The Mystery of the Strange Bundle Epub ↠ The Mystery


  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • The Mystery of the Strange Bundle
  • Enid Blyton
  • English
  • 11 November 2017
  • 1405204028

10 thoughts on “The Mystery of the Strange Bundle

  1. Nandakishore Varma Nandakishore Varma says:

    Another nostalgic remembrance My first Find Outer novel Nothing great, but this introduced me to Enid Blyton s mysteries I was rather attached to Fatty, as I was also somewhat portly D


  2. Kavita Kavita says:

    In this book, Fatty and Co take on a mysterious scar faced man Goon and Fatty have a scuffle, but it all ends badly for the policeman and on a good note for the children This book has a special place in my heart because it was my first ever Find Outer book It s also great fun, and one of my favourite Blyton scenes is in this book Fatty and Goon explore the house and hear all kinds of strange noises It s downright hilarious


  3. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    It s 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 re It s 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 I ll review those then


  4. Abigail Abigail says:

    The tenth entry in Enid Blyton s Five Find Outers and Dog series, in which a group of British schoolchildren play detective on their holidays, The Mystery of the Strange Bundle sees Fatty, Larry, Daisy, Pip and Bets involved in a puzzling case of house breaking When Larry and Daisy s neighbor, Mr Fellows, disappears, leaving behind a scene of utter chaos, burglary is suspected, and the Find Outers are immediately on the case What was the thief looking for Where had Mr Fellows gone, and what The tenth entry in Enid Blyton s Five Find Outers and Dog series, in which a group of British schoolchildren play detective on their holidays, The Mystery of the Strange Bundle sees Fatty, Larry, Daisy, Pip and Bets involved in a puzzling case of house breaking When Larry and Daisy s neighbor, Mr Fellows, disappears, leaving behind a scene of utter chaos, burglary is suspected, and the Find Outers are immediately on the case What was the thief looking for Where had Mr Fellows gone, and what was in the strange bundle he d taken with him Could it have anything to do with the little red mitten Fatty had found in his house And would the children discover the secret before their nemesis, police bobby Mr Goon I enjoyed this installment of the series, particularly the scenes where Fatty uses his new ventriloquism skills to play tricks on the pompous Mr Goon As mentioned in my reviews of some of the other Five Find Outers and Dog books, these aren t terribly original or plausible stories, nor are they particularly well written But the humor, when Blyton gets it right, can be infectious, and the characters appealing I did feel that the resolution of the mystery was a little too much in the world conspiracy involving ALL the traditional bugaboos of the upper class British mind set vein It reminded me a bit of the conspiracy uncovered in Agatha Christie s N or M , in which everything from Irish Republicanism to labor unrest was depicted as being part of one monolithic whole In a similar fashion, the nameless intelligence agent here reflects upon all the fifth column activity going on, including all thosepeople undermining every industry in our country provoking strikes, sabotage, anything that would harm BritainThe idea that strikes occur because of unjust labor practices was and probably still is somewhat difficult for a certain demographic to grasp Ah well


  5. Musab Abuasi Musab Abuasi says:

    Musab Abuasi Nov 3 20148 Purple Mr.WehbiThis a story about 5 kids called the Find Outers who got the flu and are on christmas vacation They complain that they can t solve mysteries because they have the flu When they get better they find out their neighbor, Mr Fellows, house is trashed and there is nobody there to be found Mr.Goon, a police officer, hates the kids because they steal his job every mystery Witnesses say that Mr.Fellows ran out carrying a bundle in his hand, and the robber sto Musab Abuasi Nov 3 20148 Purple Mr.WehbiThis a story about 5 kids called the Find Outers who got the flu and are on christmas vacation They complain that they can t solve mysteries because they have the flu When they get better they find out their neighbor, Mr Fellows, house is trashed and there is nobody there to be found Mr.Goon, a police officer, hates the kids because they steal his job every mystery Witnesses say that Mr.Fellows ran out carrying a bundle in his hand, and the robber stole nothing One Day, Mr.Goon is sick of Fatty s One of the find outers tricks to lead him off the mystery after Mr.Goon was fishing for clues literally and stuffs a sack he found near the river down Fatty s throat literally A scarred man was also fishing and was very satisfied with what he saw The Find outers get all the clothes out of Fatty s throat and discover some very interesting clues According to the police commissioner, the clothes belonged to a secret government agent who gathered secret information from other countries and cities that has been kidnapped and Mr Fellows was his apprentice The information was hidden inside the clothes, but the scarred man steals them for the information But their dog buster hid one piece of clothing in the dirt It had all the information inside The commissioner thanked the kids and left They all had a cup of tea with Mr.Goon and live to mystery another day


  6. Helen Helen says:

    This was my first Enid Blyton book I had read in a long time but I thoroughly enjoyed it We follow the finder outers in their latest mystery The authors writing makes reading such a pleasure and I genuinely laughed out loud at the humour sometimes in the book I ve read a fewbooks from the author since, but this title still remains memorable.


  7. Lady Clementina ffinch-ffarowmore Lady Clementina ffinch-ffarowmore says:

    Findouters Challenge Book 10 Christmas Holidays again but the Findouters are all down with the flu passed on by Bets much to Mr Goon s delight Bets upset about being the cause of the others woes spends her time and money cheering them up When she spends the day at Fatty s house, he shows off his newest skill ventriloquism As soon as the children are well enough to get outdoors again, a robbery occurs in a house near Larry s, and the owner Mr Fellowes is seen escaping in his dressing gown Findouters Challenge Book 10 Christmas Holidays again but the Findouters are all down with the flu passed on by Bets much to Mr Goon s delight Bets upset about being the cause of the others woes spends her time and money cheering them up When she spends the day at Fatty s house, he shows off his newest skill ventriloquism As soon as the children are well enough to get outdoors again, a robbery occurs in a house near Larry s, and the owner Mr Fellowes is seen escaping in his dressing gown and pyjamas with only a bundle in his hand Mr Fellowes soon returns and insists he had gone of his own volition only to visit a friend, and nothing has been stolen But before Mr Fellowes return, the children and Mr Goon have already begun investigating and the only clues they ve found are some footprints and a very small red glove And while the children may not have started off tricking Mr Goon in this one, Fatty soon enough uses his ventriloquism and disguises to lead poor Goon on a bit of a wild goose chase, with the result that poor Goon thinks the real clues he finds are only a trick the children played So it is upto the findouters again to put two and two together and solve the mystery of the strange bundle.As far as food and eating is concerned, this one was pretty much overflowing with it Fatty and in fact all the others having recovered from the flu seem famished all the time and are happy to eat helping after helping of their dinners and suppers besides scrumptious teas and hot chocolate and endless macaroons at the dairy, and then some ore when they come back home It makes one positively hungry Mr Goon I again felt rather sorry for in this one his reaction to the tricks played on him was certainly a little extreme him being an adult and a policeman but the children do tend to take their tricks a little too far The mystery I thought was also one theirinteresting ones, with the children really applying their minds to Mr Fellowes strange behaviour and equally strange clues that this mystery has thrown up attempting to work out what they could all mean in the process applying all their skills Fatty s marvellous disguises included The solution too was quite interesting though overall the end doesn t leave one feeling entirely satisfied This time it turns out to be Buster who plays a key part A somewhat unusual mystery but still good fun Three and a half stars


  8. Kirsti Kirsti says:

    I really felt like reading another Enid book after yesterday, and these are I think the second under appreciated series of her books Fatty, Bets, Larry, Daisy and Pip stare in this one, along with Buster the Scottie dog The police man Goon is always there, bumbling along and making it easy for the oh so smart kids to solve the mystery every time There s a few laughs and a bit of fun, lovely food described, what s not to love about an Enid Blyton book


  9. Jake Collins Jake Collins says:

    Very poorly conceived, and often incredibly silly.


  10. Malakye Abel Malakye Abel says:

    Enid Blyton wrote almost 800 books in her life Although I have tried reading a bunch of them, I don t think they are all equally good The Mystery of the Strange Bundle is worth 4 stars The five children once again tackle a mystery that implies beating Mr Goon to the punch He is on the track too Mr Goon unfortunately isn t very bright and createsproblems than he solves, much to the five s delight Enid Blyton could have written this series a littleflamboyantly, but nevertheless Enid Blyton wrote almost 800 books in her life Although I have tried reading a bunch of them, I don t think they are all equally good The Mystery of the Strange Bundle is worth 4 stars The five children once again tackle a mystery that implies beating Mr Goon to the punch He is on the track too Mr Goon unfortunately isn t very bright and createsproblems than he solves, much to the five s delight Enid Blyton could have written this series a littleflamboyantly, but nevertheless, I have enjoyed reading it After all, you cannot compare an early 20th century author to the standards of today For me this story isn t super challenging to read it was what I had in my house during Covid , but a joyous one Though all it takes is a book that you enjoy for it to be worth your time There have been books I have had to stop reading half way through, but thankfully this series wasn t that Enid Blyton is a uniquely steadfast author who always seems to impress a particular audience well Part of the reason she has become so world renowned Keep up the good work oh wait, she passed in 1968


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The Mystery of the Strange Bundle[KINDLE] ✽ The Mystery of the Strange Bundle By Enid Blyton – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk All the Five Find Outers have had flu this Christmas holiday, so it doesn t seem as if anything exciting could happen But then a strange robbery, where nothing seems to have been taken, occurs Mr Fell All the Five Find Outers of the eBook ☆ have had flu this Christmas holiday, so it doesn t seem as if anything exciting The Mystery eBook É could happen But then a strange robbery, where nothing seems to have been taken, occurs Mr Fellows, whose house was robbed, Mystery of the PDF Í seems to have run out in the night and thrown a bundle into the river.


About the Author: Enid Blyton

See also Greek Enida Blaitona of the eBook ☆ Latvian Russian Inid Blajton Serbian Enid Mary Blyton was an English author of The Mystery eBook É children s booksBorn in South London, Blyton was the eldest of three children, and showed an early interest in music and Mystery of the PDF Í reading She was educated at St Christopher s School, Beckenham, and having decided not to pursue her music at Ipswich High School, where she trained as a kindergarten teacher She taught for five years before her marriage to editor Hugh Pollock, with whom she had two daughters This marriage ended in divorce, and Blyton remarried in , to surgeon Kenneth Fraser Darrell Waters She died in , one year after her second husbandBlyton was a prolific author of children s books, who penned an estimated books over about years Her stories were often either children s adventure and mystery stories, or fantasies involving magic Notable series include The Famous Five, The Secret Seven, The Five Find Outers, Noddy, The Wishing Chair, Mallory Towers, and St Clare sAccording to the Index Translationum, Blyton was the fifth most popular author in the world in , coming after Lenin but ahead of Shakespeare See also her pen name Mary Pollock.