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Written on: 14/04/2012
This book was reccomend to me by a friend is was flattered by the great way in which Mr.Dalh describes the lifes of this two crazy people.this book will always remain in my top ten. Nextime you go to barnes and nobles check it out you won't regret it even though the beginning is not so interesting. Remember when you are picking out a gift this might be perfect… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/10/2010 by megzwood (1 review written)
I absolutly love this book. I have read it a number of times and it surprises me and makes me laugh everytime. It is supercalifragalisticexpealidoshus!! :) If you have never read The Twits or any other Roald Dahl book then WHY????. They are all as good as each other. If you have read them and didn't like them then re-read them!!! I was told everything I wanted and needed to know before I bought the book. I bought the Roald Dahl boxset with all the classics. My whole family loves them and… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/04/2010
This book is fandabidocuise i love it! Im reading this book at school ive just started it and im on pg 23. people that dont like roald dahl,s book,s and have not read them well raed them then youl know what to say about them… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/04/2009
Roald Dahl, Quentin Blake, The Twits is recommended for all. It is full of wit and you will be forever engaged… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/10/2008
I loved Roald Dahl's The Twits as a kid. I think Dahl's humor should be brought to the attention of every child when they are trying to figure out for themselves what they find amusing… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/10/2008 by Deb E (1 review written)
The story is very cleverly executed. The house had no windows, therefore the Twits, the two revolting main charactors couldn't see what was happening outside & under their very (ugly) noses. There are some complicated words used within the book, but this did not distract from the essence of the story. Also you could say that Dahl portrayed bearded & ugly people as being nasty so it is mindful to not take his politically incorrect stance as gospel, & appreciate that it is meant for children to… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/06/2007 by Helen of Troy (188 reviews written)
The Twits were a horrible disgusting couple. They lived in a house with no windows so no one could look in and see them. In their garden they grew nettles and thistles to keep out the 'horrid little children' and there was also a dead tree and some monkeys they kept in a cage.
Mr Twit had a beard. A horrible spikey beard that stuck out all over the place. Bits of food used to get stuck in it. Ugh!
Mrs Twit was just plain ugly. She wasn't always like that, just grew uglier and uglier as her… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/06/2006 by HAHAHAHAMAN (1 review written)
I loved The Twits because it makes you feel like a child again. It has a good plot and Roald Dahl always makes for a brilliant read. I couldn't put it down!… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/04/2004 by trygve (1 review written)
The book "The Twits" by Roald Dahl is about a very ugly couple, Mr and Mrs Twit. Mr Twit has a long, long beard, and gets every kind of food you can think of stuck in it. Mrs. Twit has gotten very ugly over the years because she has thought nasty thoughts, and when you think nasty thoughts you become ugly. Even if you are fat, have buck teeth, and a hotdog shaped nose, and you think happy thoughts, you still don't look like an ugly person. Mr. and Mrs. Twit are very nasty… Read Full Review
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