The book Bad Dad was great and funny. The one thing I loved best was how the story was dramatic and how the love between father and son grew more than ever while Gilbert was in jail. This book was very realistic and suspenceful.
this book was ok. but can nobody else see the extreme simalarities between this book and one of walliam's first books, "gansta granny"? when i first picked up this book, i wanted it to be really different from walliam's usual, repetitive style of writing. but unfortunately, it wasn't. his writing style is now becoming predictable and repetative. a young child, probably about 9-12, along with a single parent. after the first page, you can predict the rest unaided.