The Very Bloody History Of Britain, 2: The Last Bit!

  • Title: The Very Bloody History Of Britain, 2: The Last Bit!
  • Author: John Farman
  • ISBN: 9780099417781
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Very Bloody History Of Britain The Last Bit John Farman makes history hysterical in this must have companion volume to the best selling THE VERY BLOODY HISTORY OF BRITAIN THE FIRST BIT It s the wittiest and wackiest chronicle of modern British
    John Farman makes history hysterical in this must have companion volume to the best selling THE VERY BLOODY HISTORY OF BRITAIN THE FIRST BIT It s the wittiest and wackiest chronicle of modern British history you ll find ranging from post war rationing, through the glut of the Thatcher yuppy years to the new millenium.

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    About John Farman


    1. John Farman attended Harrow Art School followed by the Royal College of Art After completing his Masters degree he worked in the advertising industry until his departure to become a full time writer and illustrator He is the author of several children s books, including The Very Bloody History of Britain without the boring bits , The Very Bloody History of London, C.R.A.P A Collection of Rotten Adult Principles and Jesus The Teenage Years He lives in London.


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    1. Really had a hard time with this installment. While the first one was breezy, if probably somewhat suspect, history, this was a really biting commentary on everything he disliked in his own lifetime. He made it very, VERY clear that he was not a fan of the monarchy, and very staunchly Labour Party. Which is fine, but it made me wonder what he DOES like about his country. Everyone from the looks of some random newscaster to the smallest and most insignificant politician got a rude comment. Much o [...]

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    2. Not as good as the first part, but still have some interesting items. It's funny source for recalling events in the years after WW II.

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    3. Boring and overly triteI suppose the author thought he was being "clever", but he wasn't.

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