Happy Roald Dahl Day bookworms!

“There are certain Roald Dahl books that, if read when the mind is at its most malleable, will colour how you see certain things for the rest of your life. His work, both for kids and adults, is often so vivid, so grotesque, so funny, that episodes sear into the mind, like literary screen burn. We inherit his quirks. To read one of his books is to become one of his kids.” - Book Riot

Happy Roald Dahl Day bookworms!

“There are certain Roald Dahl books that, if read when the mind is at its most malleable, will colour how you see certain things for the rest of your life. His work, both for kids and adults, is often so vivid, so grotesque, so funny, that episodes sear into the mind, like literary screen burn. We inherit his quirks. To read one of his books is to become one of his kids.” - Book Riot

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    A few days late, but I don’t think he’d mind the belatedness.
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