Further Foolishness


Read by TriciaG

(3.8 stars; 8 reviews)

Seventeen goofy stories and essays by Canadian humourist Stephen Leacock. "Professor Leacock has made more people laugh with the written word than any other living author. One may say he is one of the greatest jesters, the greatest humorist of the age." – A. P. Herbert (Introduction by TriciaG & Wikipedia) (5 hr 37 min)

Reviews

ignore that bad review.....it's bookmarks!


(5 stars)

I'm thinking maybe the other reviewer didn't read the description, which tells you it's SILLY. but they are quite silly and I have caught myself LOL many times already. Think Bennett Serf, George Burns, and you've got the idea.


(5 stars)

Completely agree with MommeeMadre, The story's are absolutely hilarious! If you enjoyed this book, it would be wise to listen to the other book of the author, Nonsense Novels. Thanks Trisha G!!

I did not like this book


(1 stars)

The stories were hard to follow and get into. I listened to the first four chapters 2x and it was just too boring for me. Gave up and moved on.