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Paddy Clark Ha Ha Ha - Roddy Doyle Reviews

Awesome Book

Aug 16, 2017 01:02 PM Read

This is one of the very few books I have read twice, and the only one I liked even more when reading it for second time. I really appreciate books where child characters seem so real, because few people are willing to listen to what kids really have to say. This novel describes the world of ten-...Read More

One of my favourites

Oct 25, 2003 11:57 AM Read

Like all Roddy Doyle novels, Paddy Clark Ha Ha Ha is a wonderful read. Poignant and heartbreakingly funny at times, it’s a lot like the Irish themselves, raising a beer mug against the vicissitudes of fate. Paddy Clark and his brother (endearingly nicknamed Sinbad) are two lower mid...Read More

A compelling and intuitive account of childhood. B

Apr 17, 2003 11:15 AM Read

I suppose you need to have lived this life, at least in part, to truly recognise this book for all it's worth. Silver spoons, lavish christmas mornings, a never ending supply of pocket money, parents who couldn't say ''NO!''. Hmmm...perhaps those amongst you currently nodding internally shoul...Read More

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THIS IS NOT A HA HA HA BOOK!

Apr 16, 2003 10:13 PM Read

I recently read PADDY CLARKS HA HA HA that was written by Roddy Doyle in 1995. I found a paper back copy of the Book in a Used Book Store and bought it for $2.00 CAD CAD. It has 228 pages. MY REVIEW: The story begins in the 1960's and is told by Paddy Clarke. He is 10 years old and live...Read More

Edgy and funny

Oct 09, 2016 07:26 PM Read

When his novel "The Commitments" became a smash hit movie, Irish writer Roddy Doyle acquired a vast new American audience for that book and the two others(The Snapper; The Van) in his gritty and hilarious trilogy of Dublin working - or rather workless-class life. Tragedy lies just the other s...Read More

 
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