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This review is from: The Wilt Inheritance: (Wilt Series 5) (Paperback)
Despite the hype on the cover, I found it neither irresistible nor side-splitting. This wasn't funny or even mildly amusing. As a long-time fan of Tom Sharpe I found myself wondering if someone had just been copying his style from a collection of notes. Perhaps at nearly 90 it is time to consider stopping so that his loyal followers are not left feeling saddened and disappointed.
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Initial post: 17 Jun 2011 16:28:32 BDT
Dr. Mabuse says:
It makes me wonder if someone else is actually writing his later stuff and he's just agreeing to put his name to it. There is hardly (if at all) anything lightly amusing let alone funny happening in his books. It really saddens me that a great writer like Sharpe has fallen to this level.
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