Are you a book worm or is it

Which Books have you read?

A master storyteller beloved by children and grown-ups alike, Roald Dahl crafted amazing tales that are by turns enchanting and unsettling.

  • You’ve read all of Roald Dahl!

    It’s time to start celebrating forever, because you are the wonderful person who has read Roald Dahl’s entire bibliography. If you’re keeping score at home, then yup, that’s every single Roald Dahl story that the man himself ever wrote. You are a genius of Dahl who is woefully overqualified for any job that involves reading just a little bit of Roald Dahl. What a triumph. Go you!
  • You have read a lot of Roald Dahl’s stories!

    Nice! You’re big into Roald. You spent enough time sitting in front of books that say “Roald Dahl” on the cover that you can honestly say, “I have read many Roald Dahl books, and I enjoyed them or else thought they were just okay or, even worse, disliked them.” You are able to read, and you used this talent to understand Roald Dahl the author and former fighter pilot. This was a great deed. Very good job!
  • You have read a few Roald Dahl stories!

    All right and okay! You read some of the stories we asked you about, and you know what that means: You’ve read some stories by Roald Dahl, the author of Britain and former WWII ace. He was a good writer, and you’re a better person for having read some of his stories. Well done.
  • You’ve read barely any Roald Dahl stories

    Uh-oh. What is going on with you? Why haven’t you read more Roald Dahl stories? Do you have some sort of beef with Roald Dahl, author of Britain? Is there a hidden grudge that’s preventing you from reading more of his stories? Are you just too lazy to look at any of Roald’s wonderful and confusing tales? Hate to say it, but life is going bad for you.
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