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Reviews by Paul Hatton

Three Men on the Bummel

by Jerome K. Jerome

Sequel to 3 men in a not and although not as funny as the former is still a recommended read for the humour, as well as insight in Germany and it's people at the end of the 19th century (although the people haven't changed that much)

Reviewed on 2012.01.06

What's He Doing in There?

by Fritz Reuter Leiber, Jr.

Quick read, amusing rather than funny about first alien visitor to earth. Good short to kill 10 minutes or so.

Reviewed on 2011.12.23

Three Men in a Boat

by Jerome K. Jerome

I have read this book more times than I care to remember. Each time I laugh until it hurts and gasp at the descriptive writing in between the humour. I still have tears rolling down my face with the tin of pineapple (Harris sustained a slight flesh wound). This must be one of the greatest books written in the English language. If you haven't already read it..... DO. It cannot be recommended highly enough

Reviewed on 2011.12.17

The Flying Saucers are Real

by Donald Keyhoe

The author does some excellent research and then blows it by arriving at a totally illogical and incorrect conclusion. Worth reading if only to see the some of the lies which have been propagated by governments for many years

Reviewed on 2011.12.12

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