THE READER OF THIS REVIEW, if this should meet the eye of, he will hear of SOMETHING TO HIS ADVANTAGE on the next paragraph
Hilarious mayhem, too bad the ending was somewhat rushed and surely wasn't up to the prevailing jocularity which characterized the remainder of the story.
Preferred character: Michael Finsbury
Best chapter: CHAPTER VII. In Which William Dent Pitman takes Legal Advice
'It seems very wild,' said Pitman. 'And what will become of the poor young gentleman whom you know by sight?'
'It will do him good,'—said Michael cheerily. 'Just what he wants to steady him.'
'But, my dear sir, he might be involved in a charge of—a charge of murder,' gulped the artist.
'Well, he'll be just where we are,' returned the lawyer. 'He's innocent, you see. What hangs people, my dear Pitman, is the unfortunate circumstance of guilt.'
ps: I heartily suggest you to follow this book with the reading of the famous classic of all times "who put back the clock?" whose main character Robert Skill, had probably been—in his own century—more widely renowned than Harry Potter himself.
audiobook at: http://librivox.org/the-wrong-box-by-robert-louis-stevenson-and-lloyd-osbourne/...Continua