Pompous father and businessman Paul Bultitude finds himself in his son's body and carted off to boarding school. I chuckled out loud at some of the indignities he had to suffer as he revisited the "best years of your life" while dreading what his son was doing back home in his place.
Anstey has an easy style and draws the reader in to the predicament of his somewhat unsympathetic protagonist. A delight!
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