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On the Kindle at last!
on 7 April 2013
Finally, finally, Milligan's war memoirs on the Kindle. I grew up reading my father's copy of the first and second parts of the trilogy, and it certainly shaped my humour.
'Rommel? Gunner Who?' is, in my opinion, the funniest of the lot. Deeply, side-splitting, funny. The later memoirs are also very funny, but have a darker tinge to them thanks to his shell-shock (and what would probably now be called PTSD)
Milligan at his very best; dry, absurd, irreverent, irrelevant, hilarious. You can see you how he came to influence so many comics and comedy after him.
Hugely, massively, unreservedly, recommended.
Nothing else to add, really.