enid Blyton titles. There's something interesting in how Cox's name doesn't appear on the front and instead we see that familiar signature of Blyton's on the cover. It feels a little like these are packaged as Blyton books rather than, say, a book written in the St Clare's series but by another author. And that's interesting to me. Do we buy these books as St Clare's books, or Blyton, or Cox? What sort of pre-reading do we come to these books with; these books that both fit and don't fit into the Blyton school story canon?The Sixth Form at St Clare's is one of the books that I felt a greater affinity with and that was primarily because I was already acquainted with the characters. I already loved them, really. My reading of the Malory Towers fill-ins (they're the story of Felicity Rivers and her journey through the school) have been substantially different in that I have had to let go of the fact that I want them to be about Darrell and Sally and Alicia. I want that story. And there's a necessary reading process of grieving for that.So here we are with Pat and Isobel, the don't care O'Sullivan twins, and it's all rather lovely. There were a few plot twists which felt far too modern and a little off-canon (I found the 'coming to the sixth form with your problems' plot, very problematic), and certain of the new girls didn't quite gel with the context of the series as a whole.But I did enjoy it. I enjoyed it because I've always wanted this story. I've always wanted to know what happened - and Cox is very good at delivering that. She knows her series and she knows the motifs of it so well, Mam'zelle Dupot and Mam'zelle Rougier, Miss Potts, midnight feasts, Miss Theobald being awesome (Carlotta being awesome...). It's a lovely book. And I think the key for my enjoyment of it was to acknowledge what it wasn't, and understanding why it wasn't that, and then appreciating what it was.

  • Denisa
    2019-05-18 04:34

    St. Clare's series were my favourite books as child. What was my excitment to find out there are another books written by Pamela Cox. The style of writting is very similar to that of Enid Blyton and I really enjoyed this book as it was almost as a trip back to my childhood.

  • Avi
    2019-04-25 04:27

    This book was lovely. Even though I was practically asleep when I read this book, I noticed how Pat and Isabel have changed so much from their first days at St. Clares. A marvelous ending to a pretty good series.

  • Heather
    2019-05-13 10:33

    An ok book but is recomender to people at around 8-10 years.

  • Anodya
    2019-05-20 11:30

    very nicepat and isabel r good head girls

  • Maryam
    2019-05-11 11:24

    I loved it! I enjoyed all the midnight feasts that had and the tricks they played in the earlier books.

  • T
    2019-05-04 04:39

    I must give Pamela Cox the credit for really putting her best foot forward. But she is not Enid Blyton. Period. She has really managed to go into all the previous books and tried to make the book semalessly integrate with Enid Blyton's book. But it just does not have the feel. I don't know if fan fiction will be succesful as a concept. I often feel intense desire to write them. But I have always been disappointed with other authors trying to don my the mantle of my favorite authors and trying to carry on their legacy.

  • Marina Schulz
    2019-05-20 12:36

    Underwhelming; Cox might shine -or at least not stand out- as the writer, or filler in, of some of Enid Blyton's books, but over here the results were somewhat underwhelming.The plot, with the two younger twins being introduced feels like a rehash of what's already been done; quite literally so. It's a bad version of the first book of the series -- repeated in the same (short) series! Enid Blyton would not have stooped so low as to reuse her own ideas so blatantly. Sticks out for being bad.

  • Lady Entropy
    2019-05-22 12:36

    Unfortunately, Pamela Cox is still trying to find her footing in writing this. Sometimes it almost reaches the style, but it ends up failing a lot, which is really a pity.Maybe she should be allowed to write a series set several yeast AFTER the original series.

  • Char
    2019-04-28 07:20

    For my full review please visit my blog: 2.5 stars

  • Caroline Sayer
    2019-04-29 12:29

    Sixth form with the twins as Head Girls is great. And a brief (brief!) return of Will! I ship him and Carlotta and hate myself for it.

  • Asmita Saha
    2019-05-05 06:36

    I think the book was really good..:D

  • Bilal
    2019-04-27 12:14

    It is good

  • sherry george
    2019-04-30 09:42

    Its Nice. It just Reminds me alot of the naughtiest girl in school.It just talks about normal school problems and how The Head Twins Pat And Isabel Solves the Problems .

  • Sally
    2019-05-24 12:30

    Not bad for completion's sake, so I am glad I read it, but obviously not as good as the original Blytons. Pamela Cox did a FAR better job with her Malory Towers fill-ins, I reckon. 'Fizz', really??

  • Isabel
    2019-05-16 07:44

    You can tell it's not Blyton, and it feels a lot more recent than the rest of the series as a result. A fun read though, and I'm always a sucker for stories with my namesakes as main characters!

  • Sophie Louise Fraser BCyA
    2019-05-19 06:18

    Trouble twins ×2; Ace with five stardFrom the Lacey twins deceiving tricks to Priscilla's bullying tactics, now head girls, Pat and Isabel O'Sullivan will sort it out with their heads held higher than ever before. St Clare's has new head girls and Pat and Isabel O'Sullivan are determined to do well but little do they know Priscilla from their form will stir trouble and be unkind to the first form using Mrs Theobal's new 6th form advice meetings to spy on them.Trouble, Theft and much more...

  • Deb Sharp
    2019-05-01 07:37

    Reading books I lived as a child makes me feel so happy

  • Kyasser
    2019-04-27 05:18

    I think it's a really interesting and fun book. I loved this book because the O' Sullivan Twins are head girls ! That was pretty good!

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  • Hijabfaisal
    2019-05-25 12:44

    i want to read it!

  • Pipiycuid
    2019-04-27 05:15

    bacanya jamannya saya masii sd . wiww. seruu seruu. hehe.

  • Farhan Sani
    2019-05-26 08:43

    really love stories of life at boarding school.