Biggles Fails to Return

Biggles Fails to Return It is my opinion that Biggles is dead asserted the Air Commodore I had already sensed that Sir but I don t believe it retorted Algy Biggles is missing He was last seen lying shot and bleeding sur

  • Title: Biggles Fails to Return
  • Author: W.E. Johns
  • ISBN: 9780099938507
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • It is my opinion that Biggles is dead, asserted the Air Commodore I had already sensed that, Sir, but I don t believe it, retorted Algy.Biggles is missing He was last seen lying shot and bleeding, surrounded by the enemy Even if he were captured alive, he would have been shot as a spy It seems hopeless, but Algy, Ginger and Bertie aren t going to start mourning thei It is my opinion that Biggles is dead, asserted the Air Commodore I had already sensed that, Sir, but I don t believe it, retorted Algy.Biggles is missing He was last seen lying shot and bleeding, surrounded by the enemy Even if he were captured alive, he would have been shot as a spy It seems hopeless, but Algy, Ginger and Bertie aren t going to start mourning their friend without being absolutely sure They intend to parachute into enemy territory to discover the truth for themselves

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    1. A good old-fashioned commando raid19 July 2015 Sadly this is going to be one of the last Biggles books that I read for a while, namely because I have finished reading all of the ones that I borrowed off of my Dad and the rest of them happen to be 700kms away in his study. Maybe I'll grab some more the next time I am over there, but considering the number of books that are on my shelf:I don't think I am going to be scrounging for reading material any time soon (though spacing some of the really h [...]

    2. Back to boyhood for a bit of Biggles and the books are just as exciting today as they were then.By the very title of this one, the reader knows that Biggles is not going to appear straight away. However, it is not until page 163 that our hero makes his appearance. But he does not disappoint from then on in.And before he is found, Bertie, Algy and Ginger all keep the story moving at a fast pace. They cannot accept that Biggles is reported dead so they parachute into enemy territory to investigat [...]

    3. This has become a new favourite Biggles story - and Biggles hardly appears in it at all.This WWII adventure opens with Algy receiving a chit promoting him to Squadron Leader, a week after Biggles left the base, alone, in mysterious circumstances. Fearing the worst, the chaps confront Raymond of Air Intelligence looking for answers. The answers take them on a daring rescue mission in and around Monaco around the time of its occupation by the Italian army.Although it predates his works by 9 or 10 [...]

    4. It is 1942, and Biggles has vanished on a secret mission in Monaco. Algy, Ginger and Bertie set off to look for him, but without the boss to keep them in line they soon go off the rails, strumming guitars, swilling wine and dallying, believe it or not, with women. Ginger falls in love with a girl who gives him shelter. Algy stalks a woman in a blue shawl for absolutely miles. Bertie reveals unsuspected musical abilities as well as an entirely believable familiarity with pre-war Monegasque societ [...]

    5. Biggles Fails to ReturnBy W.E. JohnsThis book is about the imfamous Biggles accepting a mission to do privately and then failing to return.Question 1. What was the most exciting part and why?The most exciting part in my opinion is when the allies all meet up and escape. This group includes Biggles, (He has been found) the Princess Marietta Loretto de Palma who Biggles was sent to rescue and who helped Biggles recover from a bullet wound, a man named Mario, (the princesses assistant) Algy, Ginger [...]

    6. The special thing with this book is that it's missing Biggles. Or Biggles is missing. It starts by Algy being assigned the WWII RAF squadron Biggles is running and him going to London to figure out what has happened to Biggles. Then the story brings us to southern Europe in a chase for Biggles, together with Algy, Ginger and Bertie (there has to be three).This story is also a bit different in that it contains women. And W. E. Johns doesn't seem to know anything about that half of humanity. He sh [...]

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