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Danny Wallace – Hamish and the Terrible Terrible Christmas and Other Stories [REVIEW]

Title: Hamish and the Terrible Terrible Christmas and Other Stories

Author: Danny Wallace

Type: Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 224

Rating: 4/5

Danny Wallace is one of the many authors where I want to read everything that they’ve written. When I first added him to my list, he exclusively wrote non-fiction, mostly about the weird adventures he had like when he accidentally started a cult. Since then, he’s written and released a novel, and he’s also written a series of children’s books.

This is one of those children’s books, and it’s actually a little bit of the way into the series and so there were bits here and there where I didn’t really know what was happening. But that’s fine, because I picked it up pretty quickly, and this basically consists of three different short stories that are all festive-themed and which follow Hamish and his friends.

I think what I particularly liked about this was the sense of humour to it, which could easily appeal to kids but which also had a little something for adults. I didn’t quite laugh out loud, but I did smirk a couple of times. I think it would be a great one to read in late November/early December if you have kids who like bedtime stories. Good stuff!

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