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Going Solo is the great story that Roald Dahl adventured throughout his young life.
Adults, particularly those interested in Africa and WWII, will enjoy it so don't think you're going to read a children's book.
Throughout the book you follow a period of his life, experiencing both the positives and negatives of his adventure.
This book is so good!
It shows the life on one of the best authors in the world!
No book be better than this! Read more
I found the book stimulating as a pilot... When boys became men overnight. Style, descriptive and gripping.Published 20 days ago by Marian
I love Dahl as an author, and I loved Boy. Going Solo is Dahl's life as a young man in Africa and during World War II. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kaitlin McGrath
Really enjoyed this book as much as his previous book, Boy. If it's all true, then he has truly lived an extraordinary life indeed! Glad Dahl let's us come along for the ride!Published 1 month ago by Theeyequeen!
This will make you weep with laughter as you read about Dahl's experiences in East Africa, and learning to be a pilot, (which I never knew about.) He is a genius wordsmith! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christine Mcdonald
Roald Dahl's memoirs of the RAF during World War 2. He must have been a pretty good flier, although he comes across in this book as a unassuming and modest man. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David Pepperle
You will not believe what an exciting life Roald Dahl lived.Published 3 months ago by Janmarie Hines
I've never read any Road Dahl before and learned about him after listening to Dan Stevens' pleasant reading of Dahl's story. It was well written and well read by Stevens. Read morePublished 4 months ago by waterbabies