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4.5 stars I thought it was astoundingly brilliant Could hardly believe it was from the same series as all its prequels what with its utterly delightful and fast paced, gripping plot as well as its jaw dropping characterisation It was also a very thought provoking read with a startling amount of psychological depth within Exceptionally well written indeed I just loved it This book series is very sweet and has lovely little moral values spun within each adventure of the twins Character development is the main focus of each story as the twins meet new classmates and teachers upon each return to their school Life experiences teach valuable lessons.My favorite character is Carlotta, the little circus girl who loves who she is through and through and remains unique throughout every school year. I loved it But i m soo sad that the fifth formers can t play any tricks nor have midnight feasts because they are fifth formers Another book in Blyton s series about St Clare Boarding School This book was first published in 1945 and it is important to keep that in mind when reading as some of the language is dated and means something entirely different in current times This was a particularly humerous book with a wonderful description of Mamzelle s hilarious night catching burglars.Just to set the mode of the time, here is a brief quote Each term brought different things to learn, besides lessons Those girls who faced their difficulties, saw and understood their faults, conquered their failings, and became strong characters and leaders would make the finest wives and mothers of the future. Not a fan I understand that I haven t read the other books in the series, but I seriously doubt that would make these characters any likeable for me I simply didn t warm to any of them These are stereotypical high school girls mean, bitchy, sneaky, conceited, self centred This book doesn t represent the image of a world I d like to see for girls It represents reality for far too many and doesn t do enough to condemn a bullying culture.That s just my opinion, guys Much love to everyone who praises this book and its characters and genuinely has soft spots for them You found something in this book that I didn t Love to everyone xoxo I like this book It really is interesting it engages the reader. |DOWNLOAD PDF ☤ Fifth Formers of St. Clare's ♘ The St Clare s girls are now in the fifth form, shortly to go up into the sixth, but they are not too old for tricks and escapades, jokes and excitement Especially amusing is French girl Antoinette who, like her sister Claudine, doesn t always understand the ways of St Clare s. Pat, Isabel and Alison have matured enough to enroll in the Fifth Form Does everyone think they are just too mature and dignified for the naughty exploits and treeks they have been accustomed to play on unsuspecting mistresses Never mind, Claudine and her little sister Antoinette cause plenty of mischief to make the book fun for Blyton s many readers Typically, Blyton was unconcerned about political correctness a troubled fat girl is the book s hapless villain. It did irk me growing up that this was the last book What about the sixth form, and prefectship Antoinette was just not as fun as Claudine, but then who could be Although MAD PROPS to her for the trick she plays on Angela, who abuses the system of the upper forms getting the lower forms to run errands for them We also get the wonderfully named Alma Pudden here, yay Such a pasty, puddingy little horror. The st clare s books were my all time favorite books as a child The O sullivan twins were incredibly likable and following their adventures though school encouraged me to read and enjoy it Midnight feasts were my favorite concept in the series and I believe they are an excellent read for any little girl.