The Land of Far Beyond by Enid Blyton was inspired by John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress. Blyton put her own spin for her readers. This is by far, one of my most favourite books from her and would recommend it for anyone young and old. The original copy can be found in the Public Domain.
The story is about a boy named Peter and his two sisters, Anna and Patience who set out in a group of 10, in search of the City of Happiness. If they are successful, they will be able to get rid of the burdens they carry on their backs.
In this chapter, the group that's now down to 9 people, break into 3. Peter and his group get lured into wasting time at Mrs. Dally's. And when they finally manage to leave her house, they end up at another "Time Sucker".
Even though Enid Blyton is a children's author, this story is an easy read and adults will be able to relate to the journey and the challenges along the way.
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