Ira saw what Mr Jarvis meant. "Well, he wouldn't be interesting, then," he agreed, "Because he'd be just the same as everyone else. He might be like some of the boys in my class, and I wouldn't want to read about them."
"I think Mycroft's more interesting, myself," Auden chipped in, "But we don't get to know enough about him."
"Who's Mycroft?" piped up Fox, who by now was losing the thread of the conversation, and kept shifting restlessly from one foot to the other.