These books are little delights. This one follows Portuguese Irregular Verbs. Professor von Igelfeld’s mishaps and calamities (all self-inflicted) make for very funny reading (or listening, as I did). He manages to get himself mistaken for a veterinarian (and thus must perform emergency dachshund surgery), entangled in the schisms of the Orthodox Church (complete with smuggled relics), and mobbed by German widows of a certain age who believe he is looking for a wife. It's all just sillier and sillier.
(Book 31, 2006)