A Book Review On Danny The Champion Book Review On Danny The Champion Of The World The book I have chosen to do a book review on Danny the Champion of the world by Roald Dahl. It was illustrated by Quentin Blake. The actual copy I have was printed in 1991. The first time it was printed was in 1975.
The publishers that published the book were Penguin. Danny the champion of the world is based on Danny and his father living in a caravan. His father has a deep, dark secret. It is that he is a poacher. Danny had thought of a new method for poaching. I enjoyed the part when Danny has thought of the new method for poaching.
Danny? s dad was jumping for joy it was though he was the happiest man alive. The main characters are Danny, Danny? s dad, Mr. Victor Hazell ad Doctor Spencer. Danny is the main character his a normal boy living with his dad. His mum had died when he as four months old.
Him and his dad live in a caravan. Danny does go to a village school although he didn? t start school until he was seven instead of five. Danny? s dad also plays a main part of the book he is a car mechanic he owns a petrol station, a caravan which he Danny live in and he owns a field behind. Mr. Victor Hazell is a big, large man who owns a large peasant farm. Finally there? s Doctor Spencer he is the doctor of the village.
The genre of the book is adventure. The book is aimed at the teenage and below age. It is suitable for both boys and girls. Roald Dahl is writing a family life story. The story is exiting and it has twists and turns in the story. The story is quite easy to follow.
I read an autobiography in the form of a diary. I found that because it was written in the form of a diary it gave me a much better idea as to what the main character was thinking. The plot of this story is about a girl who life is going fine until she meets this supposedly wonderful guy. Before long things go bad and he becomes sexually, physically and mentally abusive. Annie stays with Danny and ...
I would seriously recommend it to children from the ages of ten to thirteen because I really did enjoy it. It was one of the most enjoyable book I have ever read.