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The Fall And Rise of Reginald Perrin Reginald Perrin is fed up with his boss and sick of selling ices Driven to desperation, Reggie begins his battle against consumerism, driving off in a motorized jelly, and creating the world s biggest loganberry stick on the way He dumps his clothes on a Dorset beach, and starts a new life

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10 thoughts on “The Fall And Rise of Reginald Perrin

  1. says:

    Part 2 in my ongoing series Stuff I Loved as a Kid That Is Still Ace And Reggie Perrin is perhaps even MORE ace, now that I know what it is to be a glassy eyed commuter and cog in the capitalist system It helps, of course, that in my mind s eye all the scenes are re enacted by the incomparable Leonard Rossiter Rest in peace, Lenny Rest in peace.

  2. says:

    Deceptively simple If there s a better depiction of a mid life crisis nervous breakdown, I m unaware of it Funny and poignant, superb cast of characters, and almost documentary in its detailing of middle class middle England in the mid 70 s I didn t get where I am today by not giving this 5 Stars

  3. says:

    I didn t get where I am today by not saying that this book is hilariously funny, but also very poignant in ways which perhaps don t quite come across in the excellent TV series The incestuous affair enjoyed by Reggie s daughter was quite a surprise.

  4. says:

    for being an indifferently proofread large print volume that looks like it was typeset in wordpad don t repeat my mistake avoid the isis edition this was a p wonderful reading experience w o doxxing myself it s safe to say that a protagonist fed up with their absurd job in the cpg industry and constant public transit delays was QUITE relatable content, along w some 1st rate farce nobbs is great at putting disparate personalities toge

  5. says:

    Reginald Perrin is going through something of a mid life crisis Sick of the minutiae of his job at Sunshine Desserts, he is driven to desperate measures, and decides to steal a giant lorry shaped like a jelly, fake his own death, and start a new life This book the first in a series of three tells of Reggie s adventures as he tries to find a meaning to this life.The very first line When Reginald Iolanthe Perrin set out for work on the Thursda

  6. says:

    It is sadder andpoignant than I remember from years ago I can only see Leonard Rossiter who starred in the TV series as Reggie, AKA Coconut Matting his school nickname The funny bits are very funny and I laughed out loud many times, but Reggie s introspection, his fake suicide and ultimate return to his loving and loved wife are beautifully told It was well worth re reading Onwards to Vol 2.

  7. says:

    A somewhat surreal and bizarre book, revolving around theserious issue of a man having a rather caricatured mid life crisis I loved the first sentence, though it went a little downhill thereafter Perhaps worth reading once the occasional humorous moment but not the laugh aloud hilarity I was promised on the blurb.

  8. says:

    It was funny, sad, still fairly fresh despite it being nearly 40 years old now It had a sort of modern life is rubbish theme beneath the main midlife crisis story I wantedof that,digs at the way the world is These were the bits that made me laugh and there were less and less of them as is went along.

  9. says:

    I revisit this every few years and it touches meeach time The TV series is wonderful but the book has a magical melancholy all of its own.The sequels are enormous fun but this first stands above them Cannot recommend it enough Quite superb.

  10. says:

    Reggie Perrin suffers a midlife crisis The humor is wonderful farcical and odd like a 1970s British sitcom The plot lost me in the middle as Reggie plots to run away from his life, but the is genuinely moving and quite hilarious.

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