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The Queen hits the rocks

Advantages: Wonderful concepts
Disadvantages: A bit dated

Synopsis of the book: The Queen awakes the morning after the General Election to discover the Republican Party under Jack Barker have swept to power. One of their first actions is to take all the power and authority away from the Royal family. Now ...

CPTDANIELS 17.01.2013 · Read full review
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Review of The Queen and I - Sue Townsend

Vice Versa

Advantages: Easy style to read, great characters, some very funny moments
Disadvantages: Way over the top

...Hubby has been a fan of Sue Townsend's many books for just as many years now, but I only began reading them a while ago. Having thoroughly enjoyed reading Hubby's 'Queen Camilla' last year the thoughtful guy bought me 'The Queen and I' this Christmas. Eit ...

grafter123 26.01.2008 · Read full review
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Review of The Queen and I - Sue Townsend

Monarchy living on benefits

Advantages: Excellent Comical Read
Disadvantages: That there was not a sequel

The Queen and I was first published in 1992, unfortunately I did not get around to reading it until I was 20 and in need of non strenuous entertainment as I was heavily pregnant at the time. The Queen and I is work of the legendary Sue Townsend, a wri ...

SexySOS 02.07.2003 · Read full review
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Review of The Queen and I - Sue Townsend

By Royal Appointment

Advantages: SUE TOWNSEND
Disadvantages: Too many Adrian Moleisms!

...is one author guaranteed to make me laugh out loud then it has to be Sue Townsend. She has an uncanny knack of writing books that I enjoy reading so much, that the minute I have finished, I want to start reading it over again! Adrian Mole was ...

excelsior81 31.07.2009 · Read full review
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Review of The Queen and I - Sue Townsend

Brilliant - You must read this book!

Advantages: Funny, emotional, get to see a different side of the royal family
Disadvantages: NONE!!!!!!!!

The Queen and I by Sue Townsend is one of the funniest books i have ever read. It is about revolutionary government who get rid of the monachy. The whole royal family go and live in a hellish council estate. The idea of this book is pure genius. She bring ...

Sophie_Filan 25.08.2000 · Read full review
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Review of The Queen and I - Sue Townsend