Published by Faber & Faber, London; 1994. This is a Fine copy of this autobiography about the ever-popular author, Roald Dahl, who enchanted so many with his children's tales and follows the fascinating quirks of the man behind the stories and the life he lead. The book is tightly bound in it's original black cloth boards, with white lettering to the spine. There is the smallest of dents to the top edge of the rear board, just visible in the corresponding photo, and negligible bumping to the spine ends, otherwise the boards are beautifully clean and free from marking. Internally, there are some slight marks to the copyright page and the illustrations page, but otherwise the pages are lovely and clean and bright with just some slight toning as is so common for books.
The dust jacket is in Near Fine condition, clean and bright and free from and marks or major damage. There is some slight bumping to the corners and edges, with some chipping starting. The worst of this being a half centimetre tear to the bottom edge of the rear panel. Apart from this, the jacket is in lovely condition.
In all, this book is in excellent condition and would make an incredibly interesting read for any fan of Roald Dahl.