When Hercules Feltwright joins the Goody household in the position of tutor he doesn’t realize that he’s walking into a web of deception and mystery. The people of Goody Hall are strangely troubled, and no one knows why. Hercules takes it as his commission to restore peace of mind to the Goody household.
Soon he uncovers a fortune in jewels, a mysterious legend that seems to be coming true, a tomb with an empty coffin, and a statue of a three headed dog. All are clues that Hercules must use to solve this mystery.
I must say that “Goody Hall” has so far been the only Babbit book to disappoint me. The plot could be interesting if it was not developed in such a ridiculous fashion. The only thing that I liked about “Goody Hall” was the book’s characters.
In summary, “Goody Hall” is a book with great characters but a disappointing plot.
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