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Five on Brexit Island (Enid Blyton for Grown Ups) Hardcover – 3 Nov 2016
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Enid Blyton's books are beloved the world over and The Famous Five have been the perennial favourite of her fans. Now, in this new series of Enid Blyton for Grown-Ups, can George, Dick, Anne, Julian and Timmy survive the ultimate test of their friendship, the Brexit referendum?
About the Author
Bruno Vincent is a bestselling author, with a number of humour titles to his name including Do Ants Have Arseholes?which was a Sunday Times bestseller, with 147,000 sales through bookscan in 3 months. The follow-up, Do Bats Have Bollocks?, was also a Sunday Times bestseller.
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If only dreams came true this wee cracker wouldo be top of my wish list.The spirit of the blessed Enid lives on in this one.
Good Christmas idea for dads and older family really funny brought as a present and they really enjoyed it
I was hoping this would cheer me up after you-know-what - but it didn't. This story is just as silly and depressing as the real Brexit is turning out to be: how did they know?
I'd expected funny or at least witty but this is inpenetrable. If there's a metaphor or an allegory there, it escaped me. The first book in ages that I didn't finish.