The BFG is one of Roald Dahls earliest published books, it was released in 1982. This book expresses a lot about fantasy fiction and friendship. There are nine man eating giants that have different flavors in humans based on their origin. The BFG’s (the main giant) occupation is the collection and distribution of good dreams to children. His name is intialized as the BFG (the big friendly giant) to show his personality. The main character of the story is Sophie a very creative, kind, smart girl that lives in a small orphanage. The resoloution of this story involves the way Sophie and the BFG save the humans from the evil giants by coming in contact with the queen.

“A person who has good thoughts cannot ever be ugly”(Roald Dahl). This quote relates so much to the friendly giant and his journey with Sophie as he shows his kindness and good thoughts to Sophie and takes care of her as his own. Sophie played a big role in helping the BFG with his language and the communication with humans. As I know this book can be pleasing to children, it is a good book to read for people who like fiction and the loving of unreal creatures. Most children are more into the movie aspect of the book, but the book extracts important details and discrimination of each characters attributes.

Roald Dahl once said, “There are a whole lot of things in this world of ours you haven’t started wondering about yet”. What he really means is there are mysteries behind these stories or things of this world that you read and that you could possibly never wonder or imagine. This story had a remarkable way of pulling me in to keep reading. If your interested in storys of fantasy check out Roald Dahl’s stories. This book’s rating is 5 shields.