The School on the Precipice

The School on the Precipice Originally published under the name Nancy Moss the first two installments of the Cliff House series were reprinted under the name Roberta Moss in paperback On the journey to Cliff House School Susan

Originally published under the name Nancy Moss, the first two installments of the Cliff House series were reprinted under the name Roberta Moss in paperback.On the journey to Cliff House School Susan began to learn about some of its mysteries of a strange, aloof Head and of her rascally brother, and of the imminent threat of collapse of the gaunt school building on thOriginally published under the name Nancy Moss, the first two installments of the Cliff House series were reprinted under the name Roberta Moss in paperback.On the journey to Cliff House School Susan began to learn about some of its mysteries of a strange, aloof Head and of her rascally brother, and of the imminent threat of collapse of the gaunt school building on the cliffs She began to wish that she had never come to Cliff House, but by the end of an eventful and exciting first term Susan was acclaimed as a heroine by all her new school friends and teachers.
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  • Dorian says:

    While not up to the truly bonkers standards of J. Radford Evans' works, this is an entertainingly lurid tale.Cliff House School is due to fall into the sea in about 15 years, thanks to rapid coastal erosion. The headmistress is consequently somewhat despairing, and the general tone of the school ranges from apathy to delinquency. Into this unencouraging milieu arrives Susan Savage, fresh from a mild life in the home of her maiden aunts. Shenanigans ensue.The story takes in a heroic rescue, break [...]

  • CLM says:

    When Susan Savage arrives at Cliff House for her first term, she is dismayed to find it is crumbling away and led by a group of students known as the Black Sheep who are contemptuous of the school and determined not to improve its reputation. Susan and her friend Cissie naturally decide to change the fortunes of the school by leading a coup.This is a fabulous school story - somewhat over the top and perhaps intended as a spoof of the genre but greatly enjoyable for its dramatic situations, humor [...]

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