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The Twits
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Roald Dahl
 
Quentin Blake’s pictures alone would put this in my top ten. A perfect combination of great characters and fantastic story, it is funny, brilliant to read aloud, and a timeless classic.

Liz Pichon - 11/05/2015
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Literary Life
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Posy Simmonds
Sums it all up, really.

Julian Barnes - 21/03/2012
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Letters from a Nut: With an...
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Ted L. Nancy; Jerry Seinfeld
 
This is a book of spoof letters by Jerry Seinfeld. Extremely funny and absurd, almost as funny as his TV show. The letters are written to department stores, hotels and state departments and so on. One letter, to the department store Nordstrom, asks to buy a mannequin that resembles a dead neighbour. The genius thing for me about the book is that it includes the genuine replies from these organisations wrestling with the bizarre requests/suggestions/enquiries from Ted Nancy. Brilliant.

Nina Stibbe - 29/11/2013
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A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do...
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David Foster Wallace
If you’ve ever considered going on a cruise, read this and rethink. If you’ve never considered going on a cruise, read this and feel smug.

Maya Jasanoff - 29/05/2012
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