The Mystery of the Strange Bundle by Enid BlytonIts so hard to believe that this book (and the rest of the series) was written over 60 years ago and yet is still being read by children around the world. This was the book that compelled me to launch a quest to track down and obtain all the other books in the series. I read this book when I was around 11 and I enjoyed it a lot. In fact I enjoyed it so much that I bought the rest of the series. So far out of the 5 or 6 that I have read (yes I know I should be ashamed) this was the story that really stuck in my memory. I will get down to reading the rest (before they rot in my shelf) and maybe Ill review those then.
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