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The Wonderful Story Of Henry Sugar And Six More reader æ Hardcover â ❰PDF❯ ✎ The Wonderful Story Of Henry Sugar And Six More Author Roald Dahl – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Seven stories of fantasy and fun by the fantastic Roald Dahl The Boy Who Talked With Animals in which a stranded sea turtSeven stories of fantasy and fun by the fantastic Roald Dahl The Boy Who Talked With Animals in which a stranded sea turtle and a small boy have in common than meets The short story collection contains 7 storiesThe Boy Who Talked with Animals 4 starsThe Hitch Hiker 3 starsThe Mildenhall Treasure 3 starsThe Swan 3 starsThe Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar 4 starsLucky Break 4 starsA Piece of Cake 2 starsThere are several of these that I really enjoyed and the rest were well done I love Henry Sugar and the method Henry goes about getting 'powers' after reading about a yogi Concentration is a powerful thing That was a well done story and I enjoyed the way it started A super story I thought his auto biographical piece on how Roald began his writing career was wondering and it tied into this autobiography as well with the fighter pilot He basically walked right into his career It was pre ordained pretty much He has some great tips for writing as well and he goes into what his English Lit professor said about his writing which made you realize they probably didn't know what they were talking about They were just meanies The last one I really enjoyed was the Boy who could talk with animals I loved the compassion in this story and the boy riding around on a turtle It has that magic twist a Roald DAhl story can spin I think these 3 stories are the strongest The Swan is a good story but it was stressful It's about bullying and it doesn't have a happy ending in my opinion This is obviously how he felt at school as a boy being bullied I was driving home in traffic and this story was not good for that as it was so stressful and hard to read It is painful just painful in all ways It's about human cruelty It's good but I won't read it again I thought the Hitchhiker and Mildenhall Treasure which is non fiction were fun and cute They didn't blow me away but they rounded out the book nicely The last Piece of Cake was filler It was ok but it did not hook meI'm glad I was finally able to finish this up and I think that this finishes off all the books of Roald Dahl that are considered his children's books I still need to read his adult works like Uncle Oswalt but I'm mostly done with his stuff It has been a pleasure

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The eye The Hitchhiker proves that in a pinch a professional pickpocket can be the perfect pal The Mildenhall Treasure a true tale of fortune found and an opportuni This book is made up of multiple short stories by Roald Dahl The Boy Who Talked With Animals in which a stranded sea turtle and a small boy have in common than meets the eye The Hitchhiker proves that in a pinch a professional pickpocket can be the perfect pal The Mildenhall Treasure a true tale of fortune found and an opportunity lost The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar in which a modern day Robin Hood brings joy to the hearts of orphans and fear to the souls of casino owners around the worldI did not enjoy The Boy Who Talked With Animals I thought it was very slow random and not entertaining It took me a long time to get through this short storyThe Hitchhiker was very entertaining and actually scary There was some violence that was very unexpected in this story and the whole story definitely kept me on my toesThe Midenhall Treasure was a true story about treasure that was found and Roald Dahl got the opportunity to write about it for a magazine It was interesting to read about all the laws of finding treasure in that countryThe Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar did not have an interesting beginning to it's story Henry read about Imhrat Khan an Indian man with an amazing special talent As Henry learns about Khan he discovers that Khan's special powers is being able to see the world around him without using his eyes Khan is able to do this because of training with a yogi This story motivates Henry to learn how to do the same skill so he can become a great gambler and be able to read cards After this part is when I started to enjoy Henry Sugar's story Henry became a wealthy man from gambling so he wanted to do something great with the money so he opens many orphanagesThe ending of the book is Dahl talking about his childhood and growing up experience As much as I enjoyed reading about it I was disappointed because it was so similar to the book Boy Tales of Childhood by Roald Dahl There was a ton of overlapping stories and there were stories that was in this book but not his autobiography That bugged me It should have been in his autobiography if he wanted to share it It was a weird ending to the whole book having it be an autobiography of random stories of his childhood This was not one of my favorite Roald Dahl books but I am glad that I read it and experienced it

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The Wonderful Story Of Henry Sugar And Six MoreTy lost The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar in which a modern day Robin Hood brings joy to the hearts of orphans and fear to the souls of casino owners around the wor Roald Dahl's books always have wonderful effect on meWhen I read The Witches I thanked God I didn't meet any witch as a childWhen I read Matilda I think she's the brightest girl everWhen I read Charlie and The Chocolate Factory I believe that there is a very big and magical chocolate factory somewhere in this worldWhen I read the Magic Finger suddenly I have some hatred to these animal huntersWhen I read Charlie and The Great Glass Elevator I wish that I can go to space hotel as wellWhen I read the Twits I want to thrown upWhen I read James and The Giant Peach I want to go inside the amazing peachWhen I read this book I can't say than amazing This book makes me almost believe about something which I tell you almost impossibleBut who's Roald Dahl? He knocks the 'im' in 'impossible' word

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