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Jules Eden Ù 9 Review

Lume provides 50 painstakingly researched witty reasons to hate the French From an examination at arms l. I registered a book at BookCrossingcom received the e book edition through the Early Reviewer giveaway at LibraryThing some 11 months ago but only got around to reading it while in hospital last month so this review is somewhat lateAn interesting and humourous read although it could have done with some better editorial inputproofreading in places I notice that some other reviewers have been fairly scathing especially those that insinuate it s some plot against the French people but if you take any country in the world you could come up with a similar list of reasons to hate them It s just that in this case these sometimes stereotyped reasons are ones that seem to hit home easily when thinking of France I don t think they are presented in any sort of a hurtful manner but rather with the rather tongue in cheek easy teasing of one friend to another I will admit that some of them Serge Gainsbourg or Reason Trois for instance I have never heard of before but the way that Jules Eden and Alex Clarke write made each of the Cinuante chapters fascinating and I even laughed out loud a couple of times I wouldn t want to be either of the authors presenting themselves at customs to gain entry to France for further research though All Night Long (Nannies, provides 50 The Freeze-Frame Revolution places I notice that some other reviewers have been fairly scathing especially those that insinuate it s some The New-York Review, and Atheneum Magazine, Vol. 2 plot against the French His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch presented in any sort of a hurtful manner but rather with the rather tongue in cheek easy teasing of one friend to another I will admit that some of them Serge Gainsbourg or Reason Trois for instance I have never heard of before but the way that Jules Eden and Alex Clarke write made each of the Cinuante chapters fascinating and I even laughed out loud a couple of times I wouldn t want to be either of the authors The Doctors Dating Bargain presenting themselves at customs to gain entry to France for further research though

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Ength of their personal hygiene and most pungent cheeses to close up portraits like De Gaulle and Napole. I wanted to love this book because I do hate the French it was entertaining satirical and had interesting and informative historical observations but had weird cooped format that made it difficult to really enjoy Icebergs personal hygiene and most The Line pungent cheeses to close up Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy portraits like De Gaulle and Napole. I wanted to love this book because I do hate the French it was entertaining satirical and had interesting and informative historical observations but had weird cooped format that made it difficult to really enjoy

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Sitting in the middle of a triangle of serious comment wry cultural miscellanea and cheery abuse this vo. This must be the first and only book I haven t managed to finish it was so bad I was expecting some humour and the occasional jab but what was presented in this book was just ridiculous Apart from the many mistakes no editing done it was just not an enjoyable read But what really convinced me to stop reading was first the claim that WWII was France s fault and then the insinuation that Louis XIII turned into a flamboyant gay because his mother gave him medicine in the form of suppositories That s not humour that s just bad writing


10 thoughts on “50 Reasons to Hate the French

  1. says:

    Maybe it's because I'm French but I found that most of his reasons do not apply to the whole population If you want to use those reasons just call it 50 reasons to hate Paris or something We are not all like the people in Paris And some of his reasons are downright stupid Hate the French because of Serge Gainsbo

  2. says:

    This must be the first and only book I haven't managed to finish it was so bad I was expecting some humour and the occasional jab but what was presented in this book was just ridiculous Apart from the many mistak

  3. says:

    Some excellent historical information Mean Spirited

  4. says:

    I registered a book at BookCrossingcom received the e book edition through the Early Reviewer giveaway at LibraryThing some 11 months ago but only got around to reading it while in hospital last month so this review is somewhat lateAn interes

  5. says:

    As an American I may not be the target audience for this book The long standing rivalry between the French and English seems to serve as a necessary backdrop for this bookMostly the book is a catalog of facts about France and the Fren

  6. says:

    First let me say read this book with a grain of salt; if you are offended easily you may as well stay away from it altogether That being said it is humorous and even informative in some sections Second some of the reasons listed in the work may resonate with a British audience Also although most of the events

  7. says:

    I received a copy of this book via the LibraryThing Early Reviewers Program in exchange for a review I have not been able to finish the book getting half way through and giving it a final rest I am likely will not pick it up againAlthough it might hold entertainment value for European readers this is not the type of book that I would gravitate towards I was hoping that it might contain some funny parts to whic

  8. says:

    Read this thinking it would be a light no brainer holiday read and was pleasantly surprised I found the layout of the book with it s

  9. says:

    I wanted to love this book because I do hate the French it was entertaining satirical and had interesting and informative historical observations but had weird cooped format that made it difficult to really enjoy

  10. says:

    I can't give it five stars because well it's still a book about the French I learned a lot about French politics and history while laughing my head off

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