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This is the latest instalment of the misadventures of Ross O'Carroll-Kelly - a hysterical satire of beer, bonking and rugby!...

Title : Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nightdress
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ISBN : 9781844880898
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 320 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nightdress Reviews

  • Suncan Stone
    2019-06-25 12:21

    An average book, and no more than that... and the title is just an attention seeking, 'hope you will think this is the Mark Haddon book that everybody was talking about a few years back' association con if ever I saw one. I bet that it would sell half the volume if it had a different title...

  • Emanuel
    2019-06-13 13:23

    I got the copy of this book from a second hand bookstore in Bali, during my vacation time last year, assuming by the title, that this book was the "parody" version of Haddon's (The curious incident of the dog in the night time), but it's not... It's a story of a sloppy guy who's trying to win back his family, the story wise quite unique, the writing style with those british/scotish/irish accent, sometimes make me ponder... overall the book is funny, but i can't give more stars... as i don't get anything from it... just for fun only... :)

  • Cathy
    2019-06-22 07:27

    Hilarious. Hard to read at times because it's written entirely in Dublin posh slang... but it was a riot. Typical moment: the protagonist and his wife make those famous "lists" of people they're allowed to sleep with if the opportunity comes up. His wife lists people like Brad Pitt. The protagonist lists more than thirty real-life people, including several of his wife's friends... and their moms!

  • Jose
    2019-06-21 11:25

    A nice hilarious (and somewhat touching) story about an autistic boy trying to find out who killed his dog whilst struggling with his mental problem and broken family.

  • Boris
    2019-06-23 12:18

    It's hilarious and it's scary. Not that it's horror story, no - but the dive into the autistic mind, however lightly presented, is uncomfortable. In a rewarding way though.

  • Jaewon Song
    2019-05-31 05:35

    It was interesting and unique because the main character was autistic

  • Shane
    2019-05-28 06:36

    Enjoyed it

  • Tamara Pietrantoni
    2019-06-22 10:21

    Es un libro extremadamente novedoso. No solo nos sumerge en un contexto desconocido para la sociedad, sino que nos hace sentir identificados y en ocasiones culpables ante el trato que solemos darle a las personas con enfermedades como el Asperger o similares. Contiene elementos psicológicos muy interesantes para el lector, presentados de la mejor forma: demostrándolos mediante el comportamiento del protagonista. Además, encontramos muchos datos de interés de todo tipo, que resultan curiosos tanto por lo que son como por la forma en la que son explicados por Christopher.La trama de la historia es, además de diferente, intrigante. El desarrollo tiene giros argumentales que dejan al lector con la boca abierta y el final, aunque adecuado y satisfactorio, resulta decepcionante, dejando al lector un leve “esperaba más de ello.”Como punto en contra, decir que toda la intriga y los interrogantes de la historia se resuelven más o menos en la mitad, y el resto del libro se hace un poco pesado y aburrido.RESEÑA COMPLETA: https://eltiempoyelsilencio.wordpress...

  • Anne Williams
    2019-06-19 12:38

    I seem to be giving everything 3-5 stars but I'm only picking what I like - won't waste reviews on something crap.Again biased here as not only is Paul Howard Irish, he was a couple of years behind me in school, and it's brilliant to see him doing so well (I'm not at all jealous!) One of the only authors I can't read on the DART (train) as I laugh so much I snort (the pastiche of the rich Dublin southsiders is brilliant, I grew up with so many of these - but amn't one, believe me!) Love the gang lord son and the relationship developing between him and his dad (the son is miles ahead of Ross in the maturity stakes even though he's only 9) Again part of a series that hopefully is continuing, dying for the next one

  • Brian Rieman
    2019-06-14 05:37

    I was mostly drawn into reading this book due to the protagonist having autism, considering my sister has autism and it just catches my attention, draws my interest. Although, I really did find this book boring, but somewhat different. For instance, how Christopher knows all the prime numbers all the way up to 7,057 is pretty intelligent. Then again, it seems as if all autistic individuals prefect in some ways, and seem behind in other subjects as such. It was an ok book, wasn't bad, wasn't good. Read if you're into the whole mystery type, and perhaps if autism catches your interest as well. If you decide to read this book, I hope you enjoy it more than I did!

  • Chan
    2019-05-26 12:33

    It has strong characters with strong personality. It has a lot of symbolism inside the story, which if you read the story again after finding them, will be more fun

  • Debra
    2019-05-29 08:26

    haha.. i am going to take the time to add the entire series because it is just so hiliarously wrong... however i warn you that the book is written almost entirely in Dublin posh-slang and i had to get my irishman to translate so if you choose to read - please call me for any translation needs. (copied- sorry for being lame)

  • Khom Bae
    2019-06-24 08:32

    It is amazing to sit the mind of an autistic boy. He is pure and funny with the way he observes "adults". This makes me think how irrational we are sometimes in front of kids and even ourselves. Smiling while reading.

  • Linda Flatley
    2019-06-19 08:17

    A wonderful story told by a teen age autistic boy. His perspective on life is unique. He is gifted mathematically and uses math to both calm himself when upset and to figure out what and how to handle the events life throws him. This has been made into a Broadway play and won a Tony this year!

  • Kara
    2019-06-07 06:25

    and a half

  • Maggie Taylor
    2019-05-27 05:26

    Better than I thought it would be- loved the book

  • Michael Ward
    2019-06-10 06:14

    I'm all Rossed out!!!

  • Aine
    2019-06-17 12:43

    It is what it is; it's not going to change the world but it's friggin' hilarious!

  • Masina
    2019-06-17 10:39

    Did not read this book ... I am reading the curious incident of the dog in the night time

  • Amiee F-C
    2019-05-27 06:29

    so painful to read if you go to ucd. offensive. kinda hits close to home. disgusting. funny, but i can't read another of his because it's too much.

  • aoife
    2019-05-26 05:17

    (a guilty pleasure)

  • Estelle
    2019-06-24 09:43

    I registered a book at!

  • Jasmine
    2019-06-18 05:28

    I didn't love reading this, but it's very fascinating and well written

  • Tatjana
    2019-06-03 05:34

    This book was all the rage when I read it. It's a quick read. It really didn't light my fire, but I understand why people did like it.

  • Maggie
    2019-05-31 10:37

    Had a hard time understanding it at times but it was still hilarious :)

  • Mellisa Stroman
    2019-06-12 05:22

    Not my cup of tea.

  • Sophie Goldsbury
    2019-06-03 09:28

    Brilliantly funny book

  • Michelle
    2019-05-27 12:15

    So much happens in these books!

  • Duvene
    2019-06-01 05:33

    I just couldn't get into this. The slang that it's written in just muddled everything in my head. I felt like I was reading ever sentence two or three times just to get the gist of it.

  • Ciara O'sullivan
    2019-06-11 06:35

    so funny if you live in dublin!