Jennings helped get the Fire Brigade in time to put out the fire, but luckily the Head didn't ask any questions. And then there was the business of the racing pigeon.
Reviewed on 11th October 2020
It’s been a while since my last trip to Linbury in my re-read of the Jennings series, but this was a welcome visit to the sixteenth novel.
This is an absolute classic of the series, in which everything adds up and ties together, with the distinct episodes clearly linked into one overall narrative, possibly in the best way of the series so far.
It’s funny, it’s silly, and it all make such perfect sense from the point of view of the ten-year-old main character.
I really enjoyed this re-read.