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Jerome K Jerome began writing in 1888 with "On the Stage and Off', followed the next year by his familiar classic "Three Men in a Boat". In this delightful collection of stories, narrated by Hubert Gregg, the author reveals all too well why these stories should only be "told after supper". Listener beware!
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A very amusing book!

I really have enjoyed this book. I love Jerome K. Jerome, and I DISCOVERED this book while seeking more of his writings. It is very amusing. He was a wonderful writer -- my favorite of his books being "Three Men in a Boat" -- and Hubert Gregg is a wonderful reader.