Few books are as well-plotted as this, with no plot issues, and the author paces everything really well so it never gets laborious and everything has the amount of time it needs. The humour is great, and all original. I liked the characters and the story drew me along nicely.
Preferred the first - Sir Humphrey's Last Stand - over this one, I guess as I found this one a little harder to get into than the first (it took a couple of days to read). Satire is not an easy mistress and sometimes writers, like musicians suffer from DSAS (Difficult Second Album Syndrome) - which I think may be slightly applicable here. That is not to say that this is not humorous nor enjoyable in any way - It is a perfectly good outing. I read this as a kindle version, so I might give it another go in a more tangible format.