Kiss Kiss Paperback – 4 Nov 1987
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Unnerving bedtime stories, subtle, proficient, hair-raising and done to a turn (San Francisco Chronicle)
Roald Dahl is one of the few writers I know whose work can accurately be described as addictive (Irish Times) --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
About the Author
From the publication of James and the Giant Peach and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in the 1960s to his death in 1990, Roald Dahl became the most successful childrens author in the world. Nearly twenty years later, a fresh generation of children seek out his work with instinctive fanaticism. His creations endure - through Hollywood movies, theatre adaptations and musical works, but still most potently of all through the pure magic of his writing upon the page.
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I was slightly annoyed that the last story is basically an abridged Danny Champion of the World with the names americanised.
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Many of us will be very familiar with Roald Dahl’s work as a writer for children. He had immense success with stories ranging from Matilda to Esio Trot; stories that I was brought... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joy Isabella
If you liked tales of the unexpected from years ago, you will definitely love this book. I could put it downPublished 2 months ago by Amazon jleigh
A master story teller with a 'nasty' twist to his plots. The audio version is brilliant.Published 10 months ago by St Colms
An amazing read. Kept me on the edge of my seat and left me wanting.Published 13 months ago by Peggie Johnson
Classic. I have loved this book since I first read it at school. It might seem a little dated today but Roald Dahl was the master of a short story.Published 13 months ago by cbm967