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!!> KINDLE ➚ On the Flip Side ❦ Author Nicholas Fisk –

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!!> KINDLE ➚ On the Flip Side ❦ Author Nicholas Fisk –
  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • On the Flip Side
  • Nicholas Fisk
  • 01 October 2019
  • 9780140315561

    10 thoughts on “!!> KINDLE ➚ On the Flip Side ❦ Author Nicholas Fisk –

  1. says:

    Well, after reading the first few chapters of this book in 1987 in a hardcover from my school library during a lunch break, I finally finished it 32 years later I guess I m a slow reader.The premise of bulky, bloblike unseen creatures occupying spaces in our homes, perceived only by animals such as domestic cats and dogs and becoming steadily belligerent was an image that has stuck with me I suspect in part because the only movie that ever terrified me as a child was Forbidden Planet, which also had a terrifying invisible monster that appeared from nowhere and tore people limb from limb.It is a great premise.It is a pity, then, that the characters are so disappointing one dimensional and perplexingly regressive not that surprising in a book published in 1983 , and unintentionally creepy in the case Dr Kalabza who refers to 12 year old Lettice the protagonist simply as a blonde I found the apocalyptic tone of the story intriguing,...

  2. says:

    Children s book about Lettice who can communicate with her pets She discovers why dogs stare at, and bark at nothing and cats have mad moments A bit of a cop out ending though BookCrossed

  3. says:

    Never one of my favourites as a child and I can sort of see why Fisk s previous forays into sci fi inflected horror Grinny and even his outr experiments with genre and style Trillions gave you something, or someone, to guide you through the story whatever their twists and turns his stories led to a or less happy ending and were seen through the eyes of a young protagonist with whom certainly little James Lark could identify On the Flip Side chucks all such comforting features out of the window Well, there s Lettice, the oddly named and odd 12 year old girl who seems to be at the heart of the story Only she s not, really and we re introduced to her by an older brother who seems much relatable and can t stand her Fisk s brilliance at creating characters is on display as usual, but the adults are just as well drawn as the children and none of them is in any control of the situation that unfolds That situation starts off as a Wyndhamesque, gently unsettling tale of communication with animals and an unseen other lurking in the house But even the comforting familiarity of this style gives way, with unexpected violence, to a B movie scenario It would be ridiculous, except that Fisk cr...

  4. says:

    Read this it s a short story because Tim Guest mentioned it in both his books Very strange

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