½ The Marlows and the Traitor || ☆ PDF Read by ☆ Antonia Forest Doritie Kettlewell


  • Title: The Marlows and the Traitor
  • Author: Antonia Forest Doritie Kettlewell
  • ISBN: 9781904417231
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback

  • Nicola and Lawrie spend an Easter holiday by the sea with their mother, Ginty their next oldest sister and Peter the brother at Dartmouth Things start to happen when Nicola and Peter, out for an early morning walk, meet an instructor from Dartmouth who cuts Peter dead and the excitement mounts to a tremendous, but plausible, climax, with the Marlows livings up to thNicola and Lawrie spend an Easter holiday by the sea with their mother, Ginty their next oldest sister and Peter the brother at Dartmouth Things start to happen when Nicola and Peter, out for an early morning walk, meet an instructor from Dartmouth who cuts Peter dead and the excitement mounts to a tremendous, but plausible, climax, with the Marlows livings up to the best naval traditions.
    Antonia Forest Doritie Kettlewell
    Antonia Forest was the pen name of Patricia Giulia Caulfield Kate Rubinstein She was born in North London, the child of Russian Jewish and Irish parents She studied at South Hampstead High School and University College, London, and worked as a government clerk and a librarian Best known for her series of novels about the Marlow family, she published her first book, Autumn Term, in 1948.

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    Commentaires:

    Trish at Between My Lines
    I love the Marlows and this very rare edition was a hard one to track down. Ultimately I am disappointed with it, as it doesn't have the same draw for me as the school settings do. It's set during the holidays and it's interesting to catch a glimpse of the characters in a family setting. I especially loved getting to know Peter a bit and was surprised to see just how close he and Nicola were as I hadn't picked that up before. The downfall for me were the boring naval descriptions and the over-dr [...]

    Deborah
    Yet again, I need a sixth star, because even the very best of the comparable books I've rated so far is not a patch on this. It's a holiday adventure story in which a group of siblings end up kidnapped by a spy, which sounds fairly run of the mill, as holiday adventure stores go; but it's not, not at all. Despite the lack of a map, or a foreword telling us how the story is set in a real place we can visit for ourselves, AF gets her location spot on - she clearly knows where it is she's writing a [...]

    Tracey Morait
    The Marlows and the Traitor is the second in the series of Marlow books and the first I've read about twins Nicola and Lawrie away from their boarding school. It's the Easter holidays and the twins are staying in St-Anne's-Byfleet with their mother, sister Ginty and brother Peter. The traitor in question is one of Peter's teachers at Dartmouth Naval College, Lewis Foley. Foley snubs Peter when they unexpectedly meet. When the children come across a deserted house called Mariners (which turns out [...]

    Sadie Slater
    I read Antonia's Forest's four school stories (Autumn Term, End of Term, The Cricket Term and The Attic Term) from the public library when I was ten or eleven and a huge school story fan, but although at some point I became vaguely aware that she had also written a number of non-school set books about the same characters I only ever managed to read The Thuggery Affair and Run Away Home. This didn't matter too much, as continuity-wise I was all over the place anyway; I'm pretty sure the first one [...]

    Mumbler
    I liked a lot of moments and I disliked a lot of moments, and I'm not sure if my overall feelings will resolve, in either direction. My frustration is bubbling at the moment, so you can decide whether you want to hear any of thatI've now read two books by Forest, these first two about the Marlows. I definitely have problems liking the family. In their officer-class, old school (in the older sense) way they're pretty snobby, and they're just not nice to each other. I get that that's the stiff-upp [...]

    Kirsty Darbyshire
    I only ever read the school stories in the Marlow series as a child. I found them to have a lot more realism about them than most school stories and I've always thought I'd like to see what the non school stories were like but they are really hard to get hold of. Girls Gone By are republishing the books now and this is the second in the series after Autumn Term. Well worth the read. The Marlow children are eminently believable kids even if the plot here is somewhat more far fetched than I rememb [...]

    Katharine
    I missed reading Antonia Forest's books as a child so I'm catching up now. Very exciting story with strong characterisation and a complex villain. Would have loved it as a child and enjoyed it enormously as an adult.

    Jen Pritchard
    Quite thrilling and suspenseful - I couldn't put it down. Who doesn't love a story involving an old abandoned house, children on a holiday and a lighthouse.

    Kate
    Fun adventure story featuring the Marlows on holiday. A bit darker than typical entries in the genre.

    Romany
    wtf

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