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"Wonderfully fresh and funny, and among examples of Victorian humour I would place it high in the pantheon, right up there with The Importance of Being Earnest and The Diary of a Nobody... Jerome's writing... triumphantly stands the test of time, with its comic flights of exaggeration, its occasional archness, and its entirely innocent hint of the camp."
"A charming comedy of friendship and human nature."
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OK read if you like stories that does'nt go anywhere. Funny per times. Not a deep book.Published 11 months ago by Lysianne
It's the way this feels - another 'people haven't changed' moment to see that quintessential British wit displayed in another time and place (more than a century past). Read morePublished on April 21 2008 by Craig Jenkins
"Three Men In A Boat" is about these three slightly daft English friends who take a leisure trip in a rowboat down the river Thames. Read morePublished on June 23 2004 by I ain't no porn writer
This book is much funnier than any book written by a 19th-Century Englishman has any right to be! It's a delight, and I would definitely recommend following it up by reading Connie... Read morePublished on June 2 2004 by Nancy H. Johnson
Per an interview by John Koski in the "Books" section of the Sunday Daily Mail April 2004, Harry Hill's reply to the question, "What's your favourite book? Read morePublished on May 4 2004
Parts of this book read like Sarah Orne Jewett. Parts read like Thoreau's "Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers. Read morePublished on June 27 2003 by Judith C. Kinney
Connie Willis's To Say Nothing of the Dog was recommended to me as a fan of Lord Peter Wimsey, mysteries, and clever, witty writing; I read the reviews and decided that, in fact, I... Read morePublished on April 29 2003