Downtrodden Abbey: The Interminable Saga of an

Downtrodden Abbey: The Interminable Saga of an Insufferable Family ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☉ Downtrodden Abbey: The Interminable Saga of an Insufferable Family Author Gillian Fetlocks – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Welcome to Downtrodden Abbey, where a battle for the deed to the property is waged between legitimate aristocrats and literal pretenders to the throne The Crawfish family Marry, Supple, Enid, Lady Flo Welcome The Interminable Saga of MOBI :Ê to The Interminable ePUB ☆ Downtrodden Abbey, where a battle for the deed to the property is waged between legitimate aristocrats and literal pretenders to the throne The Crawfish family Marry, Supple, Enid, Lady Flora, and Lord Roderick are content wiling their days away with naughty charades and twenty two course dinners until the sinking of the Gigantic Downtrodden Abbey: MOBI :Ê takes down the next in line to inherit Downtrodden Soon, cousin Isabich and her son, Atchew, the rightful heir to the Abbey, arrive to claim what s theirs Downstairs, the servants are running amok, as crippled weakling Brace is aggressively courted by teen hottie Nana, and lady s maid Potatoes O Grotten and her flamboyant sidekick, Abbey: The Interminable Epub Þ Tomaine, cause trouble at every turn The ensuing, insufferably overwrought melodrama takes the reader upstairs and downstairs, into parlours and drawing rooms, boudoirs and bathrooms, and across every class from the classiest to the classless in the social pecking order of Edwardian England Uproariously funny, with a wicked sense of humor that Downton Abbey diehards will enjoy, Gillians Fetlocks skewers your favorite characters with panache in this winning parody.


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10 thoughts on “Downtrodden Abbey: The Interminable Saga of an Insufferable Family

  1. Kellie Kellie says:

    Normally I don t like parodies that are making fun of things I genuinely like, but while I did enjoy Downton Abbey, I also recognized it as ridiculous enough to easily invite parodies So I liked this book well enough.I think it was a little too short, though Season three is about half the length of seasons one and two, and a lot of plot points were mentioned once as a joke, and then abruptly dropped For example, Lady Grandsun aka Lady Grantham gets pregnant, like she does in the show, but Normally I don t like parodies that are making fun of things I genuinely like, but while I did enjoy Downton Abbey, I also recognized it as ridiculous enough to easily invite parodies So I liked this book well enough.I think it was a little too short, though Season three is about half the length of seasons one and two, and a lot of plot points were mentioned once as a joke, and then abruptly dropped For example, Lady Grandsun aka Lady Grantham gets pregnant, like she does in the show, but she never has the accident that causes the miscarriage probably too dark to make fun of , yet the pregnancy baby is never mentioned again I obviously can t criticize plot development too much because, again, this is a parody, but too many threads were left hanging Comedy is no excuse for lazy writing.Still, this was good for a laugh in these stressful times, and I enjoyed the illustrations, as well as the little bits of bonus content, like the list of anachronisms at the end Very entertaining


  2. Annie Annie says:

    I have completed my A Book You Can Finish In A Day , which was a parody on the popular television series Downton Abbey Frankly, it is quite an enjoyable, easy read that pokes a bit of fun on some well loved characters There were many times where the plot seemed so absurd, it was hilarious and it s a good book to read in quick time whilst cracking a smile on one s face.2 books down, 48to go.


  3. Sallee Sallee says:

    As a lover of Downton Abbey, this caught my eye I had to read it Silly, stupid yet amusing, it was a super quick read.


  4. Bookworm Bookworm says:

    Should have looked at the ratings Bought this on a whim as a bargain book Had seen this around but parodies are always tough and initially skipped over it until I found itreadily available from Book Outlet Of course, I also needed a small amount to get myself over to free shipping but unfortunately this wasn t worth it Depending on your sense of humor and level of purity, you may find this to be a hilarious parody of the popular TV show and its storylines, characters, etc or you may n Should have looked at the ratings Bought this on a whim as a bargain book Had seen this around but parodies are always tough and initially skipped over it until I found itreadily available from Book Outlet Of course, I also needed a small amount to get myself over to free shipping but unfortunately this wasn t worth it Depending on your sense of humor and level of purity, you may find this to be a hilarious parody of the popular TV show and its storylines, characters, etc or you may not care for it at all I m of the latter camp Unlike other people I didn t really find this readable and had to rely on my knowledge of the show for what was going on in the book Of course this type of book relies on that knowledge but it just seemed like I had to rely too much on the original to remember and get the humor Honestly I thought parodies done on late night talk shows or for charity that cashed in on the show s popularity did it much better Maybe it s because it originated as a visual medium and that s why I found the showseffective than this This was definitely a case where the Goodreads overall rating reflects the book quality quite accurately Would avoid unless you get it at the library Don t really recommend it as a purchase unless you really love the show or really love this type of parody


  5. Hannah Bear Hannah Bear says:

    Ok, honestly, this was hilarious I laughed out loud at half of the book But also, I think I m in a minority here, as there seems to be a lot of hate twords this book This book is clearly for a niche audience I think to properly enjoy this gem, you need to possess a few mandatory traits 1 You must very much enjoy and be familiar with the show Downton Abbey2 You must love puns And I mean love them, not just like them or tolerate them LOVE Them.3 you must have a very warped sense of humo Ok, honestly, this was hilarious I laughed out loud at half of the book But also, I think I m in a minority here, as there seems to be a lot of hate twords this book This book is clearly for a niche audience I think to properly enjoy this gem, you need to possess a few mandatory traits 1 You must very much enjoy and be familiar with the show Downton Abbey2 You must love puns And I mean love them, not just like them or tolerate them LOVE Them.3 you must have a very warped sense of humor and enjoy bottom of the barrel, immature, silly, slap stick jokes 4 You must understand and appreciate satire, and go into this book KNOWING it is a parody This book has some hilarious satirical moments, and jokes that could easily go over some people s head s if you are unfamiliar with the show, how satire works, or the time period in general.5 you must not be easily offended, nor expect this book to be a serious retelling or extension of the show we all love.This book was a fun, fast, and funny read


  6. Nicole Yovanoff Nicole Yovanoff says:

    If I could give it zero stars I would.I am a fan of Downton Abbey and LOVE satire Thought it would be fun to read a book that takes a swipe at the show boy was I wrong It was terrible It was worse than terrible I can only think the reason it got published is because the publishers thought they could make money off it before people realized what garbage the book was.The toilet humour jokes were insufferable and wondered if the author might have just been a 14 year old boy tittering away at If I could give it zero stars I would.I am a fan of Downton Abbey and LOVE satire Thought it would be fun to read a book that takes a swipe at the show boy was I wrong It was terrible It was worse than terrible I can only think the reason it got published is because the publishers thought they could make money off it before people realized what garbage the book was.The toilet humour jokes were insufferable and wondered if the author might have just been a 14 year old boy tittering away at the first pun that came to his mind Wait, that is an insult to 14 year old boys I got this book for 10 cents at a charity book sale, so at least the money went to something important, because unless that is the case, do not buy this book


  7. Mary Sue Mary Sue says:

    If you are a fan of Downton Abbey you will probably enjoy this spoof The names of characters have been changed to make you laugh out loud The plot lines have been twisted and condensed It is a silly read of short duration.


  8. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Had a few truly laugh out loud moments, but quite a few crass ones as well A quite silly read to pass an afternoon.


  9. Joyce A. Wendeln Joyce A. Wendeln says:

    Even If You Didn t Like Downton AbbeyThis is sad at best They tried to squeeze 6 or 7 seasons into one book and did a shoddy job.


  10. Melissa Melissa says:

    It was based on Downton Abbey, and the humor wasslap stick and a play on words It was not my sense of humor.


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