I love humour that is quintessentially British - this book is quirky, surreal and has a dry sarcastic wit that probably only us Brits will fully appreciate. I recently read two more 'laugh out loud' books, Ben Elton's hilarious Chart Throb
and Tony Royden's wonderful black comedy thriller The Dealer
, both thoroughly enjoyed for the same 'British-ness' as London, the Doggy and Me.
This was a very enjoyable read. Now, maybe I'm being petty, but I'm docking it one star for it only being a short story...I wanted to read more! I'd highly recommend it for all you lovers of British comedy.