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The Aunt Sally Team by [Merauld, Flick]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 895 KB
  • Print Length: 352 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007X5023A
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 67 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,362 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Aunt Sally Team is a laugh out loud book based on a very original idea. However, though the story certainly has its melodramatic moments and a lot of focus on light hearted relationships, love interest and humour, some of the issues tackled here are deep and not at all frivolous. The characters are well drawn and believable and the descriptions of Oxford and the surrounding countryside make you feel as if you are there.
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What really makes this book is that it has a simplistic story line, a group of people responding to an advert to form a team and participate in a pub team event yet the reality is anything but, these people are so different that ordinarily they wouldn't have met, now they have you really get drawn in to getting to know them. The book manages to cover some pretty deep subjects alcholism, teenage fumblings as they discover and follow their carnal urges, shyness, racial prejudice etc. This book was addictive and I reluctantly put it down when I finished it, thoroughly enjoyable read.
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I enjoyed this very much. It was an absorbing read and I was really rooting for all the characters. It's a clever plot in that there are a number of interlocking stories centred around an Aunt Sally team. I wasn't sure if I liked the multiple points of view at first, but soon got sucked into the various stories. This is a realistic story written without the benefit of rose tinted spectacles, but isn't at all gritty, just honest. There is a lightness of touch and a certain humour running through the novel, but I didn't find it laugh out loud funny because I empathised too much with the characters. (I cringe at "Caught on Camera".) It reminds me of some of the superior Chick Lit by Jill Mansfield, though I would not describe this as Chick Lit because it lacks the tiresome obsession with Chick Lit-alia like shoes and clothes and shopping. All round, a very entertaining story.
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I really enjoyed this book. It is well written and the author goes very in depth with the characters.
A group of people who have mostly never met before, respond to an advert to join an Aunt Sally Team at a local pub. Relationships and friendships are formed, some for the better and some for worse.
Flick Merauld touches on various issues, including alcoholism, teenage love, relationship issues and vengeance.
It was certainly a page turner as I wanted to keep reading to see how everything evolved, especially with Dante and Diana. I also really liked Jason's character who was beautifully written.
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This wa a great read.. It was a simple storyline based on all the characters seeing an advert for an Aunty Sally team and joining up. However the subplots involving characters are intricate and makes this book such a compelling read. Would definitely recommend it.
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By Chris on 24 Jun. 2012
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I have to go along with everyone else. This was a great read with interesting and well-drawn characters in dramatic but believable situations. Powerful descriptions of the problems of alcoholism and the difficulties of inter-racial relationships were particularly engrossing.
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The Aunt Sally Team is an absolute five-star read. The story line revolves around the traditional Oxfordshire game of Aunt Sally. But that's just the surface. Beneath this light crust various deep issues are tackled, issues that our modern society faces, alcoholism, culture clashes, to name just a few. This, together with a rich writing style, lovable characters and a sprinkling of humour makes it an outstanding read. No wonder it has all those five stars.
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This quirky book is much more character driven than about the plot. The characters are brought together by joining the team for a quaint Oxfordshire pub game. A mixture of ages and backgrounds interact together into their own stories, trials and tribulations. Interlinked, almost as a character itself, is the glorious Oxfordshire countryside and town of Oxford. I'd love to read more by this author, I was reminded very much of Maeve Binchey whilst reading The Aunt Sally Team.
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