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Dickinson has a very competent style and if you come across a copy you proba Very interesting read. Tarajayne rated it it was ok Jul 01, This manic-paced, audaciously lusty and zany-literate sex romp is one of the funniest books I’ve ever read; there are so many off-color quotable lines that I was laughing at pretty much every page of this page novel.

I wish I could say it was worth the wait. One wonders what goes through Bruce Dickinsons head. Nanni rated it really liked it Nov 22, Dec 12, Tony Matthews rated it liked it.

I suspect it’s out of print now I found my copy amongst some Children’s adveentures in a local charity shop which is the most ill advised place to place it given it that it is partly a sex romp and loed and bodily fuction is where it derives much of it’s humour!!. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Product details Hardcover Publisher: There is a sequel, but I think I’ll give it another 26 years before seeking it out. I didn’t really find it funny in the laughing out loud sense, but certainly amusing.

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Sorry, Bruce, despite a couple of Maiden references adventurs made me smile, this was a tedious read. It’s juvenile, cartoonish, and referred to upon it’s release by one reviewer as something akin to a “literary handjob.

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The Adventures of Lord Iffy Boatrace by Bruce Dickinson

This tale is a very non politically correct sort of farce. I’ve just found out there’s a sequel: Also too much toilet humour? I remember the Butlers’ invention: In all fairness, British humor has never really been my thing. One cannot take this book seriously and that is the beauty of it. Books by Bruce Dickinson.

Other books in the series. Timbo rated it did not like it Aug 05, If he were in a fiction workshop, he would have been laughed out of the classroom.

The writing is fine, good even, but the story is thin and meandering. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Heck, he even writes the narrative in British colloquialism so if you’re American, you may have no idea what’s going dickison in the pages or so of boatrce fantastically terrible novel.

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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Jan 05, Darcy Gregg rated it liked it. Dickinson has a fast paced style but still manages to introduce satisfactorily a variety of colourful characters, and then bump them off in the same fashion.

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The Adventures of Lord Iffy Boatrace

One of the funniest books that I’ve read. Jun 19, Amy rated it it was ok Shelves: Mark Fergusson rated advetnures really liked it Jul 10, It’s a shame this isn’t better because Bruce I feel like we’re on first name terms since I have all his albums is obviously a talented writer, reminiscent of Spike Milligan in parts, but why he chose to go down this road of Carry On style humour crossed with Wodehouse is a mystery.

It has very unsympathetic female characters and also very unsympathetic male characters. Dickinson has a very competent style and if you come across a copy you probably will not be disappointed. My younger self would have rated this book four stars, so I’ll need to do a reread sometime, to see if my older self agrees; if not, I’ll Whoa