Putting on the Ritz

Putting on the Ritz Putting on the Ritz

  • Title: Putting on the Ritz
  • Author: Joe Keenan
  • ISBN: 9780140149890
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
  • Putting on the Ritz

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    1. a singalong Puttin' on the Ritz! as sung by the feverishly arch 80s chanteur known only as Taco. the immortal Taco!"If you're gay and you don't know where to stay,toss off that leash, go with the nouveau riche, Puttin' on the Ritz. New York types who run the world, sell the world,soulless too, the perfect twits, Puttin' on the Ritz. Dressed up like a million dollar trooper Trying hard to look like Gary Cooper (super duper) Come let's mix where trophy wives walk with sticks tiny dogs clutched in [...]


    2. Putting on the Ritz is not the period piece I was expecting, in spite of the references to Wilde, Wodehouse, and Coward on the cover. I understand the references to those giants of comedic chaos replete with send-ups of high society and pseudo-elegance; there are similarities of style (at least through the first three quarters of the book and the last sixth of the book). In particular, author Joe Keenan is a master of the snarky simile and unexpected bon mot. Yet, although the book does not take [...]


    3. Absolutely adored Blue Heaven and just learned that there are two sequels. Hooray! Of course, I can't get that damn Taco song out of my head now.


    4. This is a sequel – of sorts – to Keenan's first book, Blue Heaven. I say of sorts there because the books are really stand alone. Read them in any order and you won't be out of the loop.It's not as witty as Blue Heaven. The plot centres around a socialite who wants to re-launch her career and her billionaire husband and his business rival. There are subplots on subplots and everything twists and turns.One of the problems with the novel is the amount of reported speech in place of dialogue. R [...]


    5. Joe Keenan is laugh-out-loud funny and a worthy successor to P. G. Wodehouse, with Philip and Gilbert as today's Bertie Wooster and Claire, of the mighty brain, as Jeeves - the wonder woman who comes up with the brilliant solution to a seemingly insoluble problem. The final scene at the church is a clever mirror of the wedding scene at the end of Wodehouse's "Ukridge's Accident Syndicate".Just to give you an idea of Keenan's Wodehousian facility with the English language, here is a sample: his d [...]


    6. One of the funniest things I've ever read! A laugh-out-loud novel with all the wit of Wilde, Wodehouse and Coward, by the writer of "Frasier".


    7. Reading this ten years after I first picked it up, I'm in awe of Keenan's ability to handle witty dialogue, insinuation and innuendo, and deft plot twists. As wordly as I thought I was in my twenties, I'm guessing there was a good amount I missed, and hopefully when I read this again in my forties, I'll feel the same. You want an example? (view spoiler)[Desperate for a reason to explain why he's where he shouldn't be, Philip tells a cabin boy on a yacht that he has been "invited for a drink" wit [...]


    8. I found this book in one of my school's common rooms and was drawn to it as its title corresponded with the name of the song my schoolmates and I had recently used for the opening of a devised musical we wrote. Anyway, I read it with gusto! It's eloquently written (albeit a bit crowded with metaphors and analogies), and it brought me to giggles quite a few times. The story honestly reads a bit like a part of a series rather than a standalone book, but that's not really a problem. Being a musical [...]


    9. Very, very funny. Two songwriters/producers down on their professional luck, accept a gig writing music for and coaching the performance of a vainglorious yet terribly insecure wife of a NYC real estate billionaire, culminating in a glamorous debut at a private New York club.A witty skewering of the rich and famous.


    10. This second installment starring the Phillip/Gilbert/Claire trio which began in Blue Heaven is as humorous as cotton candy is sweet. All the references in other reviews to Wodehouse makes me think I need to read (re-read?) something by him.


    11. I enjoyed the first part of this book, about the first one third. I could see the similarity to Wodehouse and was enjoying the story, even recommending the book to others. Then it went downhill, and kept going in that direction. This was disappointing, because I felt Keenan has the skill the art was there then he lost it. He also seemed to push some points too much.


    12. More Philip, Gilbert and Claire debaucles. I love these characters. I honestly don't think you could write a dull story where they were involved. If you liked the first one, you will like this one as well.


    13. A wonderful second part of the hilarious and camp adventures of Gilbert and Phillip, this time as they get roped into a battle between two feuding millionaires. Really enjoyed this - it's a modern take on PG Wodehouse and so wonderfully done.


    14. Intended this book for one of the participants in the Top 3 wishlist RABCK. It was already sent to him by another BC-member, so I am now sending it to another BC'er who has it on his wishlist AND who has granted a wish from me some time ago too.





    15. Like seeing a very well done farce in a packed theater. Insanely over the top, but never appears to strain for a joke. Hilarious. Joe Keenan deserves to be at least 3/4 as famous as David Sedaris.




    16. This book is really funny-- with a female Jeeves character no less. The Wodehouse-humor is handled perfectly. A gay comic classic.


    17. I really enjoyed this book, there are many humorous sections and it came together better than I thought it would at the end.




    18. I just loved this series by Joe Keenan. Light, witty, like a 30's screwball comedy. Poor, poor Phillip Gilbert is always getting him in trouble.





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