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Fish part of each of us that leads into the territory of the unexpected and unsettlingoriginally published in Kiss Kiss brings together of Roald's macabre adult tales William and Mary was later adapted for Roald's American television series 'Way Out and several of the stories appeared in British television adaptations for the series Tales of the Unexpected in the s Also included h.

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Paperback¸ Kiss Kiss ePUB ñ Roald Dahl was a British novelist short story writer and screenwriter of Norwegian descent who rose to prominence in the 's with works for both children and adults and became one of the world's bestselling authorsDahl's first published work inspired by a meeting with C S Forester was Shot Down Over Libya Today the story is published as A Piece of Cake The story about his wartime adv.

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  • Mario the lone bookwolf

    Paperback¸ Kiss Kiss ePUB ñ kiss pdf, kiss pdf, Kiss Kiss KindleSlowly the final plot twist is coming closer the reader waits for the revelation and a „bam in your face“ solution offers a final thrill In each freaking short storyI don´t read many short stories I mean who does and so it´s uite subjectively that I find this funny weird strange and frightening little story hybrids very entertaining One of the main reasons I don´t read short stories is that procrastinating as I am avoid any unnecessary move and beginning a novel is always a bit similar to ugh work as one has to remember some elements to get in the story except in the rare cases of true masters of the artBut those stories are so easy to access so full of interesting thoughts about human nature so clever and complex in their minimalism leaving the reader with the thought that this could probably really happen somewhere and what a strange place the minds o


  • Miranda Reads

    Paperback¸ Kiss Kiss ePUB ñ kiss pdf, kiss pdf, Kiss Kiss KindleFinally a short story collection by Dahl that didn't send me running for the hillsTo put this into context I've already read The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and Six More Switch Bitch and both were disturbing and misogynistic Kiss Kiss was marginally better Without further ado here is Dahl's most macabre collection of short storiesThe Landlady A young man excitedly moves to a new city for his job He finds a lovely little bed and breakfast run by a dotty old woman who dabbles in taxidermy I'm sure you can surmise what happened next Sometimes it is worth it to spend the extra uidWilliam and Mary Mary spent her entire married life belittled and bullied by her husband Every purchase was scrutinized and every decision even to turn on the telly was uestioned Her husband on his deathbed makes a rash decision and unfortunately lives to regret itThe Way Up to He


  • Melki

    Paperback¸ Kiss Kiss ePUB ñ kiss pdf, kiss pdf, Kiss Kiss KindleLooking for some deviously funny cautionary tales riddled with delightfully diabolical twistsWell here be eleven goodies to amuse and entertain youYou will learn to beware of old ladies bearing tea to be kind to your wife or she will totally screw up your


  • Nandakishore Varma

    Paperback¸ Kiss Kiss ePUB ñ kiss pdf, kiss pdf, Kiss Kiss KindleI don't remember exactly when I encountered Roald Dahl perhaps in my pre teens But I sure remember I did not encounter him in any story appropriate for children The Veld not included here and Pig included are two stories I remember vividly from those days both delightfully creepy yet weirder than the standard fare you get fr


  • Trevor

    Paperback¸ Kiss Kiss ePUB ñ kiss pdf, kiss pdf, Kiss Kiss KindleI thought I’d read this book all the way through years ago but there were stories here that I didn’t remember at all and so now I’m not sure what I’ll read before or not When my children were growing up we made our way through every one of his children’s books These aren’t children’s stories but it is hard to not notice that they are almost all very much like fairy tales One of the things a writer who is starting out is almost certain to do is to not fully trust their readers This is almost inevitable and something of a function of the medium We want to be understood There’s n


  • Gabrielle

    Paperback¸ Kiss Kiss ePUB ñ kiss pdf, kiss pdf, Kiss Kiss KindleHuman nature's dark side is not pretty Lies greed violent impulses In this collection of short stories Roald Dahl tells us how the world sometimes exacts delicious revenge on people in the most grotesue waysI only knew Dahl through his children's books The Witches being one of my own childhood favorites My colleague Caroline adores his short stories and she kindly lent me her copy of Kiss Kiss that I devoured over a few lunch breaks The dark humour acid tongue and unsettling mind that had attracted me to Dahl's children's books shone just as bright here as they did in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Mathilda I laughed winced and gasped a plenty as I made my way through this little book and discovered that Dahl is an even better writter than I had imaginedLike any short story anthology some are better than others I especially loved the tales of Mrs Foster's phobia of missing her plane and Mrs Bixby's ill acuired fur coat Sweet


  • Richard Derus

    Paperback¸ Kiss Kiss ePUB ñ kiss pdf, kiss pdf, Kiss Kiss KindleReal Rating 275 of fiveA cruel and demanding husband or so his first wife Patricia Neal would have us know; a creepy old party as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory amply demonstrated with a great deal of disdain for Jewishness and gluttony and greed in general His adult fiction is largely out of print in the US and he was never really uite The Thing here as he was in Britain I suppose his light sneers at us so evident in his attitude towards the US's involvement in the Second World War preven


  • Caroline

    Paperback¸ Kiss Kiss ePUB ñ kiss pdf, kiss pdf, Kiss Kiss KindleThough this books of Dahl's short stories is missing some of my favorites like the one about the eavesdropping card playing couples and the one with the frozen leg of lamb it has many of Dahl's best From a father who feeds his baby enormous uantities of royal jelly to a nervous hyper punctual housewife who exacts a seemingly innocent revenge on her passive aggressive husband these stories are twisted surprising and never overdone The stories have just the sort of Professor Plum crackling fire pipe in mouth atmosphere that I love to sink into in a rainy day


  • Lotte

    Paperback¸ Kiss Kiss ePUB ñ kiss pdf, kiss pdf, Kiss Kiss KindleWonderfully macabre short stories that feature neurotic vicars vengeful wives dubious antiue dealers and creepy half bee half human babies yes you read that right


  • Nicola

    Paperback¸ Kiss Kiss ePUB ñ kiss pdf, kiss pdf, Kiss Kiss KindleRoald Dahl is needless to say best known as the author of books for children This collection of short stories is easy on the whizzpopping frumpets and strawbunkies but his subtly sinister grown up world is eually enthrallingThe beauty of Dahl's short stories is his innate talent for saying the most when he says nothing at all Massive chunks of story line are told through every ellipsis of which there are many Rather than telling you exactly what is happening Dahl creates the setting throws in a few hints about his characters and leaves you to deduce the


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