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British As A Second Language

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‘In laugh-out-loud style, this is Britain seen through an alien's eyes, and the beggar of it is that even a born-and-bred Brit can see he's got things spot on.’ - The Good Book Guide

‘A fantastically funny account of Britain and her foibles.’ - Wanderlust

‘Wit as sharp as a Samurai sword [and a] gift for translating humour to the page.’ - TNT magazine

‘An excellent satire on British life... captures the life and times of a nation with hilarious succinctness... All this would be offensive to our British pride were it not so damned hilarious and so inarguably spot on.’ - The Big Issue

‘Sometimes it takes a stranger to paint a convincing picture of where and how we live... A witty account of [the author's] brushes with bohemian and eccentric England.’ - my local paper, The Brighton Argus, God love 'em

British As A Second Language is published by Ebury Press, a division of Random House.

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