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The Castle of Adventure 2017-09-23

It was an awesome book by Enid Blyton. This book is set in Scotland and certainly has a Scottish feel to it, with its mountains, castles and golden eagles, though the country is not specified until The Mountain of Adventure, when Jack recalls observing an eagles' nest at a castle in Scotland. It is the Easter holidays and Jack, Philip, Dinah and Lucy-Ann are on holiday with Mrs Mannering at Spring Cottage, which is set on a hill below a castle. Out on the hillside they meet Tassie, a local girl who lives in a tumble-down cottage with her mother and is allowed to run wild. Tassie cannot read or write but has a deep knowledge of animals and the countryside. She is excellent at climbing, sure-footed and has a good sense of direction, relying on her instincts to guide her: "She was more like a very intelligent animal than a little girl." Indeed, with her bare feet, ragged frock and amazing agility she seems to be a part of the wild landscape around her — rather like a sprite or a wood-nymph. Perhaps because he too has a rapport with animals, she latches on to Philip and even brings him a fox-cub, which he names Button. The children's happiness is complete when they discover that Bill Smugs is on a job in the area and plans to visit them soon. Jack and the others are determined to explore the castle on the hill, despite the fact that the road to it has been destroyed by a landslide and is treacherous. Tassie shows them how to climb up the cliff behind the castle and put a plank across from a ledge to one of the slit-like windows so that they can get inside. The castle is "musty, dusty, fusty," as Kiki loves to say, but Jack nevertheless decides to stay there for a few days, in order to photograph some eagles which have built their nest on a crag in the courtyard. Needless to say, puzzling things soon begin to happen. The pump in the kitchen is being used on a regular basis and there is a light in the tower at night. On further investigation, the children discover an underground room in which a group of men hold regular meetings. In a complex plot involving the capture of the children, people hiding in suits of armour, secret passages and gleaming revolvers galore, the four children — and Bill — capture a gang of spies led by a man called Mannheim who, for obvious reasons, also goes by the name of Scar-Neck. Scar-Neck and his men are after the secrets of a new machine being worked on by Britain's greatest military scientists, and have bought the castle because they know of a secret passage which leads from the castle and comes out just above the heavily-guarded clearing where tests are being done on the machine. It is a little sad, but fitting, that, at the end of the book, there is a tremendous thunderstorm during which lightning strikes the castle, leaving it in ruins. A dramatic end to a dramatic adventure! One anomaly: after finally escaping from the castle, Bill has a talk with Colonel Yarmouth while Philip and Jack take a nap on the heather — heather which must be sopping wet after the storm!I would suggest this book to my friends and close ones.I loved this book...

- Siya

The Castle of Adventure (English) by Enid Blyton 2017-09-20

uthor of this book is enid blyton.the story of this book is that there were some group of friends went to village for living there as a camp.they were living beside a castle hill.every body afraids of it.one day the friends saw a lightning from the castle hill.then they asks and enquires about the castle hill.this is the sdventure they faced. so i liked this book.i love the book very much

- ujwal

The Castle of Adventure (English) by Enid Blyton 2017-09-16

the castle of adventure Full Review (This may contain spoilers): Anita Bensoussane's Review This book is set in Scotland and certainly has a Scottish feel to it, with its mountains, castles and golden eagles, though the country is not specified until The Mountain of Adventure, when Jack recalls observing an eagles' nest at a castle in Scotland. It is the Easter holidays and Jack, Philip, Dinah and Lucy-Ann are on holiday with Mrs Mannering at Spring Cottage, which is set on a hill below a castle. Out on the hillside they meet Tassie, a local girl who lives in a tumble-down cottage with her mother and is allowed to run wild. Tassie cannot read or write but has a deep knowledge of animals and the countryside. She is excellent at climbing, sure-footed and has a good sense of direction, relying on her instincts to guide her: "She was more like a very intelligent animal than a little girl." Indeed, with her bare feet, ragged frock and amazing agility she seems to be a part of the wild landscape around her — rather like a sprite or a wood-nymph. Perhaps because he too has a rapport with animals, she latches on to Philip and even brings him a fox-cub, which he names Button. The children's happiness is complete when they discover that Bill Smugs is on a job in the area and plans to visit them soon. Jack and the others are determined to explore the castle on the hill, despite the fact that the road to it has been destroyed by a landslide and is treacherous. Tassie shows them how to climb up the cliff behind the castle and put a plank across from a ledge to one of the slit-like windows so that they can get inside. The castle is "musty, dusty, fusty," as Kiki loves to say, but Jack nevertheless decides to stay there for a few days, in order to photograph some eagles which have built their nest on a crag in the courtyard. Needless to say, puzzling things soon begin to happen. The pump in the kitchen is being used on a regular basis and there is a light in the tower at night. On further investigation, the children discover an underground room in which a group of men hold regular meetings. In a complex plot involving the capture of the children, people hiding in suits of armour, secret passages and gleaming revolvers galore, the four children — and Bill — capture a gang of spies led by a man called Mannheim who, for obvious reasons, also goes by the name of Scar-Neck. Scar-Neck and his men are after the secrets of a new machine being worked on by Britain's greatest military scientists, and have bought the castle because they know of a secret passage which leads from the castle and comes out just above the heavily-guarded clearing where tests are being done on the machine. It is a little sad, but fitting, that, at the end of the book, there is a tremendous thunderstorm during which lightning strikes the castle, leaving it in ruins. A dramatic end to a dramatic adventure! One anomaly: after finally escaping from the castle, Bill has a talk with Colonel Yarmouth while Philip and Jack take a nap on the heather — heather which must be sopping wet after the storm! FURTHER ILLUSTRATIONS RELOAD PAGE TO SHOW ILLUSTRATIONS These illustrations are hidden by default to ensure faster browsing. Loading the illustrations is recommended for high-speed internet users only. this book is interesting i loved this book very much execelent

- RONAK

THE CASTLE OF ADVENTURE 2017-09-12

Why is everyone so afraid of the castle on the hill and what dark secrets lurk inside its walls? Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann, Jack and Kiki the parrot are on holiday in the countryside, staying on the side of Castle Hill. When flashing lights are seen in a distant tower, they decide to investigate and discover a very sinister plot concealed within its hidden rooms and gloomy underground passages. The four adventurers are back in the saddle again, moving from a lonely island to a mysterious castle. The children manage to find a way in to the old, abandoned structure, and all the great elements of a Blyton adventure soon make their appearances. Tassie, the wild girl, is an interesting addition to the cast. It's not clear if she is a gypsy girl or just a local from a very poor family. It's strange to think that there's a whole series of Enid Blyton books that I haven't really read - just a couple of titles out of order. Having collected them in the UK, I never got a chance to read them then, so I'm gradually making sure of them now. Somehow they don't grab my attention like the Famous Fives, which is probably why they're less popular, but I am fascinated by the level of detail Blyton goes into with regards to Jack's interest in birds. For a Blyton book, there is a surprising amount of detail devoted to Jack's abilities and his dedication to his passion for birds. One of the most fascinating aspects of this book for me was the description of Jack working out how to create a hide and setting up his camera, gradually accustoming the eagles to his presence and to the click of the camera. I found myself filled with admiration for the way in which he finally captures brilliant images of the young eagle learning to fly. All of Blyton's main characters tend to be clever and capable, but there is rarely a mention of anything that might suggest a future career or a particular skill. Even in this series, so far only Jack shows what he has in him as a person and what he might achieve. I think I shall enjoy reading this series for that aspect alone. Its a GREAtbook .....

- aarya

The Castle of Adventure 2017-09-06

Jack, Lucy, Dinah and Philip attempt to figure out what is behind the strange goings-on at a ruined castle near Spring Cottage in Scotland where they are on holiday with Dinah and Philip's mother, Aunt Allie. The four youngsters make friends with Tassie, a mysterious gypsy living in the woods with her mother. Along with Bill Cunningham, who appears later in the book, the children manage to expose a ring of spies led by the threatening Scar-Neck who are working against the UK Military service.[1]

- sayyam

The Castle of Adventure (English) 2017-09-05

200 fter the exciting adventure encountered by Philip, Dinah, Jack and Lucy-Ann, described in The Island of Adventure, this is the second book in the Adventure series. It's a year since their island adventure, and the children are staying at Spring Cottage on Castle Hill with Mrs Mannering while their real home is "decorated and cleaned." Mrs Mannering tells the children quite firmly to stay away from the castle at the top of the hill because the road up to it fell away in a landslide, and the route is treacherous. But a local "wild girl" by the name of Tassie, who is fascinated by both Philip and Kiki (in that order) and follows them around everywhere, shows them a safe path to the castle. Jack, spotting some eagles, wants to go up to see them, and Mrs Mannering agrees on the basis that Tassie can lead them safely. And the next thing that happens? That's right, into the castle they go...

- lakshit

the castle of adventure 2017-09-04

This book is set in Scotland and certainly has a Scottish feel to it, with its mountains, castles and golden eagles, though the country is not specified until The Mountain of Adventure, when Jack recalls observing an eagles' nest at a castle in Scotland. It is the Easter holidays and Jack, Philip, Dinah and Lucy-Ann are on holiday with Mrs Mannering at Spring Cottage, which is set on a hcottage with her mother and is allowed to run wild. Tassie cannot read or write but has a deep knowledge of animals and the countryside. She is e

- param

THE CASTLE OF ADVENTURE 2017-03-02

What is the secret of the old castle on the hill, and why are the locals so afraid of it? When flashing lights are seen in a distant tower, Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann, and Jack decide to investigate—and discover a very sinister plot concealed within its hidden rooms and gloomy underground passages.

- Edwin

The Castle of Adventure 2017-01-21

Enid Blyton is an amazing childrens author, bestselling in the world. Although almost undiscovered by Americans. This series Features 4 friends who fall into adventures with counterfeiters, gunrunners, treasure hunters and the like. Jack, Philip, Diana, and Lucy-Anne and their crazy talking parrot, KIKI, are a lot of fun to follow through their adventures... This series is top notch reading... introduce your children to Enid Blyton today!

- Aleena

Mysterious... 2016-12-20

This has become my new favorite series of the Enid Blyton mysteries. I won't say much about the story. You'll have to read it. Kiki the parrot is one of my absolute favorites, as well as Philip and his "pets". Inspector Cunningham, aka Bill "Smuggs" was also another favorite, and I was glad to discover his character was used in the other books, too.

- BHAVIKA

Adventures 2016-12-09

Jack, Lucy, Dinah and Philip attempt to figure out what is behind the strange goings-on at a ruined castle near Spring Cottage in Scotland where they are on holiday with Dinah and Philip's mother, Aunt Allie. The four youngsters make friends with Tassie, a mysterious gypsy living in the woods with her mother. Along with Bill Cunningham, who appears later in the book, the children manage to expose a ring of spies led by the threatening Scar-Neck who are working against the UK Military service.[1]

- Varun

The castle of adventure 2016-12-03

This book is set in Scotland and certainly has a Scottish feel to it, with its mountains, castles and golden eagles, though the country is not specified until The Mountain of Adventure, when Jack recalls observing an eagles' nest at a castle in Scotland. It is the Easter holidays and Jack, Philip, Dinah and Lucy-Ann are on holiday with Mrs Mannering at Spring Cottage, which is set on a hill below a castle. Out on the hillside they meet Tassie, a local girl who lives in a tumble-down cottage with her mother and is allowed to run wild. Tassie cannot read or write but has a deep knowledge of animals and the countryside. She is excellent at climbing, sure-footed and has a good sense of direction, relying on her instincts to guide her: "She was more like a very intelligent animal than a little girl." Indeed, with her bare feet, ragged frock and amazing agility she seems to be a part of the wild landscape around her — rather like a sprite or a wood-nymph. Perhaps because he too has a rapport with animals, she latches on to Philip and even brings him a fox-cub, which he names Button. The children's happiness is complete when they discover that Bill Smugs is on a job in the area and plans to visit them soon. Jack and the others are determined to explore the castle on the hill, despite the fact that the road to it has been destroyed by a landslide and is treacherous. Tassie shows them how to climb up the cliff behind the castle and put a plank across from a ledge to one of the slit-like windows so that they can get inside. The castle is "musty, dusty, fusty," as Kiki loves to say, but Jack nevertheless decides to stay there for a few days, in order to photograph some eagles which have built their nest on a crag in the courtyard. Needless to say, puzzling things soon begin to happen. The pump in the kitchen is being used on a regular basis and there is a light in the tower at night. On further investigation, the children discover an underground room in which a group of men hold regular meetings. In a complex plot involving the capture of the children, people hiding in suits of armour, secret passages and gleaming revolvers galore, the four children — and Bill — capture a gang of spies led by a man called Mannheim who, for obvious reasons, also goes by the name of Scar-Neck. Scar-Neck and his men are after the secrets of a new machine being worked on by Britain's greatest military scientists, and have bought the castle because they know of a secret passage which leads from the castle and comes out just above the heavily-guarded clearing where tests are being done on the machine. It is a little sad, but fitting, that, at the end of the book, there is a tremendous thunderstorm during which lightning strikes the castle, leaving it in ruins. A dramatic end to a dramatic adventure! One anomaly: after finally escaping from the castle, Bill has a talk with Colonel Yarmouth while Philip and Jack take a nap on the heather — heather which must be sopping wet after the storm!

- Aleena

a book full of adventure 2016-08-15

this book is written by Enid Blyton and it is very adventures book . It is fully based on animal and never seen or heard creatures and it creates interest in the peoples and is very nice for building reading skill in childerns and is very useful for vocabulary as well .

- kunal

Review of castle of adventure 2016-07-31

everyone so afraid of the castle on the hill and what dark secrets lurk inside its walls? Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann, Jack and Kiki the parrot are on holiday in the countryside, staying on the side of Castle Hill. When flashing lights are seen in a distant tower, they decide to investigate and discover a very sinister plot concealed within its hidden rooms and gloomy underground passages.T his book contains adventure.I liked this book.

- Yashi

the castle of adventure 2016-02-29

The Castle of Adventure seems to start out like a lot of Five Find-Outer and Famous Five books, where a couple of the children are waiting impatiently for the hols to begin. In this case, Dinah and Lucy-Ann provide a decidedly transparent infodump for the readers' benefit: "One more day and then the hols begin," said red-haired Lucy-Ann. "It's a good thing there's only one day between our breaking-up days..." And Dinah says, "I wonder what this place is like, that Mother has taken for the hols. I'll get out her letter and read it again." But once this is over with, the story gets started quickly enough. It's a year since their island adventure, and the children are staying at Spring Cottage on Castle Hill with Mrs Mannering while their real home is "decorated and cleaned." At the end of the first book, it was made pretty clear that Aunt Polly and Uncle Jocelyn would have to move away from Craggy-Tops because the well had ben rendered useless—and besides, Mrs Mannering had come into a bit of money by way of a reward for catching the bad guys, so could afford to buy a proper house. I was sort of expecting a little more mention of the children's new home, but instead we're whisked away to a remote place twenty miles from the nearest town. But that's fine. This is the sort of place adventures happen!

- Mustakin

Is Awesome! 2015-09-22

Jack, Lucy, Dinah and Philip attempt to figure out what is behind the strange goings-on at a ruined castle near Spring Cottage in Scotland where they are on holiday with Dinah and Philip's mother, Aunt Allie. The four youngsters make friends with Tassie, a mysterious gypsy living in the woods with her mother. Along with Bill Cunningham, who appears later in the book, the children manage to expose a ring of spies led by the threatening Scar-Neck who are working against the UK Military service.

- roshan

The Castle of Adventure (English) by Enid Blyton 2015-08-14

he Castle of Adventure was kids’ live-action serial based on the book by Enid Blyton.[2] It ran for 8 half-hour episodes from 19 April – 7 June 1990, produced by TVS Films and shown on CITV. The star-studded cast included Susan George, the late Gareth Hunt and Brian Blessed. The children were played by Rosie Marcel and Richard Hanson. Lionel Augustus and Edward Francis (who was the producer of all episodes) were the writers. Terry Marcel, Rosie’s father was the director. The plot of the series closely followed that of the novel. The series was filmed on location and at Saltwood Castle in Saltwood, Kent. The names of the children are Philip and Dinah Mannering who are brother and sister, Lucy-Ann and Jack Trent, also brother and sister. During the holidays, they live with Philip and Dinah’s mother, Allie at Springs Cottage where she borrowed from her friend. In episode 2, the four youngsters make friends with Tassie, a mysterious gypsy living in the woods with her mother, who is threatened by Sam, nicknamed Scar. Towards the series’ end, Aunt Jane visits the children, so does Bill Cunningham whom Allie met during the convention at the Military service in the opening episode. Repeats of the series were unknown once it was aired. However, a year later, a video was released; although some scenes were edited out.

- anilkumar

the castle of adventure 2015-08-06

The Castle of Adventure (published in 1946) is a popular children's book by Enid Blyton. It is the second book in The Adventure Series. The first edition of the book was illustrated by Stuart Tresilian.Jack, Lucy, Dinah and Philip attempt to figure out what is behind the strange goings-on at a ruined castle near Spring Cottage in Scotland where they are on holiday with Dinah and Philip's mother, Aunt Allie. The four youngsters make friends with Tassie, a mysterious gypsy living in the woods with her mother. Along with Bill Cunningham, who appears later in the book, the children manage to expose a ring of spies led by the threatening Scar-Neck who are working against the UK Military service.[1]

- akash

The Castle Of the Adventure 2015-07-28

This is the second book in the Adventure series. What happens when Phillip,Dinah,Lucy,Jack want to find about the mysterious things going on in a ruined caste near the Spring Cottage which is in Scotland.. What will happen when they befriend a gypsy who lives in wood with her mother and also come to know that something mysterious is going on? Will they be able to uncover the truth? Lets read it to find out more about the truth?

- Samriddhi

the castle of adventure. 2015-07-19

the title of this book is "the castle of adventure".it is written in english language.the author of this book is enid blyton.the story of this book is that there were some group of friends went to village for living there as a camp.they were living beside a castle hill.every body afraids of it.one day the friends saw a lightning from the castle hill.then they asks and enquires about the castle hill.this is the sdventure they faced. so i liked this book.

- vidya

the castel of adventure 2015-07-19

This book is set in Scotland and certainly has a Scottish feel to it, with its mountains, castles and golden eagles, though the country is not specified until The Mountain of Adventure, when Jack recalls observing an eagles' nest at a castle in Scotland. It is the Easter holidays and Jack, Philip, Dinah and Lucy-Ann are on holiday with Mrs Mannering at Spring Cottage, which is set on a hill below a castle. Out on the hillside they meet Tassie, a local girl who lives in a tumble-down cottage with her mother and is allowed to run wild. Tassie cannot read or write but has a deep knowledge of animals and the countryside. She is excellent at climbing, sure-footed and has a good sense of direction, relying on her instincts to guide her: "She was more like a very intelligent animal than a little girl." Indeed, with her bare feet, ragged frock and amazing agility she seems to be a part of the wild landscape around her — rather like a sprite or a wood-nymph. Perhaps because he too has a rapport with animals, she latches on to Philip and even brings him a fox-cub, which he names Button. The children's happiness is complete when they discover that Bill Smugs is on a job in the area and plans to visit them soon. Jack and the others are determined to explore the castle on the hill, despite the fact that the road to it has been destroyed by a landslide and is treacherous. Tassie shows them how to climb up the cliff behind the castle and put a plank across from a ledge to one of the slit-like windows so that they can get inside. The castle is "musty, dusty, fusty," as Kiki loves to say, but Jack nevertheless decides to stay there for a few days, in order to photograph some eagles which have built their nest on a crag in the courtyard. Needless to say, puzzling things soon begin to happen. The pump in the kitchen is being used on a regular basis and there is a light in the tower at night. On further investigation, the children discover an underground room in which a group of men hold regular meeti

- busi

the castle of adventure 2015-07-10

the castle of adventure This book is set in Scotland and certainly has a Scottish feel to it, with its mountains, castles and golden eagles, though the country is not specified until The Mountain of Adventure, when Jack recalls observing an eagles' nest at a castle in Scotland. It is the Easter holidays and Jack, Philip, Dinah and Lucy-Ann are on holiday with Mrs Mannering at Spring Cottage, which is set on a hill below a castle. Out on the hillside they meet Tassie, a local girl who lives in a tumble-down cottage with her mother and is allowed to run wild. Tassie cannot read or write but has a deep knowledge of animals and the countryside. She is excellent at climbing, sure-footed and has a good sense of direction, relying on her instincts to guide her: "She was more like a very intelligent animal than a little girl." Indeed, with her bare feet, ragged frock and amazing agility she seems to be a part of the wild landscape around her — rather like a sprite or a wood-nymph. Perhaps because he too has a rapport with animals, she latches on to Philip and even brings him a fox-cub, which he names Button. The children's happiness is complete when they discover that Bill Smugs is on a job in the area and plans to visit them soon. Jack and the others are determined to explore the castle on the hill, despite the fact that the road to it has been destroyed by a landslide and is treacherous. Tassie shows them how to climb up the cliff behind the castle and put a plank across from a ledge to one of the slit-like windows so that they can get inside. The castle is "musty, dusty, fusty," as Kiki loves to say, but Jack nevertheless decides to stay there for a few days, in order to photograph some eagles which have built their nest on a crag in the courtyard. Needless to say, puzzling things soon begin to happen. The pump in the kitchen is being used on a regular basis and there is a light in the tower at night. On further investigation, the children discover an underground room in which a group of men hold regular meetings.

- sai

the castle of adventure 2015-07-01

Author: Enid Blyton Language(s): English Studio: Pan Macmillan India Length: 288 Publisher: Pan Macmillan India Published on: 31-Jul-2014 i have read this book this book was about animals and creatures this book was very interesting while reading and i enjoy a lot while reading

- param

the castle of adventure 2015-06-20

This book is set in Scotland and certainly has a Scottish feel to it, with its mountains, castles and golden eagles, though the country is not specified until The Mountain of Adventure, when Jack recalls observing an eagles' nest at a castle in Scotland. It is the Easter holidays and Jack, Philip, Dinah and Lucy-Ann are on holiday with Mrs Mannering at Spring Cottage, which is set on a hill below a castle. Out on the hillside they meet Tassie, a local girl who lives in a tumble-down cottage with her mother and is allowed to run wild. Tassie cannot read or write but has a deep knowledge of animals and the countryside. She is excellent at climbing, sure-footed and has a good sense of direction, relying on her instincts to guide her: "She was more like a very intelligent animal than a little girl." Indeed, with her bare feet, ragged frock and amazing agility she seems to be a part of the wild landscape around her — rather like a sprite or a wood-nymph. Perhaps because he too has a rapport with animals, she latches on to Philip and even brings him a fox-cub, which he names Button. The children's happiness is complete when they discover that Bill Smugs is on a job in the area and plans to visit them soon. Jack and the others are determined to explore the castle on the hill, despite the fact that the road to it has been destroyed by a landslide and is treacherous. Tassie shows them how to climb up the cliff behind the castle and put a plank across from a ledge to one of the slit-like windows so that they can get inside. The castle is "musty, dusty, fusty," as Kiki loves to say, but Jack nevertheless decides to stay there for a few days, in order to photograph some eagles which have built their nest on a crag in the courtyard. Needless to say, puzzling things soon begin to happen. The pump in the kitchen is being used on a regular basis and there is a light in the tower at night. On further investigation, the children discover an underground room in which a group of men hold regular meetings.

- nivedita

the castle of adventure 2015-06-11

An adventurous book with a mystery and some fun . you will like it if you like adventurous. but I found it a little dragging. it is in detail but some paragraphs you felt as if you want to miss but the story was good. if you want a very action packed book which has something in every chapter then I feel this is not the best to choose. but while the story was interesting it was good to read.

- Paavani

The Castle of Aventure 2015-06-03

Jack, Lucy, Dinah and Philip attempt to figure out what is behind the strange goings-on at a ruined castle near Spring Cottage in Scotland where they are on holiday with Dinah and Philip's mother, Aunt Allie. The four youngsters make friends with Tassie, a mysterious gypsy living in the woods with her mother. Along with Bill Cunningham, who appears later in the book, the children manage to expose a ring of spies led by the threatening Scar-Neck who are working against the UK Military service.

- Sargam

The Castle of Adventure 2015-05-02

This is the second book in the Adventure series. Our characters, Philip, Dinah, Jack and Lucy-Ann return after their first book 'The Island of Adventure' in a new suspense packed mystery. The plot is as follows- There's a new adventure in store for Philip, Dinah, Jack and Lucy-Ann when they go to stay for holidays at Aunt Allie's cottage in the Scottish Highlands , just below a strange old castle high up in the mountains. Together with the little wild girl, Tassie (and Philip's pet fox cub, Button), the children can't resist climbing up to the castle and seeing if they can find a way inside and explore the castle. But things take a sinister turn as they discover the hide-out of a gang of men who are using the castle for their own purposes — and suddenly the children are prisoners in the castle. Can they find a way to get word to the outside and uncover the gang's wicked plans?

- Gargi

The castle of adventure 2015-04-27

everyone so afraid of the castle on the hill. And some dark secrets lurk inside its walls. Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann, Jack and Kiki the parrot are on holiday in the countryside, staying on the side of Castle Hill. When flashing lights are seen in a distant tower, they decide to investigate and discover a very sinister plot concealed within its hidden rooms and gloomy underground passages.

- janani