|Author||James Campbell Percy|
|Publication Date||July 4, 2012|
Vul A CHORUS OF PRESS PRAISE =. A capital book that has just come across the Chaniiel to enlighten us. There are solid strata of fun all through it. Daily Mail. Mr. Percy sbook will have a great success of.laughter. We beg him to collect more for us when we have fully savoured these. Daily Mirror. -.? For a train journey or for anyone who wishes a few good crisp effective after-dinner storyettes guaranteed smile provokers this enjoyable volume hits the bulls eye every time. I rish I ndependent. There is something of an injustice in the title of the book. Far more than half of it deals with satire, repartee, and covers a wide field of wit and humour in modern I reland. Freeman s Journal. 4M r. Percy rambles on thrpugh nearly one hundred and fifty pages, and every one of them is sparkling with ,wit. and humour. This is a volume to be read and carefully put aside for future reference, and we hope to have the early announcement that an edition in binding suitable for the library is in course of prepara tion. Daily Express. An overdose of humour. Glasgow Herald. A lively little book for the stray ten minutes. Birmingham Daily Post. This book of Bulls must be taken as often as a dull moment appears; it will chase away even the troubles of the coal strike. London Evening News. It is an amusing book full of comical blunders of thinking, familiar and unfamiliar. Scotsman.
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