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Biggles & Co Unknown Binding – 1975


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  • ASIN: B003015HFO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 26 April 2000
Format: Paperback
I just finished reading "Biggles & Co" and I personally thought that it was an excellent book. For a start, I have read other books about Biggles and I find that the three main characters are very likeable. In this particular adventure, I was inthralled the whole way through because it took many turns that I did not expect. For example, I loved the way in which biggles cleverly outwitted a gang of thieves and I thought that his tactics were very unique. Also, I really found the book so funny. Especially towards the end. The description was amazing and I could totally picture the events that were taking place at the climax of the book. Aswell as being extremely exciting to read, I found that in the face of extreme danger, W.E. Johns portreyed amazing humour. I found that Biggles' humour was very much like mine and some of the things he did and the comments he made really made me laugh so much. I also loved the way in which the conversations undertaken with the 'very bad people' were always polite and witty. This also made me laugh as I thought it was very well done.
Altogether a brilliant and exciting, funny book. I thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it for a unique and suspense filled adventure.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sparrow on 14 Jan 2013
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W.E .Johns was an informative writer as well as exciting. There are details of the very start of A.T.C. (Air Traffic Control.)in England.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tim, Merseyside on 17 Nov 2011
Format: Paperback
I've only read 30 or so of W.E. John's 100+ series of Biggles, but this is the best I've read so far. It has Biggles, Ginger and Algy in it, though not Bertie since it's before WW2. Biggles arch-enemy Von Stalhein appears, and that alone normally makes a Biggles novel more interesting. 'Biggles and Co' and some clever ideas in it and a few twists and turns familiar to readers of the other books, but it really is superior to most of the others for a reason that I can't put my finger on. And yes, Biggles makes his best ever witticisms in this one.
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Biggles and his companions at their best. A well-paced and lengthy thriller, plenty of action and fantastic locations. I have been revisiting Biggles as an adult, having only read a small number of his adventures as a boy, but loving every one. Biggles' wit and canny mind are at their best here. Thoroughly enjoyable.
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