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The sexual detail, while hilarious, also bumped it out of middle school territory. Oct 01, Trin rated it liked it Shelves: The new world might be very different: I think in many ways if I had read this book, the tone would have felt repetitive and the narrator would have seemed darker.

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This book is not only a very accurate portrayal of 11 year old boys, but boys in general, even older than clubb Even uses the ultimate taboo “C” word about four ti I really really wanted to like this book. I felt they were unnecessary.

Like that book, The Dead Fathers club features a young narrator — year-old Philip — who is precocious and insightful, but who probably lies somewhere on the autism spectrum. Sep 04, Marivi Sanz rated it really liked it Shelves: Apr 23, Alison Livingston rated it did not like it. The book is certainly engaging, very British with a brilliant, if not merely experimental, narrative, and if you’re willing to knock your brain around creating your own ending and facts you should give it a go.

A young boy of eleven loses his father, only to be confronted by his ghost.

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The cover boast that it is kind of like a modern day Hamlet adn in a lot of ways it is. Sep 07, Dale rated it liked it. A ghost story with a twist—a suspenseful and poignantly funny update of the Hamlet story.


Never a good thing in my book! Then his father appears to him as a ghost and spins a very interesting tale. His attempts at righteous payback are comically ridiculous, but padrii remains a very sad, frightened child who has lost his father, is losing his mother to his uncle’s courtship, and will probably lose his childhood along the way.

I don’t think he did, but probably the author wants us to form our own endings of the book. We are more connected, yet feel more alone.

The padfi didn’t break any new ground, but it was written with such truth about how life is day to day.

I I had been keen to read a Matt Haig book for a while, after hearing fantastic reviews of his other books. When old family friends attempt to adopt a Chinese-American baby, a custody battle erupts that dramatically divides the town – and puts Mia and Elena on opposing sides.

What a very unique premise for a book this was. And, in spite of, or rather more likely Because OF, the ending I feel the need to re-read the whole darn thing. Will I like it? This is the twenty-second book I read on my commute, and I’m reasonably certain that this book falls in the modern-lit category.

It exists in an uneasy middle ground that has — I think — more in common with the former than the latter, but which might be a little too sophisticated and bleak for younger readers.

Haig follows this trend to the letter. It did take a while to get into the way that the book was written and I appreciate that others could struggle with this so I would recommend trying a sample first just in case. My thanks go to the Publisher and Netgalley for the chance to read this book.

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Lists with This Book. There is no punctuation save the period which is even sometimes avoided creating long run ons. I’m always a sucker for Shakespeare retellings, especially when they involve my favorite one, Hamlet. When Philip realizes that Uncle Alan has designs on his mom and the family pub, Philip decides that something must be done. Ad eccezione di Sir Thomas Templequasi nessuno di questi pari rimase successivamente in Nuova Scozia ed essi ad ogni modo vennero indicati come nobili inglesi, non canadesi.


He writes books for both adults and children, often blending the worlds of domestic reality and outright eei, with a quirky psdri. The ending was the thing that threw me a bit. I find it difficult to engage with novels that are written in clug childlike manner, and this in particular just struck me as too childlike for someone of that age. Philip really does take clb upon himself to avenge his father’s death, but he remains an eleven year old who is largely baffled by the adult world his mother and his conniving uncle inhabit, and is just as largely helpless against it.

His father’s ghost informs him that he was murdered by Uncle Alan, and that he will be stuck in eternal torment unless Philip kills his setinti before his father’s next birthday in a few months. This little masterpiece darts straight into your heart. URL consultato il 9 aprile archiviato dall’ url originale il 19 marzo But the worst was the ending.

AT first it is eshinti, then it is annoying, then tiresome, and then addictive and you find yourself copying it. So, yeah, this is NOT a kid’s book.