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By Roald Dahl
In Over to You, ten terrifying stories of lifestyles as a wartime fighter pilot are instructed through the grasp of the quick tale, Roald Dahl.
During the second one international warfare Roald Dahl served within the RAF or even suffered awful accidents in an air crash within the Libyan wasteland. Drawing on his personal reports as a fighter pilot, Dahl crafted those ten spine-tingling tales: of air battles within the sky; of the nightmare of being shot down; the infectious insanity of clash; and the nervy jollity of the Mess and Ops room.
Dahl brilliantly conveys the weird fact of a wartime pilot's day-by-day lifestyles, the place demise is a continuing spouse and lifestyles is lived from one heartbeat to the next.
'One of the main commonly learn and influential writers of our generation'--The Times
'The nice magician'--Spectator
Roald Dahl, the bright and around the world acclaimed writer of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the enormous Peach, Matilda, and plenty of extra classics for kids, additionally wrote rankings of brief tales for adults. those delightfully stressful stories have frequently been filmed and have been such a lot lately the muse for the West finish play, Roald Dahl's Twisted Tales by way of Jeremy Dyson. Roald Dahl's tales proceed to make readers shiver today.
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