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Shakespeare's Cuthbert by Patrick Barrett
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Jul 23, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: laughs

The undertaker Cuthbert is quite slow, albeit very lucky, and he organises the local annual Shakespeare's play. He is surrounded by odd characters looking for a treasure that might exist (or not) in the valley, but the real folks from the valley that help with the play don't like these newcomers. This book is a funny read, but quite long and I admit I got lost sometimes. Eventually I caught up with the main story line, the characters and what they were doing, and found a book filled with very funny lines that get you completely by surprise. Quite a fun read once you get settled in the story!

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