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Me So Far [Download] ➺ Me So Far ➿ Donald Jack – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Jack returns with the seventh and final book in his wildly funny Bandy Papers series Here, he continues the tradition of humor and adventure as Bartholomew Bandy pursues his mad destiny in India Jack returns with the seventh and final book in his wildly funny Bandy Papers series Here, he continues the tradition of humor and adventure as Bartholomew Bandy pursues his mad destiny in India.


10 thoughts on “Me So Far

  1. David David says:

    Entry number 7 of 9 in Donald Jacks Bartholomew Bandy series Canadian First World War air ace , set this time in India, in the mid 1920s 1925, to be precise.Having inadvertently previously saved the life of Prince Khoosie of the state of Jhamjarh, this novel starts with Bandy travelling to that continent to help them set up their own air force an air force that is viewed with some misgivings by the British powers that be, who are convinced that it will be used against them and wh Entry number 7 of 9 in Donald Jacks Bartholomew Bandy series Canadian First World War air ace , set this time in India, in the mid 1920s 1925, to be precise.Having inadvertently previously saved the life of Prince Khoosie of the state of Jhamjarh, this novel starts with Bandy travelling to that continent to help them set up their own air force an air force that is viewed with some misgivings by the British powers that be, who are convinced that it will be used against them and who refuse to heed any warnings about an uprising that is planned by another Indian state, even going so far as to take their side against Jhamjarh.As things turn out, of course, the British government have it all backwards As I ve said before, I found the quality of these novels to have declined in direct proportion to their settings for my money, the earlier books set during and just after WW1 are far superior to these later instalments Having said that, I did find this one to beenjoyable than its immediate predecessor, with a few laugh out loud moments and a further insight into just how Bandy s First World War experiences have affected him


  2. Chris Tschirhart Chris Tschirhart says:

    All I can say is that if you want a great Laugh about the ups and downs of an incompetent and lovable bumbling hero of a flyer you have to read all of The Bandy Papers Books I have never laughed till I couldn t breath so much in my life.


  3. Roger Roger says:

    In parts this was one of the best of the series, but it started very badly and really lacked pace and development for a long time.


  4. Francis Francis says:

    I enjoyed this onethan Volumes 5 and 6 Another humorous account of Bandy, but this time he is in India.


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