5 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Yet again, Tom sharpe impressed me with his ability to make me laugh at a turn of a page.
Ancestral vices I thought was slightly more unique than the other Sharpe books, but still as clever and unpredictable as ever.
No one escapes in this book, whether it be politicians, lecturers or the housewife, they are all victims of Toms unmistakable style.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This is my favorite one of the Wilt trilogy. Poor Henry has got himself in a pickle again.
He continues to try and lead a normal life, oblivious to the chaos that he is creating, innocently fratenising with terrorists, but ending up looking like the guilty party.
Its witty ans satiric...and lads will never walk home drunk again!