The novel itself is fine -- it is the story of a man who was a teenager in WWI and then saw a bit of action in WWII.
This is a period somewhat more recent than the earlier pseudo-biographies.
The conversion to Kindle was not as good as it might have been, although the physical book was a WWII British production, which means physically low grade paper because nothing else was available, no doubt impeding the OCR. But it makes the lack of proof-reading even more obvious than usual. But hence only 4 stars -- for this edition.
A satirical novel of one Englishman, a Mr. Edward Albert Tewler, from cradle to grave.