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Jerry Jimmy and Cathy stumble upon a mysterious castle with a beautiful princess asleep in the garden The. This is a novel I like a lot which I ve experienced in different ways at different points in my life I first read it when I was six or seven and thought it was a great story There are these kids and they find a castle and a magic ring At first they think it s an invisibility ring Then to their surprise they find it can make inanimate objects come to life or make you rich After a while they come to a truly startling conclusion the ring can do anything at all When its latest power wears off the owner can just tell it what new power it is to acuire They come up with some cr

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The Enchanted Castle

Them a secret room filled with treasure where they discover a magical ring enchantment becomes a reality. This is a book very close to my heart and in my top ten of my all time favourite classic children s books I first read this when I was 8 or 9 and have re read it many times since In fact my copy is looking decidedly battered and worse for wear you always know you re on to a good book when the cover threatens to fall off In many ways this is an underrated novel of E Nesbit and I will readily admit it is not one of her best Nonetheless I still love it than The Railway Children The Treasure Seekers etc with perhaps the exception of The Story of the Amulet the seuel t

E. Nesbit é 1 SUMMARY

Princess is really Mabel the housekeeper's niece who is only pretending to be royalty But when she shows. There are two types of enchantment in this book One is the everyday sort evidenced by how enthralled the reader might be as they proceed through the book and especially by the young charmer Gerald who sweet talks his way through pretty much every situation This is enchantment that lives up to the term s origins where chanting speaking singing and silent perusal of words creates the magic that keeps us literally in its spellThen there is the sort of enchantment that manifests itself most strikingly in this book the kind described elouently by Nesbit herself in Chapter Nin


10 thoughts on “The Enchanted Castle

  1. says:

    This is a novel I like a lot which I've experienced in different ways at different points in my life I first read it when I was six or seven and thought it was a great story There are these kids and they find a castle and a magic ring At first they think it's an invisibility ring Then to their surprise they find it can mak

  2. says:

    I started this book in the naive hope that it would be a palate cleanser after the book on Pierpont Morgan While it was mild

  3. says:

    This story is wonderful I have memories of this reading this as a child and of watching a BBC serial of the book when I was 6 yrs old Reliving the part of the story that stuck with me the part where the children put on a play and short of audience members they make some out of hats coats and hockey sticks and p

  4. says:

    E Nesbit is one of the greatest authors of all time You might not think so but if you could only see the chain of minds that lead directly from children like me who read her books and grew up to be grown ups that believe in the power of both magic and common sense it would be a golden chain of the greatest stories of magic for the last 100 years

  5. says:

    There are two types of enchantment in this book One is the everyday sort evidenced by how enthralled the reader might be as they proceed through the book and especially by the young charmer Gerald who sweet talks his way through pretty much every situation This is enchantment that lives up to the term's origin

  6. says:

    An old favorite that I just re read and it's still so wonderful I think my favorite part is when the respectable Ugly Wugly goes into the secret passage and finds a really good hotel because as E Nesbit so truly points out that really is some people's idea of a dream come true Excitingly my daughter is reading i

  7. says:

    Why don't people know about E Nesbit? Kids these days cries the 23 year old Her fantasies are rich and original with an undercurrent of creepy that keeps me coming back even as a semi adultish type person The seuence with

  8. says:

    This is a book very close to my heart and in my top ten of my all time favourite classic children's books I first read this when I was 8 or 9 and have re read it many times since In fact my copy is looking decidedly battered and wors

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    Adventure is always a few steps ahead This thought continues echoing throughout the tale Whether it's hiding under our blankets imagining there's a vast cave next door or looking for pearls emeralds and marbles Indeed I haven't read a heart warming and jovial story than the story of Jerry Jimmy and Cathy The siblings whose friendship and m

  10. says:

    I re read this recently while I was experimenting with my new e reader and downloading free books sourced from Project Gutenberg I have a theory that the format in which you read a book affects your reading experience that an e book is actually different from a print book and the different editions of a print boo