Enid Blyton - Mystery 15 - The Mystery of Banshee Towers1 - OFF TO MEET OLD FATTY"I do wish old Fatty would buck up and come back from wherever he's staying,"said Bets. "We've had almost a week of the holidays without him already - sucha waste!""He's coming back today," said Pip, passing a postcard across thebreakfast-table to his young sister. "Here's a card from him. Three cheers!"Bets read the ...
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For us that acquired English as a second language acquisition, the word, "Banshee" appeared to have been an exotic one.Stephen Isabirye, author of a book on Enid Blyton, titled, The Famous Five: A Personal Anecdotage...
ud. "Back tomorrow by bus from Warling. Meet me atbus stop if you can. What about a nice juicy mystery? I feel just about readyfor one. Fatty.""A nice juicy _what_?" said her mother, puzzled."_Mystery_," said Bets, her eyes shining. "You know how something always seemsto happen when Fatty's about, Mother - there was the mystery of the PantomimeCat - and the mystery of the Vanished Prince - and..."Her father groaned. "Look, Bets - I'm tired of all these adventures andstrange happenings that seem to pop up whenever your friend Frederick isabout. Just try and steer clear of any trouble these holidays. I was hopingthat Frederick was staying away for a nice long time.""I wish you wouldn't call him Frederick, Daddy," said Bets. "It does sound sosilly.""I should have thought that Frederick was a much better name for a boy in histeens, than the absurd name of Fatty," said her father. "I wonder Frederickallows people to call him by that old nickname now.""But Fatty _is_ fat, and the name suits him," said Pip. "Anyway I don't think_my_ nickname is very suitable for me now that I'm a bit older. Why can't I becalled by my proper name of Philip, instead of Pip?""Simply because you're a bit of pip-squeak still...