The book, Going Solo is the second part of the unique autobiographical memoir of Roald Dahl., and is the sequel to The Boy. These two books combine to tell the life and journey of Roald Dahl. Going Solo continues Dahl's journey from the point it was left off in the first book, and narrates some of the most fascinating events that occurred in his life. This book is filled with humour and a brilliant narration. This book was first published in 1986, and since then has remained the favorite of readers. This book is appreciated by readers as well as by critics and is regarded as one of the best memoirs ever written.
Roald Dahl left has left England and is now heading towards Africa, but he knows very little about the troubles and the problems he is going to face there. The big question is will he reach Africa properly or is there any misery waiting to happen? The plane crash and the difficult war are just few of the interesting events that are described in this book. Going Solo is the ultimate bedtime story and also an inspirational and motivational book about the will to survive against all odds.
Roald Dahl is one of the most popular children writers of all times. He was also a poet, short story writer, fighter pilot, and screenwriter. He received several awards and honours, including the World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement and Childrens Author of the Year from the British Book Awards. In 2008, The Times placed Dahl 16th on its list of The 50 greatest British writers since 1945. Some of his famous books include James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, The Witches, and Fantastic Mr Fox.
This edition of Going Solo is available in paperback binding for online shopping. It has an ISBN 10 number of 0141322748 and ISBN 13 number of 978-0141322742.