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  • Broché: 448 pages
  • Editeur : HarperCollins Children's Books (26 septembre 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0007453574
  • ISBN-13: 978-0007453573
  • Dimensions du produit: 21,6 x 3,3 x 13,4 cm
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Par Marie le 9 novembre 2013
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My son and I Loved it, it's a good book, funny and with suspense and action, we can't wait to buy David Walliams' other books...
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Par Jasmine le 13 novembre 2013
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This book is te best David Walliams book that I have ever read. Its even better than Mr Stink! So cool!
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Another Triumph, (Although Maybe Not for Those with Dentist Issues) 18 octobre 2015
Par Pop Bop - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Quite understandably, David Walliams is the number one bestselling children's author in the United Kingdom. He has been hailed as the heir to Roald Dahl, but for my money he leaves Dahl in the dust.

While I have always appreciated and admired Dahl's books, there is an astringent and slightly nasty undercurrent in some of the books that just leaves me a little bit off, even as I'm enjoying them. I have no problem with the books being unsentimental, dark and a bit macabre, but there's often a hint of contempt or thinly veiled anger that just doesn't quite fit in with everything else. That said, I'll take Dahl over antiseptic cutesy any day.

And that's where Walliams comes in. Just as macabre and grotesque, just as committed to portraying the triumph of the good, young and kind over the old, greedy, and wicked, a Walliams book is sustained by the cheerful, fundamental goodness of his young characters. Just as was the case with Dahl, the stock setup involves adult villains who mistreat children, at least one good adult to help the child heroes, a few completely ineffective adults, and then child heroes who persevere and save the day. The plots are bizarre and extreme, the villainy is outrageously exaggerated, the violence is cartoonishly grotesque, and anything that happens happens to excess. There is child-sized nastiness, farting, tooth-pulling, and icky grossness.

But, Walliams mixes in sweetness, (hero Alfie and his Dad share scenes of heartbreaking tenderness), and a good deal of remarkably restrained deadpan humor. So, manic chase scenes are still loaded with dead funny and crisp throwaway lines and observations. The conversations between Alfie and his compatriot friendgirl Gabz are gems of finely crafted timing and emphasis. Certain set scenes, (Alfie's being comforted by the friendly newsagent Raj after his first dentist visit), are perfectly paced and balanced.

All of this is brilliantly served by the illustrations of Tony Ross, who complements Walliams in the same fashion that Quentin Blake elevated Dahl's work. Ross's drawings capture the moment and advance the story without at all cluttering the text or slowing the narrative, and they fit exactly with the reader's own mental pictures of the characters.

So, whether you call the books clever or funny or zany, or even darkly comic or macabre, they are so well conceived and well executed, and feature such winning child heroes, that you owe it to your child reader to try one on. (Although if you aren't quite sure where your child falls on the ick-tolerance scale you might consider a book like "Ratburger"before this one, which does have a lot of scary demon dentist stuff in it. "Ratburger" just has, well, ratburgers.)

Please note that these books are finally coming up for sale in the U.S., (at least as Kindle books), but I received a free advance ecopy of this particular book in exchange for a candid review. Apart from that I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.
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Demon Dentist 30 avril 2014
Par Shrenik Kavediya - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
amazing book its a must read
i love the way he has written it
one of the best book by Williams
i think below 10 will find this book a little scary
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Have Every Book Written By Mr. David Walliams 16 janvier 2014
Par Theresa DeVries - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I choose the 5 Star Rating because every book that David Walliams has written are absolutely Brilliant. They are Funny,Sad,edge of your seat addicting. I have yet to be disappointed and unsatisfied by anything he has written. Currently reading Demon Dentist as i've read Mr. Stink,Gangsta Granny,Billionaire Boy,The Boy in The Dress,Ratburger and Camp David
The Tooth-Witch 5 janvier 2014
Par J. Ang - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
A darkly humorous book - meant for children but can be enjoyed by readers of all ages. It follows in the vein of Roald Dahl stories, with delightfully quirky illustrations (in the Kindle version, at least), to accompany the at-times alarming story of 12-year old Alfie.

Alfie's diminished circumstances are rather subtly presented. Alfie lives in a dilapidated bungalow with an invalid father, who fell ill when working in a coal mine, while his mother had passed on years ago. He wears uniforms with holes and he is not exactly Mr Popular in school, and understandably, he has a morbid fear of dentists arising from a traumatic experience when he was six.Having a muddle-headed dentist painfully (and dramatically, with the assistance of all and sundry) extract the wrong tooth, he had hidden all the reminders from the dentist up in the cupboard behind the biscuit tin where his wheelechar-bound father cannot reach. Consequently, he had not been to a dentist for years - and it shows. This last detail is the basis of the story and it may seem like an inconsequential nugget, but the brilliance of Williams's storycraft is how he manages to create a comedic situation from the rather dire circumstances of Alfie's life by focusing on this one area.

Enter Miss Root, the demon dentist, a ghastly-looking dame of undeterminable age (though decidedly ancient), with a vampiric (white, to break the stereotype) cat, who is on a sinister mission involving lots of children's teeth and thwarted tooth-fairy gifts, which are replaced by dad slugs, live spiders, and even old men's toe nails. It is up to Alfie and fellow outcast, the tiny girl with straggly hair and sardonic wit, Gabz, to save the day.

At the heart of it, the story is a timely reminder about the journey out of childhood and the way one loses a sense of wonderment as a price for growing up, as the villainess tells Alfie: "Well, children around your age... twelve and a half, nearly thirteen... you think you know it all. You suppose you're too grown up for stories and myths and legends. you don't want to believe in them anymore. That's why children like you are the easiest to catch...". Shudder.

The book is littered with a colourful cast of characters, from Winnie the large, meddlesome social worker who has a penchant for loud clothing and romps around in a too-small moped; Raj, the neighbourhood newsagent with a timid heart of gold, and the totally guileless policeman, PC Plank. It is in the company of frustratingly ineffective adults and truly perilous situations that Alfie shines in this delightful yet disturbing book.
Great read for my class. 19 mars 2014
Par E Hepburn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
I read this to my class and they just loved it. Excellent read. Great humour shining through with just the right amount of scariness. My class loved the made up word alerts so much they began to use this in their own writing!
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