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  • Luffy
    2019-01-16 15:06

    This is how the book ends :-‘What an exciting time we’ve had! I really did enjoy every minute of it!’So did we, George. Hurry up and fall into another adventure. We are longing to hear what you and the others will be up to next. How we wish we could join you! Good-bye for now - and take care of yourselves, Five. Good luck!Enid Blyton didn't know that this book was to be her last Famous Five book. It's a sobering thought. The book came out in 1964, and Enid Blyton would live a further 4 more years. Unlike Dame Agatha Christie, Blyton retained most of her faculties when she neared death.I remember a 'Find Outers' Mystery book that was made of pretty poor plotting, but the last Famous Five book suffered no such limitations. There is not one Enid Blyton book that I gave a 1 star rating to, and that makes her my most reliable author. I don't know what that means for me, but there you go.PS - I know that there are Famous Five books that are ghostwritten but they don't count, since they are a horrible fake version of the real thing.

  • Paul
    2019-01-10 17:58

    Well, it's been a long road (getting from there to here) but here we are at the end of the final Famous Five novel! I mean, sure, there's a short story collection and F5 books written by other authors but they don't really count...This being the case, I wish I could say the Five go out on a high but... nope. Enid's basically mooshed the plots from two previous books in the series together in what is a somewhat half-arsed attempt at a new story. The ending's a bit weird, too, with George and Timmy doing something to the bad guys that could easily have killed them. I mean, I'm not against the baddies getting iced in other types of books but it doesn't feel quite right in the Famous Five.To be honest, this probably doesn't deserve three stars but I couldn't bring myself to say farewell to this series with a two star rating after all the fun it's given us over the last year or so...Buddy read with Sunshine Seaspray...

  • David Sarkies
    2019-01-15 20:12

    The Last Famous Five Adventure9 January 2016 Well, here I am sitting in a car driving back to Melbourne (actually, to be precise I am in the passenger seat – my Dad is driving – even though the car has cruise control doesn't mean that I can write a book review and drive at the same time). Anyway, this is the last of the Famous Five books, and the last of the Enid Blyton books that I have slated to read (and no, the Naughtiest School Girl won't be one of those books I end up reading in the future, though knowing my luck I'll probably end up eating my words sometime in the future as I end up writing a review of it down the track). So, the Five come together for one last adventure (though there is a suggestion at the end of the book that it might not be their last adventure, however we do know that after this one Enid Blyton didn't write any more), and they once again return to Kirin Cottage, which also means a return to Kirin Island. However there is a problem – George's house keeper has come down with scarlet fever, which means the house is under quarantine, so they have to go and stay somewhere else, namely at Tinker's house (the kid that loves going around pretending he is a motor car). Of course they stumble onto an adventure (halfway through the book), and end up solving it (I should have said spoiler alert however I think we all know what to expect from a mystery book). What I did think about as I was reading this book was what happened to the Famous Five after this. Well since this is the last of their adventures I was contemplating that this was going to be the last time they all got together. First of all Timmy is a dog which means that he is probably getting old and would have to be put down sooner of later (much to George's horror), so my theory is that this is what happens between now and the next set of holidays. Julian, being the oldest, graduates from school and heads off to college (we'll say Oxford for arguments sake) where he graduates with a law degree and then ends up working at Scotland Yard. As for Dick, well he ends up getting a scholarship at an American Ivy League university where he studies science and becomes a forensic scientist (for the FBI obviously). George ends up following him over, however she takes a different path and ends up getting involved in the social revolution and the sexual liberation movement (due to her desire to be a boy). She doesn't necessarily go off the rails though, as she ends up graduating and becoming a vet. As for Anne, and I know this is going to sound a little sexist, but when we consider the context of the stories this isn't surprising – she marries and becomes a housewife. I did note that they have a new generation of the Famous Five running around with modern gadgets such as laptops, however I would have to say that they would be more like the grandchildren of the original Famous Five as opposed to their children (the children of the Famous Five would have been children of the 80s). It is also interesting how the new lot seemed to have some specialist skill sets where as the original characters didn't seem to have any specific skill sets. Anyway, that is enough of my theorising and it is probably time now to go and do something else (like have a bit of a snooze).

  • Kirsti
    2019-01-22 19:09

    The final book in the exciting Famous Five series sees a return of two of the characters from "Five go to Demon's rocks"- that is, Tinker and Mischief the monkey! Looking forward to a nice holiday at Kirrin, the Four children arrive there only to be told Joan, the cook, is ill with Scarlet Fever and the house is under quarantine. Now, here was a bit of confusion- the kids are returning from school, but Timmy didn't go to school with George like he usually does? We're told over and over in the books that George wouldn't go to a school that didn't allow pets, and indeed see him at school with her in a few books, but all of a sudden that's changed and it's a little confusing.Now, where are the Five to go? well, Professor Hayling invites them to his house, and promptly forgets he issued the invite! Good thing his cook Jenny and Tinker remember, and the Five are camping in a field with circus folk nearby, coming to the house only for meals. They befriend the circus folk, especially Charlie the chimp. While they're there, some of Professor Hayling's precious scientific papers are stolen, and it's up to the Five to make sure the thieves don't get the rest.I like this book, but I wish that we had ended the series on Kirrin, even if I prefer when the five are away from there. It would have been nice to see them start and finish their true adventures (I don't count any book written by anyone else about the five as their "true" adventures) on the Island, although that was where George showed her spunky character one last time with the Magician Wooh there anyway. It would have been nice to see all the five there.Still, I'll end with a note about this series. It really is an excellent series, and I know it's been labelled all kinds of things over the years, such as racist, sexist etc, and I've read one view that says the whole series is repressed sexual energy on the part of the author (there are towers, and tunnels, somehow that's sexual?) But it really is just four children and their dog having adventures, upholding justice and eating great food. Don't analyze it, just love it. Just read it, and you'll do fine.

  • Dan
    2018-12-24 17:15

    I read all of the Famous Five books, and the Secret Seven books, AND some of Blyton's other childrens' adventure stories, when I was a child. Indeed, it is probably this author, more than any other, who instilled in me the love of reading that I have today. Of course they seem terribly dated these days, embodying values that belong to a generation that is passing away, and no doubt some people would say "good riddance!" but they are a reminder that not everything our parents and grandparents held dear was bad and, in many ways, they expose the folly of our own generation, so intent on breaking free of the past that we have failed to notice the lack of anything really sustainable with which to replace it.

  • Neja
    2019-01-07 17:12

    These books (Famous five) are hands down one of my favorite books from my childhood. All those adventures and mystery …and those sandwiches they always packed! aww, just the best! I would love to read one of these again. To bring back those memories..memories of first experiences with reading books.

  • Srividya
    2019-01-15 18:19

    Oh what a wonderful start to reliving my childhood days. The Famous Five series has always been my cherished books since I was about 6 or 7 I guess. And to be able to read them again and go along with the Five as they solve another mystery was just wonderful :)This is the last book of the series and I don't think it was the best of the lot but still it was enjoyable. Enjoyed it just as much as I did when reading as a child.. Guess some people never grow up or grow out of their childishness :D :DThe story is really simple, George's cook is down with scarlet fever and her parents are under quarantine. Therefore, the Five can't stay at Kirrin Village, instead have to go and stay with their friend Tinker and his manic monkey Mischief. Tinker's father is another absent minded but brilliant scientist, always working on something really important. When the Five and Tinker decide to camp out on the fields near Tinker's home, they catch up with a traveling circus. Fun and entertainment ensues, only to be marred by a theft of Professor Hayling's papers. The Five investigate and of course are successful in catching the thief!! Short and sweet, it was a wonderful trip down memory lane. By the way, I still get hungry while reading these books, the food is really tempting, even today!! :P :PDo take a trip with these Five and believe me your stress will fly out of that window :) :)

  • Irwan
    2019-01-07 13:04

    The last in the series that was actually written by Blyton. I didn't really enjoy the continuation written by someone else. Well, it was just not the same. I was too familiarized with the "routine" by Enid Blyton. Probably she charmed me as a kid as J.K. Rowlings does to kids nowadays. Probably with different media coverage and financial success. Well, It just show us how the world has changed.All in all, reading famous five was part of my idyllic childhood memory. And most probably it was the first experience that got me into books and reading after all.

  • Laksmi Anindita
    2019-01-11 18:10

    Judul : Lima Sekawan vol. 21 (Sirkus Misterius)Pengarang : Enid BlytonAlih Bahasa : Agus SetiadiPenerbit : PT Gramedia Pustaka UtamaTebal : 192 halamanLima Sekawan kembali lagi! Sekarang mereka berkemah di dekat rumah temannya, Utik, yang merupakan anak seorang ilmuwan ternama. Awalnya Utik marah karena ada rombongan sirkus keliling yang ikut berkemah di lapangan miliknya. Tapi setelah ayahnya membacakan dokumen perjanjian mengenai lapangan tersebut, Utik pun akhirnya bersedia berkemah berdekatan dengan mereka.Awalnya perkemahan itu berjalan menyenangkan. Pemain sirkus itu menampilkan penampilan pra-pertunjukkan kepada Lima Sekawan dan Utik. Saat bertemu MR. Wooh, si Penyihir Ajaib, pun Utik membeberkan rahasia mengenai proyek Ayahnya yang sebenarnya tidak boleh diketahui siapapun. Tanpa Utik sadari, Mr. Wooh sangat tertarik untuk mencuri dokumen rahasia ayahnya dan ingin menjualnya kepada negara. Dan malam itu juga, Mr. Wooh pun beraksi. Sayangnya, Jenny, juru masak Utik, belum tidur dan melihat adanya sekelebat bayangan yang naik ke tembok menara dan menyebabkan Mr. Wooh hanya mendapatkan beberapa lembar kertas dari kamar menara itu.Lima sekawan tak tinggal diam. Mereka berencana untuk memalsukan dokumen rahasia itu dengan angka yang berbeda dan mengembalikannya ke kamar menara sedangkan dokumen asli akan dibawa ke Pulau Kirrin—pulau milik George. Tapi sayang, aksi itu segera diketahui oleh Mr. Wooh yang kebetulan mampir ke tenda Julian. Lima Sekawan pun akhirnya merubah taktik untuk langsung menyimpan dokumen aslinya di Pulau Kirrin. Awalnya George marah, ia merasa ialah yang pantas untuk melakukan tugas itu karena pulau itu miliknya. Tapi George punya rencana lain. Sebelum tidur, George berpamitan kepada Anne kalau ia hendak berjalan-jalan bersama anjing kesayangannya, Timmy. Tapi George tidak berjalan-jalan melainkan pergi ke Pulau Kirrin bersama Timmy. Di sana Mr. Wooh dan seorang temannya sudah menunggu kedatangannya. Dan dengan segala kecerdikannya, akhirnya mereka pun terjebak di Pulau Kirrin.Serial ini selalu menarik seperti serial-serial yang sebelumnya. Keseruan, ketegangan, dan kekocakkan menjadi bumbu penyedap yang menarik untuk dibaca. Dan entah bagaimana ceritanya, Lima Sekawan pun pasti bisa mengungkap dan menuntaskan segala keanehan yang ada dengan kecerdikan mereka. Bisa dibilang, buku ini sempurna. Tidak memiliki kesalahan suatu apapaun.Tokoh yang aku suka adalah George. Perempuan yang bergaya dan bersikap seperti anak laki-laki ini memang kolokan dan suka merajuk, tapi ia mempunyai ketabahan yang luar biasa. Ia berani menghadapi ribuan penjahat sekalipun selama ia bersama Timmy. Ia pun tak gentar terhadap resiko yang menghadangnya. Lain halnya dengan George, Utik sangat nakal. Ia tidak bisa diam, selalu mengganggu pekerjaan ayahnya. Mulutnya pun tak bisa dijaga. Ia selalu membeberkan pekerjaan ayahnya yang sifatnya sangat rahasia, baik secara sengaja ataupun tidak sengaja dengan alasan bahwa ia sangat mengagumi sosok ayahnya. Alhasil, kelakuannya itu pun mengundang resah banyak pihak.Dari serial ke-21 ini, aku bisa memberinya rating sebanyak 4 dari 5 bintang. Aku akui cerita ini memang menarik dan bagus, tetapi kalau dibandingkan dengan serial yang lainnya, ada yang lebih menarik daripada serial ke-21 ini.Salam resensator,Ninda

  • Catherine
    2019-01-03 12:59

    This, as the final book in the Famous Five series, is a tad disappointing and confusing sadly. Although I have to admit that my son (6) enjoyed it as much as the others. It begins with the 4 children coming home from school and George being upset that Timmy doesn't meet her at the train station. I always thought that Timmy went to George with school. Then the actual mystery wasn't much of a mystery, and was all over in about 3 chapters, even with dragging it out.It was okay, but not the best story by far.

  • Abhirami
    2019-01-07 12:01

    Famous 5 are up to another adventure which is very exciting indeed.I really loved this book.Thumps up for famous 5 and Enid Blyton.

  • Nicola
    2019-01-03 12:22

    "The children are supposed to be staying at Kirrin Cottage, but as soon as George's mother and father's maid Joanna catches scarlet fever, the Five are sent to live with an old friend, called Tinker, and his famous scientist father, who first appeared in Five Go To Demon's Rocks (1961). When top secret papers belonging to the scientist go missing, it is left up to the children to find the thief, whoever he is. "I absolutely adored Famous Five as a child. I trawled through secondhand stores and slowly acquired all of them. For some reason in my childhood, there were lots of British books and comics widely available and back then they were sold for the mighty sum of 10 cents. Seems funny now when some of the secondhand shops charge $7-10 per book! I still have all of them safely saved in storage for when Little Miss grows up.

  • Katie Grainger
    2019-01-11 15:07

    I think that too be honest with the last two books of the Famous Five series you could tell that Enid Blyton had run out of steam when it came to this series. I feel like this book was an odd one, the build up was long and then when something finally did happen it was pretty obvious. The book ends with George and Timmy going off on there own and essentially wrapping up the story themselves! To be honest all a little strange.I feel sad but also a little relieved that I have finally finished the series, I think that towards the end the stories became a more or less the same. I love the early books in the series but I think the grand finale wasn't all that amazing.

  • Fatima Alsuwaidi
    2019-01-03 20:02

    2.5

  • Lizzi Heaney
    2018-12-30 14:15

    Finally finished my reread of this series. This one’s got a very slow start, but a good showing for George at the end, even though Julian’s still a bit of a prat.

  • Srividya Venkataraman
    2018-12-25 18:52

    It was really exciting to read who would be the thief... And like a small child i also had some suspects and that was found to be correct....

  • Natasha ⚡️
    2018-12-31 13:11

    You can tell from the end of this book that there were to be more, shame there wasn't. I will miss reading this series.Great books.

  • Dianeh
    2019-01-14 18:06

    No caves!!!! Spunky George does the deed! I liked this one because there were lots of new characters!

  • Martyn
    2019-01-18 11:55

    I've read about a dozen of the Famous Five books in the last month, and it wasn't an entirely pleasant experience. Overall I find Blyton to be quite mediocre. As a child I really enjoyed many of her books, but as an adult I can recognise how limited her abilities were. She seemed to have a winning formula (as far as entertaining children was concerned) and she stuck to it. And the problem with that is that there is no character development in her books, nor do the children ever show any signs of ageing and maturing. The Famous Five at the ages of 10 to 12 in the first book, are exactly the same when they are aged 14 to 16 in book #9. And as there are a further 12 books in the series after that, and as they never finish school, one can only assume that after book 9 time comes to a complete standstill.Some of the adventures I loved - like Five on a Treasure Island and Five on Finniston Farm and Five Go To Demon's Rocks - all about finding lost treasure. But often the kids are so frustratingly slow in discovering what the reader has been able to see for ages, and they do such completely idiotic things and get themselves into needless danger and trouble. I feel sorry for the children that they never did get the chance to grow up and mature. The children in book 21 are no more mature in attitude than they were in book 1.Over the course of the series you rapidly gather the impression that Blyton wasn't a particularly nice woman. She comes across as a middle-class snob who is desperate to preserve class distinction and condones bullying. The Famous Five behave abominably to almost every new child they meet, making snap judgments about them and insulting them and shunning them for no reason. While generally being polite to the grown-ups, they show no similar respect or kindness to children. In one book Julian was continually being described as acting very grown-up and mature in his manner of speaking when in reality he was being downright rude and arrogant. One would hope that the well-brought-up child would readily recognise the defects in the behaviour of the Famous Five and not see it as something to emulate, but when Blyton is seeking to portray them as the heroes, and failing to pass judgment upon their negative behaviour and attitudes, and even seeming to praise and encourage it, it would be worthwhile for parents to familiarize themselves with the contents of these books, to know what their children are reading, and to make remarks on the behaviour of the characters where necessary to clearly distinguish right from wrong. Often there seem to be plot inconsistencies, and many irregularities over the course of the books (sometimes only George is skillful enough to navigate through the rocks to her island, when at other times strangers can row there with no bother at all), but of course Blyton was such a prolific writer that you couldn't expect her to remember all the details about any particular series, not when she was working on writing numerous series' simultaneously. Generally I feel that old books are the best, but I increasingly feel that Blyton leaves much to be desired. She writes at a particular level, with a limited vocabulary, and indeed with a limited number of plots perhaps - all just variations on themes, and very predictable - and I think you can only stomach so much of it. But maybe that is just my mature response and maybe the voracious appetite of a child for such adventure stories in insatiable. I have long been keen to acquire and read the entire Famous Five series, but having done so, I don't entirely regard it as worthwhile. I will be glad to see my nephew and niece reading them, but they aren't books that I can picture myself re-reading for the remainder of my life as I would with such other series as Richmal Crompton's Just William, or Anthony Buckeridge's Jennings and Darbishire, which can be read repeatedly with no diminution of enjoyment.

  • Jane Irish Nelson
    2018-12-22 14:02

    I must have read this before, since I've read the whole series, but I didn't remember it. Maybe because it is not a terribly memorable story. Once again it seems to be a bit of a mash-up of previous books in the series. And there is a lack of continuity with previous books — for example, the children are returning home from school, and George can't wait to be reunited with her dog, Timmy; in earlier books he was able to be at school with her. Also, Anne mentions never having seen a chimpanzee, but they made friends with one in an earlier story.Another thing I didn't like was the intrusion of the author's voice, often at the end of a chapter. The first chapter ends:Down, Timmy, DOWN! What a dog! Anyone would think he had never even heard of scarlet fever! WILL you get down, Timmy!But this isn't being said by any of the children or other characters. In addition, many of the characters are more of caricatures than fully formed believable people. YMMV.

  • Gina
    2019-01-13 19:09

    This was the second Famous Five book that I read as a child. If I were to have someone start with the series, it'd most likely be with either this book, or the last one. Yes, it'd break the rule of reading series's, out of their proper order, but this book is just so good. You learn a bit more about how circus's are run, and Tinker, who was also in book 19 is also in this book. He's just not nearly as annoying. He actually ends up saving the day. :)

  • John
    2018-12-28 19:13

    As with all Famous Five books, this is of the same trusted and successful formula. I loved these books as a child and I am delighted that my girls loved them as children too.The stories are adventures of a byegone age, yet still hold the attention of children, around the world...... they have stood the test of time well - and for a great reason.The stories are plausible, fun, adventurous and contain an excellent mix of young characters... with a little bit of everyone in each of them - something that children have obviously known for decades.

  • Marie
    2019-01-10 13:10

    This is not the best of Enid Blyton's 'Famous Five' works. The plot is extremely predictable and it doesn't have the same excitement as a few of the earlier stories in the series (apart from the night on Kirrin Island - that was the best part!) I'm sad it is the last story of the Five together as it falls a bit flat. But I always re-read as I have read the stories many times as a child and since then, and many of the other adventure stories too! If it were not a Blyton story though, it would have got two stars from me.

  • Lisa
    2019-01-17 19:01

    Meh. The earlier Fives are much much better and I see why she stopped writing after the last few. Lots of recycled ideas and characters (not like just reused archetypes) and she starts breaking the fourth wall in the last few as a way to avoid exposition. I think Blyton was bored with these by the end too. Start at beginning of series and stop whenever you feel it gets too weird!

  • Dana
    2018-12-30 16:05

    The kids will love this book and the naughty twins in it! George can really get on my nerves sometimes. The tomboy George, The sweet, ever helping Ann, the fun loving Dick, the responsible Julian and Tim the naughty spaniel all make a good gang!

  • Gabriel
    2018-12-28 13:12

    This was a truly excellent series to read as a 12 year-old boy. They all filled me up with a sense of wonder and expectaction, and I read a few of them several times. Highly recommended.My version is a Spanish translation by Editorial Juventud, 8th edition.

  • Willman842
    2018-12-28 17:56

    The final book of the series! A great finish. I loved the famous five series and I can't wait to read them again! The only thing that could finish it better is if we went to Kirren Island more often! It was great anyway!⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

  • David
    2019-01-07 20:20

    I loved the Famous Five books when I was a kid. I don't recall much about them anymore though. This one is set in a circus.I'd recommend this series for kids who love adventure stories coupled with mystery and detective elements. It's like a younger version of the Hardy Boys or Nancy Drew.

  • Anna
    2019-01-15 18:16

    Such an awful view on animals. Hitting animals, using them for the convenience of carrying stuff for you and talking about how well circuses treat their animals because otherwise the animals wouldn't obey... This book just makes me sad...

  • Ophélie
    2019-01-22 14:04

    This book has a lot of drama, secrets and it has lots of fun. I would recommend it to andone who is starting to read but may need to read five on a treasure island first. Go on get the book and read it!