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Biggles Flies West by W. E. Johns

By W. E. Johns

Out of the nook of his eyes Biggles observed Dick pass overboard and disappear below the froth, yet he might do not anything to assist him. certainly, as he fought to maintain the flying-boat lower than keep an eye on, it appeared convinced that in the following minute or the others needs to subscribe to him. Ashen, he checked out Algy. 'Jump while she hits!' he cried, in a shrill, strangled voice, and dived intentionally on the rocks. Biggles, Algy and Ginger support a tender lad stay away from a violent thief and locate themselves plunged right into a risky treasure hunt trying to find a long-lost pirate hoard of gold within the Caribbean.

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She had long blond hair tied back in a ponytail. Her eyes were blue, and she wore small, wire-rimmed glasses with yellow-tinted lenses. I'd even say she was cute, for a monster head, that is. She didn't look dangerous, but then again, a giant floating head didn't exactly look normal, either. "I'm Bobby Pendragon," I said to the head, trying to sound head-friendly. "And my name's Vo Spader," Spader added. " boomed the head. I felt like I was standing before the great and powerful Wizard of Oz. With any luck, there'd be some befuddled old man hiding behind a curtain pulling on levers to control the big thing.

Big time. Hey, I don't blame him. But there were a few times on Cloral where Spader got so completely wrapped up in Saint Dane-hating that he nearly got us all killed. Truth be told, Spader's anger toward Saint Dane is one of the reasons Uncle Press is dead. Since then, Spader promised me he would control himself, and his anger. I can only hope that when we come face-to-face with the demon again, and I guarantee we will, Spader won't do anything stupid. These were some of the conflicted thoughts that were banging around inside my head as I finished my last journal.

Ms. Jane Jansen had only just met the two, but she didn't seem to like them. She didn't seem to like much of anything. Her face was in a permanent state of pucker, like she had a lemon in her pocket that she was constantly sucking on. "Oh, sorry," said Mark, as if he had been caught doing something wrong. "We were reading. " "Tomorrow's Sunday," snapped Ms. Jane Jansen. "And this isn't a library. " Courtney didn't like Ms. Jane Jansen's attitude. And she definitely didn't like being called a child, especially by such a prune.

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