Tales from the Puffugees – one for a lazy, pleasant afternoon

I’d started reading Jaspar Utley’s ‘Tales from the Puffugees’ long ago, but it was only recently that I could get it into my hands again. A collection of short stories, reminiscent of the Mulliner books by Wodehouse (the manner of narration, the set of characters that inhabit that world), I found the book enjoyable. The humour seemed effortless and flowing, and the style was like that of PGW. It’s a book you can curl up with, and enjoy while sipping some coffee.

(P.S. : My personal love for coffee/lazy afternoons/good books is making this opinion biased)


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