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It is 1916 Bartholomew Bandy fourth year medical student decides that it is time to join the War The prim young Canadian expects that he will have few problems remaining clean and virtuous But he is aware that his bland horse like face drives peop. That was a fun little rompJack delivers some great anecdotes filled with dead pan humour This collection chronicles the adventures of Bart Bandy the son of

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Le crazy and that he has a certain tendency to be accident prone How will the war affect him and vice versa The realities of trench war at the front provide a contrasting backdrop for his adventures as he blunders into contact with all sorts of pe. This was an unexpected gem that I found by accident Right off the bat I ll wager this is as good as any Wodehouse you ll find he praised it highly and its p

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Ople both fictional and historical the King Lester Pearson and Winston Churchill Three Cheers For Me was first published in 1962 to wide critical acclaim This expanded version first appeared in 1973 to launch the series now known as The Bandy Pape. This is a re issue of an old series from the seventies but I loved this tale of teetotal Bartholomew Bandy prone to calamity but devout and stalwart He mana

  • Paperback
  • 336
  • Three Cheers for Me The Journals of Bartholomew Bandy RFC
  • Donald Jack
  • English
  • 14 May 2017
  • 9780771043802

About the Author: Donald Jack

Novelist playwright and scriptwriter Best known for his Bandy Papers novels about WWI ace Bartholomew Bandy which won Jack the Leacock award three times for volumes of the series Also penned the first modern play performed at the Stratford Festival of Canada and wrote numerous scripts for television and radio



10 thoughts on “Three Cheers for Me The Journals of Bartholomew Bandy RFC

  1. says:

    Undeservedly obscure this book kicks off the series of novels that follow Bartholomew Bandy and his military exploits from WWI through WWII The stolid and cheerful Bandy son of a rural Canadian pastor finds himself shipped off to Europe to serve in the infantry armed with much advice about protecting his feet

  2. says:

    That was a fun little rompJack delivers some great anecdotes filled with dead pan humour This collection chronicles the adventures of Bart Bandy the son of a philandering preacher stationed in Britain during WWI Many of the situations Bandy finds himself are literally laugh out loud funny The only major drawback

  3. says:

    For fans of Flashman Biggles and Inspector Clouseau or maybe even Inspector GadgetBart Bandy is the anti hero who comes up trumps I k

  4. says:

    uirky laugh out loud exploits of one of the most endearing bumbling characters I have ever come across in a book He is Mr Bean all three of the Stooges and Red Skelton rolled into one He is also Canadian Great Read

  5. says:

    I cannot believe that I have not reviewed this favourite until now I had collected a few words about the longer se

  6. says:

    This was an unexpected gem that I found by accident Right off the bat I'll wager this is as good as any Wodehouse you'll find he praised it highly and its protagonist made me smile the way Bertie Wooster does Young Bart Bandy of Beamington Ontario tells his tale of joining the Royal Flying Corps in WWI and finding out all kinds of things about himself Without spoiling anything you'll laugh out loud at the bathtub and several ot

  7. says:

    This is a re issue of an old series from the seventies but I loved this tale of teetotal Bartholomew Bandy prone to calamity but devout and stalwart He manages to find danger wherever he goes but his adventures grip and amuse in eual measure

  8. 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 mu

  9. says:

    An interesting discovery Bandy is an innocent abroad who isn’t actually that innocent Fun reading a whole series to look forward to P G Woodhouse meets Evelyn Waugh sort of

  10. says:

    One of my favourite authors of all time I find it impossible to read this book without inelegant snorting chuckling guffawing and other inelegant noises of appreciation Highly recommended

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