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Bertie Wooster and the Lizard King

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After a night celebrating fifteen years of faithful membership
of the Drones Club, Bertie Wooster wakes up the next
morning with a hangover and an unshakable feeling of foreboding.
As soon as Jeeves, Bertie’s ever-reliable manservant,
informs him that his favorite aunt Dahlia is on the telephone
from Brinkley Court, Bertie is plunged into an unimaginable
nightmare.
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Published December 6th 2010 by Martin Rowe, via Smashwords
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Shari
Too much talk; not enough zombies. Not enough funny, either. Only one joke made me laugh out loud: "It means they reproduce without having sex. Like Presbyterians." -- and the effect was totally ruined a page later by the groan-worthy joke about the Zombie Elimination Division.

Maybe I took this too seriously: I do, after all, adore Wodehouse to a degree that is truly stupid, and I've never taken kindly to people trying to mock my favorite things. But it also seems like Rowe couldn't make up his
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I am a graduate in English literature and language from Oxford and in religious studies from NYU. In 1999, I co-founded Lantern Books, a publisher of books on vegetarianism, animal advocacy, spirituality, and natural healing.

I founded a monthly magazine Satya, and was its editor for five and a half years. In 1999, I published The Way of Compassion: Vegetarianism, Environmentalism, Animal Advocacy,
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