Third Year at Malory Towers is a fiction children's novel set in an English girl's boarding school. The third book of the Malory Towers series, it is a sequel to Second Form at Malory Towers. Written by the famous children's book writer, Enid Blyton, the book was first published in 1984, and has also been translated into German.
Darell Rivers, the protagonist, is coming back to her boarding school, Malory Towers, for her third term. Sally Hope, her best friend, has been sent to a quarantine for mumps, and thus, she is not in the school for a short period. As Darell goes to her school, she happens to find out some new faces, there is a new girl from the USA called Zerelda Brass and another girl called Bill Robinson. Bill has seven brothers and truckloads of horses, who has come to leave her at the school.
Meanwhile, the girls start to mix along with other girls, and finally get allotted for respective Lacrosse teams. The story continues with all the troubles and friendships that happen in a girls' boarding school. Suddenly, there arises a misunderstanding against Zerelda, and she gets scolded by Miss Hibbert. Things still go on smoothly until something unexpected happens.
Third Year at Malory Towers is a story that reminds people of their school days, especially girls. It has fun, friendship, juvenile hatred and competition.
Enid Blyton was a famous English author known for her children's books. She has written more than 800 books, and most of them are fantasy, adventurous and mysteries. Some of her famous works are The Secret Seven series and The Five Find-Outers. You can order online the paperback edition published by Egmont with the ISBN-10: 1405228601 and ISBN-13: 978-1405228602.