The Dead Fathers Club - Matt Haig Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099488752 / Genre: Horror / Author: Matt Haig / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2007-04-05 by ... more
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by - written on 25/05/09, updated on 25/05/09 (Very useful, 120 readings)
I realise that a book should never be chosen by its cover, but that's exactly how I selected 'The Dead Fathers Club' by Matt Haig. After struggling to find anything in W.H Smith to suit my 'holiday-reading' criteria, my eventual choice (with the David Hughes illustrated cover) looked as good as anything else - so I decided to give it a go. With a recommended retail price of £7.99, the paperback version of the book can be purchased cheaper on amazon.co.uk for only £5.99. The story focuses on Phillip Noble, an eleven-year-old who has recently lost his dad in a car accident. One evening, his father's ghost unexpectedly appears to him, and claims 'Uncle ... Read the complete review
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