The daily diary of a Lord going about his business in a haze of blissful ignorance.
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|Number Of Pages||186 pages|
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Chris The Story Reading Ape
When I read this book, I slipped easily into the world of Lord David and Lady Julia, both of who are forces to be reckoned with.
Lord David for his seemingly 'oblivious to everything and everyone' way of making his journey through life (but laced with occasional profound insights to his surroundings and its inhabitants).
Lady Julia for her astuteness when dealing with Lord David and her arch rival, the Lady Mayoress.
Any husband and Father of daughters will relate to the 'Family Credit Card Carrier
After the dystopian related reading of late this book was a very welcome diversion back to good old blighty. A lot of the books I read rely on violence, bad language and sex to entertain … Ok so there’s nothing wrong with that, but humour is another sure-fire winner.
My Barsetshire Diary is a fabulous depiction of his life as a Lord in the modern age. As the title suggests, it’s written as a diary in the first person with each day telling us a charming story of his family life. I thought this was
"My Barsetshire Diary (The Barsetshire Diaries Book 1)" by Lord David Prosser is a wonderful excursion into the (fictitious) world of Lord David and Lady Julia live a modern day life with their recently inherited title as Lord and Lady. Traditions, British class system and formality meet shopping trips, exercise machines and mundane tasks and issues.
The book is full of situational comedy, irony and great wit and most amusing characters. Told in diary style, small snippets and events illuminate t
Having followed Lord David Prosser's blog for a while now, I really enjoyed reading this gentle amble through his life; meeting his village neighbours and antagonists, and identifying with the lovely Lady Ju. I particularly love the fact that David generously opens his wallet, whenever his wife or daughter take a fancy for some retail therapy, (with regular coffee breaks and lunch, of course!) The anecdotal style is easy on the brain cell and holds no dramatic shocks or surprises ~ a great read