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The Incredible Umbrella When J Adrian Fill bought the odd looking bumbershoot, he had no idea it would soon whisk him away from his prosaic life as an English literature professor and plant him smack in the middle of a Gilbert and Sullivan cosmos Before long he lands in jail, saves Sherlock Holmes from death, battles Count Dracula, befriends the Frankenstein monster, and fights, of all things, an army of isosceles triangles New Read The Incredible Umbrella [ author ] Marvin Kaye [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. The Incredible Umbrella is a pretty enjoyable book, but only for people who have a working knowledge of Victorian literature and musical theatre Marvin Kaye s vocabulary is also a challenge for the lay reader, even the well experienced reader if the experience has not come from Victorian dictioned works Stylistically, the three sections of the work highlight the separate years during which the work was written one can tell from various elements throughout the sections Kaye took a hiatus and The Incredible Umbrella is a pretty enjoyable book, but only for people who have a working knowledge of Victorian literature and musical theatre Marvin Kaye s vocabulary is also a challenge for the lay reader, even the well experienced reader if the experience has not come from Victorian dictioned works Stylistically, the three sections of the work highlight the separate years during which the work was written one can tell from various elements throughout the sections Kaye took a hiatus and took some time to recapture the pattern of the conflict The first section is certainly the lightest hearted and most enjoyable, especially if one has a background in Gilbert and Sullivan Without it, the reader is totally lost and most likely irritated The second section is ...

  2. I picked this up because it came across my search to read all derivative works of Flatland This isn t really connected to Flatland the way the other books I ve been reading have been but it was fun nonetheless The Flatland references are actually pretty minor Though I didn t realize it until the very end, it was actually a pretty decent Holmes story, capturing the character well though I m really no expert and using some obscure references in a very creative way I also enjoyed the other re I picked this up because it came across my search to read all derivative works of Flatland This isn t really connected to Flatland the way the other books I ve been reading have been but it was fun nonetheless The Flatland references are actually pretty minor Though I didn t realize it until...

  3. I picked this off the shelf at work and it looked interestinglittle did I know What a great little book This may appeal to adult readers who enjoy Harry Potter and the like The main character goes through time and space with his very special umbrella He encounters Gilbert Sullivan worlds, an alternative universe with a variation on Sherlock Holmes This book was just too much fun the author had fun with lit...

  4. J Adrian Fill, a mediocre academician, finds an umbrella which can transport him into any world which he imagines being an English professor, it whisks him through various worlds Gilbert and Sullivan s operettas in rapid succession, Dracula, Frankenstein, an unfinished fragment of a Sherlock Holmes world in which the central characters are one Sherrinford and Ormsby, the Arabian nights and Flatland This is on the juvenile end of novels intended for adults the Arabian Nights sequence fea J Adrian Fill, a mediocre academician, finds an umbrella which can transport him into any world which he imagines...

  5. This is probably one of the top ten most fun to read books I ve stumbled across Its cleverness knows no bounds, and it will be a joy to read if you happen to have the same love of literary parodies I do I use the word...

  6. What a good romp It makes me want to go watch all the Gilbert and Sullivan operettas The puns were great The genie with the white brown hair It took a little bit to adjust to the style of writing, but I loved the vocabulary No one uses the language that way any James Patterson...

  7. I generally like books where characters hop into other books, but this one left me a smidgeon chilly The writing style is a bit Victorian for my taste odd, since I generally love reading Victorian novels , but there it ...

  8. If you re looking for a fun fantasy novel that contains the worlds of Gilbert and Sullivan, Sherlock Holmes, the Arabian Nights, The Beggar s Opera, with cameo appearances by Pickwick and Dracula, then this is it Especially when these worlds intersect.