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Summary

Welcome to Malory Towers, where there's more to life than lessons! 

Darrell Rivers is Head Girl of Malory Towers, and there is plenty to keep her busy. 

Spoilt Gwendoline is up to her usual tricks, and Amanda is prepared to risk everything to be chosen to swim in the Olympics. Can Darrell stop Gwendoline from ruining their final term before it's time to wave goodbye? 

©2019 Enid Blyton Ltd (P)2019 Hodder Children's Books

What listeners say about Malory Towers: Last Term

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Good sub plots and ending.

All the main characters are weĺl rounded off. Also, there are lots of good mini stories.

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Easy listening

I love the Malory towers series and this book is great! Perfect for people with sleep issues as the story is simple and easy to follow so can be listened to before bed. The narration is good and very calming.

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Really enjoyable

In my 50’s! Read as a child and gone back as easy reading for my sleepless nights. Can’t believe how I’ve enjoyed the series yet again at my age!

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  • 28-02-20

brilliant

my daughter loves this book and the thrill of parts in the story and the young felicity and darrel

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A wonderful end to a beautiful series.

I have thoroughly enjoyed listening to the entire series on audible. I read them as a child and loved them and so was wary of spoiling those long ago memories. However I had no need to worry. I was instantly transported back to my childhood and found myself being taken back through the doors of Malory Towers by a lovely voiced narrator. I can't recommend this series enough for listeners both young and old. I'm so pleased I took the plunge and was able to relive these stories once again.

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Best Book Ever!!!!!!

This book is the best book ever the problem is that you can never put it down

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Exciting

I am very sorry for Darral as she leaves Malory Towers she loved it dearly but she is lucky to have a sister to carry out their tradition.Dear Gwendline Mary has finically learnt her lesson.Tricks are being played. Games are being won.And the future of Malory Towers are silent.It is sad that we are not seeing dearest Darral anymore.But Alicia,Mary Lou,Sally and Darral have a future and are Malory Towers successors.

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