The Revenge Files by Jamie Rix
  

Synopsis

The Revenge Files by Jamie Rix

Dip into the diary of Alistair Fury - revenger extraordinaire - and find out how to overcome infuriating siblings, unfair parents and disgusting teachers. Be horrified by the vile yellow clothes, totally unfair restrictions, fungal fingers and completely embarrassing wig that his family have subjected him to - and avoid the same fate for yourself. Younger brothers of the world unite - it's time to get even! Two brilliant books in one, from a BAFTA-shortlisted, Smarties Prize-winning author.

Reviews

Britain's answer to The Simpsons The Times If you've not come across this series, get ready for a severe injection of unconventionality ... Jilts from random thoughts to comic memory Junior The problems that go with being a younger sibling are well documented but Jamie Rix's take on the phenomenon is to appeal straight to the heart and humour of the matter Scotsman

About the Author

Jamie Rix
After two years at The Royal Court Theatre in London, Jamie Rix moved into television in 1986 as a director, writer and producer. He has worked on a wide variety of programmes - the BAFTA nominated Alas Smith and Jones, British Comedy Award winning Faith in the Future and the superhero BBC sitcom My Hero.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
336 pages
Interest Age: from 9 to 11

Author

Jamie Rix
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Publisher

Yearling (imprint of Random House Children's Books) an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

2nd June 2005

ISBN

9780440866817


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