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on April 25, 2011 :
Fans of the Sten Series by Chris Bunch and Allan Cole - or, really, any of their work - will appreciate having these choice shaggy dog tales consolidated in one volume. I've personally borrowed a couple of these with good results and always felt they made the Sten books stand out from the crowd. (Heck, these jokes plus the recipes in the books made them completely unique.)
Even better are the additional tales that wound up cut from the novels, now set in context and revealed in all their glory.
Thank you, Allan! Stregg forever!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on April 09, 2011 :
It takes a little bit of work to make it through the dialect, but there are some pretty funny jokes included within this book.
If you are a fan of the Sten series by Chris Bunch and Allan Cole, then you should purchase this book.
NOTE: I have been know for a twisted sense of humor, so these jokes should strike your funny bone if you are known for the same.
Thanks for your time.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)