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The Dead Fathers Club by Matt Haig

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Also by Matt Haig:

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How to Stop Time, June 2019
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How to Stop Time, February 2018
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The Girl Who Saved Christmas, November 2017
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Samuel Blink and the Runaway Troll, September 2008
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Samuel Blink And The Forbidden Forest, June 2008
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The Labrador Pact, March 2008
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The Dead Fathers Club, December 2007
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The Last Family In England, June 2005
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The Dead Fathers Club
Matt Haig

A ghost story with a twist?a suspenseful and poignantly funny update of Hamlet

Penguin
December 2007
On Sale: December 18, 2007
Featuring: Philip Noble
336 pages
ISBN: 0143112945
EAN: 9780143112945
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Fantasy | Fiction

A triumph of originality and humor, this clever novel by British author Matt Haig gives us Hamlet redux with an unforgettable voice all his own. When eleven-year-old Philip Noble is confronted by the ghost of his recently deceased father and asked to avenge his death, the boy finds himself in a thorny dilemma. Revenge, after all, is a tricky business—especially when Philip is already distracted by his girlfriend, school bullies, self-doubt, and all the other challenges of adolescence. Viewing the adult world through the eyes of a young boy, The Dead Fathers Club is a brilliant, quirky take on a classic tale.

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