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Such deliciously twisted stories, and such fine writing.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Lists with This Book. Either way, it’s a hugely enjoyable, often hilarious collection, which I consider the best of Dahl’s work. I wish I could give this a 3.

I decided to forgo reading the page volume of all of Roald Dahl’s short stories and purchase a smaller collection to make sure I actually liked them first. It I read this for one of my book clubs and I admit I went into it with preconceived notions. Awesome story that really kept me at the edge of my seat! Dahl has written these sixteen stories as they need to be delivered. I read this for one of my book clubs and I admit I went into it with preconceived notions.

It is decided that Mr Bixby will collect the item, and he comes home with 2 dead minks for Mrs Bixby to wear as a scarf! Whilst it is rather amusing and refreshing to see unexpected relaatos to die, it does feel somehow immoral to pick that out as a charm of the collection. His first children’s book was The Gremlinsabout mischievous little creatures that were part of RAF folklore.


Dahl wrote more than 60 short stories and they have appeared in numerous collections, some only being published in book form after his death.

Tales of the Unexpected

I really, really loved this collection of stories, and Roald Dahll was really a genius writer. All of the stories take place in the ordinary world, but what lurks beneath it is stunningly portrayed.

The back cover of my edition describes it as a “superb compendium of vengeance, surprise, and dark delight” and that’s as good a characterization as any I can come up with. However, this is about to change as another man enters Williams comfort zone and there is something familiar about this one.

These were unesperado ones that really stood out and amazed me, but each and every story in here was magnificent.

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Apr 28, Allison rated it it was ok. Or that he was once a chocolate candy tester for Cadbury’s?

William and Mary This story must absolutely have inspired the director of Four Rooms Perhaps this is why I am so ill at ease with Tales of the Unexpected; the quirky, offbeat turn of events apparent in all his children’s novels certainly used to “capture my imagination”, but in this collection targeted at an adult audience, the silly names and subtle caricatures have been swapped for mountains of the macabre.

I like irony as much as anyone else, but none of the endings were rrelatos. Chairlie and the Chocolate Works Roald Dahl. Paperbackpages. Much like it is an unforgivable sin today to ruin the punch line of a well-constructed joke, these stories must be delivered in a way that is not only believable but intriguing.


The Way up to Heaven Come to think of it, would I survive. Tales of the Unexpected is full of just that – tales with so many unexpected events. The stories also never end in anything definitive; Dahl gives just enough of a conclusion to keep you wonder and guessing and thinking. Many were originally written for American magazines such as Ladies Home JournalHarper’sPlayboy and The New Yorkerthen subsequently collected by Dahl into anthologies, gaining world-wide acclaim.

Agu trot Roald Dahl.

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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 authors. Continuing with my shameless plagiarization of the cover blurb, it describes the recipe for a typical Dahl tale: Many of the best stories in tbis book stop just on the threshold of the truly dark, because the author knows that it’s far more effective to leave the details unfold and reverberate in the reader’s imagination.

Or “Lamb to the Slaughter”.