The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and Six More

The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and Six More

Roald Dahl / May 19, 2019

The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and Six More Roald Dahl turns his pen to anything twisting everyday life into powerful and sometimes terrifying fantasies Turtles Fingersmiths The Mildenhall Treasure Even a Man Who Can See with his Eyes Clo

  • Title: The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and Six More
  • Author: Roald Dahl
  • ISBN: 0140057730
  • Page: 448
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  • Roald Dahl turns his pen to anything, twisting everyday life into powerful, and sometimes terrifying fantasies Turtles, Fingersmiths, The Mildenhall, Treasure, Even a Man Who Can See with his Eyes Closed.

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    642 Comments

    1. Yo ya las había leido pero he perdido los libros. Las leo nuevamente y goso las historias escritas por Dahl.


    2. The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar by Roald DahlAs a child I was enthralled with Roald Dahl’s Hammer House of Horror series on the TV, as a father I delighted in reading all his children’s books, and now I got to his short stories for adults - The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar – collection. In addition to (spoiler alert) the card-trick-yogi being a modern reincarnation of Robin Hood converting money from casinos into orphanages, he has six other stories – all worth reading.The magic of [...]


    3. I bought this in Kindle form and my young kids (ages 8-11) and I took turns reading paragraphs aloud over the summer break. We especially enjoyed the story of Henry Sugar, the hitch hiker, and the buried treasure. We didn't like the story about the little boy who was bullied and tortured by two thugs. We were hoping something bad would happen to the bullies but it never happened.


    4. Very good - most of the stories are very believable. I think the best, most believable is the story "The swan" in spite of its somewhat unpleasant subject matter. This is definitely not your typical Roald Dahl book. There are no fearsome Snozzwangers, no friendly Fluffywuffies, and no grizzly deaths, just good wholesome reading, so whether I'd recommend this book to your child depends on what they want in a book


    5. This was a book I loved as a tween and teen, and have now been introducing my children to, reading a story or part of one each night before bed. It helps children make the move from Dahl's stories for children, all about chocolate and magic and redemption for oppressed children, to his stories for adults, with stories that verge from magical realism to stories that are real but just highly unusual, like finding buried treasure or meeting a very skilled pickpocket. We've read the first few, and [...]


    6. In my eyes, Roald Dahl is the greatest children's author that ever lived, and even for adults he is in my top 5. I first read this book when I was 7 years old - at the time I was struck with the wonderful magic that he seems to work into all his stories. Upon reading it again as a young teen, I started to get the feeling that he had a wicked sense of humor, without malignity but wicked nonetheless. Now as an adult, I decided to revisit this wonderful book, and suddenly the subtle social nuances, [...]


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