Monday, December 14, 2009

Look Out, Secret Seven by Enid Blyton, reviewed by Vidushi Sabharwal

Look Out, Secret Seven by Enid Blyton

Reviewed by
Name: Vidushi Sabharwal (13 years)
School: Ahlcon International School, Mayur Vihar, Delhi

As the leisure time begins, all the seven voyagers are ready to take up the enigmas weaving in the round about. Finally in their meeting, the seven decide two tasks- one to find the nest-destroyers of Bramley Woods and second to find General Branksome’s medals. Jack, Barbara and George catch the three bird-nesters along with an important clue for their second task. Whereas the other mystery is tangled, which they solve with intelligence and bravery. Taking up the medals from the thieves, the members of the club ask Colin to hand over the medals to the General. The General, for their generosity of not taking the money reward and their bravery, gifted all ten- Jack, Barbara, Pam, Colin, Peter, Janet, George along with Jack’s sister Susie and her friend Binkie and their dear spaniel Scamper, medals.

This spine- tingling fiction by the author has made me lost into her edition. The lucid language makes it further interesting without losing the magic of playing with words. A ‘perfect pick’ for the teenagers who love fiction and value friendship.

The club is brilliant because of the great camaraderie and innocent but clever intelligence between the members. With such minds in today’s generation, the world could transform into a perfect cosmos to live in-without any clich├ęd violence among the people and without the various humane problems of the society.


  1. well done!,
    i am really happy and proud to read your review.Good, keep it up!.
    from your teacher,
    shalini ma'am.

  2. hey dude, its awesome !!!!!!!!!!!

    after reading dis i wil surely read d book !!!!!

    keep it up,
    ur very special,