How To Survive Christmas

  • Title: How To Survive Christmas
  • Author: Jilly Cooper
  • ISBN: 9780593044049
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About Jilly Cooper


    1. Jilly Cooper, OBE born February 21, 1937 is an English author She started her career as a journalist and wrote numerous works of non fiction before writing several romance novels, the first of which appeared in 1975 She is most famous for writing the six blockbuster novels the Rutshire Chronicles.


    342 Comments


    1. An amusing look at the problems Christmas with family brings in typical Jilly Cooper style all boarding schools, parties, hunts char ladies Published originally in 1986 this edition is supposed to have been up dated but despite being revised in 1992 a hardback issued in 1998 it still seems dated video recorders being the latest thing.oh not being very PC on occasions.That said it s still a fun read that will make you smirk on the odd occasion despite it being in a different class to my family Ch [...]

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    2. This had some really funny bits in it, but there were a lot of things I think you had to be British to get But it was still a fun, light read and just what I needed this time of year Now, who can explain to me what an Aga is

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    3. Incredibly amusing look at Christmas A little dated and upper middle class but hilariously funny and I think however we spend Christmas and whatever our feelings about it we can all find things to make us laugh, nod in agreement at and empathise with in this book

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    4. This book was written in 1986 so is quite dated, but I still enjoyed it.

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