The Complete Guide To Asterix
The Complete Guide To Asterix by Peter Kessler is a must read for anyone who has picked ever picked up an Asterix book. It's sure to be enjoyed by both young and old Asterix fans.
It gives an insight into the history of Asterix and his creators Uderzo and Goscinny the talented artist and writer team that breathed life into Asterix and his friends.
Asterix was responsible for bringing the enjoyment of reading to many young readers and taught the importance of books as a valuable source of entertainment.
This book is recommended to readers of all ages who have followed the adventures of Asterix at anytime in the last three decades, since the first translation into English. It's humour is timeless, the story lines strong, the characters lovable (or loathable in their own charming way) and the art is ageless with quality that matches today's standards.
You'll read it and yearn for a return trip to the library to start borrowing the Asterix series again to refresh your memories of his adventures. Or buy them brand new from Amazon. They'll be sure to bring a smile to your face.
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