This wonderful book is perfect for lovers of good humor, which excludes itself from rudeness and vulgarity. From the first page it captivates the reader with its simplicity, plainness, which describes the most common everyday situations, which in turn does not make bored.
Throughout the comical adventures of three gentlemen (not counting the dog) on a boat up the Thames, from the face does not come smile and at some moments it is simply impossible to hold back the laughter.
Soft English humor, of course, not the only component of the work. It was originally conceived as a guide to the Thames because it was not without great descriptions of the small English towns that lie along the banks of the river, and historical notes.
It’s really a guide, unusual and fascinating, which the reader learns along with colorful, vivid characters. Numerous philosophical arguments of the author are another reason to quote this book entirely.