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Peter and Janet are the only witnesses when a car is stolen! They saw the thieves, and now the whole of the Secret Seven are involved. But when they realise they're on the trail of a dangerous gang, the Seven don't feel quite so brave. Have they taken on too much this time? Peter and Janet are the only witnesses when a car is stolen! They saw the thieves, and now the whole of the Secret Seven are involved. But when they realise they're on the trail of a dangerous gang, the Seven don't feel quite so brave. Have they taken on too much this time?


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Peter and Janet are the only witnesses when a car is stolen! They saw the thieves, and now the whole of the Secret Seven are involved. But when they realise they're on the trail of a dangerous gang, the Seven don't feel quite so brave. Have they taken on too much this time? Peter and Janet are the only witnesses when a car is stolen! They saw the thieves, and now the whole of the Secret Seven are involved. But when they realise they're on the trail of a dangerous gang, the Seven don't feel quite so brave. Have they taken on too much this time?

30 review for Good Work, Secret Seven

  1. 5 out of 5

    Highness Atharva

    The Secret Seven Book 6 *Good Work Secret Seven* This story is very much similar to various other SS books, especially the act of locating the suspects. It takes a bit from here and there and collaborates everything and builds a brand new story and amazes the readers. Susie, now, has truly become a main character and an antihero person. Scamper, the golden retriever is now much shown in the story. Peter and Janet are believed to be the most important SS members as they actually become victims to t The Secret Seven Book 6 *Good Work Secret Seven* This story is very much similar to various other SS books, especially the act of locating the suspects. It takes a bit from here and there and collaborates everything and builds a brand new story and amazes the readers. Susie, now, has truly become a main character and an antihero person. Scamper, the golden retriever is now much shown in the story. Peter and Janet are believed to be the most important SS members as they actually become victims to the crime of car theft and find important clues easily. The main story begins immediately after Susie's pranks. The book also gives a heavy recap for first time readers. The line "We haven't had meeting since ages" has really become so dull and monotonous as we see it in every book! Lol! Its a short and sweet book with some misleading and leadings as well. Also, the SS find out the thief by tracking the suspects with their address and contacts. Peter takes the role of a true leaders and appoints the SS committee for doing various tasks. A hint of character development and story building is also portrayed. Overall, as fair as expected. Nice Reading!!😎😇🙌

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kirsti

    Yet another case of capturing theives, except these are car thieves who steal Janet and Peter's car while they are inside, in the backseat. A whispered conversation leads them to the thieves, and busts a bigger racket than their father gave credit for, since he didn't even bother reporting the car theft. Another quick mystery knocked out of the park, but these are starting to get repetitive. Four stars. Yet another case of capturing theives, except these are car thieves who steal Janet and Peter's car while they are inside, in the backseat. A whispered conversation leads them to the thieves, and busts a bigger racket than their father gave credit for, since he didn't even bother reporting the car theft. Another quick mystery knocked out of the park, but these are starting to get repetitive. Four stars.

  3. 5 out of 5

    David Sarkies

    The Secret Seven hunt some car thieves 17 July 2014 The one thing that I like about these books is that they take a relatively short time to read (though that can be a problem in itself if you, like me, are writing a review on each of the books that you have read) and is quite entertaining as well. While the story itself was not all that bad, the edition that I picked up, which happened have been released in 2013, shows the much more modern response to Enid Blyton, especially with DON'T PLAY WITH The Secret Seven hunt some car thieves 17 July 2014 The one thing that I like about these books is that they take a relatively short time to read (though that can be a problem in itself if you, like me, are writing a review on each of the books that you have read) and is quite entertaining as well. While the story itself was not all that bad, the edition that I picked up, which happened have been released in 2013, shows the much more modern response to Enid Blyton, especially with DON'T PLAY WITH FIREWORKS or warning to that effect just after the table of contents (it is actually somewhat more detailed, but it boils down to that, which makes me wonder if the original 1954 edition had the same thing written there). Mind you, the edition that I read also has a house blowing up on the cover (as well as reimagined drawings of the characters). Another interesting thing is that Secret Seven Fireworks seems to have similar aspects to this one (though I have not read that one yet so I cannot say for sure). So, the rather short adventure (the Secret Seven adventures are always short and to the point, unlike the Famous Five ones in which the first half has them running around and playing before actually introducing the adventure) involves two of the seven (Peter and Janet) in the back of their father's car when a couple of car thieves jump in and steal it (only so they can get from point a to point b). While the father is none too worried about the event (simply because he got his car, and his children, back in one piece) the Secret Seven, who are always on the look out for an adventure, decide to investigate further. This, of course, leads them to some rather unsavoury places, including a cafe where the scum and lowlife of the town congregate. So, while by this time there is little more to say about the book, or the series (simply because it is number six), it is still an enjoyable, and fast, read in which we get to see these children go out and solve another mystery. However, I am a little surprised that the front of the book does not have the warning DON'T CHASE CRIMINALS with a outline of the fact that criminals don't mess around and don't tolerate people sticking noses into their business, and that if they do see something suspicious, tell the police, don't go and investigate on their own. Okay, you may think I am over reacting, but if the publishers are concerned enough to put a warning in the book about playing with firecrackers, then maybe they should be just as concerned that children will be influenced by the story to go and attempt to bust open their local Hells Angels' chapter.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws

    I read Famous Five and Secret Seven about the same time. I do not know if it is just me, but I found the Secret Seven mysteries to be a bit more mysterious… if you know what I mean. But yes, all the early lessons I have learnt about friendships and life are from reading Enid Blyton Books early on. So I thoroughly encourage all children to read them. It is like passing a passage of life and the secret seven series is no different.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Pooja

    Secret Seven are yet on another adventure when Peter and Janet's car is stolen by the thieves and they try to locate their identity. Susie is a star. Secret Seven are yet on another adventure when Peter and Janet's car is stolen by the thieves and they try to locate their identity. Susie is a star.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Maria Carmo

    I go on on my New Year's periple of Youth books... And these are really a lot of fun--- Maria Carmo, Lisbon 5 January 2020. I go on on my New Year's periple of Youth books... And these are really a lot of fun--- Maria Carmo, Lisbon 5 January 2020.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Reyansh Passari

    it was fun reading this book. I enjoyed the part where Peter and Jack were arguing.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jake Collins

    A decent mystery with a rather fun idea to solve it, some real adventuring for the gang with some actual jeopardy, and for the first time a fairly strong sense of character for four or five of the Seven at one time. This is the Secret Seven series at its best (whetting the appetite well for the more "grown-up" Blyton adventure series) so for that reason it gets four stars. A decent mystery with a rather fun idea to solve it, some real adventuring for the gang with some actual jeopardy, and for the first time a fairly strong sense of character for four or five of the Seven at one time. This is the Secret Seven series at its best (whetting the appetite well for the more "grown-up" Blyton adventure series) so for that reason it gets four stars.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tara Calaby

    I'm amused that it took me almost two months to finish reading a book that I could've read in about fifteen minutes. What can I say – other books got in the way. Fairly typical Secret Seven fare. I'm amused that it took me almost two months to finish reading a book that I could've read in about fifteen minutes. What can I say – other books got in the way. Fairly typical Secret Seven fare.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Vishwa Asokan

    A sweet and merry book. Has usual standards of basic secret seven books. Will hate Susie if u have read this.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sahil (w7)

    It was a fantastic and awesome story.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Roman Khan

    One of the funny parts is when Janet and Barbara looked at peter in the wheelbarrow that was pretending to be a guy. This book was about finding 2 naughty guys who stole peters dad’s car and there were 2 men inside. One was driving and one was just sitting there with his suitcase. Janet was sleeping and Peter was wide eyes opened like a wolf. The worst bit about the book was when they went inside Sid’s café and a few days later they went to the police station and said they went to Sid’s café and One of the funny parts is when Janet and Barbara looked at peter in the wheelbarrow that was pretending to be a guy. This book was about finding 2 naughty guys who stole peters dad’s car and there were 2 men inside. One was driving and one was just sitting there with his suitcase. Janet was sleeping and Peter was wide eyes opened like a wolf. The worst bit about the book was when they went inside Sid’s café and a few days later they went to the police station and said they went to Sid’s café and then the Policeman said “you never go there again”. That is a baaad place for gangsters.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Daisy May Johnson

    Bluntly determined, and full of that 'written whilst dinner was in the oven' Blytonian air, Good Work Secret Seven is a solid enough book, albeit one that I'd struggle to pick out of a lineup. The Seven have a mystery to solve through circumstance conspiring to present them with such, one of the boy characters says something spectacularly chauvinistic to one of the girl characters, and it's all done in time for tea. There's space here for a developing reader to test their independence (and indee Bluntly determined, and full of that 'written whilst dinner was in the oven' Blytonian air, Good Work Secret Seven is a solid enough book, albeit one that I'd struggle to pick out of a lineup. The Seven have a mystery to solve through circumstance conspiring to present them with such, one of the boy characters says something spectacularly chauvinistic to one of the girl characters, and it's all done in time for tea. There's space here for a developing reader to test their independence (and indeed, their critical reading skills) but this will never be the highest of books.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Philip

    Another pretty average addition to the epic, sprawling saga of the Secret Seven. This one has everything; the Secret Seven stumbling on a mystery completely by chance, disguises, a summerhouse nearly burning down, a villain with half a finger missing (why do all the badies all have conveniently noticeable disfigurements. I'd give anything for a badie whose defining characteristic is narcolepsy). Oh and a bad guy who DROPS HIS GLASSES CASE WITH HIS NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER WRITTEN IN IT at a cri Another pretty average addition to the epic, sprawling saga of the Secret Seven. This one has everything; the Secret Seven stumbling on a mystery completely by chance, disguises, a summerhouse nearly burning down, a villain with half a finger missing (why do all the badies all have conveniently noticeable disfigurements. I'd give anything for a badie whose defining characteristic is narcolepsy). Oh and a bad guy who DROPS HIS GLASSES CASE WITH HIS NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER WRITTEN IN IT at a crime scene. The book starts with another classic Suzie prank. I love this girl more and more every day, she is more consistently-written and has more personality that the whole of the Secret Seven combined. The antithesis of Barbara in that respect. Talking of mundane characters, we get to hear Peter's true opinion of Pam; "'That was a very good idea Pam,' he said. 'I've sometimes thought that you're not as good a Secret Seven member as the others.'" Savageryyyyyy The rest is pretty standard, I can't remember it well enough to write about it. I did note down this rather disturbing quote though... "'Where is [Scamper]?' 'He's gone into the kitchen to make love to our cook,' said Colin."

  15. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. ** for my memory only* None of the usual girls do this bit boys do that although Peter did tell Pam that he had always thought she was the weakest member ! Peter dressed up as a guy to watch for the men that stole the father's car. Susie set them up again but Peter's father's car was stolen with them in it. Some robberies locally and the heard about Sid's place which was the café the boys stood outside with their guy .Sacamper knocks over a candle which sets off the fireworks but the police give t ** for my memory only* None of the usual girls do this bit boys do that although Peter did tell Pam that he had always thought she was the weakest member ! Peter dressed up as a guy to watch for the men that stole the father's car. Susie set them up again but Peter's father's car was stolen with them in it. Some robberies locally and the heard about Sid's place which was the café the boys stood outside with their guy .Sacamper knocks over a candle which sets off the fireworks but the police give them replacements as a reward.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sohila Kaur

    I got this book as a gift when I was eight. At the time I only read short story collections but dear god, did I love this one! I got the first five books from a library near me. The library in my new school had these so I went ahead and issued them one by one and I started reading one book a week...... I read all the SS books, then I read all the Famous Five books....... Reading has been one of the best activities I have discovered.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Aviral Kochgaway

    Secret seven stories are so good! *SPOILER ALERT* I can't say this was the best because in the last, I thought that the seven would go to that warehouse to see things from themselves. Instead a police arrived and asked everything about the prisoners and the guy with no finger. The seven could have gone there and observed it a bit and then go on their own to the police station to report the people and the stolen things over there in the warehouse. But still a good book! Secret seven stories are so good! *SPOILER ALERT* I can't say this was the best because in the last, I thought that the seven would go to that warehouse to see things from themselves. Instead a police arrived and asked everything about the prisoners and the guy with no finger. The seven could have gone there and observed it a bit and then go on their own to the police station to report the people and the stolen things over there in the warehouse. But still a good book!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sean Harding

    Number six in the Secret Seven series and again one of the problems with this series is the way the characters, especially Peter are so unlikeable, in fact the only really character you end up cheering for is Jack's so called "annoying sister" Susie, and the books are at there most interesting when she appears, usually pranking the seven. Number six in the Secret Seven series and again one of the problems with this series is the way the characters, especially Peter are so unlikeable, in fact the only really character you end up cheering for is Jack's so called "annoying sister" Susie, and the books are at there most interesting when she appears, usually pranking the seven.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kylie Abecca

    While I love the secret seven series, this one is far from my favourite. Regardless of the time the era in which the book is set, what parent doesn’t contact police when their car is stolen with their children inside? Also Peter is so obnoxious in this book he really becomes highly unlikeable as a character.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Vinay Leo

    The Secret Seven series was the first “series” of Enid Blyton I came across, thanks to a book being passed on to me by my cousin. For a child, I think the series was fun. It made me want to explore the idea of forming secret clubs with badges and passwords and such. It is a box set I’ve acquired since then, and hope to reread soon.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Saffron Mavros

    This book series is meant for a younger age group, but thrilling and exciting nonetheless. New plots, stunning escapes, and chilling mysteries keep you hanging on every word! And of course the descriptions of the elaborate meals that the seven have. Let's not forget the official "seven" meetings that each of us, deep down, wanted to be a part of, like those eavesdropping intruders. This book series is meant for a younger age group, but thrilling and exciting nonetheless. New plots, stunning escapes, and chilling mysteries keep you hanging on every word! And of course the descriptions of the elaborate meals that the seven have. Let's not forget the official "seven" meetings that each of us, deep down, wanted to be a part of, like those eavesdropping intruders.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Raima Muhammad

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. When their father's car is stolen , Peter and Janet are the only ones who catch a glimpse of the thieves ! The whole secret seven decide to track down the criminals , but when they realize they're on the trail of a dangerous gang they don't feel courageous ! When their father's car is stolen , Peter and Janet are the only ones who catch a glimpse of the thieves ! The whole secret seven decide to track down the criminals , but when they realize they're on the trail of a dangerous gang they don't feel courageous !

  23. 5 out of 5

    Elaine Mullane || At Home in Books

    Revisiting the books of my youth out of a feeling of nostalgia! I loved Enid Blyton when I was younger and can't wait to re-read these with my own children. Revisiting the books of my youth out of a feeling of nostalgia! I loved Enid Blyton when I was younger and can't wait to re-read these with my own children.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dixita

    I loved reading the book

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sureya Kurji

    Good.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Argiri Maglari

    Not amongst the best but I really enjoyed it, like the rest :)

  27. 5 out of 5

    Paige

    Amazing

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tanya Rashid

    Really good book :-)

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tabitha Reji

    Amazed at how they ended up in an adventure!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Brandon O Toole

    Mysterious. But very like other secret sevens You can tell what's gonna happen from the middle onwards Mysterious. But very like other secret sevens You can tell what's gonna happen from the middle onwards

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